Jubilee Market and Cafe — the Market With A Purpose
Lower Lights Christian Health Center opened the long-awaited Jubilee Market on Wednesday, May 16 at 1160 West Broad Street in Franklinton.
The 4,500 sq. ft. non-profit grocery store is the latest addition to the “full-family health care” services provided by Lower Lights Christian Health Center.
“Having access to affordable, nutritious food is a key component of a healthy lifestyle and preventing and treating many chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease”, says Tracy Cloud, CEO. Franklinton has been without a grocery store for years, leaving residents who do not have transportation to rely on corner stores, gas stations and fast food restaurants to feed their families.
“We are so thankful to those in our extended community who recognize this need and have generously contributed towards bringing this vision to fruition. This project was the visionary dream of LLCHC’s founder, Dr. Dana Vallangeon”, says Ann Schiele, Chief Strategy Officer.
The grocery and cafe are part of the renovated former Anthony Thomas Candy factory at the corner of Yale and West Broad. The $1.7 million renovation and construction project had a $1 million initial fundraising goal, towards which $797,475 has been raised to date. Donations will be sought on an ongoing basis to enable the grocery store to continue to provide nutritious food at affordable prices.
Jubilee Market and Cafe welcomes Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.
Jubilee Market’s regular operating hours are Monday through Friday 8am – 7pm (closed weekends). Cafe prepared to order hours are breakfast 8am-11am and lunch 11am-3pm weekdays. Follow us at @JubileeMarketandCafe on Facebook, @JubileeMarketCafe on Instagram and @JubileeMktCafe on Twitter.
Aetna Better Health of Ohio
American Electric Power
Arledge Construction Inc.
Aurora Exhibit Solutions
Bethel Presbyterian Church
Brexton/Tri-Village Self Storage
Buckeye Health Plan
Carver Family Fund of the Columbus Foundation
City of Columbus/Hollywood Casino – West Side Community Fund
Columbus Kiwanis Foundation
Columbus Medical Association, Columbus, Ohio
The Foundation for Active Living
G Mechanical, Inc.
Timothy and Tess Galvin
Gloeckner Green McCabe Financial, LLC
Grange Mutual Insurance Company
Joe and Mary Hoffer Fund of the Columbus Foundation
Ingram-White Castle Foundation
David and Lisa Karam
Kelley Family Fund of the Columbus Foundation
Nancy J. Kingsley
Harry C. Moores Foundation
Mount Carmel Home Care
Ohio Capital Corporation
Osteopathic Heritage Foundation
The Reinberger Foundation
David and Ann Schiele
Robert J. Weiler Family Fund of the Columbus Foundation
and the many others who are supporting this mission of bringing nutritious grocery options to Franklinton.