Funded Agency Partners

Agency Partners

Fundraising Partner

American Red Cross, Louisville Area Chapter
Phone: 502-589-4450
Website: www.louisville-redcross.org
Provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prepare for, and respond to, emergencies in Jefferson, Shelby, Bullitt, and Oldham Counties in Kentucky and Clark, Floyd and Harrison Counties in Indiana.

Funded Agency Partners

Americana Community Center
Phone: 502-366-7813
Website: www.americanacc.org
Enables diverse individuals and families from over 99 countries, including refugees, immigrants, and those born in the U.S., to realize their individual potential and build strong families.


Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana , Inc.
Phone: 502-587-0494
Website: www.bbbsky.org
Provides a one to one relationship with a mature volunteer for youth in need of friendship.


Bingham Clinic
Phone: 502-852-6941
Website: www.louisville.edu/medschool/pediatrics/clinical/sections-divisions/psychiatry/about-us.html
Provides psychiatric mental health services to children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems through individual, group, pharmacotherapy, and family therapy.


Blue-River Services, Inc.
Phone: 812-738-2408
Website: www.brsinc.org
Provides services, training and transportation for children and adults with disabilities.


Boys and Girls Clubs of Harrison - Crawford Counties
Phone: 812-738-1696
Website: https://www.facebook.com/BGC-of-Harrison-County-Indiana/
Provides fun, safe, diversified programming for Harrison County youth ages 4-18. Programs include art, recreation, drug prevention, rock climbing, leadership initiatives, group gym activities and summer camp.


Boys and Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana
Phone: 502-585-5437
Website: www.bgckyana.org
Offers a safe and positive environment and provides social, vocational, cultural and spiritual out-of-school time programming for children ages 6-18.


Bridgehaven, Inc.
Phone: 502-585-9444
Website: www.bridgehaven.org
Provides psychiatric rehabilitation, recovery and community integration services for adults with serious mental illnesses. Services improve functioning in living, working and socializing through member chosen activities.


Center for Lay Ministries
Phone: 812-282-0063
Website: www.center4layministries.com
Provides emergency services to alleviate hunger, addiction, and provide financial assistance for rent, prescriptions, and utilities in Clark County.


Centro Latino of Shelbyville, Inc.
Phone: 502-647-3349
Website: centro-latino.org
Provides Hispanic people and others in need with assistance through language classes, food and clothing, advocacy, translations, referrals and other seasonal services.


Clark County Youth Shelter & Family Services, Inc.
Phone: 812-284-5229
Website: www.ccysfs.org
Provides 24-hour residential care for adolescents in crisis situations.


Community Chest of Oldham County
Phone: 502-222-0427
Provides assistance to families in Oldham County in need of food, shelter, utility assistance and more including helping people stranded in the county during travel.


Community Coordinated Child Care (4-C)
Phone: 502-636-1358
Website: www.4cforkids.org
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.


Communities in Schools of Clark County
Phone: 812-280-0028
Website: www.cisofclark.org
Committed to helping at-risk youth reach their fullest potential, delivers academic enhancement, tutoring and parental involvement and crisis referral.


Council on Developmental Disabilities
Phone: 502-584-1239
Website: www.councilondd.org
Offers a lifetime of advocacy, training, education and family outreach to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.


Dorman Preschool Center
Phone: 502-633-2760
Website: www.dormancenter.org
Provides early intervention to at-risk children in need of multiple support services in an environment where staff and teachers are full partners with parents and the community and children's development is a top priority.


ElderServe, Inc.
Phone: 502-587-8673
Website: www.elderserveinc.org
Provides social services, senior companions, home care, adult daycare, telephone reassurance, crime victims' advocacy and other services for seniors to address the needs of older adults and their loved ones.


Family and Children's Place
Phone: 502-893-3900
Website: www.familyandchildrensplace.org
Provides services for children and families affected by abuse, neglect and violence.


Family Health Centers of Southern Indiana
Phone: 812-283-2308
Website: www.fhcenters.org
Provides comprehensive medical and dental care to the low income, uninsured and underinsured residents of Southern Indiana.


Family Scholar House
Phone: 502-584-8090
Website: www.familyscholarhouse.org
Ends the cycle of poverty by giving single-parent students the support they need to earn a four-year college degree


Goodwill of Southern Indiana
Phone: 812-283-7908
Website: www.goodwillsi.org
Provides pediatric therapies, child development, autism services and job placement to children and adults with disabilities and disadvantages.


