The 2017 Guide to Giving and Statewide Charity Resource Directory

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THE CHEERFUL GIVER


Table of Contents

The KECC Charities

A message from 2017 KECC Chair
Lieutenant Governor Jenean Hampton


Commonwealth of Kentucky
Office of the Lieutenant Governor

Dear Public Servants of Kentucky,

I am honored to serve as 2017 Chair of the Kentucky Employees Charitable Campaign (KECC). Giving of one’s time, talent and treasure is humbling and rewarding for both the giver and receiver, that’s why I selected “The Cheerful Giver” as this year’s campaign theme.

In our various public service roles, we help Kentuckians every day. The KECC provides other opportunities to assist, with over one thousand charities to choose from. Your voluntary, generous donation will be used in Kentucky communities to help provide medical care to children, feed and house families in need, conduct cancer research, and much more.

Thank you for considering this wonderful program. You can now donate through an easy, online process. Any size donation, given with joy, will lift spirits, encourage others, and spark a smile. I hope you find space in your heart and budget this year to give willingly, generously – cheerfully - to the KECC.

Sincerely,



Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton
2017 KECC Chair


Did you know?

Your payroll deduction pledge can be spread over an entire year? A $240 pledge is just $10 a pay period! There’s no easier way to give...

  • $50 per paycheck can provide 80 parents with curricula to complete 12 weeks of parent education and support programs
  • $25 per paycheck can cover the cost of converting a child’s wheelchair to one that will expand and fit the child as they grow
  • $15 per paycheck can provide 1,500 Kentuckians with resources to identify, report and prevent child abuse and neglect
  • $10 per paycheck can provide 20 square feet of rolled insulation to keep a family safe, warm, and dry
  • $8 per paycheck can allow 64 opportunities for parents to attend parent education classes by covering transportation costs
  • $6 per paycheck can provide Beginner’s Balance Beam for children struggling with mobility issues
  • $3 per paycheck can provide a cleanup kit and three cases of water during disaster relief efforts



YES! I want to help my fellow Kentuckians.

  • Electronic pledging via payroll deduction is provided in the Employee Self Service (ESS) portal of the Kentucky Human Resource Information System (KHRIS). For those needing a paper form, a download link is provided in ESS. You can also print a pledge form at KECC.org.
  • Most people like to give through payroll deduction. It’s easy and lets you spread your gift over the course of a whole year.
  • Contributions may also be made by cash or check. Just print a pledge form and attach your donation. Checks should be made payable to: KECC (or Kentucky Employees Charitable Campaign).
  • Remember that your contribution to KECC may be tax-deductible (check with your accountant to make sure).

Why the KECC Charities?
The KECC Charities undergo rigorous scrutiny by the Personnel Cabinet and have met stringent guidelines. They are well-managed and accountable and they help people right here in the Commonwealth. These federations represent over a thousand charitable programs, and when you flip through the following pages, you will find that they touch all our lives.

Whether you know someone struggling to regain mobility after an accident, a family member who recently lost their job, a loved one who is suffering from Alzheimer's Disease, or you want to make sure your kids start school ready to succeed...your pledge can help make the difference.

Most importantly, 100% of collected pledges goes directly to help others when you give to one of the partner charities.



Frequently Asked Questions:

    Can I give to other charities?
    Yes, however, since the partner charities pay all KECC expenses, there is a 10 percent fee charged to non-partner charities to help offset the processing costs of these pledges. To avoid this, you may wish to donate directly to that charity or consider giving to one of the KECC partner charities.
    You may direct your gift to any 501(c)(3) organization by providing KECC with their address when pledging. To help hold down administrative costs, these gifts to other “write-in” charities must be at least a $50 cash gift or a payroll gift of $3 per paycheck.

    Why should I release my name?
    When KECC sends payment to the charity of your choice, we only share your contact information if you give us permission to release it when pledging. If your pledge is directed to one or all of the KECC Charities, they will not use or release your information in any way other than to thank you.

    What is ‘pledge loss,’ and how does it affect my payroll deduction donation?
    Sometimes state employees make good-faith payroll deduction pledges to various charities through KECC, but are unable to fulfill them. In most cases, these employees retire or change careers before their payroll deduction pledge is fulfilled. Because of this, KECC does not receive the full donation. The campaign cannot pass along funds it does not collect to the charities; therefore, all the charities share the actual amount of the pledge loss on payroll deduction pledges. The percent uncollected each year is small, averaging eight percent.

    When will the charity of my choice receive the contributions I make?
    Cash pledges are sent in the first quarter following the end of the campaign. Because payroll deduction allows you to spread your donation over the course of a year, we put your gift to use right away -- donations to the partner charities or any agency they support are sent quarterly. Other “write-in” designations will be sent once all of the payroll deductions have been collected.



Be a Leader!

One percent is all it takes to become a leadership giver! Every donation changes lives, but as you decide how you want to pledge this year, please consider joining the leadership circle. The chart below shows just how little it takes to make a big difference through leadership giving.

1% Leadership Giving By Salary Amount
  • For those making $25,000 per year, a 1% gift is just $10.42 per period or $250.08
  • For those making $30,000 per year, a 1% gift is just $12.50 per period or $300.00
  • For those making $35,000 per year, a 1% gift is just $14.59 per period or $350.16
  • For those making $40,000 per year, a 1% gift is just $16.67 per period or $400.08
  • For those making $45,000 per year, a 1% gift is just $18.75 per period or $450.00

Want to do more?

Become a Cornerstone Society Member.
If you want to make an even bigger difference in your community, KECC has a unique leadership program just for you. It’s called the Cornerstone Society. Any pledge of $1,000 or more is considered a Cornerstone Gift. That’s just $41.67 or more per paycheck. Pledge online or talk to your KECC coordinator about obtaining a Cornerstone Society pledge form, fill it out, and turn it in. It’s that easy, and it will help so many!

Give Wisely!

Below you will find information on hundreds of agencies you can support through the KECC! Whether you donate to one of the eight federated charities, or one of the many agencies they fund, you are sure to find a cause that matches your passion!

Get informed! Agencies listed include the following information for your convenience:
  • 1) Agency Name
  • 2) EIN: The Employer Identification Number, or EIN, is a unique nine‐digit number assigned by the Internal Revenue Service to business and non‐profit entities which donors can use to research the agency of their choice.
  • 3) 25‐word statement of activities: Example: Agency provides service A, service B and service C to help individuals and families facing problem Q achieve outcome X, outcome Y and outcome Z.
  • 4) Percent of total expenses devoted to organization administration: XX.X% NOTE: Donor giving guides such as Guidestar.org, Charity Navigator and the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance each identify that agency effectiveness is not accurately measured using this figure alone. Get informed and give wisely!

Questions? Get the facts! Call us at 502-589-2296.

American Cancer Society

EIN: 13-1788491 - The American Cancer Society saves lives and creates more birthdays by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back. 18.0%

MAKING A DIFFERENCE to help save lives from cancer in Kentucky.


The American Cancer Society’s mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer. The American Cancer Society (ACS) is working toward a world free from the pain and suffering of cancer. With care, empathy, courage, determination, and innovation, there’s hardly a person or family that hasn’t benefited, directly or indirectly, from our work.


We’re here for you 24 / 7 at www.cancer.org or by phone at 1-800-227-2345


ACS @ WORK IN KENTUCKY

Helping People Facing Cancer Today
  • More than 4,200 requests from people looking for information, help, and support via phone, email, and online chats
  • Patient navigators helped guide more than 700 patients through the health care system
  • Nearly 16,700 nights of free or reduced cost lodging
  • More than 4,600 rides to and from treatment
  • Helped nearly 530 people manage the appearance-related side effects of treatment
Helping People Take Steps to Stay Healthy
  • Since 2011, funded $185,000 through our CHANGE grant program, which is helping to reduce the unequal burden of cancer
  • Received more than 24,400 visits to cancer.org from residents in Kentucky
  • In 2015, 456 women were navigated to breast cancer screening and 208 individuals were navigated to colorectal cancer screening by community health advisors
Finding Cancer’s Causes and Cures
  • More than $5.6 million in cancer research grants are currently being funding in Kentucky

RIDES
$15 could help provide a ride during treatment or to a follow-up appointment.

INFORMATION
$20 could help one person get free information, support, and access to resources through our 24-helpline at 1-800-227-2345 or via live chat at cancer.org.

SUPPORT
$35 could help provide a breast cancer patient with one-on-one peer support from a breast cancer survivor.

LODGING
$50 could help provide patients and caregivers with a night of free lodging when they have to travel for cancer treatment.

EMPOWERMENT
$100 could help one woman attend a workshop to feel more empowered and confident in dealing with appearance-related side effects from treatment.

NAVIGATION
$500 could help provide three newly diagnosed cancer patients with a trained navigator to help remove barriers and guide them through cancer treatment.

YOUR DOLLARS MAKE A DIFFERENCE.



Christian Appalachian Project

EIN: 61-0661137 - CAP’s mission focuses on serving three primary groups: 1) children and families, 2) the elderly, and 3) individuals with disabilities. CAP has grown to touch the lives of more than one million people each year. 13.0%

For more than 50 years, Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) has directly impacted the lives of children and their families, the elderly, and individuals with disabilities in Eastern Kentucky.


YOU are compassionately impacting the lives of people in need in Appalachia!


Building hope, transforming lives, and sharing Christ’s love through service in Appalachia.




Some of our direct services include:
Early Childhood Development
In-home Respite Care
Prescription Assistance
Summer Camp
Youth Leadership Training
Housing Repair
Food Pantry
Thrift Store
Elderly Services
Disaster Relief
Counseling Services



HUNGER RELIEF
The food insecurity rate in CAP’s service area is 17.9%. We are committed to ensuring that children and their families, the elderly, and individuals with disabilities in the region do not go without food, clothing, and other essential items. Grateful Bread Food Pantry, Grateful Threadz Thrift Store, and Operation Sharing are making a positive and lasting difference in the lives of people in need in Appalachia by helping them meet their most basic needs.

HOUSING
The substandard housing rate in Eastern Kentucky is 46%. Our Housing Program provides home repair and reconstruction services to participants on a year-round basis, providing safe, warm, and dry housing for families and individuals who otherwise could not afford adequate living conditions.

CHILD DEVELOPMENT
In a region with relatively few high-quality child development centers, our Child and Family Development Centers create a place for local children that is safe and educational. Both of CAP’s centers are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and are among the highest rated centers in Kentucky’s early childhood rating system, “STARS for KidsNow.” Children who learn to feel positively about themselves and gain a sense of responsibility for their families and their peers will be more likely to realize their full potential as teenagers and adults.

