Social enterprise is the practice by not-for-profit entities to offer products, programs and/or services as a business arm that raises profits to be re-invested in their work and missions. Read all about the CCH Social Enterprise being created at our former facility at 1251 Bryden Rd.Read More »
Read about plans to use Central’s former facility for art programs, community-building and social enterprise.
Children and teenagers spend an average of four hours a day just on television time, according to the Palo Alto Medical Foundation. Add in computer time, time spent on the Internet or smart phone, and video game playing, and it’s easy to see how teens can spend a significant chunk of their waking time plugged […]Read More »
According to a recent report released by the Brookings Institution and presented in a recent Columbus Business First, Columbus has the lowest poverty rate among Ohio cities at 23.9% and falls under the average for the entire Midwest which is 25.1%. However overall Middle Class households are shrinking while poverty is increasing. The main service area […]Read More »
The Cincinnati Enquirer recently published a glimpse into the lives of children born into poverty and the many barriers they must overcome. As a compassionate society we must continue to provide a safe haven, food security, positive adult mentors and support for children who must fight against incredible difficulties. Please read this report and honor […]Read More »
1251 Bryden Road was built as a family home in 1891 in Olde Towne East, then a new popular street car neighborhood for Columbus’ growing well-to-do population. As time went on, the freeway system cut through the downtown neighborhoods and the wealthy left for suburbs sending the area into a long era of disinvestment and […]Read More »