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The first major initiative of the New Albany Community Foundation was simple, yet forward-thinking: build a more connected community by raising $1 million to support the construction of a new Columbus Metropolitan Library branch in New Albany. Today that branch is one of the busiest in central Ohio, and the Foundation celebrates 25 years of on-going collaboration with civic-minded donors, volunteers and board members to strengthen an extraordinary community by forging partnerships and investing in transformational projects that benefit all who live or work in New Albany. The Foundation focuses on four areas of impact—lifelong learning, health and wellness, arts and culture and environmental sustainability, with more than $13 million in grants provided to date. The New Albany Branch Library, McCoy Center for the Arts, Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany, Safety Town, the New Albany Lecture Series, the Marx Reading Garden, Raines Crossing, Veterans Field and soon, the Charleen & Charles Hinson Amphitheater, all have been made possible by Foundation donors. For more information, visit


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