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Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation
The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation raises much needed funds for the programs and services of CHI Saint Joseph Health. Our focus areas are Lexington, Berea, Mount Sterling, London, and Jessamine County.

Josephine Sculpture Park
We are free and open 365 days per year, providing accessible opportunities for thousands of families to explore contemporary art and nature in central KY, while supporting over 100 artists across disciplines through exhibitions, residencies and community workshops annually.

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.

GleanKY gathers and redistributes excess fresh fruits and vegetables to nourish Kentucky's hungry. Staff and volunteers visit farms, groceries, orchards, farmers' markets, and home gardens to harvest or collect their excess produce and deliver it directly to a network of more than100 local feeding programs throughout Central Kentucky.

The Plantory
The Plantory is a nonprofit coworking space with a mission to cultivate a more sustainable and more effective nonprofit sector in Lexington. Through a variety of programs and community connections, we bolster collaborative efforts to make Lexington a more socially just city where all members of our community feel welcomed, empowered, and celebrated.

St. Agatha Academy
St. Agatha Academy is a vibrant learning community anchored in Christ. We are a Catholic school within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lexington. We offer a classical liberal arts education program beginning with Montessori preschool, Montessori Kindergarten, elementary program (grades 1-5), and middle school program (grades 6-8). Our vision is that we will continue the quality education that has been a consistent hallmark of the Academy since 1919.

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.

Bluegrass Heritage Museum
The Bluegrass Heritage Museum brings the history of the area to life by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting objects valuable to the history of Winchester, Clark County, and the region. We offer three floors filled with continually evolving galleries focusing on agriculture, Civil War and other military history, instrument-maker Homer Ledford and more.

Moveable Feast Lexington, Inc.
Moveable Feast Lexington prepares and delivers to the door a hot, nutritious meal five days a week to low-income people in Lexington-Fayette County who have HIV/AIDS or are on Hospice Care for any reason. We also feed their caregivers and all dependent children in their homes.

F.E.E.D-Fayette Eating, Education & Delivery
FEED offers financial resources and volunteer support to Fayette County Public Schools to provide weekend bags of food to children in need. These financial resources are provided on an application basis to help "fill in the gaps" in existing backpack food programs. Bags typically contain shelf stable milk, fruit, vegetable, protein, grain, and various snacks. One bag of food costs approximately $6.00, with shelf stable milk being the most expensive item.

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 arboretum that is free and open to the public. And, we do so without government funding.

Friends of Hemp
Friends of Hemp is growing the U.S. agricultural hemp industry through education and opportunity. We focus on building market demand which directly benefits the American farmer. Our primary focus is the Hemp Feed Coalition, which seeks to improve access of hemp as an animal feed. Donate during the GOOD GIVING CHALLENGE December 3rd-9th and have your dollars matched!

Downtown Frankfort, Inc.
To foster a vibrant historic downtown by facilitating improved infrastructure, aesthetics, and building integrity; encouraging a progressive business environment; and promoting quality arts, cultural, and community activities.

Holly Rood
Holly Rood is a two hundred year old house which belongs to the people of Clark County and Kentucky. It was built as a home for James and Susan Clark with construction beginning in 1812 and completed in 1814. James later became the Governor of Kentucky. The house has seen the Civil War, two World Wars, the sinking of the Titanic, Rock & Roll and has survived it all! Holly Rood is used to promote the understanding of our local history, while being actively involved in the present.

Bluegrass Council-Boy Scouts Of America
Scouts from areas as widespread as Lexington, Georgetown, Winchester, Maysville, Pikeville, Barbourville, and Somerset call the Blue Grass Council home. For nearly a hundred years, the Blue Grass Council has continuously served youth and supported the Scouting movement across 55 counties in central and eastern Kentucky. For the over 6,800 youth served by the council, Scouting is an exciting adventure which they get to live.