The Facts: Hunger & Food Insecurity

September 30, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Blog   |   0 Comments

The Facts In Ohio more than 20% of children experience food insecurity. In Columbus more than 100,000 individuals rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamps).  By the third grade, children who were food insecure in Kindergarten had been found to have an average of 13% drop in math and reading scores. CCH Response [...]

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The Facts: Crime & Violence

August 20, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Blog   |   Comments Off

The Facts: 70% of all those admitted to the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center are African-American youth, even though just 25% of county youth ages 10-17 are African-American. In the U.S. the top three causes of death for those ages 15-24 are accidents, homicides and suicides. In 2013, our service area averaged one homicide every [...]

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The Facts: Education & Mentorship Needs

July 03, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Blog   |   Comments Off

The Facts: More than 50% of preschool children from low-income households are not ready for Kindergarten, compared to just 24% of children from moderate-income households. In Columbus, 39% of third-graders cannot pass a reading proficiency test and the failure rate is four times higher for economically disadvantaged children. The High School Graduation Rate in our [...]

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Village Maker Awards a BIG Success

April 18, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Blog   |   Comments Off

Thanks to all who supported Central Community House and helped us honor everyday heroes at The Village Maker Awards held April 3, 2014. PNC served as the presenting sponsor and Frances Frazier was our keynote speaker and winner of the Community Hero award. Read about all our winners here!

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Join us for the Village Maker Awards

March 04, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Blog   |   Comments Off

An event and ticket sales page is now available online for the Village Maker Awards.  Join us on April 3, 2014, 5:30-8:30 p.m. at The Bluestone. Tickets $50 General Admission or $75 Legacy Tickets (includes program listing). Proceeds will benefit youth and family support programs at CCH. Visit the website for details or call 614-545-2708.

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