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Media Release: Harmony Project Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary with Day of Service, Community Celebration

By September 23, 2019September 25th, 2019In the News

Columbus, OH: On October 5, Harmony Project celebrates its 10th anniversary – the anniversary of 100 strangers coming together to sing, serve, and share.

Ten years later, Harmony will bring more than 500 people to the Sullivant Gardens Recreation Center on Columbus’ West side to serve together, play together, and celebrate together.

“As Harmony Project celebrates the past 10 years, what better way to kick off the next 10 than a day of service,” said David Brown, Founder and Creative Director of Harmony Project.

The day will begin with a variety of service projects – a community mural, fresh paint, new mulch and plants, neighborhood beautification, and an art and school supply drive to benefit the Sullivant Gardens Recreation Center community. In the afternoon, Harmony Project will sponsor a community celebration, inviting Sullivant Gardens community members for food, music, a photo booth, a bounce house, the Sunny 95 Dairy Queen Treat Truck (powered by Lazer Kraze & Custom Air), a free soccer clinic for kids (provided by Sporting Columbus), games, and activities. There is no cost to attend and participate in the community celebration.

“With a mission focused on bridging diverse communities through service and art, the Harmony Project volunteers continue to be an invaluable resource to Sullivant Gardens Community Center,” said Sophia Fifner, Community Relations Chief. “We couldn’t be more excited to help them celebrate their 10th year.”

Harmony Project will host its 10-year anniversary event on Saturday, October 5, 2019, at the Sullivant Gardens Recreation Center. The event will be held rain or shine. Sullivant Gardens community members are welcome to join the celebration from 12-3pm.


Kadi McDonald
Director of Marketing, Communications, and Project Management


Harmony Project connects people across social divides through the arts, education, and volunteer community service. Working together, we are building a stronger, more inclusive community with a focus on developing a social infrastructure that unites the community for the common good.

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