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Borror Family Foundation

Background

The Borror family has been in the Real Estate Business in central Ohio, developing neighborhoods, building homes, and managing communities, for more than 60 years. During that time, the Borrors have supported many nonprofit organizations in Columbus. The family foundation, established in 2004, helps to strengthen that mission.

The Borror Family Foundation fosters targeted and strategic corporate giving, focusing on organizations whose efforts and goals are far reaching in numbers, and whose ethics and values mirror those of the Borror family. Of particular interest are education and youth development programs, healthcare services that promote wellness through prevention and safety, social service programs that help people in transition become self-sufficient, and civic organizations that support emerging communities in which Borror builds and manages homes for families.

Community involvement starts at the top. Doug Borror, CEO of Borror Properties, is active in the community, just as his father, Don Borror, was during his lifetime. Borror family members have been personally involved with many charitable organizations in greater Columbus for years including The Ohio State University, The James Cancer Hospital, The American Heart Association, the Short North Foundation, the Short North Alliance, Columbus Parks and Recreation Department, Riverfront Commons, Recreation Unlimited, the Wellington School, and Goodwill Industries, just to name a few.

The commitment to giving back to the community has spread throughout the entire Borror Properties organization—not only in the form of charitable giving—but also in the gift of time; team members serve on boards, volunteer, and raise money for a wide variety of causes.

 

Grantmaking

All grants from the Foundation are board directed in support of the Borror Family’s targeted areas of interest.

 

Board

Douglas G. Borror, chairman; John S. Sokol, president and treasurer; David P. Blom; Stephen P. Close; and Danielle Borror Sugarman.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the Borror Family Foundation? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 614/251-4000.

 

 

Central Benefits Health Care Foundation

Background

The Central Benefits Health Care Foundation was established by Central Benefits Mutual Insurance Company, a company that held the philosophy of “an investment in the community is an investment in the future”. The Foundation was established in 1997 to make an impact on preventative health care for indigent children and adults; the Trustees have taken a step further by focusing grantmaking for the preventative health care needs of children, prenatal through age six.

 

Grantmaking

Since its inception, the Foundation has approved grants totaling more than $4.4 million. The Foundation uses a request for proposal process to identify grant opportunities in its targeted interest areas.

 

Board

William C. Mechling, Esq., chairman; Ann O’Donnell, vice chairman; Antoinette P. Eaton, M.D., president; Craig W. Anderson, M.D.; and Teresa C. Long, M.D., M.P.H.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about Central Benefits Health Care Foundation? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 614/251-4000.

Columbus Youth Foundation

Background

The Columbus Youth Foundation’s link to sports and to the disadvantaged youth of urban Columbus began upon its creation in 1955.  A group of distinguished local businessmen created the Foundation that year to hold title both to the Columbus Jets, a professional minor-league baseball team, and the team’s Franklinton stadium.  Because the Foundation returned all profits to the community through grants to organizations that served the sick, underprivileged, and disabled youth of Columbus, it ensured strong local support for the team.

 

After the Columbus Jets dissolved and their stadium was sold, the Foundation’s Trustees decided that instead of closing the Foundation, its service to the youth of Franklinton and urban Columbus should continue as long as possible.  The Trustees chose to join The Columbus Foundation in 1976 as the first Supporting Foundation.  This relationship maintained Columbus Youth Foundation’s independence, while the Trustees were able to access the services and experienced staff of The Columbus Foundation.

 

Today, as it has since 1955, the Foundation focuses on Columbus’ young people through the grants made each year to organizations offering inner-city youth opportunities for sports and recreation.

 

Mission Statement

The Columbus Youth Foundation makes a difference in the lives of youth from economically disadvantaged neighborhoods of Columbus by providing healthy, positive opportunities to learn life lessons through recreation and sports.

 

Columbus Youth Foundation Best All-Around Student Awards 2012

Since 1985, the Columbus Youth Foundation has sponsored the CYF Best All-Around Student Awards. These annual awards celebrate a male and female student from each middle and high school in the Columbus City Schools for their outstanding citizenship and achievements.

