|Donate||Central Kentucky Cares Fund
CKCF is activating our Disaster Relief fund, Central Kentucky Cares, as an opportunity for our community to join together for the COVID-19 crisis. Central Kentucky Cares Fund will rapidly deploy resources through nonprofit organizations to support people directly affected by the COVD-19 crisis. The goal of this Fund is to attract and provide financial assistance to help communities, households, and people who are disproportionately impacted by the virus and its economic consequences. Grants will be administered by the CKCF Grants Committee in conjunction with funding partners and community agencies.
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|Donate||Financial Foundation Fund
The Financial Foundations Fund supports students with quality financial education, equipping them with knowledge and resources improving their chances for success and the economic well-being of our communities.
|Donate||Youth Sports Fund of Hardin County
Encourages and supports youth participation in recreational sports, making opportunities available to any player, regardless of financial situation. This fund offers scholarships for registration fees and equipment.
|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?
|Donate||Kacy Lee Johnson Memorial Scholarship Fund
Kacy Lee Johnson, 29, of Bardstown, died unexpectedly Saturday June 13, 2020 at Norton Brownsboro Hospital following a very brief illness. She was born January 13, 1991 to Brenda McCubbins Johnson and the late George Johnson. Kacy was employed as a registered nurse in the trauma intensive care unit at UofL Hospital, and was a former employee of SpecialPets Healthcare, Nelson County EMS and Flaget Hospital Emergency Department. She was an honor graduate of the University of Louisville School of Nursing and was only two months away from receiving the Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree from UofL. That degree will be awarded posthumously. Kacy was a true professional caring for her patients from her days as an EMT and throughout her nursing career. She precepted many of her co-workers and touched so many lives in the medical world and beyond. Kacy met the love of her life, Brad Hogg, when she was the maid of honor in her best friend’s wedding and he was the best man in his best friend’s wedding. It was a true storybook romance and they were married on October 22, 2016. They enjoyed traveling, entertaining friends and family, and spoiling their beloved cats. Kacy also enjoyed horseback riding, swimming, and swim team competitions, and playing her favorite game of cards, Rook. She had a soft spot in her heart for shelter animals and believed in adopting them. Kacy loved having political discussions to share her conservative point of view. And she enjoyed nothing more then spending time with her husband, family, and friends.
|Donate||Martha Jane Hamilton Nursing Scholarship
The Martha Jane Hamilton Memorial Nursing Scholarship honors her life of service as a nurse and to training and mentoring nursing students. The scholarship awards to students from Meade County pursuing a degree in nursing at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.
|Donate||Mike and Sharon Bell Scholarship Fund
Fifty years ago, Mike and Sharon began their ministry to the congregation at Glendale Christian Church. Little did anyone realize the gift our community received when the church called Mike and Sharon. Each day they actively invested themselves in helping others. Countless lives have been touched and blessed by their love and generosity. They planted the seeds of a better life and a better community by the examples they gave us. This year in gratitude of their 50 years of service, Glendale Christian Church established the Mike and Sharon Bell Scholarship to ensure their legacy of kindness endures. It’s a tribute to both their passion for the church and their passion for the people of our community, for their service went beyond the church.