Ohio Ace Education Marketplace
Browse education service providers who have been approved to receive funds from Ohio ACE educational savings accounts.
Each Service Provider conducts their business differently and may collect payment for their goods/services in one of two ways:
1. Parent/Guardian pays for goods/services at time of service. This type of purchase can be reimbursed with OH ACE account funds directly to the parent/guardian via claim submission with an attached receipt in the OH ACE app as long as the parent/guardian has connected their bank account to the app.
2. Service Provider issues an invoice to the parent/guardian for goods/services. This invoice can be paid directly to the Service Provider using OH ACE account funds by submitting a claim with the attached invoice in the OH ACE app, as long as the Service Provider has set up their account to receive those funds.
Please check with each Service Provider ahead of a purchasing decision to ensure you are aware of their policy regarding payment at time of service or invoicing.
The Dawes Arboretum
This service provider requires payment upfront : No
Phone Number: (740) 323-2355
Address: 7770 Jacksontown Road, Newark, Ohio 43056
Service Provider: 202031
Located approximately thirty miles east of Columbus, The Dawes Arboretum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with nearly 2,000-acre tree museum dedicated to enriching lives through the conservation of trees, nature and history. Nearly 6,000 members and visitors can enjoy the property year-round. Founded in 1929 by Beman and Bertie Dawes, the Arboretum features collections of over 5300 different types of plants (taxa) with more than 15,400 plants on grounds. There are nearly 16,000 living trees and shrubs on the grounds. Of these plants, more than 5,000 are unique names. The Arboretum is proud to be one of only 30 arboreta worldwide accredited at Level IV (highest possible level) by Arbnet. The Arboretum is home to four Nationally Accredited Plant Collections which are maintained with proper documentation and maintenance practices as defined by the mandates established for inclusion in a PCN collection. These collections include: Maple, Dawn Redwood, Buckeye and Horse-Chestnut, and Witch-hazel. Everyone is a learner and we all learn in different ways. It is our job to create a welcoming culture to ALL, meet our members and guests where they are, offer them a chance to stretch and grow by providing a variety of programs and engagement activities, and help them leave the Arboretum with a desire to return. Moreover, our goal is to provide experiences for our members and guests that bring joy, a new bit of knowledge, and an opportunity to help sustain this beautiful arboretum for the greater good of the earth. We do this by fostering a love of nature, a sense of curiosity, and an appreciation of trees and history and what they do for our environment. Learning & Engagement Departmental Statement: Our department strives to increase the appreciation of our mission through collaboration on creative and inspiring programs, events and interpretation both at TDA and off site for the public as well as staff. As we move forward, we see our role as ambassadors of engagement to connect people to the story of the arboretum and create memorable experiences that inspire a love of nature. These experiences can be through programming, signage, questions and individual conservations. We want to meet our guests where they are and help them find FUN. They are nature-lovers, knowledge-seekers and wanders. We want to create a wide variety of opportunities for which all can engage. Thus,our main goal is to help everyone come back to explore and connect with the Dawes legacy.