 

The awards event takes place each year at Huntington Park, home of the Columbus Clippers, and begins with a picnic for the students and their families, followed by recognition of their achievement in an on-field ceremony.

 

Grantmaking

Since its inception, the Foundation has approved grants totaling over $3 million. The Foundation uses an online competitive application process with one deadline per year.

 

Board

Catherine M. Lyttle, chairman; Archie M. Griffin, vice chairman; John P. Kadlic, John Lowe and Catherine T. Willis

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the Columbus Youth Foundation? Contact Stacey Morris by email or at 614/251-4000.

William H. Davis, Dorothy M. Davis and William C. Davis Foundation

Background

William C. (Bill) Davis provided funds in his will to be used for charitable purposes at the discretion of his stepmother, Dorothy M. Davis. She created the William H. Davis, Dorothy M. Davis and William C. Davis Foundation in 1993.

 

William H. Davis was a prominent businessman who built his fortune through real estate development and investments. He founded Davis & Son, Inc., which develops single-family homes, shopping centers, and apartment buildings in central Ohio. Mr. Davis died in 1984. His son, William C. (Bill) Davis, continued the company and served as chairman of the board until his death in 1991. Bill Davis laid the groundwork for the family’s foundation when he established a donor advised fund at The Columbus Foundation in 1988. Former owner and chairman of Davis Enterprises, Dorothy M. Davis was active in the central Ohio and Fort Lauderdale, Florida communities. She established the Dorothy M. Davis Chair in Cancer Research at The Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, and the William H. Davis Chair in the American Free Enterprise System at The Ohio State University. Mrs. Davis served on the board of trustees of the Capital Area Humane Society and The Ohio State University Foundation. She was a supporter of the Royal Dames of Cancer Research and Nova University in Fort Lauderdale. Mrs. Davis was chairman and president of the Davis Foundation until her death in 1996.

 

The Davis family’s long history of philanthropy serves as a model for the central Ohio community. They had shared interests in many organizations, including The Ohio State University, Pontifical College Josephinum, St. Charles Preparatory School, the Columbus Zoo, Boy Scouts of America, and the southend Kiwanis.

 

Grantmaking

All grants from the Davis Foundation are board directed.

 

Board

William D. Wells, chairman and president; John C. Lucas, vice chairman and treasurer; Ronald L. Whisler, vice president; Jacquelyn L. Wells, secretary; Linda B. Bowers, assistant secretary; Ralph L. Guarasci, assistant secretary; and James L. Nichols, assistant treasurer.  Chase Wells is an honorary trustee.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the William H. Davis, Dorothy M. Davis and William C. Davis Foundation? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 614/251-4000.

Paul G. Duke Foundation

Background

A native of Warren County, Mr. Duke came to the Troy, Ohio area after World War II. He and his son, the late Richard Duke, operated a sod farm and the Duke Garden Centers in Troy and Piqua. Duke Garden Centers evolved into ChemLawn Corporation in 1968. The initial shareholders of ChemLawn were Paul and Richard Duke and a partner; its resources consisted of its shareholder-employees, one used truck, and 500 customers. Prior to its sale to Ecolab, Inc. in 1987, ChemLawn was a coast-to-coast business providing residential and commercial services for lawn, tree, and shrub care. Mr. Duke died in 1991. His wife, Geneva, died in 1994.

The Paul G. Duke Foundation was established in 1983. Patricia Duke Robinson, Mr. Duke’s daughter, serves as President Emeritus and is strongly committed to carrying on her father’s philanthropic tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations primarily in Miami County, where the Duke Garden Centers originated.

Mission Statement

The foundation’s mission is to be a catalyst to enhance the quality of life in the Miami County area.

Grantmaking

Since its inception, the foundation has approved grants totaling more than $21 million. The foundation has a competitive grantmaking process with two deadlines per year.

 

Board

Patricia Duke Robinson, president emeritus; Linda A. Daniel, president; Paul A. Hanke, Esq., vice president; B. Mark Hess, M.D., vice president; William J. McGraw, III, Esq., vice president; and Ronald B. Scott, vice president. Rayce Robinson is an honorary Trustee.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about The Paul G. Duke Foundation? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 937/339-3853.