Contact Us:
Christian Appalachian Project

2528 Palumbo Drive
Lexington, KY 40509
866.270.4227 (Toll Free)

KECC Representative
Elizabeth James
ejames@chrisapp.org
For more information, please visit christianapp.org


Community Health Charities

EIN 13-6167225 - Partnering with America’s most trusted health charities to deliver credible health in-formation, community- focused volunteer activities, and efficient charitable giving to employees in the workplace. 7.1%

Building Stronger, Healthier Communities Together
Community Health Charities is a nonprofit that raises awareness and resources for health and wellness by connecting nearly 2,000 of the most trusted health charities across the United States, including 30+ members in Kentucky, with more than 17 million caring donors through workplace giving campaigns, causes, wellness programs, employee engagement, and strategic partnerships. Health has never been such a priority: 77% of U.S. workers suffer from at least one long-term health condition, ranging from cancer to asthma – chances are someone you know, like Colton, is affected.

Meet Colton: Getting Well Because You Care
Doctors discovered Colton suffered from a high grade glioma tumor in September 2015, and he underwent brain surgery at his local hospital. Colton’s family then turned to our national hospital and re-search facilities for his continuing treatment.

“They spare no expense,” said Colton’s mom, Colleen. “It doesn’t matter the cost, they’re going to do what’s in the best interest of my child. The attitude is not to wait and see if something happens, but rather to make sure nothing happens.”




Supporting the causes you care about most.
800-654-0845
HEALTHCHARITIES.ORG



Community Health Charities' Members

ALS Association, Kentucky Chapter
EIN: 94-3124729 - Leading the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support. 39.4%

Alzheimer's Association, Greater Kentucky & Southern Indiana Chapter
EIN: 13-3039601 - The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care and support and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research. 10.5%

American Diabetes Association, Kentucky, Louisville
EIN: 13-1623888 - Committed to finding a cure for diabetes, improving care and providing information and support to help Stop Diabetes® through research, community programs and advocacy. 14.1%

American Heart Association, Great Rivers Affiliate, Kentucky, Lexington
EIN: 13-5613797 - Dedicated to building lives free of cardiovascular disease and stroke through education, research, advocacy and outreach through community programs, helping people live longer, healthier lives. 24.9%

American Lung Association in Kentucky
EIN: 31-4379531 - Dedicated to helping Midlanders breathe easier by fighting lung disease, preventing smoking, managing asthma, and improving air quality through education, community service, advocacy, and research 13.5%

Arthritis Foundation, Great Lakes Region, Kentucky
EIN: 58-1341679 - The Arthritis Foundation is the champion of Yes. The Foundation helps conquer battles through life-changing information and resources, access to care and advancements in science. 24.9%

Children's Hospital Foundation, Kentucky
EIN: 61-6027530 - To raise funds and generate support for Kosair Children's Hospital a 267-bed pediatric hospital providing tertiary care of acutely-ill children regardless of ability to pay. 19.1%

Colon Cancer Alliance
EIN: 86-0947831 - Our mission is to knock colon cancer out of the top three cancer killers. We are doing this by championing prevention, funding research, & providing patient support. 19.2%

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America, Kentucky Chapter
EIN: 13-6193105 - Our mission is to cure Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. 18.6%

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Kentucky/West Virginia Chapter
EIN: 13-1930701 - The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to cure cystic fibrosis and provide all people with CF the opportunity to lead full, productive lives. 14.4%

Gilda's Club Louisville, Kentucky
EIN: 20-1635170 - Gilda's Club Louisville's mission is to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community. 18%

Huntington's Disease Society of America, Kentucky Chapter
EIN: 61-1201049 - Dedicated to providing education, support and research for Huntington's Disease, a hereditary degenerative brain disease. A service agency, serving the state of Kentucky. 0%

JDRF International, Kentucky Chapter
EIN: 23-1907729 - JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Our mission is to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications. 6.3%

Kentucky Lions Eye Foundation
EIN: 61-0516171 - We save sight through our mission to prevent and cure blindness by supporting eye research, providing vision screenings and operating an eye bank. 8.1%

Kids Cancer Alliance
EIN: 61-1256743 - Provides camp, recreational and support programs for children with cancer and their families to enhance quality of life. All programs are provided free of charge. 19%

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Kentucky & Southern Indiana Chapter
EIN: 13-5644916 - The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. 14.2%

Muscular Dystrophy Association, Louisville KY
EIN: 13-1665552 - Fighting neuromuscular diseases through worldwide research; providing comprehensive healthcare services and support to MDA families nationwide; and rallying communities through advocacy, fundraising and local engagement. 7.1%

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), Kentucky, Somerset
EIN: 61-1140329 - NAMI Kentucky coordinates a network of local affiliates to provide education, advocacy and support to individuals, family members and friends affected by mental illnesses. 15.2%

National Hemophilia Foundation, Kentucky
EIN: 61-0656750 - Assists individuals with hemophilia and similar bleeding disorders through education, advocacy, support services, and promotes research for a cure. 15%

National Kidney Foundation Serving Kentucky
EIN: 13-1673104 - We are the largest, most effective, and longstanding organization fighting kidney disease, a growing public health problem affecting 1 in 3 Americans and their families. 22.2%

National Multiple Sclerosis Society
EIN: 13-5661935 - People affected by MS can live their best lives as we stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever. 29%

National Stem Cell Foundation
EIN: 83-0392250 - Fund, promote and support collaboration in field of adult stem cell research. Fund early stage clinical trials. Improve people's lives worldwide. Make therapies universally accessible. 30%

Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana
EIN: 61-1367576 - To provide support services that improve the quality of life for people with Parkinson's disease, promote public awareness, and contribute to research for the cure. 44.3%

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana
EIN: 31-1053467 - Provides a "home away from home" for families of seriously ill children through the Ronald McDonald House and Ronald McDonald Family Room programs. 16.1%

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Bluegrass
EIN: 61-0986164 - Helps keep families together during a child's medical crisis. Existing solely on donations, our charity provides a safe and comfortable "home away from home". 25%

Special Olympics Kentucky
EIN: 61-0954571 - Provides year-round sports, health, and education programs for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them the opportunity to develop physically and socially. 24.5%

Spina Bifida Association of Kentucky
EIN: 31-1081176 - The Spina Bifida Association of Kentucky promotes the prevention of Spina Bifida and enhances the lives of all affected. 32.4%

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (serving Kentucky)
EIN: 35-1044585 - Researches and treats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Families never billed by St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food. Discoveries freely shared worldwide. 19%

Supplies Over Seas
EIN: 27-2624272 - SOS is a medical surplus recovery organization, partnering with hospitals and medical institutions to recover surplus medical supplies that would otherwise go into landfills. 5.5%

Susan G. Komen, Kentucky
EIN: 75-2855046 - Imagine life without breast cancer. We can make it a reality by racing for the cures and funding life-saving education and community health programs. 25.6%


Kosair Charities

EIN: 60-0514703 - Protects the health and well-being of children in Kentucky and Southern Indiana by providing financial support for clinical services, research, pediatric healthcare education, child advocacy. 8.1%

For more than 90 years, with the help of people like you, Kosair Charities has been helping kids across Kentucky and Southern Indiana, who have nowhere else to turn.

From our beginnings as Kosair Crippled Children Hospital to today, our focus has always been the same...

helping kids in need.

Last year, with the help of people like you, Kosair Charities assisted families in 29 Kentucky Counties and 10 counties in Southern Indiana.


Today kids need our help in different ways than they did back in 1923. So many of the treatments and therapies kids need to be healthy and successful take place outside the four walls of a hospital and in community-based programs that allow kids to be kids.

Kosair Charities keeps these programs thriving throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana by awarding millions of dollars in grants each year to worthy organizations.

Organizations like:
• Big Brothers Big Sisters
• CASA
• Home of the Innocents
• Hosparus
• Special Olympics

Kosair Charities has committed more than $29 million to research for:
• pediatric cancer
• birth defects
• pediatric heart disease
• spinal cord injury
• pediatric infectious diseases
• child neurology


What your gift can do:
  • $3 per paycheck - covers one session of speech, occupational or physical therapy for a child with disabilities.
  • $6 per paycheck – provides a T-stool stability cushion and Move and sit disk for children with autism, allowing them to work on balance and focus.
  • $10 per paycheck – covers a SPIO vest that helps children with anxiety, Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder and other needs become calm and focused both in therapies and in everyday life.
  • $15 per paycheck – covers auditory evaluations for children that are experiencing or showing signs of hearing impairment.
  • $25 per paycheck – covers the cost of converting a child’s current wheelchair to one that will expand and fit the child as they grow.
  • $50 per paycheck – covers the cost of a therapy cycle for a child with special needs.

CONTACT US
Kosair Charities
982 Eastern Parkway
P.O. Box 37370
Louisville, KY 40233-7370
Phone: 502.637.7696, 1.888.454.3752
Web: www.kosair.org




March of Dimes Kentucky

EIN: 13-1846366 - Mission to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality. March of Dimes CARES - Community, Advocacy, Research, Education, & Support. 24.0%

Our community CARES about moms and babies

The March of Dimes helps moms, babies and families by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. Our work involves constant collaboration to develop innovative breakthroughs that fight these problems at their source and in your community. This is crucial at our March of Dimes Prematurity Research Centers, scientific hubs where lifesaving research is funded and shared across centers, disciplines and even state lines. Together we’re finding answers that will help moms and babies today, tomorrow and in the future.

In Kentucky, more than 55,900 babies are born every year, and the
work of the March of Dimes touches each one of them, whether they are born
healthy, prematurely, with a birth defect or other health complications.

Each year in Kentucky:
• 6,026 babies are born preterm — that’s 1 in 9 babies born too soon.
• 1,696 babies are born with a birth defect.
• 356 babies die before reaching their first birthday.
• Prematurity and birth defects are the leading causes of infant mortality.
• The medical and societal cost of preterm birth is $311 million.


Through community service, advocacy, research, education and support, we are changing the lives of moms, babies and families across the country and in your community.


C

COMMUNITY
Our programs help moms-to-be in the United States have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies.

A

ADVOCACY
We advocate for legislation, services and programs that help moms in the United States get care and services to improve their health and the health of their babies.

R

RESEARCH
We research the serious problems that threaten our babies and work on treating and preventing them.

E

EDUCATION
From preconception health classes for families-to-be to continuing education for nurses, in every conceivable media, the March of Dimes provides resources to improve maternal and child health.

S

SUPPORT
Through our online community, and in hospitals in the United States, we offer comfort and information to families with a newborn in intensive care.

