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Partners In Education of Clark County
Our mission is to enhance the quality of instructional services provided to students through the use of school volunteers and business partners. We currently have 26 partners with a total of 170 volunteers serving over 2500 students in the Clark County School System and are always striving for more.

Lex-Care is an organization that connects service providers dedicated to addressing the unmet needs of the community through emergency funding, in-kind assistance, and education, in partnership with other agencies. Lex-Care was established in 1987 and is a completely volunteer run organization that helps with financial assistance, transportation, and diapers for families in need.

AdventureServe Ministries
We guide missions and wilderness experiences throughout Kentucky that grow faith in action. We engage participants in service and adventure, train young adults to guide these experiences, and assist community members with practical service.

Kentucky Resources Council, Inc.
Kentucky Resources Council, Inc., is Kentucky's statewide organization providing environmental monitoring, legal, and strategic assistance without charge to individuals and community groups. We believe that every Kentuckian has a right to clean air, clean water, and land free of pollution, and that we are stewards of our world, accountable to each other and to our children's children for the choices we make.

Pride Community Services Organization
PCSO creates safe spaces where every LGBTQ+ Kentuckian is celebrated and supported. We protect and support LGBTQ+ youth, elders, and those in between. Our free services include support and social groups, a meal program, community referrals, a library, wifi, meeting and drop-in space, a monthly magazine, and a directory of affirming businesses. We produce the Lexington Pride Festival and help keep a sense of Pride alive all year long for those we serve through our free programs and services.

Urban League of Lexington
The Urban League: LIVE | LEARN | LEAD LIVE: Affordable Housing Providing a safe and affordable place for families to live that allows students to focus on their academics. LEARN: Youth and Workforce Development Providing job training, college and career readiness, college scholarships and reducing youth violence. LEAD: Advocating for equality and equity. Developing leaders and advocating on behalf of low-income families for social and economic equality.

New Life Homeless Day Center (NLDC)
Our goal is an out of the weather, off the streets peaceful refuge where we can be a "connecting point" to jobs, housing, and other services to get homeless clients permanently off the streets.

Revive Life House
The Revive Life House is a recovery program that through Jesus Christ reclaims, strengthens and establishes men for life. We offer a 30-day program that includes clinical counseling and program classes, as well as in-depth 7 month program.

Paws 4 The Cause
Paws 4 the Cause serves the homeless and injured animal population of Central Kentucky. We are a 100% No-Kill Non-Profit Animal Rescue that relies on our volunteers and the generosity of our donors to complete our mission, which includes receiving animals from high-risk situations who are facing life threatening illness, injury or euthanasia. Most of our animals come from the rural shelters of Kentucky, or are surrendered voluntarily by people for various reasons.

Dress for Success Lexington
The mission of Dress for Success Lexington is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the development tools to help them thrive in work and in life. Since 2013, the organization has served over 900 women from a variety of backgrounds, ranging in age from 15-81, in our suiting services, Career Center, mentoring programs and workshops. Women are referred from over 30 referral agencies we've partnered with in the community.

Primate Rescue Center Inc.
Apes and monkeys have been used as lab subjects, entertainment animals, and even been unsuccessfully tried as household pets for decades. As a result, many apes and monkeys have suffered emotional and physical traumas and need our help! Fortunately, our sanctuary provides a rehabilitative, quiet safe haven for these wonderful animals for the rest of their lives. We care for nearly fifty primates, including 9 chimpanzees and 38 monkeys and lesser apes.

Wilderness Trace Child Development Center
Happy environment, little red walkers and the sweetest smiles: WTCDC provides early intervention for children with diverse abilities to reach their full potential. Ages birth/five participate in preschool and therapy to create skills we often take for granted: swallowing, standing, and speaking. Relying upon grants, special events, and dedicated neighbors, we invite you to join our family!

Swimchester Sailfish, Inc.
The Swimchester Sailfish is "your hometown swim team"! Swimchester is a USA competitive swim team. Founded by a group of parents who saw a different vision of USA swimming, the Sailfish offer year-round training and competition for athletes of all ages and ability.

Arbor Youth Services
Arbor Youth Services provides a safe and supportive environment for unaccompanied youth (from birth through 24 years of age) who have suffered abuse, neglect or are at-risk of being victimized and may be homeless. We provide emergency shelter the youth under 18, and we help youth over 18 transition out of homelessness. All the youth we serve find themselves homeless often at no-fault of their own, whether they've been removed from or kicked out of their home or have aged-out of foster care.

Easter Seals Cardinal Hill
Easter Seals Cardinal Hill operates these signature programs: (1) Adaptive Recreation (2) Adult Day Health and (3) Creative Beginnings Child Development Center (4) Bluegrass HorseAbility. Our programs meet the needs of children and adults with disabilities and their families in Kentucky.