Foundation / Corporation
Community Shares of MidOhio - Columbus SOUP
10/31/19 11:59 PM; Applicants chosen to present at SOUP 23 should be prepared to attend an educational session on November 6, 2019 at 6:30 PM.
Opportunity for Columbus, Ohio organizations and individuals using business techniques to address social issues to present their projects at a community fundraising event. The current theme for the upcoming event is startups. The winning organization will receive a grant from the cash donations.
Funding is intended for creative projects that address society's most critical problems. Such innovations can improve and strengthen cities, and provide information that changes the system, spreads solutions, and persuades people to move in new directions. Competitive projects are those that clearly demonstrate a positive impact on Columbus and its communities. Selected applicants must attend and make a presentation at the SOUP event to be eligible.
Applicants and projects are sought that promote:
Projects can include but are not limited to:
GrantWatch ID#: 155878
The grant award amount varies based on the number of people who attend the event and the amount donated by attendees at the door.
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