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Meet our Change for Charity Partner, Per Scholas

Per Scholas is the July/August Change for Charity partner. The organization provides skills training and access to employer networks. Its mission is to advance economic equity through no-cost, rigorous training for tech careers, and to connect skilled talent to leading businesses. This year, the Columbus location will welcome 9 cohorts made up of 20-25 learners

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Support Local Love on 614 Day

It’s a date that happens every year – June 14 – and it just so happens to sync up with the Central Ohio area code, 614. Our community is full of incredible locally-owned and founded businesses and we are lucky to have so many with Easton locations. These brands offer unique experiences, merchandise, and tastes,

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Enjoy Art at Easton

Our “Art Evolution” is an artistic experience that showcases Columbus’ diverse artistic community through murals, architectural installations, open spaces, and captivating digital elements.

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Celebrate Earth Day

Each year on April 22, Earth Day is observed to celebrate the anniversary of the modern environmental movement.  Created in 1970, the movement enacted policy and agencies to help protect and preserve the earth, its resources, and its inhabitants. Everything from the Clean Air Act, to the Environmental Protection Agency, to the Clean Water Act

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Easton Environmental: Think Green. Love Green. Bee Green.

For over 20 years, we’ve taken steps at Easton to preserve and protect Earth’s natural resources and services. With these small steps, we’re doing our part to steward a healthy, sustainable environment, benefitting the Central Ohio Area and beyond. THINK GREEN. Over the past few decades, the role of corporations, governments, and companies in protecting

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The Central Park Fountain at Easton during evening hours.

Change for Charity: YWCA Columbus

March is Women’s History Month – 31 days dedicated to highlighting the contributions of women to historical events and contemporary society. At Easton, we celebrate our March and April Change for Charity beneficiary, YWCA Columbus – an important organization dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Through

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Change for Charity: Greater Columbus Arts Council

A new year brings six new Change for Charity partners. Our January and February beneficiary is the Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC). Since 1973 – when GCAC was officially incorporated as a private nonprofit – the organization has worked to grow, support, and promote a rich arts community in Central Ohio, providing millions of dollars in

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Stay Safe at Easton This Winter

Wintertime at Easton is truly magical. As an open-air center, you can experience over 2 million twinkling lights, the charming décor sprinkled throughout the property, enchanting carriage rides, heated patios, and more! And while we want to make your experience as enjoyable as possible, our number one priority is keeping you safe. We’ve taken extra precautions, implemented rigorous safety policies including

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Change for Charity: LSS CHOICES for Victims of Domestic Violence

Each year, the Easton Community Foundation designates six Central Ohio nonprofit organizations as part of its Change for Charity program. For two months at a time, each organization receives proceeds from the parking meters and parking tickets at Easton. Change for Charity recipients also benefit from on-property marketing opportunities, like signage and LED screen exposure,

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Support Easton’s Change for Charity Partner, “A Kid Again.”

Every year, the Easton Community Foundation chooses six local nonprofit organizations to support as part of our Change for Charity initiative. Our Change for Charity partner in January and February is A Kid Again, a non-profit organization dedicated to making memories for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families, by providing opportunities for the entire family to go out on

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