Local Programs:
  • March of Dimes supports smoking cessation across Kentucky by working with the State Department for Public Health to offer the Smoking Cessation and Reduction in Pregnancy Treatment (SCRIPT) Program to all health departments in Kentucky.
  • We also offer information and comfort to families with a baby in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) through our NICU Family Support® program in Louisville.

Kentucky March of Dimes Market Offices

Central/Eastern Kentucky & West Virginia Market
207 E. Reynolds Road, Suite 110
Lexington, KY 40517
859-402-1710

Greater Louisville Market
4802 Sherburn Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
502-895-3734

Southwest Indiana/Western Kentucky Market
600 N Weinbach, Suite 710
Evansville, IN 47711
270-993-7789

marchofdimes.org



Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky (The Kentucky Council on Child Abuse, Inc.)

EIN: 61-1111813 - Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky Providing statewide child abuse prevention services- public awareness campaigns, advocacy, parent education and support, professional training, technical assistance and community-based prevention programs. 7.7%

Know the facts:

  • 1 out of 5 girls and 1 out of 10 boys will be victims ofp child sexual abuse before their 18th birthday (NCVS, 2012).
  • Every 18 minutes in Kentucky, a child is found to be a victim of child abuse, neglect or in need of protective services (TWIST Data, 2016).


What is the solution:

Prevention works! It is the only cure. That is why, for 30 years, our efforts have focused exclusively on statewide prevention programming:
  • Educational resources addressing strategies to deal with parental stress, child development and discipline
  • Expert-led trainings targeting audiences in the position of preventing, intervening and supporting child maltreatment
  • Statewide education and awareness
  • Parent education and support groups
  • Fatherhood programming
  • Kids Are Worth It!® Conference
  • Statewide Partners in Prevention Network
  • Technical assistance surrounding child sexual abuse prevention to summer camps, places of worship, daycare facilities and others providing oversight to children

How your donation helps:

Last year, donations helped make the following possible:
  • Launched child sexual abuse prevention programming aimed at keeping kids safe while in the care of summer camps, after-school or athletic programs.
  • Equipped 92,948 Kentuckians, representing every county, with child abuse prevention resources and educational materials.
  • Provided 272 individuals with support on 1-800-CHILDREN and supported 761 1-800-CHILDREN requests online, via our website.
  • Conducted 84 presentations educating 3,923 individuals on child abuse and neglect prevention.
  • Served 12,863 parents and caregivers through parent education and support services.

What do state employees and others say about PCAK?

  • “I appreciate your agency’s important work and support.” DCBS employee
  • “One of the best presentations attended in 18 years of working in law enforcement.” Attendee at the Kids Are Worth It! Conference
  • “Because of working/volunteering with PCAK, I was able to put my story in writing. Thank you for the opportunity to serve.” PCAK volunteer
  • “I didn’t realize all the ways perpetrators could access the kids in our afterschool program. Because of you, I can sleep at night not worrying about kids in our care.” State Employee, Church Volunteer


Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky
Serving the Commonwealth for 30 years!

801 Corporate Drive, Ste. 120
Lexington, KY 40503
859-225-8879 / www.pcaky.org


United Way of Kentucky

EIN: 31-1106795 - Fighting for the education, financial stability and health of all Kentuckians through our network of twenty-two local United Ways and partner programs across the Commonwealth. 6.2%

UNITED WE FIGHT. UNITED WE WIN.

United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in every Kentucky community. We stand with businesses, families, individuals, governments, volunteers, donors, and local charities across the Commonwealth to implement solutions that go beyond short-term charity for a few and create lasting change.

What’s your mission?

Change starts with you. Take action today to make a difference right where you live.

LIVE UNITED

We rise or fall together.

Help make your community a better place. Connect with your local United Way to give, advocate, and volunteer at http://www.uwky.org.

United Way of Kentucky

P.O. Box 4653 • Louisville, KY 40204-0653
502.589.6897 • www.uwky.orguwky@uwky.org#LIVEUNITED

Your Local United Way



United Way of the Bluegrass
100 Midland Avenue, Suite 300, Lexington, Kentucky 40508
(859) 233-4460 • www.uwbg.org
Serving: Anderson, Bourbon, Clark, Fayette, Jessamine, Madison, Montgomery, Scott & Woodford Counties

EIN: 61-0444679 - Fighting for basic needs, financial stability and education for every person, in every community across Central Kentucky.
Goal: 20,000 families will be more self-sufficient by 2020.

4Kids, a Faith Community Partnership
EIN: 46-4601639 - In-school programming that is targeted at development of early teens in relation to decision-making skills and character development 5%

AccuTran Industries
EIN: 61-1048788 - Helps in Bourbon, Harrison and Nicholas Counties with developmental, physical and/or cognitive disabilities receive training/rehabilitative services to help them achieve growth on multiple levels. 20%

AIDS Volunteers, Inc.
EIN: 61-1149457 - AVOL provides direct assistance to help individuals and/or families of the individuals living with HIV. 10%

American Red Cross
EIN: 61-0444644 - The American Red Cross provides relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. 9.8%

Anderson County Adult Education and Literacy Council
EIN: 61-6001308 - Free individualized instruction to undereducated adults 16 years and older, to improve their reading, writing, English, computing, problem-solving, and function in the workplace, family, and society. 50%

Apprisen formerly Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the Midwest Inc
EIN: 31-0731111 - Since 1955, has helped people establish financial stability focusing on money management concepts of budgeting, saving, wise use of credit, & debt management. 14%

Arbor Youth Services formerly M.A.S.H.
EIN: 61-0926861 - Provides the basic needs of homeless or runaway children/youth, those who have been abused or neglected, and those unsafe/unable to reside in their family’s home. 31.6%

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass
EIN: 61-0523288 - Creates/supports relationships that provide consistent, positive, one-to-one interactions between children and volunteers who are advisors and friends on the journey from childhood to adulthood 10%

Bluegrass Community Action Partnership
EIN: 61-0659583 - Operates 7 Senior Citizen Centers, 6 Head Start/Daycare Centers, Bluegrass Ultra-Transit (BUS), the Weatherization Program, the Senior Companion and Senior Community Services Employment Programs (SCSEP). 5%

Bluegrass Council of the Blind, Inc.
EIN: 61-0971827 - A nonprofit agency providing, without discrimination, a program of education and support to blind and visually impaired adults, their families, friends, caregivers and guardians. 23%

Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center
EIN: 61-0916756 - Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center provides crisis intervention, advocacy and therapy services for victims of sexual violence and their family/friends. 12%

Bluegrass.org
EIN: 61-0723605 - Provides comprehensive mental-health/substance abuse services which include assessment, outpatient individual and family therapy, psychiatric evaluations, case management and medication management 15.7%

BMW STEM Academy
EIN: 13-4281977 - Educates, motivates and activates potential for excellence by investing in the lives of our young African American males, preparing a generation for a brighter future.

Bourbon County 4-H Council
Provides youth opportunities to learn skills, gain knowledge, have fun, and make contributions in environmental education, community-service, and youth issues. Opportunities for parents/educators to engage. 0%

Boy Scouts of America, Blue Grass Council
EIN: 61-0444653 - The Boy Scouts of America is the nation's foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training. 14.9%

Camargo-Jeffersonville Senior Citizens
EIN: 31-0996182 - Southern Montgomery County nutrition-site provides a meeting place for dining, socializing, recreation and visits to seniors. Transportation for shopping, doctor visits, pharmacies, homebound meals. 1%

CASA of Madison County
EIN: 61-1314979 - Provides trained and supervised volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children. Judicially assigned volunteers work on behalf of these children for their best interest. 25%

CASA of the Bluegrass
EIN: 26-1841458 - Provides trained and supervised volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children. Judicially assigned volunteers work on behalf of these children for their best interest. 11%

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Lexington
EIN: 61-1138597 - Empowers/assists Diocese residents to improve quality of life. Services provided regardless of faith affiliation. Provides affordable mental-health counseling, free pregnancy counseling and emergency assistance. 22.83%

Child Development Centers of the Bluegrass
EIN: 61-0543367 - Serves children with and without disabilities. Works with parents and professionals to provide the highest quality preschool and therapy services for children. 9.9%

Child Care Council of Kentucky, Inc.
EIN: 31-1102545 - Addresses child-care needs in the Bluegrass Area Development District. Manages programs that help parents find and pay for child-care. Trains 10,000+ providers annually.

Children's Advocacy Center of the Bluegrass
EIN: 61-1221470 - Helps to reduce the trauma experienced by sexually abused children by providing compassionate services in a nurturing environment. 16.38%

Chrysalis House
EIN: 61-1012290 - Offers quality and high performing child-care focused on academic achievement. Provides licensed, STARS-rated extended day and summer child-care to children of mothers in substance-abuse treatment. 14%

Clark County Association for Handicapped Citizens (Stride, Inc.)
EIN: 61-0670763 - Promotes the general welfare of individuals with disabilities. We offer programs, therapy, and one-on-one skills training, regardless of ability to pay. 12.5%

Clark County Children's Council
EIN: 61-1028432 - Provides programs in the elementary schools on school days from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. and from 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. on days that school is not in session. 19.5%

Clark County Community Services, Inc.
EIN: 31-1005844 - Provides assistance to families when they experience crisis. Food security/homeless prevention are primary goals. Food pantry/clothing bank open six days a week. Rent/utility assistance. 25.4%

Clark County Homeless Coalition
EIN: 27-1281819 - CCHC operates Wainscott Hall, a transitional living homeless shelter in Clark County. 15%
Clark County Rx Assistance
EIN: 61-1021133 - The Clark County Rx Assistance Program assists qualifying individuals in identifying sources of free and low-cost medications.

Community Action Council
EIN: 61-0650121 - The Council addresses poverty in Central Kentucky through service delivery, community involvement, and advocacy. 8.5%

Employment Solutions, Inc.
EIN: 61-1031382 - Facing barriers to finding employment? Employment Solutions can help. We offer training/job placement assistance as well as tuition assistance to pay for training. 8%

Faith Feeds of Kentucky, Inc. dba GleanKY
EIN: 27-4087963 - Collects edible produce that would otherwise go to waste and provides it to people struggling with hunger through emergency food agencies, hunger ministries, neighborhood ambassadors. 10%

Food Pantry for Woodford County, Inc. (FPWC)
EIN: 47-4731398 - Provides for the emergency food needs of residents of Woodford County.

