Working hand-in-hand with our brothers and sisters in arms

We fund and provide oversight for a number of great agencies that fight for a better community every day.

 

Our Fundraising Ally

American Red Cross, Louisville Area Chapter
(502) 589-4450 www.redcross.org/local/kentucky
Serving Metro Louisville and surrounding counties and Southern Indiana with disaster relief, education, military, social services, health, safety programs, youth programs, and blood products.

  • (502) 509-9637
    Promotes the safety and well-being of children by implementing strategies to keep fathers involved and families together.
  • (502) 432-2579
    (AMPED) is a youth program that focuses on music and aims to provide a safe and productive environment for youth to explore their creativity through music.
  • (502) 494-0353
    Adelante's model is wraparound, long-term, and holistic. We help our students set and meet high educational, personal, and career goals.
  • (502) 366-7813
    Americana World Community Center bridges the gap from surviving to thriving for refugees, immigrants, and underserved individuals through education, family support, youth achievement, and career and financial development.
  • (502) 487-0709
    A mercy ministry dedicated to helping hurting people break the cycles of addiction and other social and emotional disorders through a holistic case management process. Clients come to understand their current condition and receive the resources necessary for them to discover a new way of life through inner healing and discipleship.
  • (502) 634-6543
    The BLC supports immigrant adults and families in the Churchill Downs neighborhood through access to educational opportunities, community integration and resources to better lives.
  • (502) 636-0573
    Engages in a wide range of community development activities and provides social services for the purposes of combating blight and deterioration in the Louisville Metropolitan area and to contribute to the advancement of community life.
  • (502) 587-0494
    Provides a one-to-one mentoring relationship between a mature volunteer and a youth in need of friendship. Services include screening, training volunteers and matching a child's needs with the right adult.
  • (502) 588-0800
    The clinic mental health staff assesses behavioral and emotional disorders seen in children and adolescents. We provide individual, group, pharmacotherapy, and family therapy to children.
  • (812) 738-2408
    A private, non-profit, human services organization that has been serving the community since 1959.
  • (502) 361-2624
    Youth development programs for school age boys and young women in high school offering character and leadership, development, citizenship, training and personal and mental fitness.
  • (502) 585-5437
    An out-of-school time provider offering a safe and positive environment for youth ages 6-18 who need us most.
  • (812) 738-1696
    Provides fun, safe, diversified programming for Harrison County youth ages 4-18. Programs include art, recreation, drug prevention, rock climbing, leadership initiatives and group gym activities. Summer camp provided each year.
  • (502) 585-9444
    Provides psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery services for adults with severe mental illness. Services improve functioning in living, working and socializing in member chosen activities.
  • (502) 869-8000
    A public school district that serves more than 13,000 students in preschool through grade 12.
  • (502) 776-6369
    A grassroots organization located in Louisville since 1992 with diverse programmatic success and sustainability in zones of hope.
  • (502) 543-4554
    A volunteer advocates the "best interest" of a child, while making sure their basic needs are being met.
  • (812) 282-0063
    Providing a food pantry for residents of Clark County, Indiana open five days a week with programs to alleviate hunger.
  • (502) 315-2673
    Co-creating a vibrant, exemplary nonprofit community in Greater Louisville through collaboration, shared learning, advocacy, and the promotion of innovation and excellence.
  • (502) 589-8600
    Non-profit community-based behavioral health care, offering mental health, addiction recovery and intellectual/developmental disabilities services in Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Trimble Kentucky counties.
  • (502) 647-3349
    Provides Hispanic people and others in need with assistance through language classes, food and clothing, advocacy, translations, referrals and other seasonal services.
  • (502) 456-5137
    Providing the needed services that will allow youth and adolescents to reach their maximum potential via a positive, healthy drug-free lifestyle.
  • (812) 284-5229
    An emergency shelter for youth ages 10 to 19 who are experiencing crisis in their homes.
  • (502) 636-9550
    The primary advocacy, education and coordination agency for the homeless of Louisville. The umbrella organization for the area's homeless agencies and 8000 plus homeless persons.
  • (812) 280-0028
    Brings caring adults into schools to address students' unmet needs; providing academic interventions, mental health resources, and out-of-school time programming.
  • (502) 222-0427
    Emergency assistance to Oldham County residents in need of food, shelter, utility assistance and more. We also help people stranded in county during travel.
  • (502) 636-1358
    Provides the bridge between parents, providers, community leaders, and policymakers by offering a unique blend of services and expertise, to ensure that children arrive at kindergarten ready to succeed.
