Entries by Karla Coleman


Central Ohio organization helps non-profits fill volunteer voids

Even with volunteering down during the pandemic, Besa helps dozens of non-profits with people to keep vital services running. https://10tv.com/embeds/video/530-7c9c1124-a939-4dfd-a880-3951f1331dc4/iframe?jwsource=cl Author: Clay Gordon Published: 9:10 PM EST February 14, 2021 Updated: 11:39 PM EST February 14, 2021 COLUMBUS, Ohio — Coming close together feels so distanced these days. For those who rely on critical in-person services, the past […]


Statement regarding City Council’s major amendments to the 2021 Columbus City Budget

STATEMENT (02-12-21) Statement regarding the Columbus City Council’s announcement of major amendments to the 2021 Columbus City Budget Social Justice Empowerment Council, Community of Caring Development Foundation, New Salem Baptist Church Columbus City Council announced major amendments to the 2021 Columbus City Budget. These changes represent all that is good about democracy and civic participation. The people of […]

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Linden-based CDC partners with OSU Wexner Center on MLK Day delivered “sleeping bag” coats to Columbus’ homeless

  Press Release January 18, 2021, COLUMBUS (OH) – For the homeless in America, staying warm during the winter months, and uninfected during the COVID-19 pandemic, is a double challenge to their survival. In remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Community of Caring Development Foundation, in collaboration with the OSU Wexner Medical Center […]


614 Magazine Article: Revitalizing Linden

  Revitalizing Linden The community is reshaping with more housing; stronger neighborhood; good people By John Mclaughlin Although Danielle McKnight Zellner’s children have all grown up and moved away, she continues to live in the Linden community, where she’s been for the last 17 years. She works tirelessly in the community to assist the people […]