Girl Scouts of Kentucky's Wilderness Road Council
EIN: 61-0608104 - Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. The preeminent leadership development organization for girls. 10%

GreenHouse17 (formerly Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program)
EIN: 20-1965942 - Provides free 24-Hour crisis intervention, emergency shelter, individual/group counseling, case management, legal advocacy, children's services, and financial literacy to residential/non-residential victims of domestic violence. 19.7%

Growing Together Preschool, Inc.
EIN: 61-1037940 - Growing Together Preschool, Inc. provides affordable year-round educational and therapeutic child-care services. 12%

Hope Center, Inc.
EIN: 61-1107296 - The Hope Center began as a male-only homeless shelter. Currently provides programs addressing the root causes of homelessness for men, women, and the Detention Center. 40%

Jessamine County Adult Education
EIN: 61-6001337 - Offers classes for students taking the GED. Whether enrolling in college, entering a training/technical program, or meeting work-related/personal goals, the time to start is now.

Jubilee Jobs of Lexington
EIN: 27-1058855 - Jubilee Jobs of Lexington specializes in finding entry-level jobs for the unemployed and underemployed. 60%

Kentucky River Foothills Development Council, Inc.
EIN: 61-0650246 - Foothills Community Action Partnership has the mission of developing community resources so that people can lead their lives with dignity, responsibility, and opportunity. 68.7%

Kidney Health Alliance of Kentucky
EIN: 23-7153964 - KHAKY is a local independent agency committed to serving kidney disease patients and their families in the eastern half of Kentucky. 12.9%

Lexington Hearing & Speech Center
EIN: 61-0593951 - Teaches children with hearing, speech and language impairments to listen and talk by providing them with high quality therapeutic, educational and family support services. 12%

Lexington Woman's Club Clothing Center
LWC gives new school clothing to approximately 1080 "at risk" children in Fayette County Public Schools. 0%

Mentors & Meals
EIN: 61-1264370 - Mentors & Meals enhances academic achievement through peer mentoring. 12%

Montgomery County 4-H Council
EIN: 04-3727893 - Provides youth opportunities to learn skills, gain knowledge, have fun, and make contributions in environmental education, community-service, and youth issues. Opportunities for parents/educators to engage. 0%

Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass
EIN: 61-0996520 - Provides information and assistance, and identifies, investigates and works to resolve complaints consumers have about long-term care. Friendly visiting to every resident in every facility. 14%

One Parent Scholar House (formerly Virginia Place)
EIN: 61-1080310 - Helps single parents and their children gain educational/life skills to achieve self-sufficiency. Includes affordable housing, child-care, assessments and referrals, and case management for the participants.

Operation Happiness
EIN: 61-1132894 - Food basket program serving approximately 1,400 families. Orchestrated by Kiwanis & community volunteers, receives donations of non-perishable food items, divided according to family size. 25.4%
Paris-Bourbon County YMCA
EIN: 61-0676727 - For Healthy Living, For Youth Development, For Social Responsibility 10.4%

Post Clinic, Inc.
EIN: 31-1515325 - The post clinic provides primary medical care to persons in a four county area that are without health insurance including Medicare and Medicaid. 10%

Project Read, Madison County Literacy Council
EIN: 61-1172599 - Literacy agency that provides both Basic and ESL classes by volunteer tutors in a one-on-one setting or, in some cases, in groups. 11%

Reading Camp
EIN: 61-0536772 - Reading Camp is an intensive remedial literacy education program that serves 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade children who are struggling with learning to read. 35%

Repairers Lexington
EIN: 61-1281620 - Exists to combat the negative effects of poverty by providing direct social services and opportunities for substantial and lasting improvement in client quality of life. 60%

Scott United Ministries - Amen House
EIN: 61-1236411 - AMEN House provides basic needs to low-income households within Scott County.

Shepherd's House
EIN: 61-1105573 - 12-18 month transitional living facility for men recovering from an drug/alcohol addiction. Provides a safe, secure environment, stability through structure and an intensive therapeutic program. 25%

Surgery on Sunday
EIN: 20-3187452 - Surgery On Sunday provides free surgery services with a large base of doctors, nurses, etc. that volunteer their time. 26%

Telford Community Center YMCA
EIN: 61-6000619 - Community-based, volunteer-led group building strong kids, families, and communities. Solving neighborhood problems and meeting community needs, building healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. 22.8%

The Cleveland Home dba Life Adventure Center of the Bluegrass
EIN: 61-0461733 - Camps promote determination, goal-setting, experiential learning, and courage. These traits serve students well in traditional classrooms, serve as a reliable indicator of future success. 31%

The Community Center of Wilmore-High Bridge
EIN: 31-1020218 - Organizes resources and administers a program that addresses specific basic needs. Provides assistance in the areas of food, clothing, shelter, medical needs, and utilities. 0%

The Foster Care Council of LexKy
EIN: 45-4403520 - The Education Advancement/Mentoring program assists foster children in grades K-12 that test below grade level. 24%

The Nest - Center for Women, Children and Families
EIN: 31-0904247 - Provides a safe, accessible, and healing environment for children, while developing the strength and self-sufficiency of women and families through education, support, counseling, and advocacy. 10%

The Salvation Army
EIN: 13-5562351 - The Salvation Army-Central Kentucky Area Services has been caring for the poorest of the poor in Fayette and Jessamine counties for over a century.

Tweens Nutrition and Fitness Coalition
EIN: 46-3018740 - The Tweens Nutrition and Fitness Coalition (TNFC) is a group of over 30 community members creating healthy food and physical activity environments for Lexington tweens. 9%

Urban League of Lexington-Fayette County
EIN: 61-6054655 - The Urban League is the nation’s oldest and largest community-based movement devoted to empowering all citizens to enter the economic and social mainstream. 44%

Visually Impaired Preschool Services
EIN: 61-1061973 - Helps children birth to three who are visually impaired maximize their vision and achieve developmental milestones so they may succeed in preschool, kindergarten and beyond. 9%

Woodford County 4-H Council
EIN: 61-1040849 - Provides opportunities that help meet the development needs of youth from ages 5-19. The program also provides an opportunity for adult volunteers to share skills. 0%

Woodford County Woman's Club "Coats and Shoes for Kids"
EIN: 61-1035902 - Provides a winter coat, shoes, and three pairs of socks to the needy school children enrolled in Woodford County Schools grades kindergarten thru 12. 0%

YMCA of Central Kentucky
EIN: 610444842 - Provides licensed school-age child-care, summer camps, sports leagues and instruction, aquatic programs, martial arts, dance instruction, literacy programs, teen leadership, career development and mentoring. 16.4%

United Way of Central Kentucky
604 North Main Street, Elizabethtown, KY 42701
(270) 737-6608 • www.unitedwayck.org
Serving: Breckinridge, Hardin, Grayson, LaRue & Meade Counties

EIN: 61-1397560 - UWCK solves community problems so that everyone in Hardin, Breckinridge, Grayson, LaRue, and Meade Counties can achieve their fullest potential and become self-sufficient. 16.4%

United Way 2-1-1
EIN: 61-1397560 - Provides Central Kentucky region with free, confidential referrals to community resources through a 24/7 information hotline. Reports data on local needs back to community. 16.4%

American Red Cross
EIN: 61-6057856 - Prevents and alieves human suffering in the face of emergencies through disaster relief, support of military families, blood, health and safety services, and international services. 0%

Breck-Grayson Programs
EIN: 61-0677693 - Prepares low-income children and families for school readiness and self sufficiency through the provision of comprehensive services. 11.3%

Breckinridge County Schools
EIN: 61-6001288 - Provides equitable opportunities that inspire all students to achieve success and become productive citizens. 0%

CASA of the Heartland
EIN: 26-0876943 - Advocates for abused children in the Hardin County Family Court System by minimizing disruption and trauma and finding each child a safe, permanent home. 12.1%

Central Kentucky Community Action Council
EIN: 61-0662971 - Provides and advocates for programs that will bring social and economic change and growth to citizens. 0%

Central Kentucky Serves
EIN: 61-1397560 - Connects the region with volunteer opportunities at over 40 local nonprofits. Access to centralkyserves.org is free for both users and agencies. 16.4%

Community Health Clinic
EIN: 30-0042070 - Provides basic healthcare, dental care, prescription assistance, advocacy and education to low-income uninsured, underinsured residents of Hardin, LaRue, Meade, Breckinridge & Grayson Counties. 0%

Elizabethtown Independent Schools
EIN: 61-6001403 - Enhances students' success in school and beyond through partnerships that promote academic achievement, healthy living, graduation, transition into adult life, and strong character qualities. 17%

Feeding America Kentucky's Heartland
EIN: 61-1043635 - Serves those in need by acquiring and distributing donated food and grocery items, as well as government commodities in 42 Kentucky Counties. 1.1%

Give a Day for Hunger
EIN: 61-1397560 - Distributes food bags to over 1,000 at-risk students to prevent hunger during spring and fall breaks when children are not fed at school. 16.4%

Grayson County Alliance
EIN: 61-1379449 - Helps low-income citizens of Grayson County by providing services that are not available otherwise, enabling our community to progress toward self-sufficiency, stability and safety. 0%

Grayson County Board of Education
EIN: 61-6001310 - Enhances students' ability to succeed in school by promoting early learning, academic achievement and well-being; and graduation and transition into adult life. 0%

Grayson County Ministerial Association
EIN: 46-3385011 - Helps those in need by providing both financial and spiritual support in hopes that wrap-around services will enable them to become self-sufficient. 0.7%

Hardin County Adult Education
EIN: 61-6001274 - Provides instructional programs, support, and encouragement to empower all individuals in meeting their education, personal, career and family goals. 0%

Hardin County Schools
EIN: 61-6001274 - Enhancing students' ability to succeed in school by developing partnerships that promote early learning, academic achievement and well-being; and graduation and transition into adult life. 0%

Helping Hand of Hope
EIN: 61-0875688 - Reflecting spiritual principles, we offer help and hope by providing compassionate service and support to meet emergency needs and provide partnerships to enable self-sustaining lifestyles. 41.4%

LaRue County Schools-Kid's Crew Plus
EIN: 61-6001298 - Our goal is to provide quality experiences for children in a nurturing environment that promotes the intellectual, physical, social and emotional development of each child. 0%

Legal Aid Society, Inc.
EIN: 61-0537626 - The Legal Aid Society's mission is to pursue justice for people in poverty. 26.8%

Lincoln Heritage Council, Boy Scouts of America: Learning for Life
EIN: 61-0445839 - Delivers engaging, research-based academic, character, leadership and carreer focused programs aligned to state and national standards to enable all students to reach their full potential. 23.6%

Meade Activity Center
EIN: 27-0218506 - Promoting lifestyles and a healthy community through education, wellness, and recreation opportunities for all. 16.6%

Meade County Angel Ministry
EIN: 61-1234828 - Serving our community with kindness and compassion while offering hope for a better tomorrow through our Christmas Assistance and School Assistance programs. 0%

Meade County Schools
EIN: 61-6001248 - Educates young people so that they successfully function in a global setting and desire lifelong learning that promotes positive contributions to our society. 0%

