PFS publicly launched its scholarship program to the influential people of the Dublin community. By the end of the event, PFS was given several opportunities to grow within Dublin.
Our Director of Communications, Raghav Kallur, gave a TEDx Talk on compassion and its importance in our communities. He emphasized on the mission of PFS and called on the audience to get involved.
The PFS team was recognized in the Dublin Villager by Journalist Sarah Sole
Application deadline for the first wave of scholarships. PFS received over 20 applications!
PFS held its first fundraising event with several interested business owners and raised over $10,000!
PFS was recognized by the Dublin Police at the annual Dublin Police Awards Ceremony.
Our Direction of Operations, Sanjana Mangapuram, addressed a speech about PFS in front of Governor Dewine and his associates.
The first wave of scholarships were mailed out to the recipients! Each recipient was granted a $2500 scholarship towards their academics.
PFS launched the Help Dublin Heal campaign, a fundraiser for the Dublin Food Pantry, to support Dublin families in need amid the global pandemic.
Thanks to the caring members of our community, PFS was able to raise $1000 for the Dublin Food Pantry through the Help Dublin Heal campaign. That’s enough money to feed dozens of hungry families!
PFS establishes partnerships with the Concord Township and Shawnee Hills Police Department
PFS directs a mini interview documentary with the Dublin Police Department and Washington Township to raise awareness about the duties of First Responders.
Director of Operations, Sanjana Mangapuram, was recognized in City Scene Columbus by Journalist David Rees.
Lindsey Lu and Davyn Jones join PFS as our Director of Marketing and Director of Finance, respectively.