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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer. The LLS mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the world and provides free information and support services support services.

Bluegrass Greensource
For 16 years, Bluegrass Greensource has empowered individuals, businesses, organizations, and communities with the tools they need to create a more sustainable Bluegrass. We do this in 20 counties through direct engagement of students and teachers, community members, businesses, and others who are invested in creating a more sustainable Central Kentucky.

Central Kentucky Riding for Hope
Central Kentucky Riding for Hope is dedicated to enriching the community by improving the quality of life and the health of children and adults with special physical, cognitive, emotional and social needs through therapeutic activities with the horse.

Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lexington
Through the power of volunteer advocacy, CASA of Lexington works to ensure all victims of child abuse and neglect are given a chance to thrive in a safe, permanent home. CASA's trained and supervised volunteers provide an independent voice for children by speaking for their best interests in the family court system.

Life Plan of Kentucky, Inc.
We provide professional trust services for people with disabilities, teach people about Medicaid Waivers, ABLE accounts and trusts that protect eligibility for disability benefits, serve as a referral source when needed, and work to create greater community awareness of the contributions people with disabilities make to society as a whole.

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.

Lexington Fairness
For 25 years, Lexington Fairness has been involved in advocating for the full social and legal acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community. Through education, outreach, and advocacy we have been at the forefront of the fight for equality in Lexington and Central Kentucky. Our programs offer this community another tool in the arsenal of standing against discrimination and hate.

Woodford Forward Foundation
By working with government officials and the community at large, the Woodford Forward Foundation provides education and outreach on land use advocacy for innovative development and redevelopment of our urban areas; adequate infrastructure for citizens and businesses; and the agricultural use of productive farmland throughout Woodford County. Through these efforts, the Foundation helps through education and outreach to promote the link between quality of life and economic development.

Hope Center
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.

Refuge for Women
Refuge for Women is the country's largest long-term recovery program for women who have been sexually trafficking and exploitation. Refuge for Women is expanding the fight against human trafficking to reach those most vulnerable - our students. Our newest prevention program aims to reach students across Lexington with an educational program about sexual social media safety.

Magoffin County Senior Citizens
We are a multi-focal point center. We provide services to the population who are sixty and older. A hot meal is served Monday-Friday at the congregate site and to a limited number of home bound clients. We provide transportation within our county at no cost to the participants. Our mission is to keep the elderly in their own homes as long as possible. We do this by coordinating with other agencies to see that all their daily assisted independent living needs are met.

Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate
We explain why the legacy of Henry Clay is still relevant and worth understanding. We preserve Clay's beloved "Ashland" as a testament to his life and his love of Kentucky. Even though he never became president, there are few politicians who have done more to shape the nation and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. We maintain the 17-acre estate as a park-like environment that is free and open to the public. And, we do so without government funding.

Chrysalis House, Inc.
Chrysalis House is Kentucky's oldest and largest licensed treatment program for women with substance use disorders, serving over 200 women and children annually. Chrysalis House provides case management, domestic violence counseling, vocational training and job placement assistance, medical care and children's services. Credentialed staff integrate mental health and substance abuse treatment using evidence-based practices.

Save the Grand Theatre, Inc.
To establish a multicultural and mixed-use center for performing arts, visual arts, film and public forums while actively serving the diversity of citizens within local and regional communities. With attention to sound management, we endeavor to create and preserve a distinctive and vibrant environment in which audiences enjoy aesthetic, cultural and educational enrichment through a wide array of arts programs.

Seedleaf exists to nourish communities by growing and sharing food. For ten years we have been working with our neighbors to increase the amount, affordability, nutritional value, and sustainability of food available to people at risk of hunger in Lexington.