Harrison County Community Services, Inc.
Phone: 812-738-8143
Website: http://hccsi.net/
Provides programs to assist low income individuals through crisis to self sufficiency including shelter, food, utilities, medical and other resource building programs.


Hazel Joyce Wiley Career & Financial Literacy Institute
Phone: 
502-647-3072
Website: www.hjwfinancial.org
Provides families a one-stop opportunity to increase financial stability, financial literacy knowledge, economic wealth, homeownership and business ownership through asset-building.


Home of the Innocents, Inc.
Phone: 502-596-1000
Website: www.homeoftheinnocents.org
Provides emergency shelter, residential treatment and therapeutic foster care to abandoned, abused and neglected children up to age 18, and provides a variety of wrap-around and preventive services to help at-risk families and homeless young adults.


Hoosier Hills PACT
Phone: 812-883-3318
Website: www.pactchangeslives.com/programs-a-services/hoosier-hills
Provides advocacy, shelter and support and referral services to victims of domestic violence and other crimes and provides day reporting programs and cognitive behavioral and educational groups for adult offenders.


Hope Southern Indiana
Phone: 812-948-9248
Website: www.hopesi.org
Provides emergency financial, seasonal and food assistance in Floyd County and provides the Retired Senior Volunteer Program in Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Jefferson and Scott counties. Collaborates in multiple initiatives and provides a Youth Development Program that serves the tri-county area in Southern Indiana.


House of Ruth, Inc.
Phone: 502-587-5080
Website: www.houseofruth.net
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.


Jewish Community of Louisville
Phone: 502-459-0660
Website: www.jccoflouisville.org
Provides community-based wellness, educational, social, leadership, recreational and cultural programs across the lifecycle.


Jewish Family and Career Services
Phone: 502-452-6341
Website: www.jfcslouisville.org
Through therapy, counseling and support, helps individuals meet the challenges of their everyday lives by strengthening families, fostering self-awareness and sound decision making, and promoting well-being and self-sufficiency.


Kentucky Youth Advocates, Inc.
Phone: 502-895-8167
Website: www.kyyouth.org
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.


Keystone Learning Academy
Phone: 502-637-3671
Website: www.keystonelearningacademy.org
A nationally accredited, MUW Excellence Academy Center that provides quality childcare and early education programs for infants, toddlers, pre-school and school-aged children.


Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies
Phone: 502-635-6397
Website: www.kidscenterky.org
Provides early intervention for children with cerebral palsy, traumatic head injuries and other developmental disabilities by providing outpatient speech, physical, and occupational therapy and family support and education.


Learning for Life
Phone:
502-361-2624
Website:
www.learningforlife.org
Provides engaging and relevant PreK-12 solutions that positively impact academic performance, social & emotional maturity, character development, and career education for all students.


Legal Aid Society, Inc.
Phone: 502-584-1254
Website: www.laslou.org
A nonprofit law firm providing free civil legal aid to people living in poverty.


LifeSpan Resources, Inc.
Phone: 812-948-8330
Website: www.lsr14.org
Provides a service network enabling older adults and the disabled to remain independent.


Louisville Central Community Centers, Inc.
Phone: 502-583-8821
Website: www.lcccnews.org
Promotes self-sufficiency in the Russell neighborhood through a variety of programs for people of all ages and provides childcare and developmental programs for infants and school-aged children.


Louisville Urban League
Phone: 502 585-4622
Website: www.lul.org
Assists minorities and disadvantaged persons through workforce development, housing counseling and youth development and education. Improving race relations by promoting a greater appreciation for diversity.


Maryhurst, Inc.
Phone: 502-245-1576
Website: www.maryhurst.org
Offers treatment programs for emotionally disabled children who have been neglected, abandoned or abused.


Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency, Inc.
Phone: 502-633-7162
Website: www.mpcaa.org
Provides services to the elderly and low-income for independence, adult day care, respite, emergency and case management services, weatherization and food.


Neighborhood House, Inc.
Phone: 502-774-2322
Website: www.nhky.org
Provides services which enhance the quality of life for individuals of all ages in the Portland area.


New Directions Housing Corporation
Phone: 502-589-2272
Website: www.ndhc.org
Strengthens families through the provision and maintenance of affordable housing and with quality programs in education, financial empowerment and civic engagement.


Operation Care, Inc.
Phone: 502-633-1965
Website: www.operationcareky.org
Offers the community a quality women's shelter, medical care, affordable merchandise in a thrift store setting, and a food pantry.