Hinson Family Trust

Background

Charlie Hinson spent 30 years of his professional life guiding the growth of Limited Brands from eleven storefronts to over 5,000 by overseeing the construction and interior design. At home, Charlie and his wife, Charleen, spent these same years raising their six children and building their life in Columbus. Charlie, Charleen, and their children created the Hinson Family Trust in 2001 to assist with their own charitable contributions and involve the Hinson grandchildren in the process of giving back to the community. Charlie shared this philanthropic experience with his family until his death in 2004; since then his family has acknowledged Charlie’s memory and community connections with several grants in his honor as well as increasing activities for Charlie’s grandchildren to begin their own understanding of what it means to give back to the community.

 

Mission Statement

The purpose of the Hinson Family Trust is to provide financial support for organizations whose mission is to improve the quality of life and opportunity for men, women and children in the community. The foundation will seek to support organizations that demonstrate measurable results and are financially sound.

 

The Hinson Family Trust will support those organizations that provide solutions for social problems and education/training to enable young people, men and women to be self-supporting, productive members of society.

 

Grantmaking

All grants from the Hinson Family Trust are board directed.

 

Board

Alan D. Hinson, chair; Lisa Purvis Hinson, vice chair; C. Charleen Hinson, secretary; Lori Hinson Rech, treasurer; Matt Habash; Janet E. Jackson; Timothy Rollins; Patrick Tiberi; and Abigail Wexner. Carol Hinson Wass is an honorary trustee.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the Hinson Family Trust? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 614/251-4000.

Ingram-White Castle Foundation

Background

The Edgar W. Ingram Foundation, created in 1949 by E.W. “Billy” Ingram, founder of White Castle System, Inc., became a Supporting Foundation of The Columbus Foundation in 1981. It was renamed the Ingram-White Castle Foundation in 1987.

The Ingram family has continued to operate the foundation based on the principles set forth by Billy Ingram, which include treating people fairly, investing in the future of others, and sharing success with the community. In 1999, in honor of the foundation’s 50th anniversary, Mary and E.W. Ingram, Jr. made an $11 million gift, providing additional resources for grantmaking.

 

Mission Statement

The Foundation’s mission is to provide nourishment to those throughout central Ohio who hunger for knowledge, independence and self-sufficiency. Our emphasis is on efforts that empower young people with the desire for self-improvement, and full participation in a free society.

As the Foundation seeks to feed hunger, hopes, and dreams, it holds the following values:

  • We believe the nourishment we provide must be physical, educational, emotional, and spiritual.
  • We believe in the liberating power of knowledge that transforms lives and enables young people the opportunity to realize their full potential.
  • We embrace the notion that all benefit when we lend a helping hand to those who currently cannot help themselves.
  • We invest with stewardship, seeking significant impact for those who yearn for a better life.

 

Ingram-White Castle Team Member Scholarships

The Ingram-White Castle Foundation established its scholarship in 1989 to honor founder Billy Ingram’s core belief in the importance of investment in learning and education. The scholarship may be used for any educational expenses for full-time or part-time study at any accredited public or independent college or university in the United States. The link to the online scholarship application is available beginning in January for an April 1 annual deadline.

 

Grantmaking

Education has always been a mainstay of the Ingram-White Castle Foundation’s grantmaking. Through the years, the Foundation has awarded more than $33 million in grants to support programs that serve disadvantaged students and help them achieve academic success and in scholarship support for Team Members and their dependents. The Foundation uses a competitive grant application process with two deadlines per year.

Board

Edgar W. “Bill” Ingram, III, president/treasurer; Maryann I. Kelley, assistant secretary; John S. Kobacker, vice president; Sandra W. Harbrecht; and Ann Pizzuti. Alice Ingram, Marci Ingram and Erin Shannon are honorary trustees. Jamie T. Richardson, also an honorary trustee, serves as secretary.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the Ingram-White Castle Foundation? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 614/251-4000.

