Saturday, August 26th, 2023
The Power of One is a program benefiting small business through low-cost, high-impact exterior improvements to increase curb appeal.
Visit the program website on May 1, 2023 to apply for a grant of up to $15,000 for exterior improvements to your small business!
Have a Question? Email Juliana Silveira at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 614.221.5001
Columbus South Side Area Commission has cancelled their Saturday, February 5, 2022 meeting due to weather. The next meeting will be Tuesday, February, 22, 2022.
The January 25, 2022 meeting of the Columbus South Side will be held on Saturday, February 5 at 9:00 am at the Parsons Avenue Library.
Columbus Fire Training Academy, 3639 Parsons Avenue
Pandemic Survey: Please take a moment to fill out the United Way of Central Ohio’s Pandemic Impact Survey. This survey is to determine the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on families in our communities. The information gathered from this survey will be used by UWCO to help identify what is and what is not working in our community, and how community partners can help. The survey is open until June 15th at
The Greater Columbus Arts Council, in collaboration with the city of Columbus, will select one neighborhood in the city each year. Artists from the selected neighborhood are invited to propose an art
project that actively engages the community in that neighborhood. All artistic disciplines are encouraged
to apply. DEADLINE: JUNE 15, 2021
Who is eligible to apply?
This grant program is for individuals across disciplines who meet the following criteria:
• Have permanent residency in the South Side of Columbus (as defined by the Columbus
Department of Neighborhoods – Columbus Southside Area Commission AND Far South Columbus
Area Commission boundaries)
• Are professional, working artists (age 18 and older);
o Definition: individuals who devote a significant portion of their time to the creation of
personal artwork. The professional artist is likely paid for performances, sells their
artwork, or shares their independent body of work with the public on a regular basis.
Individuals working in a creative industry primarily producing commercial work are not
eligible. Artists should be focused on realizing their own creative or aesthetic ideas,
rather than on documentation or journalism. The term “artist” applies broadly across
disciplines, including performing, visual, literary, film, fashion and multi-disciplinary
• Are NOT enrolled as degree-seeking undergraduate students.
NOTE: Award recipients must remain residents of Franklin County for the entire grant period (one year).
What is the fellowship award amount?
Larger projects (based on budget and impact) are eligible for $10,000. Smaller projects (based on budget
and impact) are eligible for $5,000. These funds are intended to cover the costs of the project and
payment to all artists involved. Applicants selected will receive a 1099 for awards $600 and over.
For more details: https://www.gcac.org/grants-services/individual-artist-fellowships/
Tuesdays & Wednesdays, Summer 2021
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction to drugs or alcohol, we are here to help. Walk in for Recovery sites can help asses your needs and quickly connect you to treatment. A mobile health clinic will also be available offering important health screenings and services. All services are free. For questions, call 614-645-6843. For the South Side, July 13 & 14 Walk in Recovery will be at Primary One Health Center at John Maloney, 1905 Parsons.