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Round 2 has begun! Use the poll below to vote for the top 5 charities. The grand prizes will be announced when we close our 200th home sale!

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Direction For Youth & Families

Directions for Youth & Families (DFYF) provides mental and behavioral health services to youth and families in central Ohio. DFYF is a resiliency-oriented and trauma-informed agency whose mission is to build and inspire hope, strengthen families and transform communities through education, prevention and counseling.

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Jerseys of Hope

Jerseys of Hope is a local non-profit organization committed to inspiring a sense of community and well-being in hospital patients through the donation of new and gently used athletic jerseys to be worn rooting for their favorite team. It inspires the human spirit, through kindess of donating jerseys to give hope.

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New Albany Wellbeing Initiative

This a group of community leaders working in collaboration with school officials to come together & create a best-in-class well-being model focused on students to improve the following areas: suicide prevention, drug and alcohol prevention, developmental education.

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Civitan Club of North Columbus

The Civitan Club of North Columbus was chartered in June 1955. They have been serving the Clintonville-Beechwold Community and Central Columbus for nearly 60 years, providing assistance to, among others, the most vulnerable citizens of the community - The Special Needs Community.

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Love Without Hurt

Created in response to the epidemic of teen dating abuse, the professionals of Love Without Hurt are dedicated to empowering teens with the skills and information they need to build healthy relationships in their lives. In addition, they offer education, support and services to parents, educators and professionals who work with teens.

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Huckleberry House

Huckleberry House works with Central Ohio’s youth and families who are dealing with issues like abuse, violence, neglect, poverty, and homelessness. No matter how hopeless the situation may seem, they offer proven programs and committed people who know how to help young people and families take control of their lives.

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Gahanna Neighborhood Bridges

Gahanna Bridges is a part of Neighborhood Bridges, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Gahanna Bridges was launched in late October of 2017 and has already engaged hundreds of local residents in advocating for children, residents, and families in need.

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D.A.S.H Rescue

DASH (Danielle's Animal Safe Haven) is a 100% volunteer based non-profit 501c3 rescue. DASH rescues dogs, cats, horses and other companion animals. They bring them back to health, make sure they have all of their shots, and are spayed or neutered. Then they find them a new FOREVER home.

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Nellie's Champions For Kids

Providing support for kids fighting cancer, NC4K is designed to help families in three specific ways: financial support, hospital support and events for play. They plan fun events for the families to look forward to, such as the Christmas Program, OSU Band Night at the Horseshoe, and a movie day.

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Columbus Diaper Bank

The Columbus Diaper Bank is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of Central Ohio families by providing diapers to those in need and to increase community awareness of the need for diapers. To ultimately, close the diaper gap.

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After School All-Stars

After-School All-Stars Ohio provides comprehensive after-school programs in Columbus, Cleveland, and Toledo, and works to close an opportunity gap that exists between low-income youths and their upper income peers. ASAS serves children whose lives are mostly defined by severe deprivation of basic human needs.

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New Albany Food Pantry

The mission of the NAFP is to identify and serve the hunger needs of individuals and families in the New Albany Plain Local School (NAPLS) district with dignity and hospitality. They provide access to food through grocery delivery and open pantry hours; as well as assistance for those facing emergency food crisis and serving the needs of the community.

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Star House

Star House provides the underserved & vulnerable population of youth experiencing homelessness, ages 14-24, with a safe respite from the streets and connects them with a chance to thrive. 

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Life Town

LifeTown, a program of O.S.U. Chabad House, Inc., is a unique, world-class 5,000 square foot, life-size indoor village for kids with special needs to gain and practice the life, social and pre-employment skills necessary to live and work in their own communities.

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