Our Place Drug & Alcohol Education Services, Inc.
Phone: 812-945-3400
Website: www.ourplaceinc.org
Provides a continuum of evidenced based programming to diverse groups supporting education, prevention, intervention and treatment of alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse.


Personal Counseling Service, Inc.
Phone: 812-283-8383
Website: www.pcs-counseling.org
Provides mental health counseling, groups, psychological testing and evaluation to all ages in 12 Indiana counties and four Kentucky counties.


Rauch, Inc.
Phone: 812-945-4063
Website: www.rauchinc.org
Serves individuals with developmental challenges including children's services, adult recreational and educational day programs, employment programs and services, interpreting services, and residential supports.


Salvation Army Louisville Area Command
Phone: 502-671-4900
Website: http://salvationarmykentucky.org/louisville/
Provides shelter, meals, emergency assistance and case management to homeless individuals and families, as well as transitional housing.


The Salvation Army of Southern Indiana, Inc.
Phone: 812-944-1018
Website: www.salvationarmyusa.org/
Provides diverse programming for youth and seniors and emergency financial assistance combined with case management to promote self sufficiency and long range stability.


Seven Counties Services
Phone:502-589-8600
Website: www.sevencounties.org
As the state-designated behavioral health/developmental services provider in the region, delivers treatment, support and services in the areas of mental illness, emotional/behavioral disorders, developmental/intellectual disabilities and addictions.


St. Benedict Center for Early Childhood Education, Inc.
Phone: 502-772-7324
Website: www.stbenedictcenterlouisville.org
Serves children 6 weeks to 12 years through a variety of culturally rich educational programs, including after school and summer initiatives.


The Arthur S. Kling Center
Phone: 502-636-3424
Website: www.arthurklingcenter.org
A Senior Community Center that provides socialization, nutritional meals, recreation, benefits counseling, social services and an important linkage to needed community resources for seniors.


The Center for Women and Families
Phone: 502-581-7200
Website: www.thecenteronline.org
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.


Tri-County Community Action Agency, Inc.
Phone: 502-222-1349
Website: www.tricountycaaky.org
Multi layered programs for seniors and low income families including respite care, emergency food, financial, heating and weatherization assistance and transportation.


Uspiritus
Phone:
502-451-5177
Website: www.uspiritus.org
Provides a continuum of intensive residential treatment and educational services for children and youth with complex emotional and behavioral disabilities.


Visually Impaired Preschool Services (VIPS)
Phone: 502- 636-3207
Website: www.vips.org
Provides early educational services to children (birth to school age) who are blind or visually impaired. It is the only agency of its kind in Kentucky or Indiana.


Wellspring
Phone: 502-637-4361
Website: www.wellspring-house.org
Provides a range of housing and recovery-oriented supportive services for adults with mental illness. Services include crisis stabilization, case management, peer support and behavioral health therapy.


Wesley House Community Services
Phone: 502-968-8231
Website: www.wesleyhouseky.org
Provides childcare, youth services, computer education, English as a second language, a gently used store, and free tax assistance.


YMCA of Greater Louisville, Inc.
Phone: 502-587-9622
Website: www.ymcalouisville.org
Community-based programs that nurture the healthy development of children, encourage positive behavior in teens, give families the support they need to succeed, and create an environment of safer and healthier neighborhoods. Programs include leadership development, healthy actions, childcare and social services.

Community Partners

Center For Non-Profit Excellence
Phone: 502-315-CNPE
Website: www.cnpe.org
A nonprofit support management organization dedicated to being a resource for the success of the nonprofit sector in the Greater Louisville and Southern Indiana metro area.


Coalition for the Homeless
Phone: 502-636-9550
Website: http://louhomeless.org/
The primary advocacy, education and coordination agency for the homeless of Louisville, it is the umbrella organization for the area's homeless shelters and agencies and 8,000 plus homeless persons.


Louisville Asset Building Coalition
Phone: 502-882-5490
Website: www.labcservices.org
Promotes financial stability by providing moderate/low income residents with free tax preparation and linkages to other asset building products like reduced fee banking.


Louisville Education Employment Partnership
Phone: 502 485-3787
Website: www.jefferson.kyschools.us/student-support/LEEP
Strives to reduce the high school dropout rate by monitoring student attendance, behavior, and progress in earning academic credits while providing college and career readiness training. Activities focus on four areas: academic support, development of life skills, employment readiness, and leadership/community involvement.



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