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The mission of Woodford Theatre (WT) is to provide the best quality theatre in Central Kentucky by 1) involving volunteers in all aspects of our work, 2) utilizing a professionally trained staff to offer educational opportunities in theatrical arts to people of all ages, and 3) maintaining a sound business structure that is fiscally responsible. Our intention is to cultivate an appreciation for live theatre in our audiences as well as valuable and employable skills for our participants.
Child Development Center of the Bluegrass
OUR MISSION The Child Development Center of the Bluegrass is dedicated to ensuring that children with special needs reach their full potential by collaborating with families and community partners to create the highest quality home and community-based therapy services as well as preschool and child care programs that benefit both children with and without special needs.
The North Limestone CDC's mission focuses on connecting neighbors with resources and opportunities, and creating programs for equitable community development, focusing on the three areas of Community & Cultural Initiatives, Economic Opportunity, and Housing Design & Construction.
Surgery on Sunday, Inc.
Surgery on Sunday is a not-for-profit organization that provides essential outpatient surgeries to income-eligible, uninsured or under-insured individuals who do not qualify for federal or state assistance. Even with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, many people are still not able to procure health insurance. Some who do have deductibles so high that they are unable to take advantage of their policy's benefits. We exist to provide surgical care for these members of our community.
Community Arts Center (Danville)
We're proud to be the artistic epicenter of our community, providing easy and affordable access to high-quality arts experiences for children and adults. The adaptive reuse of the historic federal building places the Community Arts Center at the intersection of history, art, and culture for our region. Join us!
Friends of Hemp
Friends of Hemp is growing the U.S. industrial hemp industry through education and opportunity. We are improving access to education, producer grants and small-business grants. Formerly Kentucky Hemp Research Foundation, we collaborate with local and national organizations to enhance market development of the re-emerging hemp industry.
Arts Commission of Danville/Boyle County
The Commission believes there is a little bit of artist in everyone. We believe in providing arts opportunities for children and adults so that no one is held back due to financial need. Whether a person wants to take a class in book making, cell phone photography or learn to quilt, they can experience and develop a new skill and have fun!
Scott County Humane Society
We work to save and better lives through successful cat and dog foster and adoption programs, a pet food bank, spay and neuter programs, Kind Kids educational program, and our Adoption and Education Center in Georgetown. Our goals are to save more lives through spay and neuter, adoption placement and through providing educational resources to help homes keep their pets forever so no pet ever finds itself homeless or with their life in jeopardy.
Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
Philanthropic support is essential for the Kentucky Horse Park to continue operating as a working horse farm, a world-renowned competition facility and an international center for equine education. The Foundation supports the work of the Kentucky Horse Park by providing annual operating support, and funding special projects and educational programs.
Common Good CDC
Our Mission at Common Good exists to advance the wholistic community development in North Lexington through leadership, education, recreation, and spiritual formation. Common Good's vision is for our community to live into its God-given potential evidenced by thriving children, strong families, and flourishing neighborhoods. We partner with parents and schools to make sure students are supported in all aspects of their lives.
Dress for Success Lexington
The mission of Dress for Success Lexington is to empower women by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the development tools to help them thrive in work and in life. In 4 short years over 650 women, who've ranged in age from 16-72 with a variety of backgrounds, have been served through our suiting program, in our Career Center, or through our various workshops. The women come by referral from over 30 referral agencies we've partnered with in the community.
The Hope Center's mission is to care for homeless and at-risk persons by providing life-rebuilding services. For twenty years we have focused on the root causes of individual homelessness, such as addiction, mental illness, lack of skills or the need to connect with the appropriate resources. The Hope Center is much more than just a shelter. It is a multi-location, comprehensive social service agency delivering a variety of programs to help people get off the street and stay off the street.
Providence Montessori School
Providence Montessori School provides a quality environment that is holistic in its approach, which unleashes in our children their natural curiosity, their intrinsic desire for life-long learning and their innate ability to be citizens who better our world community.
Wilderness Trace Child Development Center
Sunny yellow walls, 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!
Hope Spay Neuter Clinic
The mission of the HOPE Spay Neuter Clinic is to end the overpopulation and unnecessary euthanasia of companion animals through high quality, high volume, low cost spay neuter services, education and community involvement. Since opening in 2010 we have performed almost 14,000 surgeries on animals from 65 Kentucky counties putting a huge dent in the high euthanasia rates across the state.