How to Donate:

We can make so many more dreams come true for Upper Arlington.  We are YOUR Community Foundation – together, we have awarded over $1.6 million in grants to our community.

Please give thoughtful consideration to making a gift to the Foundation. The Upper Arlington Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. The UACF offers our citizens an opportunity to create, guide, and invest in our future here in Upper Arlington.

You may send your charitable donation to:
The Upper Arlington Community Foundation
3600 Tremont Rd.
Columbus, Ohio 43221.

Thank you for your support.

In addition to the option below to click on the DONATE button and contribute via PayPal, you can also download and print this general donation form (PDF) and mail it to us along with your check.

The Upper Arlington Community Foundation Encourages Your Contribution
We need your support – every dollar counts!


UACF GENERAL UNRESTRICTED FUND – Donations to this fund will be used for future grants the impact the quality of life in Upper Arlington.  Some recent grant contributions made include:  Leadership UA; 2015 UA Family Events; Greensview Playground; Barrington Playground; Tremont Sculpture; Author Visit; Cultural Arts Music in the Park; Safety Town; UA Firefighters CPA Training; File of Life – UA Commission on Aging; and Kind Call.    JUST TO NAME A FEW!

Support the Centennial
A Centennial Fund has been established at the Upper Arlington Community Foundation. Your donation, large or small, will help us fund a series of celebratory activities, from Centennial street banners to a Centennial Time Capsule.


This fund exists to support and promote all forms of cultural arts in Upper Arlington.


The Barney Family Fund

This fund was established to fund projects that promote and sustain the quality of life in Upper Arlington.


UACF Beautification Fund

This fund was established to support beautification projects that enhance the quality of life in Upper Arlington.


Joseph and Marlene Berwanger Fund

This fund was established to keep alive fond memories of our clean and beautiful UA.


UA Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association Fund

This fund supports volunteer, education and support programs for the UA Police Division, with a mission to help build a stronger safer community.


Don and Sharon Cook Fund

This fund support projects that enhance the quality of life for our community and its residents.


UA Field Sports Advisory Fund

Donations to the Field Improvement Fund are used to upgrade and improve Upper Arlington sports fields and facilities.


UA Fire Division Fund

The core mission of the UAFD is to provide fire, EMS, rescue and hazardous materials emergency response to the Upper Arlington community.  UAFD also offers multiple non-emergency programs that support its public safety mission.  This fund supports programs such as STAY UA, public education, UAFD Project Alive, Engine 1 Restoration and smoke detector projects.


Ann Royce Moore Fund

This fund is dedicated to promoting and supporting author visits in Upper Arlington – including Pulitzer prize winner, Anthony Doerr in 2015.


Lynn and Bob Ness Fund

This fund is established to support projects for the betterment of the Upper Arlington Community.


UA Police Division Fund

This fund support programs that continue to develop and maintain a safe and secure Upper Arlington community including Safety Town and DARE.


George F. Renkert Fund

This fund is designated to be used for projects that support quality of life in Upper Arlington like the Renkert Garden at Thompson Park and the purchase of a drunk driving simulator for the UAPD.



 Good Neighbor Fund

This fund supports UA residents that experience a unique, unforeseen event that threatens their family stability by providing a one-time grant to help meet basic needs and help keep them safe and stable.


This fund gives parks & recreation scholarships to residents that demonstrate need.  (In 2016 & 17, we provided 9 families with pool passes to UA Pools)

UA Senior Association Fund

This fund supports programs to benefit our senior community in Upper Arlington