Moving Central Ohio families from homelessness to hope filled futures.

The Homeless Families Foundation (HFF)  is a homeless family service provider in Columbus, Ohio.  HFF provides housing assistance and holistic case management for homeless children and their families.  HFF also provides afterschool and summer programs focused on academic improvement and enriching activities for homeless and at-risk school age children at the Dowd Education Center.

OUR MISSION: The Homeless Families Foundation educates and nurtures children while empowering families to achieve stable housing and self-sufficiency.

The Homeless Families Foundation
  • Come Home for The Holidays

    Thank you to everyone who attended and supported the 16th annual Come Home for the Holidays event on Friday, November 7th.  Mark your calendars for next year.  The 17th annual Come Home for the Holidays event will be held on Friday, November 7, 2015.

  • Thank you to last month’s donors

    Donors October 1 through October 31

    • Anonymous
    • 2 Urban Hippies
    • All Saints Episcopal Church
    • Olivia and David Bakunas
    • Judy and James Balyeat
    • Sarah Bergen
    • Shannon Bersagle
    • Heather and Michael Billy
    • Ronald Boutell
    • Barbara and John Bowers
    • Barbara and Roy Boyd
    • Bernadine and Aldo Bredolo
    • Brian Brown
    • Cindy and Bill Calvert
    • Victoria and Edward Carey
    • Mary Jane Carter
    • CEA R. Activities
    • Casey Clark
    • Sharon and David Cook
    • Crowe Horwath
    • Eddie Days
    • Marybeth and Richard DeLozier
    • Diamond Hill Capital Management, Inc.
    • Nancy and Michael Donaldson
    • Teresa and Joe Dowd
    • Dublin Dance Centre
    • EatStreet
    • Cayetana and John Farhat
    • Andy Feicht
    • Mary and Peter Frenzer
    • Harold Fryer
    • Nancy Fuller
    • Joy and Martin Gallo
    • Shirley and Kenneth Galloway
    • Diane and Herbert Glimcher
    • Patricia and Donald Grey
    • Patricia and Carl Haaser
    • Lynne and Harry Hallowell
    • Rose and Don Herron
    • Robin and Peter Hersha
    • Brittany and James Hirst
    • Michael Hoehn
    • Arnie and Jim Hopkins
    • Karen and Jim Houk
    • Beverlee and James Houseman
    • Maggie Humphrey
    • Dana Jenkins
    • Judith and Nathan Kander
    • Theresa and Paul Kaufman
    • Julie and Matt Keating
    • Dawn and Ed Kendall
    • Karen and Thomas King
    • Roselyn and Charles Kistler
    • Dara and Gerald Knott
    • Rita and John Konfala
    • Eileen and Greg Kramer
    • Mary Kregenow
    • Lee Anne and Kenneth Leachman
    • Marion Lee
    • Merilyn Lee
    • Alicia Lein
    • Leo Alfred Jewelers, Inc.
    • Marlene Mahoney
    • Barbara Main
    • Robert Martin
    • Jeffrey Matteo
    • Celena and Jeff Matthews
    • Margaret and Steve McIntosh
    • Suzi and Steve McVoy
    • Mercator Club of Columbus
    • Montei Foundation
    • Mary Ellen and James Mulder
    • Nancy and James Muldoon
    • Susan and Lorn Mullenix
    • Lori and Brian Murphy
    • Oakland Park Post Office Employees
    • Jean Oddi
    • Betsy and Tod Ortlip
    • Yvonne and Charles Perotti
    • Sandra Pond
    • Sally and Nicholas Popa
    • Kathy and Larry Press
    • R. F. Berger & Associates, Inc.
    • Thomas Rabenold
    • JoAnn and Mark Rosenberg
    • Kathy and Jim Rutherford
    • Bruce Ryan
    • Kathy and Todd Secrist
    • Tamala and Anthony Seipel
    • Wendy and Robert Selikson
    • Mary and John Sestina
    • Nancy Shaw and Jim Goldsmith
    • Tracy and Doug Sheffield
    • Nancy and William Sheridan
    • Libbyy and Fran Siegwardt
    • M. Jo Smith
    • Sorrell & Company Realtors
    • Denise and Joe Sprague
    • St. Joan of Arc Members
    • St. Peter Church
    • Star Leasing Company
    • Helen and John Sweeney
    • Joan and John Terango
    • Jackie and Paul Thompson
    • Timothy Tokish
    • Denise Trowbridge
    • Megan and Nathan Tucker
    • Elizabeth and John Turner
    • Sue Ward
    • Susan Weaver and Conn Sharpe
    • Ellen and Robert Wensink
    • Margaret Wildi
    • Amelia Winchester
    • Judy Wiseman
    • Wood Foundation
  • The HFF Dowd Education Center is looking for dedicated and caring community members to help students improve their reading.  For full details click here.