TROY Enterprises’ stands on the foundation of maximizing human potential by connecting people, places and products while aligning business and government interest. Established since 2004, TROY Enterprises has facilitated access to housing, healthcare and workforce development opportunities for thousands of individuals and families.

Across the Midwest, over the past three decades, TROY has advocated for conscious change to create impactful and sustainable solutions. Through various partnerships and strategic alliances TROY has developed a demonstrated track record of finding, developing, and adapting solutions that positively impact under-resourced communities and the people who live there.


TROY Enterprises proudly touts being architects of community commerce, understanding that commerce is only as meaningful as the well-being of the community. Philanthropically, our partnerships are formed on mutual respect and lasting relationships that exemplify our values of TRUST, RELEVANCY, OPPORTUNITY, and YIELD.

Introducing the TROY Legacy Fund:

The TROY Legacy Fund was established as a private foundation that supports the communities and organizations where members of our TROY Enterprises team serve, operate and live. The TROY Legacy Fund serves as our vehicle for an unyielding commitment to fostering conversation, community, and culture. As such, TROY Enterprises concentrates collective impact on community investments through the organizations below.

Strategic Partnerships

The TROY family has supported the following organizations:

  • Action For Children
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
  • American Red Cross
  • American Heart Association
  • Columbus Baptist Ministerial Conference
  • Columbus Council on World Affairs
  • Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA)
  • Columbus NAACP
  • Columbus Public Schools
  • Columbus Symphony Orchestra
  • Columbus Urban League
  • Central Ohio United Way
  • Daddy’s Promise Foundation
  • Eldon Ward YMCA
  • Family Y Center
    • House of Troy Foundation
    • International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
    • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
    • King Arts Complex
    • Marburn Academy
    • Mansion Day School
    • Morehouse College
    • Nationwide Children’s Hospital
    • New Salem Baptist Church
    • Renaissance CDC
    • The Invisible Children
    • The Ohio State Real Estate Center for Research & Education
    • United Negro College Fund
    • Unity Partnership