Money Sen$e
EIN: 61-1397560 - Recruits and trains volunteers to provide free financial education to anyone in need, with an emphasis on those without access to mainstream fincial services. 16.4%

Shepherd's Pie Food Pantry
EIN: 61-1036508 - Providing emergency and supplemental food and groceries and seasonally available local produce to families in the LaRue County area. 0%

Silverleaf Sexual Trauma Recovery Services
EIN: 61-1354945 - Promoting the health and well-being of our communities by overcoming the impact and prevalence of sexual trauma through service, education, and leadership. 21.4%

SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program
EIN: 61-1096261 - Educating and advocating for social change and empowering victims of domestic violence by providing safe shelter, education and compassion. 25.2%

ri-County CASA
EIN: 80-0574845 - Protecting the best interest of abused children by training volunteers to advocate for them in court and help them secure safe, stable homes. 87.1%

United Way Born Learning Academies
EIN: 61-1397560 - Caregivers of children, ages 0-5, can prepare for kindergarten readiness through this free, interactive monthly program held in 11 local schools across our area. 16.4%


United Way of the Coalfield
US Bank Building, 1 South Main Street, Second Floor, Madisonville, KY 42431
(270) 821-3170 • www.unitedwayofthecoalfield.org
Serving: Hopkins & Muhlenberg Counties
EIN: 61-0732633 - Focuses on meeting basic needs and providing a safety net, as well as increasing self-sufficiency, nurturing youth, promoting health & wellness, and strengthening families. 10%

American Cancer Society, Mid-South Division
EIN: 13-1788491 - Dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research & education. 5.8%

American Red Cross
EIN: 53-0196605 - Prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies, disasters and home fires by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. 5.77%

Big Brothers Big Sisters
EIN: 31-1054014 - Offers Community and Site-based mentoring for children ages 6-12 that increases self confidence and self-esteem while enriching academic, social and cultural needs. 15%

Breaking Bread
EIN: 27-1351105 - Provides hot meals as well as groceries to individuals and families in a Christ-centered setting. Staffed by volunteers representing churches, individuals and local service organizations. 0%

CASA
EIN: 81-3869026 - Helping abused and neglected children have safe permanent homes as soon as possible through the use of volunteer child advocates. 29%

Christian Food Bank of Hopkins County, Inc.
EIN: 61-1042417 - Sharing the love of Jesus through a simple gift of food. Serving over 1000 households per month, improving quality of life for over 33,000 Hopkins County residents a year. 0%

Door of Hope
EIN: 61-1313094 - Providing compassionate care to women and men facing unplanned and crisis pregnancy. Help, hope, and healing before, during, & after pregnancy decisions. 0%

Hope2All
EIN: 20-8274332 - Combats hunger with operation of two food pantries, and provides support for individuals with addictions and other life-controlling issues. 0%

Hopkins County 4-H Council, Inc.
EIN: 61-6033483 - Promotes Leadership, Citizenship and Life Skills in children and teens through hands-on activities, programs and learning opportunities. 2%

Hopkins County Community Clinic, Inc.
EIN: 06-1710391 - Provides medical/pharmaceutical care to financially qualified working uninsured and underinsured residents, while enabling health science students to experience first-hand service learning. 6%

Hopkins County Family YMCA
EIN: 61-0904719 - Provides high quality pre-school and before/after school and summer child care programs which focus on social, emotional, and cognitive development. 13%

Hospice and Palliative Care of the Ohio Valley, Inc dba Hospice of Western KY
EIN: 31-1010160 - Provides support and care for those in the final phase of a life-limiting illness so they can live as fully and comfortably as possible. 13%

Lincoln Heritage Council Boy Scouts of America
EIN: 61-0445839 - The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes, by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. 21%

Muhlenberg County Opportunity Center
EIN: 61-0665523 - Provides vocational evaluation and training (including transportation and work services programs) for adults who face mental and physical challenges. 3%

PACS -Senior Meals Program
EIN: 61-0862133 - Provides home delivered and congregate setting meals for senior citizens, improving their physical, mental, and nutritional conditions. 5%

Pat Collins FOP Lodge #19 (Shop with a Cop Program)
EIN: 23-7585585 - Seeks to assist less fortunate families around the holidays by providing shopping opportunities for community children. 0%

Pathway of Hope
EIN: 11-2134915 - Provides a place for women facing unplanned or unwanted pregnancies to receive love, factual information, care and material support as they hopefully make life affirming decisions. 0%

Pennyroyal Center / Trace Industries
EIN: 61-0662739 - Rehabilitation program that provides employment for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness, and substance abuse addictions. 1%

Pride Avenue Elementary Family Resource Ctr.
EIN: 61-3001319 - Promoting, communicating, and coordinating programs and services that allow children and families to become empowered and successful by becoming participants in their communities. 0%

Sanctuary, Inc.
EIN: 31-1070541 - Shelter, counseling and advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as educational programs for school-age through adults. 14%

The Learning Center of Madisonville
EIN: 81-1812275 - Assists students wishing to improve reading and math literacy, as well as students struggling with Dyslexia/Dyscalculia, in addition to English Language Learning Program for all ages. 0%

The Salvation Army
EIN: 58-0660607 - Emergency assistance for individuals and families in need of food, shelter, utilities, including a daily soup kitchen. 18%

West Broadway Elementary Family Resource Ctr.
EIN: 61-3001319 - Develops and sustains partnerships that promote early learning and successful transition into school, academic achievement and well-being, and graduation/transition into adult life. 0%


Cumberland Trails United Way
P. O. Box 2092, Middlesboro, KY 40965
(606) 248-5603 • www.ctuw.org
Serving: Bell, Harlan, Knox & Whitley Counties, KY, Claiborne County, TN

EIN: 61-0305840 - Funding assistance supporting Food Banks, Abuse Shelters, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Immediate Disasters, Drug Rehab Centers, Pregnancy Centers, and Literacy Groups across four Kentucky counties. 0%

American Red Cross: Lake Cumberland Chapter
EIN: 53-0196605 - The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. 6.6%

Bell County Literacy
EIN: 61-1121792 - BCCL implements literacy education programs addressing an individual's needs for themselves, in the family, in the community, and in the workplace. 5.29%

Bell-Whitley Community Action Agency
EIN: 61-7006383 - Provide assistance with utility bills, rental assistance, emergency repairs to water lines, thermostat, AC, heat, and domestic violence victims. 6.6%

Bluegrass Boy Scouts
EIN: 61-0444653 - Funding to help young boys to help build character and become stronger citizens. 0.7%

Bluegrass Care Navigators (formerly HOSPICE)
EIN: 61-0978097 - Provides quality end of life care to the residents including food, cleaning/bathing supplies, paper products, fire extinguishers and smoke detectors, and realtor locks. 2.0%

CEASE Domestic Violence and Assault
EIN: 62-1202623 - Enable women and children to live violence-free lives through caring staff and volunteers by providing shelter, crisis hotline, counseling, referrals, legal advocacy, and support groups. 4.0%

Claiborne Co. Special Olympics
EIN: 10-0093481 - Provides continued opportunities to develop physical fitness and experience the joy and challenge of competition. Special Olympians develop new skills and form new friendships. 2.4%

Cooperative Christian Ministries
EIN: 61-0957969 - Serving the area with clothing, food pantry, emergency housing and utility bills. 15.9%

East TN Kidney Foundation
EIN: 27-2119742 - Provide assistance to patients suffering from kidney disease, financial assistance for dialysis patients, transportation, dental work, nutritional supplements. 3.1%

Fellowship Center Wallins, KY
EIN: 31-0954807 - Provide social, health, educational and recreational opportunities for families in the Wallins and surrounding communities in Harlan County. 4.0%

Harlan County Boys & Girls Clubs
EIN: 31-1793599 - To inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to reach their full potential as caring, productive, and responsible citizens. 5.3%

Henderson Settlement
EIN: 61-0674965 - Creating opportunities for better lives through Christ-centered services, including a senior center, youth programs, adult education, emergency family assistance, maternal infant program, agricultural and home repair. 5.3%

Knox Co. Community Action Agency
EIN: 61-0647835 - Provides emergency shelter to single women and women with children, along with support services including outreach, case management employment, education, housing, counseling, life skills, transportation. 3.3%

Lighthouse Safe Haven Shelter
EIN: 61-1315732 - Provides shelter for the homeless and abused for a temporary Christ centered environment, providing shelter, food, clothing, guidance and shelter. 3.3%

Michael Dunn Found/Early Interven.
EIN: 62-0851179 - Empowering individuals living with disabilities and challenges to gain independence. Early intervention is provided in Claiborne, Knox, Union, Morgan Scott, Campbell and Roane counties. 2.0%

Salvation Army
EIN: 58-0660607 - Provides character building and spiritual programs and services for all ages, soup kitchen, food boxes, clothing vouchers, furniture vouchers, and social service referral help. 4.0%

Senior Citizens Bell County
EIN: 61-0860111 - Assists elderly individuals in remaining healthy and active in order for them to continue to live in their own surroundings and avoid being institutionalized. 5.3%

Senior Citizens Claiborne County
EIN: 81-2025815 - They provide activities, outings, nutrition services, home-delivered meals, advocacy, friendly home visits, support groups, etc. 5.3%

Servolution Health Services, Inc.
EIN: 45-4486454 - Free medical/dental care for the uninsured who meet income guidelines. Patients also have access to Path to Peace Wellness Center and SHS Food Pantry. 6.6%

Sr. Citizens Home Assistance (SCHAS)
EIN: 62-0809589 - Provides light housekeeping services including laundry, dishes, mopping, and dusting, and personal care including bathing, toileting, and dressing for frail, elderly and disabled persons. 4.0%

Vets Serving Vets
EIN: 46-5099102 - Assists veterans, their spouses and dependents with transportation to and from medical appointments, construction of physical facilities to assist disabled veterans and other services. 5.3%

United Way of Eastern Kentucky
P. O. Box 1446, Prestonsburg, KY 41653
(606) 789-2224
Serving: Floyd, Johnson, Magoffin, Martin & Pike Counties
EIN: 61-1109256 - Fundraising for local charitable and public services providing vital basic needs services. Serving Pike, Floyd, Johnson, Martin, and Magoffin Counties.


American Red Cross
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Emergency Services relative to Natural Disasters and Medical education to volunteers.

Appalachian Pregnancy Care
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assistance to women in crisis and guidance on completing education.

Catholic Charities
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Counseling on marriage, drugs and family crisis.
East Kentucky Trackers
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Search and Rescue Organization serving all counties of Eastern KY

Floyd County 4-H
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Supporting youth development and independence while promoting agricultural education.

