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Change for Charity

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Our Change for Charity Program designates a new organization every two months to receive a portion of the meter proceeds and ticket revenues generated at Easton. We have donated more than $2,100,000 to 85 youth- and family-focused organizations through the Change for Charity Meter Program. To check out our list of past recipients click here. Groups interested in consideration for our 2024 Change for Charity Program should click here and fill out the online form.

Submissions for 2023 Change for Charity are now closed. The deadline for 2024 applications is August 1, 2023.

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Easton is pleased to partner with the following Change for Charity recipients in 2023:

Change for Charity Partners through 2023. Updated on 12/20/2022.

The following includes all past Easton Community Foundation Change for Charity partners:

  1. A Special Wish Foundation
  2. A Kid Again
  3. After-School All-Stars Ohio
  4. Alvis
  5. American Red Cross, Central Ohio Chapter
  6. Amethyst, Inc.
  7. ArtSafe
  8. Besa
  9. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio
  10. Boys & Girls Clubs of Columbus
  11. Buckeye Ranch Foundation
  12. BuckeyeThon
  13. Canine Companions for Independence
  14. Capital Area Humane Society
  15. CASA of Franklin County
  16. Center for Balanced Living
  17. Center for Family Safety & Healing
  18. Center for Healthy Families, The Black Girls and Young Women’s Collective
  19. Center for New Directions & New Directions Career Center
  20. Central Community House
  21. Charity Newsies, Ohio Newsboys Association, Inc.
  22. Childhood League Center
  23. Children’s Hunger Alliance
  24. City Year Columbus
  25. Columbus Cancer Clinic
  26. Columbus Literacy Council
  27. Columbus Metropolitan Library
  28. Columbus Urban Education Fund of the Columbus Foundation
  29. Columbus Urban League
  30. Community Kitchen, Inc.
  31. Community for New Direction
  32. Communities in Schools
  33. Community Shelter Board
  34. Cornerstone of Hope
  35. COSI Columbus
  36. Directions for Youth & Families
  37. Dress for Success Columbus
  38. Flying Horse Farms
  39. Franklin Park Conservatory
  40. Freedom a la Cart
  41. Friends of the Conservatory
  42. Furniture Bank of Central Ohio
  43. Gladden Community House
  44. Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland
  45. Godman Guild Association
  46. Goodwill Columbus
  47. Grange Insurance Audubon Center
  48. Greater Columbus Arts Council
  49. Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio
  50. HandsOn Central Ohio
  51. Harmony Project
  52. Homeless Families Foundation
  53. Homeport
  54. Hope Street Kids
  55. Huckleberry House
  56. I Know I Can
  57. James Cancer Hospital
  58. Jewish Family Services
  59. Junior Achievement of Central Ohio
  60. Kaleidoscope Youth Center, Inc.
  61. Kids ‘n Kamp
  62. KIPP Journey Academy/KIPP Columbus
  63. King Arts Complex
  64. LifeCare Alliance
  65. Local Matters
  66. Lutheran Social Services
  67. LSS CHOICES
  68. MAP Furniture Bank
  69. Maria Tiberi Foundation
  70. Mid-Ohio Foodbank
  71. Move to PROSPER
  72. Per Scholas
  73. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio
  74. Rosemont Center
  75. ROX – Ruling Our eXperiences Inc.
  76. Salesian Boys & Girls Club of Columbus
  77. Salvation Army
  78. Southside Settlement House
  79. St. Stephen’s Community House
  80. St. Vincent Family Centers
  81. STAR House for Homeless Youth
  82. Strategies Against Violence Everywhere
  83. The YMCA of Central Ohio
  84. The YWCA of Central Ohio
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An infographic stating Easton has selected 6 organization each year to award funding to. 85 youth and family organizations have benefited. the 2022 recipients of the Change for Charity program are Buckeyethon, The Center for Healthy Families, The Black Girls and Young Women’s Collective, Move to PROSPER, Columbus Urban League, Communities in Schools and St. Stephen's House.

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