Your donation to Community Shares of Mid Ohio through The Big Give will help us to collaboratively create a more just, caring and healthy community for all.
The Big Give begins Tuesday, September 17 at 11am and ends Wednesday, September 18 at 11am
Credit Card donations of $20 or more made through Power Philanthropy at the Columbus Foundation during the 24-hour giving event will be eligible for $1 million bonus pool funds!
Every dollar that Community Shares receives will allow us to raise $4 for our nearly 60 member charities all doing great work in Columbus and Central Ohio. Imagine all the good work that can been done through the combined amplification of the Columbus Foundation and Community Shares!
1. Anytime between 11am Tues. Sept 17 and 11am Weds. Sept. 18, go to ColumbusFoundation.org
2. Search for Community Shares of Mid Ohio through Power Philanthropy
3. Click the “Give Now” button
4. Make a credit card donation of $20 or more (all major cards accepted); you will receive an email containing your tax receipt.
As a thank you for your generous support of the Columbus and Central Ohio community, four local businesses have partnered with the Columbus Foundation to thank those who give during the Big Give.
Show your tax receipt at:
GATEWAY FILM CENTER AND YOU CAN RECEIVE TWO FREE MOVIE TICKETS!
- Visit www.gatewayfilmcenter.com for details on locations and hours.
- You must redeem your movie tickets on Tuesday, September 17 or Wednesday, September 18.
- Limit two tickets per TBG donor. This offer is non-transferable and subject to availability at owner’s discretion.
HOMAGE AND YOU CAN RECEIVE 25% OFF YOUR NEXT IN STORE PURCHASE AND A SPIRIT OF COLUMBUS PIN!
- Visit www.homage.com for details on locations and hours.
- Homage will honor this offer Tuesday, September 17 through Friday, September 20.
- Limit one discount per TBG donor. This offer is non-transferable and subject to availability at owner’s discretion.
JENI’S SPLENDID ICE CREAMS AND YOU CAN RECEIVE ONE SMALL ICE CREAM!
- Visit www.jenis.com for details on participating Scoop Shop locations and hours.
- You must redeem your ice cream on Tuesday, September 17 or Wednesday, September 18.
- Limit one small ice cream per TBG donor. This offer is non-transferable and subject to availability at owner’s discretion.
PIADA ITALIAN STREET FOOD AND YOU CAN RECEIVE A FREE PEPPERONI, PARMIGIANO REGGIANO, OR ARTICHOKE PIADA STICK!
- Visit www.mypiada.com for details on locations and hours.
- You must redeem your Piada stick on Tuesday, September 17 or Wednesday, September 18.
- Limit one stick per TBG donor. This offer is non-transferable and subject to availability at owner’s discretion.
The workplaces that we partner with are one of the most important components of what we do at Community Shares. These are the people who are inspired by the work that our member nonprofits are doing. Their support of the many nonprofit missions goes a long way in making Central Ohio a better place, and because of that we are extremely excited to create new relationships with them. Capital University is one of the many great workplaces that we have a relationship with and a great example of how we approach our business partnerships.
If you're a Columbus native chances are you already know a lot about Capital University. Located in Bexley, Capital is a private liberal-arts university with undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as a prestigious law school. Capital is the oldest university in Central Ohio and is one of the oldest and largest Lutheran-affiliated universities in North America. Discover why Capital decided to offer our workplace giving campaigns.
What does your business or organization do?
Founded in 1830, Capital University transforms lives through higher education. We are the oldest institution of higher education in Central Ohio and offer undergraduate and graduate programs to approximately 3,600 students a year. We are a comprehensive, independent university grounded in the Lutheran tradition. We prepare students to contribute to the world – through both their professional lives and personal service.
How did you hear about Community Shares?
With so many community connections and commitments already established among Capital employees, alumni and friends, many of us were already familiar with the good done by Community Shares. Our partnership with Community Shares is an extension of our outreach commitment to address the needs of the Central Ohio.
What kind of philanthropic work does your business or organization already do?
Capital University students, alumni, faculty and staff devote countless hours to show they care through activities that make a global impact – whether it's around the corner or around the world. Our students volunteer at soup kitchens, build houses for the homeless, tutor children, clean up parks and organize blood drives. Our faculty and staff lead trips abroad to promote healthcare in Mexico, education in Costa Rica and unity in South Africa. Our alumni volunteer to serve as missionaries, healthcare professionals and educators to help those less fortunate in the United States and around the world. In 2012, Capital partnered with Columbus City Schools, Barack Community Recreation Center, Whole Foods Market and Franklin Park Conservatory to support a community garden and cooking and nutrition program benefitting a local inner city neighborhood.
Why did you decide to offer Community Shares to your employees?
Capital believes in what Community Shares believes in. We believe social responsibility and civic engagement are central to who we are today and who we have been for the last 182 years. Those core values are defining factors of our Lutheran heritage and liberal arts tradition. Our partnership with Community Shares creates an easy and meaningful way for the Capital family to give back to the local community and to play a role in solving persistent issues facing Central Ohio.
How difficult was the entire process?
Community Shares of Mid Ohio makes it very easy to partner with them. The process is already in place and its staff worked with us to create a program specific to the goals of Capital University.
Would you recommend other businesses and organizations offer Community Shares?
Without hesitation! It's a great way to build relationships throughout the community while showcasing the character of your employees.
How large is your business?
Capital University employs approximately 500 faculty and staff and educates approximately 3,600 students in undergraduate and graduate programs at its main campus in Bexley and its Law School in downtown Columbus.
Anything you'd like to say to businesses that are considering having Community Shares available to their employees?
It's a win-win situation for your employees and the Central Ohio community. The staff of Community Shares will help you every step of the way.
What is your favorite thing about your community?
For Capital students, Columbus presents a world of opportunity – both before and after graduation. As the country's 15th largest city, the state capital, the hub of Ohio government and the headquarters of several Fortune 500 companies, Columbus offers innumerable opportunities for hands-on learning through internships, externships, clinical and classroom teaching experiences. It also is an inviting and energizing city in which to live and work after graduation.
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