Did you know?
When you book your event with us, Darby House makes a donation to the below charities. We are dedicated to supporting local organizations within our city through our event proceeds.
The Galbreath Equine Center
The Ohio State University’s Galbreath Equine Center offers state-of-the-art, comprehensive diagnosis and treatment options of all horse breeds and disciplines. They concurrently conduct research that advances the equine breeds and their human partnerships.
The Dream Center
The Columbus Dream Center is a volunteer-driven organization, dedicated to serving homeless and low-income individuals and families. The Center provides food, resources, and hope to strengthen and uplift them.
End Poverty is a faith-based non-profit that works with local organizations in the developing world. It empowers individuals and families to lift themselves out of the entanglements of poverty through microfinance.
Youth for Christ
Central Ohio Youth For Christ shares the light of the gospel with 11-19-year-old teens, regardless of their home life, social standing, or spiritual background.
OhioHealth Doctors Hospital, located in Columbus, Ohio, is famous for its expertise in emergency care — especially for conditions of the heart. Doctors Hospital also stands out among other Ohio hospitals as a premier osteopathic teaching institution, training many of today’s best and brightest medical professionals.
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is a non-profit zoo located near Powell. They advance conservation research, strengthen environmental education, and promote community involvement that benefits animals and people. With 10,000 animals in six distinct regions, it supports conservation efforts annually around the world, most recently 70 projects in 30 countries.
Lucky Dog Animal Rescue
Lucky Dog Animal Rescue is a volunteer-powered nonprofit dedicated to rescuing homeless, neglected, and abandoned animals. LDAR educates the community and all pet parents on responsible pet parenting, including the importance of spay/neuter, obedience training, and good nutrition.
From the World Series Championship to the Kentucky Derby, John W. Galbreath left his mark on history — but his most important legacy? His work as a philanthropist, supporting vital charities throughout central Ohio and funding the creation of Bicentennial Park. In order to carry on the family legacy, philanthropy remains a cornerstone value of Darby House. Today, Darby House is proud to give back to the above organizations.