Kidd Family Foundation

Background

Since 1999, The Kidd Family Foundation has been committed to improving the quality of life in Jackson County and southeastern Ohio. The Foundation is focused on supporting projects that address the greatest needs in Jackson County, particularly in the areas of education, social services, and culture.

 

Jack and Jane Kidd have lived, worked, and raised their family in Jackson County for more than 30 years. Mr. Kidd was president and CEO of Oak Hill Financial in Jackson, and a former president of the board of the University of Rio Grande. Jane Kidd is an active volunteer with the YMCA and the Jackson County Health Department. Also participating in the work of the Foundation are the Kidds’ three adult children. The Kidd family’s strong commitment to education and the Jackson community motivated their financial support for and leadership role in the community’s campaign to build new schools for the city of Jackson.

 

Grantmaking

All grants from the Kidd Family Foundation are board directed.

 

Board

John D. Kidd, president; Jane E. Kidd, vice president; Lawrence J. Kidd, secretary; James L. Budros, treasurer; Stephen Anderson; Nea S. Henry; and H. Grant Stephenson, Esq. Honorary trustees are Cheryl Kidd, Cynthia Kidd, Douglas E. Kidd and Margaret L. Kidd.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the Kidd Family Foundation? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 614/251-4000.

Arthur and Sara Jo Kobacker, Alfred and Ida Kobacker Foundation

Background

Established in 1993, the Arthur and Sara Jo Kobacker, Alfred and Ida Kobacker Foundation is committed to reducing poverty and assisting the disadvantaged, with particular attention given to African Americans, through grants awarded to educational or charitable organizations.

 

Grantmaking

All grants from the Kobacker Foundation are board directed.

 

Board

Alfred J. Kobacker, president; Sara Jo Kobacker, vice president; Peggy Kobacker Shiffrin, secretary and treasurer; Ann Pizzuti; Karen Schwarzwalder; Thekla R. Shackelford; Rev. Dr. Leon L. Troy, Sr.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the Arthur and Sara Jo Kobacker, Alfred and Ida Kobacker Foundation? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 614/251-4000.

L Brands Foundation

Background

In 1963, Les Wexner started a company based on a set of shared values important to both L Brands’ customers and associates. In order to mirror associates’ and customers’ values, L Brands supports community programs that focus on empowering women, nurturing and mentoring children, and improving education. Also embedded in their focus is a commitment to inclusion. As one of L Brand’s core values, they understand, appreciate, and leverage diversity to provide value for their customers, associates and shareholders. Their philanthropic efforts represent a rich mixture of backgrounds, insights, and perspectives.

 

Going hand-in-hand with efforts to help improve education is their commitment to enriching the cultural arts. They believe that vibrant cultural arts are synonymous with vibrant and diverse communities, exposing us to new works and different perspectives that not only entertain, but educate and challenge us to think about how we live today.

 

Grantmaking

Please visit the community section of L Brands corporate website to learn about the Foundation’s grantmaking.

 

Since its inception, the Foundation has paid grants totaling more than $217 million. The Foundation uses an online application process that originates at the L Brands website and focuses on programs with associate involvement as volunteers or board members in Columbus, Ohio; Kettering, Ohio; and New York City.

 

The L Brands Foundation relies on Columbus Foundation staff to assist with the administration of the online grant application process, resolution of questions related to grants, selected grantmaking analysis, and research to assist with its strategic philanthropic objectives.

 

Board

Abigail Wexner, chair; Nancy J. Kramer, vice chair; Mary Beth Meuse, vice chair; Alex Shumate, vice chair; and Timothy J. Faber, secretary and treasurer. Janelle N. Coleman, of L Brands, serves as president.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the L Brands Foundation? Contact us by email or at 614/545-3227.