Floyd County Rescue Squad
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Emergency Response such as vehicular accidents, water rescue, search and rescue, swift water rescue training, disaster relief and emergency shelter.

Good Neighbors
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides home and vehicle repair services

Happy House Adult Day Care
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Adult day care services, including health care.

Helping Hands of Phelps
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Food, assisted living aids, home repair and other poverty relief aid.

KY Mission Bible Training Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Counseling and transportation to treatment centers for drug problems

Judi’s Place for Kids
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assistance to children and families confronted with child sexual abuse.

LINKS, Inc.
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Low-income Housing Coalition of Eastern Kentucky, LINKS is a community based non-profit organization that providing safe and affordable housing in the Big Sandy Region.

Magoffin County Rescue Squad
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Emergency response such as vehicular accidents, water rescue, and search and rescue.

Magoffin County Senior Citizens Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Hot meals and socialization to elderly adults, as well as a meals-on-wheels program.

Prestonsburg Senior Citizens Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Hot meals and socialization to elderly adults, as well as a meals-on-wheels programs.

Salvation Army
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Emergency assistance as well as food to low-income families.

St. Vincent’s Mission
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Program supported is a low-income housing accessibility repair program.

Turning Point
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Shelter, education, and advocacy for domestic violence victims & their dependent children.


United Way of Franklin County
76 C Michael Davenport Blvd, Suite 2, Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 875-1675 • www.unitedwayfranklincounty.org
Serving: Franklin County

EIN: 61-0709640 - United Way of Franklin County and its partner agencies directly impact over 16,000 people, making our community stronger. We focus on Education, Income, and Health. 13.1%

ACCESS Soup Kitchen and Men's Shelter
EIN: 61-1080388 - Provides at least one hot meal each weekday to low-income and disadvantaged individuals/families. Provides a temporary emergency shelter seven nights each week to the homeless. 28%

American Red Cross - Kentucky Region
EIN: 53-0196605 - The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. 22.9%

Blue Grass Council Boy Scouts
EIN: 61-0444653 - Provides scouting to 55 counties in Central and Eastern Kentucky and provides youth with opportunities to try new things, build self-confidence, and learn ethical values. 14.9%

Blue Grass Community Action Partnership, Inc.
EIN: 61-0659583 - BGCAP administers a variety of programs to assist those in poverty to be self-sufficient. Visit www.bluegrasscommunityaction.org to see what services are offered in your community. 5%

CASA of the Bluegrass
EIN: 61-1352752 - CASA advances the best interests of abused and neglected children in the court system through the training and support volunteers who provide advocacy. 26%

Emergency Community Food Pantry of Franklin County, Inc.
EIN: 31-1047022 - The Food Pantry provides food to nearly 10,000 Franklin County residents who need help. All support is provided by donations of time, money or food. 0%

Family Abuse Services, Inc.
EIN: 61-1243638 - Breaking the cycle of family violence in Franklin County by establishing emergency housing and/or short-term transitional housing for victims of domestic violence and elder abuse. 23%

Frankfort Area Children's Council (dba The Sunshine Center
EIN: 61-1018115 - Dedicated to healing victims of abuse and neglect through education, counseling, visitation, awareness and crisis intervention while providing a safe, neutral, and nurturing environment. 43%

Franklin County Council on Aging, Inc. (Senior Activity Center)
EIN: 61-6041002 - Provides hot, home-cooked home-delivered and congregate meals: Programs: Education, exercise, daily activities. Outreach: Transportation to/from doctor appointments, grocery shopping, etc. 21.5%

Frankfort YMCA
EIN: 61-0562021 - Frankfort YMCA is strengthening the community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. 28.1%

Girl Scouts of Kentucky's Wilderness Road Council
EIN: 61-0608104 - Provides personal and leadership development programs to 8,000 K-12 girls in 66 counties in Kentucky. Our focus areas are STEM, entrepreneurship, life skills and outdoor. 10%

Northern Kentucky Legal Aid Society dba Legal Aid of the Bluegrass
EIN: 61-0668572 - Provides civil legal assistance (government benefits, consumer, housing, elder and family law) in 33 Kentucky counties to low-income individuals, the elderly and vulnerable people. 13.2%

Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass, Inc.
EIN: 61-0996520 - The mission of the Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass is to improve the quality of care for residents of long-term care facilities. 14%

SIMON House, Inc.
EIN: 61-1118813 - Offers emergency shelter, rapid re-housing, homeless prevention and community connection program. Programming is designed to assist homeless or families at-risk of homelessness reach self-sufficiency. 15%

South Frankfort Community Center
EIN: 61-1015417 - We provide supervised recreational activities, to broaden the experiences of youth through education and cultural diversity, and provide cultural enrichment activities while improving our community. 5%

The Kings Center
EIN: 61-1368334 - The Kings Center supports at-risk children, addressing their physical, emotional, academic, and spiritual needs by being a caring presence in the community. 9%

The Salvation Army
EIN: 58-0660607 - The Salvation Army helps low-income families who lose their utilities, need medical assistance, and/or need food. 22%

Thorn Hill Education Center
EIN: 61-1599003 - Thorn Hill Education Center provides free comprehensive adult education services to community members. Students are able to gain skills to obtain meaningful employment. 25.6%

Heart of Kentucky United Way
118 North Third Street, Danville, KY 40422
(859) 238-6986 • www.hkuw.org
Serving: Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln & Mercer Counties

EIN: 23-7166092 - Provides funding, oversight, resources to 18 Agencies and 26 programs. Focus on Early Childhood Education, College/Career Ready, Financial Stability, and Health of Families and Seniors. 17%

United Way of Henderson County
123 First Street, Suite 100, Henderson, KY 42420
(270) 826-2107 • www.uwofhc.org
Serving: Henderson County

EIN: 61-0444700 - Partners with local nonprofits, businesses, government and social service agencies to address our community's most pressing needs 22%

American National Red Cross, Cardinal Chapter
EIN: 53-0196605 - Provides relief to locals displaced by fire, disaster preparedness, CPR training, emergency services to those serving in the armed forces and their family. 11%

Audubon Area Community Services, Inc. / Foster Grandparent Program
EIN: 23-7364935 - Train senior volunteers to provide one-on-one assistance with children and others. 6%

Audubon Area Community Services, Inc. / Senior Companion Program
EIN: 23-7364935 - Recruit and train eligible seniors to volunteer to provide assistance to senior adults by helping them with light housekeeping, laundry, meals, and companionship. 6%

Barrett Center Inc., / CATS Program
EIN: 38-3688383 - Community and Technology Center Youth Program assisting socio-economically disadvantaged youth in reaching their highest academic, social and personal potential.

Barrett Center Inc., / Certified Nursing Assistance Program
EIN: 38-3688383 - Provide skilled training and advanced education opportunities for parents/residents of Henderson Housing Authority and Section 8 public housing.

Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center, Inc.
EIN: 35-1087526 - Providing physical and occupational therapies, speech and hearing, nursery and kindergarten programs for children with mental and physical disabilities. 13%

Green River Regional Rape Victim Service dba New Beginnings
EIN: 61-1142453 - Providing counseling to victims and families of sexual assault, 24-hour crisis line telephone counseling, medical and legal advocacy, free of charge. 18%

Henderson Christian Community Outreach, Inc.
EIN: 61-1109652 - Provide emergency assistance with food, rent, utilities, prescriptions and gasoline. 16%

Henderson County Senior Citizens, Inc. dba The Gathering Place of Henderson
EIN: 61-0675664 - A community center offering recreational, social, and personal programs for seniors 50 and over. 19%

Henderson County Family YMCA
EIN: 61-0597114 - A social, educational and recreational agency offering multiple programs to encourage physical and mental wellness for all ages and a youth scholarship program. 20%

Involvement Inc.
EIN: 31-0950287 - Alternative opportunities for youth and adult offenders helping to meet the requirements of the judicial system in lieu of fines and incarceration. 19%

Kyndle Education Foundation, Inc./Imagination Library
EIN: 20-3030575 - Free age appropriate books from birth to 5 years of age to help boost Early Childhood Development.

Lincoln Heritage Council of Boy Scouts of America, Inc.
EIN: 61-0445839 - Providing leadership training, year around camping facilities and programs for boys 6-12 and girls 14-21. 13%

Owensboro Area Shelter, Information and Services, Inc. / Spouse Abuse Shelter
EIN: 61-0995748 - Providing safe and secure shelter for women who are victims of domestic violence and their children. 15%

Riverview School, Inc.
EIN: 61-0603004 - Providing stimulating, structured learning environment for pre-school children with special needs helping them discover their own self-worth/independence aiding in preparation for public school entry.

St. Anthony Hospice Inc.
EIN: 31-1010566 - Assist terminally ill patients and their families with in-home skilled nursing; family support services, nutritional consultation, coordination of community resources, pastoral consultation and bereavement counseling. 20%

The Father Bradley Shelter for Women & Children, Inc.
EIN: 61-1335313 - Providing temporary housing for women and children seeking help, resources, and education promoting self-sufficiency. 29%

The Salvation Army
EIN: 58-0660607 - Serving the needy with counseling and guidance providing youth recreation, daily meals, emergency food, utility assistance, clothing and other survival items.

Volunteer & Information Center, Inc.
EIN: 62-1436387 - Engage and encourage volunteerism in the community with programs such as Bank-On, VITA, Build-A-Bed, Clothe-A-Kid, and Christmas Adopt-a-Family.

United Way of Laurel County
610 Sublimity School Road, London, KY 40743
(606) 330-0702
Serving: Laurel County

EIN: 61-1240648 - Administers a critical Summer Feeding program, as well as book distribution, back to school supplies and shoes, wheelchair ramp construction. Administers the distribution center for local natural disasters. 5%

4-H
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Organization provides scholarships for 4-H camp.

Chad's Hope
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Drug rehabilitation program.

Cumberland Valley Domestic Violence
EIN: 47-2379743 - Provides temporary shelter for domestic violence victims.

First Priority Tri-County
EIN: 37-1566601 - “See You At The Pole” national prayer event clubs in South Laurel Middle/High Schools and North Laurel Middle/High Schools.

Girl Scouts
EIN: 61-0608104 - Provides Scouting programs on healthy living, bullying prevention, financial literacy, and leadership development.

Laurel County Adult Education & Literacy
EIN: 61-1102109 - Provides GED instruction and testing for residents of Laurel County.

Laurel County Life Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides pregnancy tests, the “Earn & Learn” parenting program, and assistance with baby beds, car seats etc.

Laurel-London Optimist Club
EIN: 52-1241164 - Organization provides sports programs for children of London, KY and Laurel County.

