Or visit one of our Franklin County Mentoring Programs
To improve the well-being and quality of life of Asian Americans and Asian immigrant families in Ohio by providing social services and empowering individuals through education, training and leadership.
The Columbus Ohio Chapter of National Black Nurses Association(CBNA) is a non- profit professional organization of registered nurses, licensed practical / vocational nurses, and nursing students who contribute to improving the quality of life of persons who share the African American heritage and other ethnic groups.
Community Refugee & Immigration Services (CRIS) is an independent non-profit organization that serves the refugee and immigrant populations in Central Ohio. We have over 50 staff members from all over the world who speak many different languages. Our wide array of programs and services aim to facilitate sustained self-sufficiency and successful integration for the people we serve.
We provide holistic programs and products that enhance girls and women in the areas of Education, Leadership, Health, and Wellness; by creating and maintaining a safe space in all activity settings where participants can engage in open dialogue, we help them grow.
The Homeless Families Foundation believes in creating a family-centered, hopeful, nurturing environment. Families may participate in year-round education, housing assistance, and supportive services.
The Law and Leadership Institute (LLI) is a non-profit in Ohio that works with high school students from underserved communities to educate them about and prepare them for careers in the legal profession.
The mission of the College and High School Aspiring Mothers Partnership for Success (C.H.A.M.P.S.) Program is to encourage personal and college academic aspiration in Columbus area high school girls and young women who are expecting or currently parenting through mentoring and by providing them with a structured college preparatory experience.
Our mission is to move those adults from hesitation to action in order to get children into the permanent, loving families they need and deserve by creating cohorts of adoptive families within supportive communities.
To be a catalyst for breaking the cycle of generational poverty by providing a comprehensive program of Christian discipleship, public school partnerships, community engagement, and social justice advocacy.
We believe ALL K-12 students should have access to high-quality computer science learning experiences. Computer science is not about learning how to use a computer, or even just programming. Computer science is about deeper learning – computational thinking, problem solving and creativity.