Moritz Family Foundation

Background

The Moritz Family Foundation was established by Lou Ann Moritz (now Ransom) in 2004 to continue the charitable legacy of her late husband, Michael E. Moritz. Mr. Moritz’s successful career as a partner in the Baker & Hostetler law firm allowed him the ability to support The Ohio State University and future generations of lawyers and MBA students through significant scholarship programs. Today, The Ohio State University’s College of Law is known as the Moritz College of Law, named in honor of the immense generosity of Michael Moritz, who received a scholarship more than 45 years ago that allowed him to pursue his legal education.

 

Lou Ann Moritz Ransom is a community volunteer who demonstrates the same care and concern for future generations as a board member of The Homeless Families Foundation, Marburn Academy, The Ohio State University Foundation, and The Michael E. Moritz College of Law National Council.

 

The Moritz family began their relationship with The Columbus Foundation in 1993 through the opening of a donor advised fund. The Moritz Family Foundation was formed to expand on this effort and also allow future generations, including four adult children and many grandchildren, to positively impact their communities and the world with their generosity. The Moritz Family Foundation has traditionally focused its grantmaking on educational, housing, and family-related issues.

 

Mission Statement

The Moritz Family Foundation serves families and children by providing grants to organizations whose programs reduce poverty and improve education.

 

Grantmaking

All grants from the Moritz Family Foundation are board directed.

 

Board

Lou Ann Ransom, chairperson; Ann Airey, president; Molly Tyger, assistant secretary; Ned Clark; Sharon Komlofske; Barbara C. Trueman; and Michael Zieg. Honorary trustees are Catharine M. Presper, secretary; and Jeffrey C. Moritz, treasurer.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the Moritz Family Foundation? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 614/251-4000.

James A. and Kathleen C. Rutherford Foundation

Background

Mr. Rutherford is a lifelong resident of central Ohio. A graduate of Denison University, Mr. Rutherford co-founded Goal Systems, a computer software development and marketing company, in 1976. He served as CEO, president, and chairman until his retirement in 1990. Presently, Mr. Rutherford is president of WINGSET Inc., a private investment management corporation. Mrs. Rutherford serves on the board of trustees of I KNOW I CAN and the Homeless Families Foundation.

 

Grantmaking

All grants from the Rutherford Foundation are board directed.

 

Board

James A. Rutherford, president; Kathleen C. Rutherford, vice president; Robert R. McMaster, CPA, treasurer; and Dr. C. Brent DeVore, assistant secretary.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the James A. and Kathleen C. Rutherford Foundation? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 614/251-4000.

The Shackelford Family Foundation

Background

The Shackelford Family Foundation was established by Thekla R. (Teckie) Shackelford in 1996 to continue the charitable legacy of her parents, Everett and Gay Reese. Everett Reese was active in the central Ohio banking industry for more than 70 years. Among his charitable interests were The Ohio State University Presidents Club, which he founded in 1963; his church; and Piney Woods, a small boarding school for African Americans in Mississippi. Mr. Reese died in 1995 at the age of 97. The Shackelford Family Foundation focuses its grantmaking on educational issues.

 

Grantmaking

All grants from the Shackelford Foundation are board directed.

 

Board

Alison S. Monaghan, chairperson; Amy Louis, vice chairperson and secretary; Lee Shackelford, vice chairperson and treasurer; Don M. Casto, III; M. Jameson Crane; Thomas E. Hoaglin; and Stephen S. Wittmann. Thekla R. Shackelford and Donald B. Shackelford are honorary trustees.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about The Shackelford Family Foundation? Contact Stacey Morris by email or at 614/251-4000.

Siemer Family Foundation

Background

Al and Barb Siemer own Desco Corporation, a holding corporation for several manufacturing companies in the United States and Europe. Desco also includes Desco Capital Partners, which makes venture capital investments. A graduate of Muskingum College, Mrs. Siemer began her career as a high school English teacher. She is an active board member with I KNOW I CAN and the Columbus Museum of Art. Mr. Siemer is a graduate of John Carroll University. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in foreign trade from the University of Arizona (Thunderbird) and a juris doctor degree from Cleveland Marshall Law School. The Siemers are the parents of Elizabeth and David, who are both graduates of Lehigh University. The Siemer Family Foundation was established in 1997 and has focused the majority of its grantmaking in the area of education and reducing student mobility through homelessness prevention.