London-Laurel County Rescue Squad
EIN: 20-0362524 - Provides emergency response such as vehicular accidents, water rescue, and search and rescue.

OPAC
EIN: 61-0921182 - Provides in-house, home delivered meals, housekeeping services and transportation for the elderly. 17%

Shop With A Cop
EIN: 04-3609301 - Seeks to assist less fortunate families around the holidays and Christmas by providing shopping opportunities for community children.

Sunrise Children Services
EIN: 61-0597273 - Sunrise offers the widest array of services to abused, abandoned or neglected children.

United Way of Mason County
P. O. Box 327, Maysville, KY 41056
(606) 564-7522
Serving: Mason County

EIN: 23-7213927 - We work with businesses, agencies, and individuals to create solutions that strengthen the cornerstones for a good quality of life: education, financial stability and health. 11%

American National Red Cross - Bluegrass Chapter
EIN: 53-0196605 - The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. 9%

Buffalo Trace Children's Advocacy Center Inc.
EIN: 61-1400042 - Provides comprehensive child sexual abuse medical examinations, counseling services, video-taped forensic interviews, court and family advocacy services, and referral information. 15%

CASA Program for Bracken, Fleming, & Mason Counties, Inc.
EIN: 61-1322742 - We provide trained community volunteers to speak for children in court who are victims of dependency, neglect and/or abuse. 67%

Cancer Fighters United Cancer Resource Center Inc.
EIN: 45-4480212 - We provide resources including support groups, literature, wigs, scarves, prosthetics, care bags, meals, transportation assistance and lodging for cancer patients in Mason and surrounding counties. 0%

Hospice of Hope
EIN: 61-1145339 - Hospice provides a special kind of care and support for persons in the last phases of a life-limiting illness. 25.6%

Licking Valley Community Action Program, Inc.
EIN: 61-0660543 - Congregate meals are provided to elderly residents at centrally located locations in the Buffalo Trace area. Home-delivered meals are provided to eligible home-bound elderly people. 1.2%

Limestone Family YMCA
EIN: 61-1080836 - We offer programs for all ages, providing diverse opportunities to pursue health and well-being to individuals and groups, including daycare, sports, and fitness classes. 52%

Limestone Ministries, Inc. D.B.A. Community Care of Mason County
EIN: 26-3636577 - We provide short-term emergency sheltering, utility assistance, and the county’s only daily food bank, which provides fresh food as well as diapers and hygiene products. 11%

Mason County Adult Education (Maysville Comm. & Technical College)
EIN: 61-1320380 - Our mission is to prepare students to succeed in our economy by delivering a world class education to adults looking for employability soft skills 2%

Mason County Family Resource Center & Youth Services Center
EIN: 61-6001323 - We provide services to students and families that increase opportunities for success in school, including early learning, academic achievement, and successful transition into adult life. 49%

Maysville Initiatives
EIN: 31-1545887 - Camp Discovery offers free summer child care for low-income households. We serve 200 campers five days a week, eight hours a day, all summer. 3%

Tom Browning Boys' & Girls' Club
EIN: 61-0474747 - We are a youth development organization dedicated to promoting social, educational, vocational, and leadership development through tutoring, sports activities, and other youth programs. 21%

Women's Crisis Center, Inc.
EIN: 61-0908752 - WCC provides services domestic violence and sexual assault survivors, including counseling, legal advocacy, shelter, medical advocacy, and 24-hour crisis hotline. We also provide prevention education. 18%

Mayfield/Graves County United Way
P. O. Box 47, Mayfield, KY 42066
(270) 247-7454 • www.mgcunitedway.org
Serving: Graves County

EIN: 31-0999053 - Providing funding, training and fundraising assistance to area non-profits. Bettering the communities through health, education, and wellness education. 6%

Happy Feet Equals Learning Feet
EIN: 45-5231361 - Provides new quality athletic shoes to children in need, to improve a child’s self-esteem, reduce teasing/bullying, and changes a child’s perspective about school, improving learning. 5%

Lighthouse
EIN: 61-1342139 - Changing/rebuilding the lives of homeless women & children. Transitional shelter teaches women and children Biblical standards to empower them from struggles to successful lives. 18.75%

Mayfield and Graves County Need Line Inc
EIN: 61-1060666 - Provides financial assistance for utility bills, doctors visits, prescriptions, eye exams and temporary shelter. Provides food from Feeding America, TEFAP, CFSP and donations. 19.9%

New Pathways for Children
EIN: 61-1297776 - Provides a home for children in crisis through residential services and private foster care and an outreach mentoring program to at-risk children. 16%

Metro United Way
334 East Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 292-6232 • www.metrounitedway.org
Serving: Bullitt, Jefferson, Oldham and Shelby Counties, KY and Clark, Floyd & Harrison Counties, IN

EIN: 61-0444680 - Improving lives and community by fighting for the education, health, and financial stability of every person in seven counties across Metro Louisville and Southern Indiana. 17%

American Red Cross, Louisville Area Chapter
EIN: 53-0196605 - Serving Metro Louisville and surrounding counties and Southern Indiana with disaster relief, education, military, social services, health, safety programs, youth programs and blood products. 10%

Americana Community Center
EIN: 61-1251306 - Americana bridges the gap from surviving to thriving for refugees, immigrants, and underserved individuals through education, family support, youth achievement, and career financial development. 25%

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana, Inc.
EIN: 61-6057856 - Provides one-to-one mentoring relationship between mature volunteer and youth in need of friendship. Includes screening, training volunteers and matching child's needs with right adult. 25%

Bingham Clinic
EIN: 61-0445838 - The clinic mental health staff assesses behavioral and emotional disorders seen in children and adolescents. We provide individual, group, pharmacotherapy, and family therapy to children. 15%

Blue River Services, Inc.
EIN: 35-1101603 - Blue River Services, Inc. is a private, non-profit, human services organization that has been serving the community since 1959. 9%

Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana
EIN: 61-0568789 - BGCK is an out-of-school time provider, offering a safe and positive environment for youth ages 6-18 who need us most. 24%

Boys and Girls Clubs of Harrison - Crawford Counties
EIN: 35-1983078 - Provides fun, safe, diversified programming for youth. Programs include art, recreation, drug prevention, rock climbing, leadership initiatives and group gym activities. 26%

Bridgehaven, Inc.
EIN: 61-0548949 - Provides psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery services for adults with severe mental illness. Services improve functioning in living, working and socializing in member chosen activities 16%

Center for Lay Ministries
EIN: 31-0903413 - Center for Lay Ministries has programs to alleviate hunger by providing a food pantry for residents of Clark County, Indiana. 31%

Centerstone of Kentucky
EIN: 31-0939757 - Non-profit community-based behavioral health care, offering mental health, addiction recovery and intellectual/developmental disabilities services in Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Trimble Kentucky counties. 16%

Centro Latino of Shelbyville, Inc.
EIN: 02-0628043 - Centro Latino provides Hispanic people and others in need with assistance through language classes, food and clothing, advocacy, translations, referrals and other seasonal services. 13%

Clark County Youth Shelter and Family Services, Inc.
EIN: 31-1126065 - Clark County Youth Shelter was founded in 1986 as an emergency shelter for youth ages 10 to 19 who are experiencing crisis in their homes. 5%

Communities in Schools Clark County
EIN: 32-0015379 - Brings caring adults into schools to address students' unmet needs; providing academic interventions, mental health resources, and out-of-school programming. 15%

Community Chest of Oldham County
EIN: 61-1240248 - Emergency assistance to Oldham County residents in need of food, shelter, utility assistance and more. We also help people stranded in county during travel. 5%

Community Coordinated Child Care
EIN: 23-7160437 - 4-C provides the bridge between parents, providers, community leaders, and policymakers by offering services/expertise, to ensure that children arrive at kindergarten ready to succeed. 6%

Council on Developmental Disabilities
EIN: 61-0476686 - Offers a lifetime of advocacy, training, education and family outreach to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. 34%

Dorman Preschool Center
EIN: 61-0620554 - Dorman Preschool Center envisions a future in which staff and teachers are full partners with parents and community; where children's development is a top priority. 36%

ElderServe, Inc.
EIN: 61-6024140 - The variety of services provided by ElderServe creates a supportive advocacy and resource center addressing the various needs of older adults and their loved ones. 10%

Family and Children's Place
EIN: 61-0549561 - Family service organization with services to prevent and treat abuse, violence and disruption in families. 18%

Family Health Centers of Southern Indiana
EIN: 35-1842342 - Non-profit health center that provides comprehensive medical and dental care to the low-income, uninsured and underinsured residents of southern Indiana. 18%

Family Scholar House
EIN: 61-1285124 - Single-parent families and unaccompanied foster alumni are eligible for supportive housing, academic coaching, career development, childcare, and financial empowerment to promote individual and family stability. 16%

Goodwill of Southern Indiana, Inc.
EIN: 35-1019658 - Leading the community in providing early childhood development, family support and adult career achievement through successful Goodwill stores. 6%

Harrison County Community Services, Inc.
EIN: 35-1378568 - We provide multiple programs to assist low-income individuals through crisis to self-sufficiency including shelter, food, utilities, medical and other resource building programs. 4%

Hazel Joyce Wiley Career & Financial Literacy Institute
EIN: 20-3329409 - The Cornerstone Financial Literacy program gives families a one-stop opportunity to increase financial stability, financial literacy knowledge, economic wealth, homeownership and business ownership through asset-building. 18%

Home of the Innocents, Inc.
EIN: 61-0445834 - The Home provides emergency shelter, residential treatment and therapeutic foster care to abandoned, abused and neglected children, and provides wrap-around/preventive services to at-risk families/young adults. 10%

Hoosier Hills PACT
EIN: 23-7351004 - Hoosier Hills PACT is dedicated to community justice, victim reparation, and offender accountability. Programs include a domestic violence shelter, victim advocacy and community corrections. 3%

Hope Southern Indiana
EIN: 35-1128300 - A community, social services ministry offering the programs of Emergency and Family Services, Youth Development and Volunteerism. 13%

House of Ruth, Inc.
EIN: 61-1231355 - Offers housing and support services to individuals who are HIV-positive, as well as family members who count on them for financial and emotional support. 16%

Jewish Community of Louisville, Inc.
EIN: 61-0444765 - Provides community-based wellness, educational, social, leadership, recreational and cultural programs across the lifecycle, fulfilling the needs of the community at-large. 11%

Jewish Family & Career Services
EIN: 61-0444704 - Comprehensive human services organization serving the entire community with three objectives: strengthening families, fostering self-awareness, sound decision making and promoting well-being and self- sufficiency 20%

Kentucky Youth Advocates, Inc.
EIN: 61-0929390 - KYA works to help families in crisis and create policies that help all children be safe, healthy, and secure. 17%

