Free Meeting Rooms in the Area

Updated on July 01, 2008
J.N. asks from Westerville, OH
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Hello mommies!!! I was wondering if you know of any free meeting rooms in the area for non-profit groups. It doesn't have to be kid-friendly or have food available. I am aware of libraries and Panera Bread (which isn't free) already. Northern area of Columbus would be perfect, but anything you might know about would help too :) Thanks so much for your help.

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I don't know any specific in your area but churches are usually good places to try.

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answers from Columbus on

Hi J.! I'm no expert or anything, but I do work in the non profit sector. Often, corporations will allow area non profits to use their board rooms or meeting rooms as part of their philanthropic program. Just call around to different companies in your area that you think might have adequate meeting space. Even better, find out what companies in your area support your cause and approach them. Hope this helps. You can also try the libraries.



answers from Columbus on

Starbuck's in Bexley has a community room. When and what type of organization are you? Depending, I might have another idea as well.

I am pretty certain that Easton has a couple of rooms that they make available.

Might check other Starbucks' and ask information booth at Polaris?



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I have been in Donato's in Delaware and they have a free meeting room. Good Luck.:)

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