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Lexington Leadership Foundation
Lexington Leadership Foundation believes that how we engage people and challenges will impact the future success and cohesiveness of Lexington. LLF sees the city, especially urban neighborhoods as places of promise and possibility, opportunity and faith, rather than risk and uncertainty. With leadership at its core, the wheel of change is fueled by three strategic functions- engaging people of faith and good will, building capacity of others and developing joint initiatives.
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!
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.
Legal Aid of the Bluegrass
We resolve the most important problems of low income and other vulnerable people by providing high quality legal assistance through direct representation, education, advice, advocacy and coordination with other community resources. We envision a community where all are treated with dignity, respect and fairness and do not lack the basic necessities of life.
Clark County Community Services
The mission of Clark County Community Services (CCCS) is to provide a central location where individuals and families can receive assistance in time of crises, and to empower responsive families toward self-sufficiency. CCCS is a local organization responsive to the basic needs of low-income individuals and families in Clark County.
Refuge for Women Central Kentucky
Refuge for Women is the country's largest long-term recovery program for women who have been sexually trafficked and exploited. 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 and social media safety.
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.
Winchester Clark County Farmers Market
We are the only Kentucky Proud Farmers Market serving Winchester and Clark County, KY. We provide the community with locally grown produce, meats, honey, baked goods, jams and jellies, sauces, flowers, and crafts. In season, all our produce, food products and crafts are provided by local growers and artisans. We sponsor many events throughout the season, including a Kid's Bucks Day, Veggie Fest, Barbecue Festival, and a Fall Festival.
The mission of Natalie's Sisters is to extend hope, support and God's unconditional love to sexually exploited women through a first-touch approach providing respite, relationship and referrals to community resources. We serve sexually exploited women working or involved in: adult entertainment clubs street prostitution online escorting human trafficking
Friends & Vets Helping Pets
Friends & Vets Helping Pets provides financial assistance for lifesaving veterinary care for sick and injured pets of income-qualified families. 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.
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.
The Institute for Compassion in Justice
ICJ is an organization of attorneys devoted to building capacity for creative and sustaining legal and community based advocacy for young people and their families in Fayette County. As advocates we will work to provide legal representation at low or no cost, impact policy and share advances through education in the most critical areas impacting the well-being of Kentucky's children and young adults.
Lexington Community Radio
Lexington Community Radio is the voice of the people. Over 160 volunteers create thousands of hours of original content each year in English and in Spanish. We serve Lexington's urban neighborhoods--especially communities of color, Latinx communities, and LGBT communities whose experiences are not equitably represented in most local media. LCR also plays a critical public safety role by providing real-time information during severe weather, disasters, and other local emergencies.
Clark County Homeless Coalition
We empower the homeless through crisis housing, comprehensive case management, professional counseling, life skills, employment skills, and housing assistance. Each year we serve over 225 homeless men, women and families providing the skills and encouragement to achieve and maintain stable housing. Our Recovery Support Program also helps those in recovery to rebuild their lives. We provide support that continues long after the homeless are housed to ensure they remain housed.
Serve Kentucky Foundation
Serve Kentucky Foundation supports AmeriCorps National Service members and volunteers who are dedicated to meeting community needs such as providing drug resistance education, teaching and tutoring children, combatting homelessness, empowering victims of domestic violence, promoting post-secondary opportunities, offering financial literacy resources and assisting low-income elderly residents.