The Reeb Avenue Center was recently featured in the December issue of Columbus CEO magazine as their Non-Profit Spotlight. Board member Tanny Crane, Executive Director Ally Zahler, and Alvis CEO Denise Robinson were all quoted in the article.
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On Valentine’s Day, the Reeb Avenue Center hosted volunteers from Central Ohio-based The Champion Companies. Volunteers distributed 300 Love Kindness cards, including a small envelope containing a daily bus pass, a Roots Café meal ticket, and directions to the Reeb Avenue Center.
Ohio State program offers seniors tuition voucher for community service
Ohio seniors who are enrolled in GIVE back. GO forward complete 100 or more community service hours at one of three area non-profits. They then earn a voucher for three free undergraduate credit hours at Ohio State…
They can choose to support either the Columbus Metropolitan Library, Mid-Ohio Foodbank or St. Stephen’s Community House…
Seniors can use the voucher for themselves or donate it to another Ohio resident.
THE COLUMBUS FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 5 NONPROFITS TO WATCH IN 2017
The Foundation applauds Alvis’ ongoing commitment to provide innovative programming for some of our community’s most vulnerable residents and, most recently, the leadership provided to acquire Amethyst.
The organizations and programs working together in the Reeb Avenue Center are connecting people in the neighborhood with opportunities to improve their lives. South Side Roots plays an important role in this work by helping local residents access nutritious food today, while also providing the knowledge and skills they need to lead healthier lives over the long term.