  • (502) 584-1239
    Offers a lifetime of advocacy, training, education and family outreach to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
  • (502) 633-2760
    Envisioning a future in which staff and teachers are full partners with parents and community; where children's development is a top priority.
  • (502) 587-8673
    A variety of services provided creates a supportive advocacy and resource center addressing the various needs of older adults and their loved ones.
  • (502) 718-4145
    Utilizing recreation and play as tools to develop mentor relationships with high-level behavior students providing a strategy for them to become better people.
  • (502) 893-3900
    Family service organization with services to prevent and treat abuse, violence and disruption in families.
  • (812) 283-2308
    A health center that provides comprehensive medical and dental care to the low income, uninsured and underinsured residents of southern Indiana.
  • (502) 584-8090
    Single-parent families and unaccompanied foster alumni are eligible for supportive housing, academic coaching, career development, childcare, and financial empowerment to promote individual and family stability.
  • (502) 543-4444
    Working with the Bullitt County Housing First Colaition to end homelessness in Bullitt County by providing immediate shelter while coordinating resources, and transitioning housing services through community and business partnerships.
  • (502) 634-1839
    Reducing the barriers for success by providing valuable hours of educational enrichment that will positively transform the lives of children and youth in our community.
  • (502) 558-5732
    Teaching philanthropy as a tool to enhance academic outcomes, cultivate power skills, and hone social-emotional skills for our youngest, most underserved citizens.
  • (502) 225-0351
    Established in 2001 by Good News Shelter Corporation, a charitable organization created in 1998 by the Oldham-Trimble Baptist Association.
  • (812) 283-7908
    Leading the community in providing early childhood development, family support and adult career achievement through successful Goodwill stores.
  • (812) 738-8143
    Providing multiple programs to assist low income individuals through crisis to self sufficiency including shelter, food, utilities, medical and other resource building programs.
  • (502) 647-3072
    The Cornerstone Financial Literacy program gives families a one-stop opportunity to increase financial stability, financial literacy knowledge, economic wealth, homeownership and business ownership through asset-building.
  • (502) 775-9584
    To provide education and outreach services to youth, adults and seniors in the metro Louisville community with special emphasis on the Cane Run/Shagbark community.
  • (502) 596-1000
    Providing emergency shelter, residential treatment and therapeutic foster care to abandoned, abused and neglected children up to age 18, and a variety of wrap-around and preventive services to help at-risk families and homeless young adults.
  • (812) 883-3318
    Dedicated to community justice, victim reparation, and offender accountability. Programs include a domestic violence shelter, victim advocacy and community corrections.
  • (502) 225-6711
    A primary medical clinic In LaGrange, Kentucky which provides healthcare to individuals ages four and above who are uninsured or who have unaffordable deductibles and are at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level.
  • (812) 948-9248
    A community, social services ministry offering the programs of Emergency and Family Services, Youth Development and Volunteerism.
  • (502) 587-5080
    Offers housing and support services to individuals who are HIV-positive, as well as family members who count on them for financial and emotional support.
  • (502) 459-0660
    Provides community-based wellness, educational, social, leadership, recreational and cultural programs across the lifecycle, fulfilling the needs of the community at-large.
  • (502) 452-6341
    Comprehensive human services organization serving the entire community with three core objectives: strengthening families, fostering self- awareness and sound decision making and promoting well being and self- sufficiency.
  • (502) 479-9180
    Compassionately welcomes and serves refugees through providing case management, comprehensive services and holistic programming.
  • (502) 895-8167
    Aims to make Kentucky the best place in America to be young by helping individual families in crisis and by working to create policies that help all children be safe, healthy, and secure.
  • (502) 637-3671
    A nationally accredited, MUW Excellence Academy Center that provides quality childcare and early education programs for underprivileged children 6weeks-11years.
  • (502) 635-6397
    Serves special needs children by providing outpatient speech, physical, and occupational therapy as well as family support. Children are also served in weekly Orthopedic clinics and monthly Spasticity clinics. Center staff provide specific, child-centered education to each family/caregiver to ensure the greatest results possible from each therapy session.
  • (502) 400-5363
    Provides engaging and relevant PreK-12 solutions that positively impact academic performance, social & emotional maturity, character development, and career education for all students.
  • (502) 488-5046
    To assist the Bullitt County/ Lebanon Junction area with food and the delivery of meals to those who are shut in and/or no transportation.
