LifeTown on the Go takes learning across Central Ohio

LifeTown Columbus will receive a $100,000 donation from businessman and philanthropist Jeffrey Schottenstein, as well as $40,000 from the Columbus Foundation, to help support at-home programming for Central Ohio students with special needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

LifeTown, housed and run from the Lori Schottenstein Chabad Center in New Albany, is a realistic, indoor city created to provide children with special needs opportunities to learn about real-world scenarios in a fun, engaging way. Since the pandemic hit, the physical location has been closed and LifeTown on the Go was created to engage and educate the children served by the program from the safety of their homes.

Buckeye History was made at the 2020 LifeTown Legends Luncheon!

Buckeye History Created! Urban Meyer and Jim Tressel Together Celebrate Winners!
Coach Urban Meyer and President Jim Tressel interviewed by Brian Schottenstein together for the first time ever!

Daytime Columbus Showcases LifeTown on the GO!

Watch the LifeTown on the Go video!

LifeTown Virtual Learning