We fight for the education, health and financial stability of every person in Bullitt, Jefferson, Oldham and Shelby counties in Kentucky and Clark, Floyd and Harrison counties in Indiana.
Our Vision:A Community Whose People Achieve Their Fullest Potential Through Education, Financial Stability And Healthy Lives.
Our Mission:Improve Lives and Our Community by Engaging People to Give, Advocate and Volunteer.
Live United: It's A Credo. A Mission. A Goal.
A constant reminder that when we ensure everyone achieves their fullest potential, we improve our community. We help our children succeed in school. We build the strength of our neighborhoods. We bolster the health of our communities. And we change the lives of those who walk by us every day by engaging people to give, advocate and volunteer.
LIVE UNITED IN ACTION
Celebrating 100 years of changing generations. Take a look back at what we've done together with this TIMELINE!
Greater Louisville Inc. (GLI) recently welcomed Metro United Way President & CEO, Theresa Reno-Weber as a new board member! Read more here!
Louisville has been recognized by The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading as one of 48 Pacesetters for "leading by example" to solve one or more of the challenges that can undermine early literacy - school readiness, school attendance and summer learning! Read more about this honor HERE.
Kindergarten Countdown 2017 it underway! Each event is FREE - just pick up a free t-shirt at any Louisville Free Public Library! For more information and the calendar of events, click HERE.
Read two recent Louisville Business First interviews with our new President & CEO, Theresa Reno-Weber, below:
Director of Volunteer Services, Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana
At the age of 12, I joined the Portland Boys & Girls Club and my great future started there. As a Club member I participated in many programs, met some near and dear friends, received guidance from some great mentors and started my volunteer journey with the 4-H Club. The Portland Boys & Girls Club was always a safe place to go after school to meet with friends, participate in group clubs, sports activities and art. After high school graduation I aged out of the Boys & Girls Club program but always made time to stop by and spend time with the staff members and Club kids. On one of my visits I learned that an arts and crafts position was vacant and I eagerly applied. That is when my 30 year career began with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana...
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