 

In 2003, the Siemers established an initiative that focused on reducing student mobility, which directly affects the ability of schools to deliver quality education. The program offers counseling and financial support to families in transition and need. In 2011, the Siemers launched the Siemer Institute to coordinate national implementation of their initiative. Programs have already been established in more than 50 cities across the nation.

 

Mission Statement

The purpose of the Siemer Family Foundation is to provide funding for those institutions and organizations whose purpose is to affect continuing and long-term benefits for societal, educational, and cultural needs of the community.

 

The foundation’s goal is to support those organizations which provide solutions for social problems, education and/or training to enable young people to be self-supporting, and support for civic and cultural organizations which enhance the quality of life in this or other communities.

 

Grantmaking

Since its inception, the foundation has approved grants totaling more than $32 million. The foundation uses a competitive grant application process with one deadline per year.

 

Board

Barbara J. Siemer, chairperson; Elizabeth M. Siemer, Esq., president; Thekla R. Shackelford, vice president; Russell M. Gertmenian, Esq., secretary; and Tanny Crane, treasurer. Arnold B. Siemer and David Siemer are honorary trustees.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the Siemer Family Foundation? Contact Stacey Morris by email or at 614/251-4000.

The Robert F. Wolfe and Edgar T. Wolfe Foundation

Background

The Robert F. Wolfe and Edgar T. Wolfe Foundation was created in 1989 by John W. Wolfe to honor the memory of his grandfather and father, Robert F. Wolfe and Edgar T. Wolfe.

 

Robert F. Wolfe arrived in Columbus in 1888 and found work as a shoemaker, eventually beginning the successful Wolfe Brothers Shoe Company. In 1903, he bought The Ohio State Journal with his brother, Harry P. Wolfe. In 1905, they acquired The Columbus Dispatch. Robert F. Wolfe was publisher of the Journal and the Dispatch until his death in 1927. Harry continued in the publishing and banking business until he died in 1946.

 

Robert’s son, Edgar T. Wolfe, Sr., began working for the Journal in 1919 as an advertising solicitor. He later became co-publisher of both the Journal and the Dispatch. Edgar Wolfe also was a banker and civic leader who helped develop air travel at Port Columbus, promoted civic improvements, and supported the growth of hospitals. He died in 1957 at the age of 63.

 

John W. Wolfe, the son of Edgar T. Wolfe, began his career with Ohio National Bank in 1948. He became vice president and director of BancOhio Corporation in 1957. In 1975, he became chairman of the Dispatch Printing Company, parent organization of The Columbus Dispatch. He was appointed to the Governing Committee of The Columbus Foundation in 1984 and served as a member for nine years, including service as vice chairman. Mr. Wolfe provided leadership for decades in the health field in central Ohio, leading the community in the establishment of The Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, and the Health Coalition of Central Ohio. John W. Wolfe, who died in 1994, included his family’s foundation in his estate.

 

Grantmaking

All grants from the Wolfe Foundation are board directed.

 

In 1995, the Wolfe Foundation established four permanent endowment funds, which provide support to the following organizations:

  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation: Annual grants fund the John W. Wolfe Grants for Pediatric Research, in response to proposals submitted by the Hospital.
  • COSI Columbus: Annual grants, in the memory of John W. Wolfe, are designated for COSI’s operating expenses.
  • The McConnell Heart Health Center: Annual grants supporting community health and wellness initiatives.
  • The Columbus Foundation: Annual grants are made for the Foundation’s operations, and enable it to encourage philanthropy and address important community issues.

 

Board

Ann I. Wolfe, chair; Sara Wolfe Perrini, vice chair and secretary; Bruce A. Soll, treasurer; Pamela T. Farber; Jeff Kaplan and. Rita J. Wolfe and Katherine Wolfe Lloyd are Wolfe associate trustees.

 

Staff Contact

Interested in more information about the Robert F. Wolfe and Edgar T. Wolfe Foundation? Contact Tami Durrence by email or at 614/251-4000.