School Rocks Party Box Gives Books and Resources to Dublin Students

Authored by: Tia Gannon of School Rocks Party Box   A mother of two boys, 8 & 11, I’ve always been an active parent who always attended my children’s classroom parties. As a former event planner, the love for doing this was a perfect fit! My boys loved classroom parties so much that it made me think about the children who… READ MORE

Let Me Run Works to Break the Boy Code

Authored by: Amber Gibbs of Let Me Run Columbus     The “Boy Code.” Have you heard of it? Man up. Boys don’t cry. Don’t be a pansy. Boys hear these messages, and worse, on a daily basis. When the most praised emotions are anger, aggression and pride, the most likely outcomes are illness, addiction, and… READ MORE

‘Tis Better to Give than Receive

Authored By: Jamie Menges Another year nearly in the books! Look around at our community—beautiful holiday light displays, a kinder, gentler version of the everyday hustle and bustle of a growing community in the shadow of the holiday spirit, development everywhere we look, a thriving business community, and city leadership ushering us forward with a… READ MORE

Key Takeaways From The Big Table Conversation

On August 29, The Dublin Community Foundation hosted a Big Table conversation right here in Dublin, Ohio. This conversation was one of many that took place across central Ohio – thousands of people representing different backgrounds, neighborhoods, and interest groups participated in hundreds of conversations to discuss how to create a strong and connected community…. READ MORE

The Dublin Community Foundation Hosts The Big Table

The Dublin Community Foundation is excited to announce we are joining the community-wide effort, The Big Table on behalf of The Columbus Foundation. On August 29, people from across central Ohio will gather for conversations throughout the day. Conversations will happen at breakfast, lunch, dinner and any time in between—whenever a group of dedicated people… READ MORE

TEDx Innovation Drive: Three Coffman Graduates Create Idea-Sharing Event

Started in 2009, TEDx supports independent organizers who want to create events to share ideas in communities worldwide, according to It is the independent, do-it-yourself version of TED, which began in 1984 with conferences covering technology, entertainment and design. TEDx Innovation Drive will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 7,… READ MORE

Dublin Community Foundation Supports Welcome Warehouse

This year, Welcome Warehouse — a nonprofit organization providing support to Dublin and Dublin City School District families who are financially struggling – provided new school supplies, assisted with cost of calculators, and covered ACT and SAT registration fees to about 450 students. Welcome Warehouse received private donations and a $3,000 grant from The Dublin Community… READ MORE

Dublin Community Foundation Celebrates “Wallbreaking” of the Dublin Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library

The Dublin Community Foundation President Michelle Cramer and Board Member Carol Clinton participated in the ceremonial “wallbreaking” of the Dublin Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library on December 6, 2017. “The Dublin community strongly values our library for providing a safe and vibrant place for learning, sharing, promoting literacy and a love of reading,” said… READ MORE

2017 Spring Grants Announced; $14,000 Awarded

The Dublin Community Foundation has awarded spring grants for The Dublin Police, Let Me Run and Welcome Warehouse. The Dublin Police Department was granted $8,500 in support of their canine unit reinstatement in 2017. The Department had a canine program since the 1990s and the last canine retired at the end of 2015. Bringing back… READ MORE