  • (502) 584-1254
    A nonprofit law firm providing civil legal aid to people living in poverty. Our services are always free.
  • (812) 948-8330
    Provides a variety of supportive services for frail older persons and individuals with disabilities who have multiple needs.
  • (502) 964-5909
    An Out of School Time Program specializing in Youth Development with JCPS Gap students in a FREE program providing reading/literacy, STEM, College and Career Readiness, and enrichment programs that focus on the whole child. We want students to have a life long love of learning.
  • (502) 882-5490
    Promotes financial stability by providing moderate/low income residents with free tax preparation and linkages to other asset building products like reduced fee banking.
  • (502) 583-8821
    Promotes self-sufficiency in the Russell neighborhood through a variety of programs and services for pre-schoolers, school-age and adult populations.
  • (502) 485-3787
    To insure students in grades 9-12 in 13 high schools persist to graduation, staff provide academic and attendance support which is key for successful transition after high school. Staff develop caring relationships and provide opportunities for students to explore career and college options by filling out college applications and learning about the financial aid process. Students receive job-readiness skills with career exploration which help students seek summer or part time employment, pursue vocation/technical training and provide employment readiness activities, job shadows, soft skills training, teambuilding, interview techniques, resume writing and academic support.
  • (502) 585-4622
    About jobs, justice, education, housing and health, connecting residents to jobs, supporting educational growth, putting families into homes, and championing justice/equity.
  • (502) 245-1576
    Provides residential and foster care treatment programs for emotionally disabled children who have been neglected, abandoned or abused.
  • (502) 584-9254
    Through impactful programming serving children and adults, reaching people of all cultures, nationalities, ages, and geographic areas preserves and shares the legacy and ideals of Muhammad Ali, to promote respect, hope, and understanding, and to inspire adults and children everywhere to be as great as they can be.
  • (502) 633-7162
    Senior Citizen center based and in-home support services for independence; Low-Income Family emergency and case management services and Weatherization.
  • (502) 855-3300
    A non profit, faith-based middle school serving students from compromised financial circumstances. We offer a rigorous private school education and follow our graduates through post-secondary education.
  • (502) 774-2322
    A community center serving infants through senior citizens from Portland and surrounding neighborhoods of West Louisville.
  • (812) 949-4200
    Engaging the community in education and investing resources to help all students achieve academic success by providing support for programming, equipment and materials.
  • (502) 589-2272
    A community development organization that strengthens civic and volunteer participation to challenge the forces that undermine neighborhood and family stability. The agency was created in 1969 through ecumenical efforts centered at Saint William Church, located at 13th and Oak Streets in Louisville.
  • (502) 500-3953
    The Oldham County Educational Foundation supports the mission of the Oldham County Schools by providing financial support for the district's programs and initiatives.
  • (502) 222-3516
    Serving Oldham County for over fifty years while providing a variety of programs to protect resident's health and the health of the community. The clinic is open Monday through Friday, and offers many services and resources.
  • (502) 222-9713
    Providing education, entertainment, and enrichment to the community through materials, programs, services and community interaction.
  • (502) 633-1965
    Offers the community a quality women's shelter, medical care, affordable merchandise in a thrift store setting, and a food pantry.
  • (502) 955-7271
    Operates an employment program, a day program, and social activities that provide opportunities for people with disabilities to develop independent living skills.
  • (812) 945-3400
    Provides a continuum of evidenced based programming to diverse groups supporting education, prevention, intervention and treatment of alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse.
  • (502) 589-6583
    Along with our partners in 88 schools and 67 neighborhood sites have taught nonviolent conflict resolution to young people and adults for 35 years.
  • (812) 283-8383
    Provides mental health counseling, music therapy, and outreach programs to all ages in 12 Indiana counties and four Kentucky counties.
  • (502) 759-8231
    Creating safe spaces and judgment free zones filled with resources and positive energy for families to enjoy. We are intentional about getting families out into positive spaces like farms, forests, and museums.
  • (812) 945-4063
    Serves individuals with developmental challenges including children's services, adult recreational and educational day programs, employment programs and services, interpreting services, and residential supports.
  • (502) 776-9802
    As a ministry of Mt. Hermon Missionary Baptist Church works within the community to provide supportive activities for children, youth and adults.
  • (502) 633-2375
    Prepares wise life-long learners who can adapt and contribute knowledge and understanding to their world as demonstrated by national and state measures. Prepares wise students who lead by example and embrace social responsibility as demonstrated by an increase in the attendance rate, graduation rates and success rate of positive behavior interventions district wide.
