Harmony’s award-winning service initiative, One Week One Neighborhood, engages hundreds of volunteers over the course of one week to create “one neighborhood” out of the many neighborhoods in our community. Due to COVID-19 protocols, this year means fewer available volunteer shifts. However, we will not let the pandemic stop us from generating a measurable impact in Columbus.
What Harmony Is Doing
- Neighborhood Clean-up in the King-Lincoln/Bronzeville District
- Landscape beautification at Lincoln Theatre
- Mural Project at Sherwood Middle School
- Food and Grocery Gift Card Drive
- Evening of Poetry
How You Can Participate
- Wednesday, April 7th: Food and Grocery Gift Card Drive to support Lutheran Social Services
- Be a part of helping those who need it most by donating to our Food and Grocery Gift Card Drive that will benefit the food pantry at Lutheran Social Services. Volunteers will greet drivers and accept food and grocery gift card donations in a contactless manner. Deliveries will be accepted 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the Harmony office located at 779 E. Long St.
- LEARN MORE HERE.
- Thursday, April 8th: Evening of Poetry
- Please join us for an Evening of Poetry Thursday, April 8th at 7pm. We will be joined by world-renowned poets, Dasha Kelly Hamilton, Mahogany Browne, and Carlos Andrés Gómez. Listen as they share their powerful words and personal stories. The event will be hosted by Harmony’s Artistic Director, Barbara Fant and funded by the Greater Columbus Arts Council. Registration will be required in order to join the event.
- REGISTER HERE.