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If you want to make a difference with your philanthropic dollars, we’re standing by to help you make informed decisions about charitable giving for the greatest impact.
The Dublin Community Foundation keeps watch on the needs of our local and expanding community. It is through our pulse on economic, health, child development, wellness, and educational needs that we grant charitable organizations funding through two yearly cycles. The Foundation main fund also brings to the forefront capital campaign measures to strengthen our Dublin neighbors through unique and desired initiatives.
Nick Rozanski Memorial Fund benefits students and families in the Dublin community through scholarships and other charitable foundations. Visit the Nick Rozanski Memorial Fund to learn more about the mission and goals.
It was shortly after his death that the Nick Rozanski Memorial Foundation was founded with the mission to support the local Dublin and Veteran communities. We were very appreciative that The Dublin Community Foundation stepped forward to help us. The Dublin Community Foundation has been instrumental by providing us with support and guidance. We are very grateful to have this partnership and we look forward to continuing to work together as the Nick Rozanski Memorial Foundation grows.”
– Jenny Rozanski
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The Dublin Irish Festival honors the dedication of its youth volunteers by investing in their futures with scholarships. The Festival awards two non-renewable $2,500 scholarships to graduating high school senior volunteers who have demonstrated a commitment to the Festival through volunteerism and service. Candidates must be graduating high school seniors from Ohio. For more information contact Christine Nardecchia, Volunteer Services Coordinator, City of Dublin.
The Dublin First Responders/Field of Honor Fund was established on the tenth anniversary of September 11, 2001 to commemorate each life lost on the fateful day that changed our communities, our nation and world. The City of Dublin, Dublin City Schools and Washington Township led the effort joined by hundreds of community volunteers who posted 3,000 full-sized U.S. flags onto one field, where vigil was held for 72 consecutive hours to honor the fallen and the heroes who responded. Residents purchased flags in honor of a loved one. After their flag was flown for the commemoration, each flag was ceremoniously taken from the field and given to those families in tribute.
The Fund has been initiated to provide funding for first responders and support to first response training, safety and collaborative efforts in the Dublin community.
Since its inception in 2014, Strides for Sobriety in Dublin, Ohio has worked to provide support for teenagers who find themselves in adverse situations because of drugs and/or alcohol. The program began as an observation that the population of young people who were becoming victims was growing, but they were not offered adequate recovery opportunities due to the cost of treatment.
Please mail checks to P.O. Box 709, Dublin, OH 43017. Checks should be made payable to The Dublin Community Foundation, noting the fund you would like to contribute to with the donation.
Your philanthropic passion is connected to projects and opportunities that matter in our community. We know Dublin – and in partnership with The Columbus Foundation, we are experts in local giving. Whether through our specified grant categories or a unique initiative that you bring to our attention, your fund allows you to stay involved in our gift for years to come.