|Donate||Aaron Reding Memorial Fund
The Aaron Reding Memorial Fund was established by his close friends to ensure a legacy honoring his love for family and friends, his dedication and servant leadership for the industry of agriculture, his perseverance to overcome whatever obstacles he was faced with, and his desire to always put the needs of others above his own. Aaron's long battle with ALS taught all he knew the importance of maintaining a positive attitude and not letting our circumstances define our path in life. The funds will be used to provide opportunities to develop young leaders in agriculture.
|Donate||Central Kentucky Cares Fund
CKCF is activating our Disaster Relief fund, Central Kentucky Cares, as an opportunity for our community to support our fellow Kentuckians devasted by the recent tornadoes. All gift to Central Kentucky Cares through December 31 will be directed to our fellow Community Foundations in those areas who are working to provide direct support to the communities where they live and work.
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Get Ready! Camp provides a unique learning experience for children and parents to discover how they can easily learn together. This age, birth to 5 years old, is a crucial time in a child’s development, so we invest in exceptional early educational opportunities for this age group. The future of our communities depends upon this investment.
|Donate||M.A.D.E. (Making a Difference Everyday) to fund projects through Granted
Do we always know what areas of support our community will need the most next month? Next year? Of course not! That's where the MADE Fund really shines. It’s because of uncertain times like this that we created the MADE Fund many years ago. This Fund provides flexible financial support through our Granted program to trusted nonprofit partners across the region who are working to enhance our communities. The Fund is able to be nimble in response to addressing our community’s most pressing and emerging needs, specifically as needs arise with our most vulnerable citizens.
|Donate||Home of Philanthropy Capital Campaign
Although construction is done, the capital campaign is not. Our goal is to raise $1.3 million of the $3 million project costs through philanthropy. With leadership contributions, along with other generous gifts from community leaders, the capital campaign has now surpassed $800,000 raised. Will you join us to build hope for the future through the Home of Philanthropy?