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Hospice Care Plus
Hospice Care Plus provides hospice and palliative care to patients regardless of their ability to pay. Our care team includes nurses, nurse aides, chaplains and social workers. We empower patients to live the highest quality of life, respecting their values, beliefs, needs and those of their families in the six-county area we serve. We also provide care at our Compassionate Care Center, which is a 12-room inpatient facility. We have been serving our community for more than 35 years.

Leeds Theater
Leeds Center for the Arts has been used by the community in Clark County for over 90 years. What started as a movie theater was converted to a community arts venue in the 1980s and strives to energize the community through the beauty and emotional power of the arts.

Shoulder to Shoulder Global
Shoulder to Shoulder Global serves the resource poor while offering learning opportunities for Kentucky students. Our partner clinic in Santo Domingo, Ecuador, provides health services to approximately 7,500 patients per year. Services include preventative and acute care, home health visits, dental care, childhood nutrition programs, and community and school-based health education.

Friends & Vets Helping Pets
Friends & Vets Helping Pets provides financial assistance for lifesaving veterinary care to sick and injured pets. We fund treatments for curable, lifesaving diseases and severe injuries such as tumors, broken bones, ambulatory care, expensive medication, special food and post-surgical prosthetics. We hope to solve the problem of families being forced, unnecessarily, to euthanize a family pet solely because of cost restraints.

Rowland Arts Center
Through the RAC, our goal is to encourage the young people in our community to DREAM BIG and prepare them for success in their middle and high school years. Our staff invest their time and energy as mentors, seeking first to offer an environment of safety and trust, then working intentionally to have meaningful conversations with the students. Our mentors identify areas of need for the students- physical, emotional, academic, and work to develop plans and programs to help meet these needs.

Josephine Sculpture Park
JSP features a rotating exhibit of 50 artworks on 20 acres of reclaimed farmland; providing creative experiences while conserving the beauty of Kentucky's rural landscape. We support the arts and expression and engage our community through hands-on exhibitions, tours, experiential festivals, conservation walks, theatrical productions, field trips, workshops and more.

Seedleaf
Seedleaf exists to nourish communities by growing and sharing food. For eleven years we have been working with our neighbors to increase the amount, affordability, nutritional value, and sustainability of food through our network of community gardens.

Central Kentucky Audubon Society
CKAS fosters environmental conservation by promoting the enjoyment, understanding, importance, and preservation of birds and their habitats. We are committed to improving and protecting habitat for birds and other wildlife and to involving Kentuckians of all ages in discovering the beauty of the natural world.

Lexington History Museum, Inc.
We preserve, protect and present Lexington's history through all media and in person.

Lady Veterans Connect Inc
LVC provides a transitional housing program for homeless women veterans where they can live for one year while receiving programs and counseling for healing and becoming productive citizens again.

Lighthouse Ministries
We are dedicated to physically, nutritionally, and spiritually serving ‚Äčthe homeless and low income population of Lexington and the Fayette County area. We offer prayer and counsel and serve free, warm meals daily through our Dining with Dignity ministry, where a speaker shares God's love with our guests before each meal. We equip people with adequate shoes through our Michael's Feet ministry. Lastly, we provide hygiene products to our neighbors in need through our Self Care ministry.

Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning
The Carnegie Center, winner of two national and several state and local awards for programming excellence, empowers people to explore and express their voices through imaginative learning and the literary arts. The Center is a regionally-respected leader in education outside the school systems, offering low-cost/free programs and scholarships to all in need. Whether it's K-12 tutoring in math or reading, a family literacy night, or fun educational workshops, we offer something for everyone!

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.

Goodwill Industries of Kentucky
Goodwill helps Kentuckians with disabilities or other challenges achieve and maintain employment to gain a better quality of life. With 64 stores and more than 1,200 employees, Goodwill provides job preparation and placement services for people who have disabilities or challenges such as a language barrier, criminal background, and limited education or work history. Through these services, Goodwill helps Kentuckians overcome barriers, with a focus on helping individuals climb out of poverty.

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!