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The Community Development for All People (CD4AP) Corporation is a faith-based, non-profit community development organization that works to improve the economic, social and spiritual quality of life for residents on the south side of Columbus.

The Neighborhood Design Center (NDC) is a 501(c) 3 organization sustained by collaborations with central Ohio urban communities, colleges and universities. The NDC seeks to increase the quality of life in economically challenged areas by providing design and planning services that advance economic vitality through improvements in the physical environment.

The Economic and Community Development Institute’s (ECDI) mission is to invest in people to create measurable and enduring social and economic change. Since its inception in 2004, ECDI’s services have grown into a comprehensive suite of programming designed to develop the local economy through business and asset development.

Since 1939, Goodwill Columbus has been serving the local community, building independence, quality of life and work opportunities for individuals with disabilities and other barriers. We offer 16 different programs that provide more than 1.2 million hours of service to over 3,500 participants each year.

Community Crime Patrol, Inc. (CCP) is a non-profit, community-based, crime prevention organization that hires, trains and deploys teams of highly-trained citizen patrollers working to increase safety in Columbus neighborhoods.

Asian American Community Services (AACS) is a non-profit and community-based organization that has been serving the diverse and ever-changing needs of the Asian community in Central Ohio since 1976. The mission of AACS is to improve the well-being and quality of life of Asians in Central Ohio through education and training. Current programs and services include: a free Asian health clinic, interpreting services for private and public systems, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages)…

Every day, Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio uplifts people and strengthens communities by providing help and opportunity to those in need. Faith Mission programs shelter the homeless, provide a decent meal, offer medical, dental and vision services, and help men and women in deep poverty to find permanent housing, work and income to regain their independence.

COLUMBUS URBAN LEAGUE is one of the oldest civil rights organizations in Columbus, with continuous services to the Columbus/Franklin County community since 1918. The organization is dedicated to empowering African Americans, people of color, and disadvantaged individuals to obtain economic parity, power, and civil rights.

LifeCare Alliance, a private, not-for-profit organization, provides a comprehensive array of health and nutrition services to older adults, chronically ill, and disabled central Ohioans. Founded in 1898 as the Instructive District Nursing Association (IDNA), LifeCare Alliance was Columbus’ first in-home health care agency and Ohio’s first Visiting Nurse Association.

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