  • (502) 955-7590
    Provides a Community Sharing Pantry filled with non-perishable food where you are free take if you are in need and give if you can spare the extra. The mission and purpose of the pantry is help others that may be stretched a little thin and are short on the basics. It is never locked and is always open 24/7 for your convenience.
  • (502) 584-2480
    Serves people in need, including those who are homeless, living in poverty, or suffering from addiction and mental illness, as well as those people who are in crisis or facing unexpected hardship. Through a continuum of care that includes food, shelter, affordable housing, counseling and emergency financial assistance with rent and utility bills, St. Vincent de Paul assists people, regardless of their background or faith, with the goal of helping each person achieve self-sufficiency.
  • (502) 448-2345
    Serves families in need in the Lake Dreamland and Rubbertown communities.
  • (502) 930-3478
    Preparing diverse youth academically and socially for the adverse moments in life by instilling accountability, expectations, structure and faith.
  • (502) 585-2426
    The only minority owned non-profit agency serving the Smoketown community over the past sixty two years. Offering childcare and a safe place for after school for children ages 6 years to 18.
  • (502) 772-7324
    Saint Benedict Center serves children 6 weeks to 12 years through a variety of culturally rich educational programs, including after school and summer initiatives for children ages 6-12 years in the OST Program.
  • (502) 775-6232
    A thriving resource for the youth of West Louisville providing a safe, welcoming and educational environment for youth grades K -12. Offers after-school and summer programs that address the social and emotional needs of young people to prepare them for school, work and life.
  • (502) 636-3424
    A neighborhood senior center, providing social services, programs, education and a place for our seniors to make friends and to improve or enhance their lives.
  • (502) 581-7200
    Comprehensive wrap-around services support victims of intimate partner abuse or sexual violence and their children to achieve self-sufficiency and establish independent, violence-free lives.
  • (502) 491-0072
    As the only farm-based education program in the Louisville area, The Food Literacy Project provides farm-based experiential education and entrepreneurial youth development programs that bring the Field-to-Fork experience to life for local youth.
  • (502) 671-4900
    Provides shelter, meals, emergency assistance and case management to homeless individuals and families, as well as transitional housing.
  • (812) 944-1018
    Supports self-sufficiency and long-range stability through case management in emergency financial assistance and provides diverse programming for youth and seniors.
  • (502) 222-1349
    Senior Citizen site based services and in home support. Multi-layered programming for seniors and low income families; Respite, Food, Emergency financial, Heat, Weatherization, Transportation.
  • (502) 893-0346
    A community ministry sponsored by 21 churches /religious institutions within Crescent Hill, Clifton, Clifton Heights, and Butchertown for the purpose of providing vital social services to the residents of these four neighborhoods. Serving Our Neighbors and Building Better Community with a wide range of services that includes: food and financial assistance, youth programming, senior services, community development and organization, outreach, referral and information, and advocacy.
  • (502) 451-5177
    A residential program providing a continuum of intensive residential treatment and educational services for children and youth with complex emotional and behavioral disabilities.
  • (502) 636-3207
    The only agency in Kentucky or Indiana to provide early intervention and educational services to children who are blind and visually impaired, between birth and age 5.
  • (502) 637-4361
    Provides a range of housing and recovery-oriented supportive services for adults with mental illness. Services include crisis stabilization, case management, peer support supported employment and behavioral health therapy.
  • (502) 968-8231
    Helping people help themselves, the agency provides childcare, youth services, computer education, English as a second language, a gently used store, and free tax assistance.
  • (502) 587-9622
    Nurtures the healthy development of children, encourages positive behavior in teens, gives families the support they need to succeed, and creates an environment of safer and healthier neighborhoods. All programs are dedicated to strengthening developmental assets and building character through strategic priorities of Health, Education, Connecting People and Accessibility.
  • (812) 734-0770
    Putting Christian Principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. Programs are available to all people regardless of age, income, race, religion, abilities or sex. Through our Open Doors Program, financial assistance is available to qualified families and individuals.
  • (502) 290-6121
    YouthBuild Louisville is an education, job training, and leadership program that provides low-income young adults ages 18-24 opportunities to realize their potential as active community leaders.
  • (502) 290-6121
    YouthBuild Louisville is an education, job training, and leadership program that provides low-income young adults ages 18-24 opportunities to realize their potential as active community leaders.

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