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Baby Health Service, Inc.
Baby Health Service has been caring for children in Central Kentucky since 1914! We provide free preventative and primary healthcare to uninsured children. We work with families from near and far to get children into school and to support them in staying there by providing physicals, sick visits, and vaccinations. We also support children's mental well-being, dental health, and dietary educational needs. It has been our honor to care for children for over a century.
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.
Nurturing lives harmed by intimate partner abuse. Crisis intervention, support groups, legal advocacy, emergency shelter, economic justice, housing assistance. We do these things 24-hours a day because everyone has the right to healthy relationships. And we believe you want to live in a community that supports survivors.
One Parent Scholar House
One Parent Scholar House is a program for single parents who are full-time students in a post-secondary educational institution. The primary purpose of the program is to help parents and their young children develop the educational and family life skills needed to achieve self-sufficiency. Parents fulfill academic or vocational training coursework as full-time students, while the children attend the One Parent Scholar House Child Development Center, a Five-Star rated facility.
Hospice East, Inc.
Hospice East is a non-profit community based organization dedicated to serving terminally ill patients and their families in Clark and Powell Counties. Our professional staff provides physical, social, psychological, and spiritual care. We also provide bereavement counseling that is open to anyone in the community. Our Palliative Care Partners and community palliative programs offer services to chronically ill patients who may otherwise fall through the cracks of the healthcare system.
We guide missions and wilderness experiences throughout Kentucky that grow faith in action. We engage participants in service and adventure, train young adults to guide these experiences, and assist community members with practical service.
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!
Newton's Attic is dedicated to providing students with highly unusual educational experiences and providing STEM (Science Technology, Engineering Mathematics) educational resources to parents, students and teachers. Our mission is to stimulate interest in science and engineering through exciting hands-on projects, classes and summer camps.
Friedell Committee for Health System Transformation
The Friedell Committee provides an independent citizen's voice advocating for an effective, coordinated, accountable health system to make Kentucky "Healthier, Wealthier & Wiser."
Lexington Public Library Foundation
Lexington Public Library Foundation funds innovation within our public library system. The Library's vision is a community engaged in a lifetime of discovery. Donations do not fund library operations, meaning that 100% of your gift is used to create change by adding new services, programs, facilities, or technology. Because the Library serves all people, businesses and organizations, your charitable donation to the Library Foundation is quite literally a gift to our entire community.
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.
Kentucky Interpreter and Translator Association
KITA provides educational opportunities and a forum for interpreters and translators to exchange ideas and experiences. It promotes the importance of quality translation and interpretation services by fundraising to provide scholarships for bilingual individuals to take the Core Medical Interpreter Training, a certificate program. KITA strives to educate individuals about their rights to an interpreter and language access to services from any organization who receives federal funding.
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 than 80 local feeding programs throughout Central Kentucky.
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.
Mentors & Meals
Enhancing academic achievement in middle school students through mentoring. Mentors & Meals is an inter-generational, after- school tutoring program utilizing high school mentors, college interns and adult volunteers. The program is available Monday through Thursday from 3:00-6:00 p.m. plus one "Fun Friday" or field trip per month. Snacks and hot meals are provided daily.