support a more vibrant, prosperous, and growing hilltop
Three ways to show your support!
Donate to the hilltop
Invest in vital development of the Hilltop’s business corridors. We strive to be a dedicated champion for the community as we strengthen and reinvigorate industry on The Hilltop.
improve the hilltop
What do you need as a Hilltop business owner to help you thrive? Take this mercifully short survey to let help us tailor our educational content and resources to meet your needs.
explore the hilltop
The Hilltop is so much more than pawn shops and corner stores (though we love those business owners too!) Discover the diversity and drive of these local businesses.
Why donate ?
Investing in us means interesting in the local Hilltop community. The Hilltop is our home. This is where we live, and we don’t plan on going anywhere. Our residents are property owners and our businesses are our number one priority. We’ve spent the last 10 years building this organization, and we’re just getting started. What changes do you want to see? What kind of environment do you want for your kids? We want that too – safe, seen, heard and represented.
Why share feedback?
We can’t fix the system that we don’t know are broken. And we can’t uplift and amplify all the good that’s happening unless we hear about it. We have great partnerships with change makers across Columbus. Share your insights and challenges with us and we can be another unified voice to create change.
Why buy local?
By spending your money here in The Hilltop, you’re not just making a purchase – you’re investing in your community. Many of our neighbors are local business owners, and when you support them, you’re backing the people who live right next door. Instead of funneling your money to another faceless corporation, you have the opportunity to contribute to building the neighborhood you desire. Your local purchases help enhance the appearance of our streets and contribute to reducing crime. Shopping locally comes with zero risk, and the rewards are significant.
We get it – trust takes time to build, and there’s been plenty of empty promises spoken in the past. So in the meantime, we invite you to get to know us a little more.