Mercator Club of Columbus

The Mercator Club of Columbus was founded in the early 1900s, and had a number of chapters throughout the Midwest.  Today only the Columbus chapter remains, and their members are committed to giving the money they make through their fundraising efforts to local children’s charities.  Metro Columbus received a $1,000 grant again in 2016 and 2017.


Kohl’s Department Store

Employees from one of the Kohl’s Department Stores in Columbus provide community service by working on our Assault Survivor Kit® Program.  They work at the chapter office inventorying hygiene items and packing the hygiene kits that are given to child survivors of abuse at emergency rooms at local hospitals, Franklin County Children Services and Huckleberry House.  Kohl’s grants $500 each time the employees work at Assistance League of Metro Columbus.


Office Depot/Office Max

The past few years Office Depot/Office Max has donated new office supplies to the chapter for their garage sales.  Hundreds of dollars have been raised as a result of their generosity.


Thrivent Financial

Thrivent Financial: Connecting faith and finances for good.

Thrivent Financial is a not-for-profit membership organization, and also a Fortune 500 financial services organization. In 2015 alone, Thrivent Financial and their members:

  • Raised/donated $203.9 million for member-chosen causes.
  • Generated 9.3 million volunteer hours for programs in members’ communities.

Thrivent contributes a fixed amount to Assistance League of Metro Columbus each year.

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