Keystone Learning Academy
EIN: 61-0668916 - A nationally accredited, MUW Excellence Academy Center that provides quality childcare and early education programs for underprivileged children 6 weeks-11 years old. 15%

Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies
EIN: 61-0492378 - The Kids Center serves special needs children by providing speech, physical, and occupational therapy and family support. 15%

Learning for Life
EIN: 46-5501637 - To provide engaging, relevant Pre K-12 solutions that positively impact academic performance, social & emotional maturity, character development, and career education for all students. 29%

Legal Aid Society, Inc.
EIN: 61-0537626 - The Legal Aid Society is a nonprofit law firm providing civil legal aid to people living in poverty. Our services are always free. 12%

LifeSpan Resources
EIN: 35-1306887 - Serves a variety of supportive services for frail older persons and individuals with disabilities who have multiple needs. 4%

Louisville Central Community Centers, Inc.
EIN: 61-0590743 - Promotes self-sufficiency in the Russell neighborhood through a variety of programs and services for preschoolers, school-age and adult populations. 13%

Louisville Urban League, Inc.
EIN: 61-0444771 - The LUL is about jobs, justice, education, housing and health, connecting WL residents to jobs, supporting educational growth, putting families into homes, and championing justice/equity. 18%

Maryhurst, Inc.
EIN: 31-1542209 - Maryhurst provides residential and foster care treatment programs for emotionally disabled children who have been neglected, abandoned or abused. 9%

Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency, Inc.
EIN: 61-0867061 - Senior Citizen center based and in-home support services for independence; Adult Day Care respite; Low-Income Family emergency and case management services; Weatherization; 4%

Neighborhood House, Inc.
EIN: 61-0445842 - Neighborhood House is a community center serving infants through senior citizens from Portland and surrounding neighborhoods of West Louisville. 23%

New Directions Housing Corporation
EIN: 61-0715630 - New Directions is a not-for-profit community development organization that strengthens civic and volunteer participation to challenge the forces that undermine neighborhood and family stability. 7%

Operation Care, Inc.
EIN: 61-1211189 - Offers the community a quality women's shelter, medical care and a food pantry, in the name of Jesus Christ. 6%

Our Place Drug & Alcohol Education Services, Inc.
EIN: 31-1202976 - Our Place provides a continuum of evidenced based programming to diverse groups supporting education, prevention, intervention and treatment of alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse. 12%

Personal Counseling Service, Inc.
EIN: 31-0919635 - PCS provides mental health counseling, music therapy, and outreach programs to all ages in 12 Indiana counties and four Kentucky counties. 18%

Rauch, Inc.
EIN: 35-1011521 - Serves individuals with developmental challenges including children's services, adult recreational and educational day programs, employment programs and services, interpreting services, and residential supports. 10%

St. Benedict Center for Early Childhood Education Inc.
EIN: 61-0719980 - Saint Benedict Center serves children through a variety of educational programs, including after school and summer initiatives for children in the OST Program. 13%

The Arthur S. Kling Center
EIN: 31-0993739 - A neighborhood senior center, providing social services, programs, education and a place for our seniors to make friends and to improve or enhance their lives. 34%

The Center for Women and Families
EIN: 61-0444846 - Comprehensive wrap-around services support victims of intimate partner abuse/ sexual violence and their children to achieve self-sufficiency and establish independent, violence-free lives. 28%

The Salvation Army Louisville Area Command
EIN: 58-0660607 - The Salvation Army provides shelter, meals, emergency assistance and case management to homeless individuals and families, as well as transitional housing. 26%

The Salvation Army of Southern Indiana, Inc.
EIN: 35-0868167 - Supports self-sufficiency/long-range stability through case management in emergency financial assistance and transitional housing. Provides diverse programming for youth and seniors. 14%

Tri-County Community Action Agency, Inc.
EIN: 61-0856637 - Senior Citizen site based services and in home support. Multi-layered programming for seniors and low-income families; Respite, Food, Emergency financial, Heat, Weatherization, Transportation. 18%

Uspiritus
EIN: 61-0471572 - Uspiritus' Brooklawn residential program provides a continuum of intensive residential treatment and educational services for children and youth with complex emotional/behavioral disabilities. 13%

Visually Impaired Preschool Services
EIN: 61-1061973 - VIPS provides early intervention and educational services to children who are blind and visually impaired, between birth and age 5. 23%

Wellspring
EIN: 31-1020023 - Provides a range of housing and recovery-oriented services for adults with mental illness. Services include crisis stabilization, case management, peer support and behavioral therapy. 21%

Wesley House Community Services
EIN: 61-0449663 - Wesley House's mission is to help people help themselves. We provide childcare, youth services, computer education, English as a second language, and free tax assistance. 31%

YMCA of Greater Louisville, Inc.
EIN: 61-0444843 - The YMCA nurtures healthy development of children, positive behavior, gives families the support they need to succeed, and creates environment of safer and healthier neighborhoods. 13%

United Way of Murray-Calloway County
607 Poplar Street, Suite F, Murray, KY 42071
(270) 753-0317 • www.mccunitedway.org
Serving: Calloway County

EIN: 61-1092650 - To improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community to advance the common good 45%

Angels Community Clinic
EIN: 62-1777249 - Angels Clinic provides health care for the working uninsured of Calloway County. 23%

Calloway County 4-H Leaders Council, Inc.
EIN: 26-1413895 - Calloway County 4-H creates opportunities and supportive environments for youth and adults to become component, caring, civically-minded citizens. 0%

Calloway County Extension Homemakers Association (Parent Education Workgroup)
EIN: 61-1292276 - PEW's purpose is to improve the quality of individuals and families through community service, leadership development, and continuing education. 0%

CASA of Calloway and Marshall Counties
EIN: 20-4033610 - CASA volunteers advocate on behalf of the best interest of children in the Family Count system to abuse or neglect. 25%

Center for Accessible Living, Inc.
EIN: 31-1012847 - CAL is a disability rights and resource center, governed by people with disabilities. Staff provide information, advocacy and services that help the disabled live independently. 19.89%

The Gentry House
EIN: 31-1550418 - Gentry House's mission is to assist families in our community who are struggling with homelessness to transition into more stable, permanent housing. 59.1%

Merryman House Domestic Crisis Center
EIN: 61-0974637 - MHDCC is a comprehensive advocacy and support program for all victims of domestic violence including a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter and non-residential programs. 39.1%

Murray Calloway County Need Line Association, Inc.
EIN: 61-0951383 - Need Line is a community and church cooperative ministry. It exists to give assistance to persons in need, providing food, emergency assistance, referrals and more. 4%

Murray Calloway County Senior Citizens, Inc
EIN: 61-0730009 - Serving seniors in our by community providing nutrition, exercise/health promotion and socialization opportunities to help seniors maintain an independent and meaningful lifestyle. 42.1%

Murray Calloway Endowment for Healthcare Inc. (Obesity Workshop)
EIN: 26-436995 - To improve the quality, access and affordability of healthcare in our region: to advance the mission and vision of your public, not-for-profit hospital. 5%

Murray Youth Swim Team
EIN: 61-1378361 - MYST wishes to be the "go to" organization in Calloway County for learning to swim, swimming for personal health or pursuing competitive swimming. 18%

Purchase Area Sexual Assault and Child Advocacy Center
EIN: 61-1107734 - PASAC provides comprehensive, specialized sexual and child advocacy program services to survivors of sexual violence and child abuse and preventive educational programming. 28%

Soup for the Soul
EIN: 47-3040494 - Serves the hungry by sharing the love of God and giving food for the body, kindness for the soul and hope for the future. 1.5%

United Way of Northeast Kentucky
2000 Carter Avenue, Suite D, Ashland, KY 41101
(606) 325-1810 • www.uwnek.org
Serving: Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Greenup & Lawrence Counties

EIN: 61-6000060 - Building stronger local communities through partnerships that advance the movement of giving, advocating and volunteering for positive change.

American Red Cross – Eastern Kentucky Chapter
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Supports home fire alarm installations and children's home fire education programs.

Ashland Alliance Youth Leadership Development
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides education and mentoring programs for Boyd and Greenup County students.

Ashland Alliance YPA – Backpack Program
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides backpacks, supplies and clothing to low-income children in Boyd and Greenup counties.

Ashland Area YMCA
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Supports children's after school programs.

Ashland Child Development Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Supports daycare services for low-income families.

Ashland Community Kitchen
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides an area feeding program open to the community, providing healthy, hot meals five days a week.

Ashland Senior Center - Boyd Council on Aging
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides socialization and meal opportunies for area seniors.

BankOn Northeast Kentucky
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - A group of local banks/credit unions working to help anyone without a bank account find affordable financial services and learn how to effectively use them.

Bethany House
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Creating effective grassroots programs and substantial, lasting solutions to the economic, personal, and social problems within our service area caused by poverty and powerlessness.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tri-State
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides positive, caring adult interactions and mentoring for area youth.

Blaine Elementary FRYSC
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assists low-income children and families in the Lawrence County School system with a variety of needs and programs.

Boy Scouts of America – Simon Kenton Council
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Helps provide uniforms and supplies to low-income children in scouting.

Boyd County 4-H Council
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides summer camp and educational opportunities for low-income students.

CAReS – Community Assistance & Referral Services
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides case management, housing and utility support for low-income individuals and families and those trying to rise out of homelessness.

Carter County 4-H Council
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers low-income students summer educational opportunities.

Carter County Community Education Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assisting the residents of Carter County with their education needs, whether it be through completing their GED or preparing for college.

Carter County Family Resource Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - The primary goal of Kentucky FRCs is to remove nonacademic barriers to learning as a means to enhance student academic success.

Carter County Public Library
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides books and educational programs to children in Carter County.

Carter County Youth Leadership Development
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides education and mentoring programs for Carter County students.

CASA of Northeast Kentucky
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Supports volunteers assisting children in the legal system due to parental issues.

Clean Start
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers a place for low-income and homeless individuals to go for restrooms, showers and services such as haircuts.

Community Hospice
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers low-income families counseling support through the grieving process.

East Carter Adult Education Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assists low-income individuals with obtaining their GED.

Elliott County Adult Education Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assists low-income individuals with obtaining their GED.

Elliott County Public Library
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers community educational opportunities.

Elliott County Schools FRYSC
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assists low-income children/ families in the Elliott County School system with a variety of needs.

Fallsburg Elementary FRYSC
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assists low-income children and families in the Lawrence County School system with a variety of needs and programs.

Friends of the Children
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides low-income children in the Ashland Schools district with clothing for school.

Girl Scouts of Kentucky Wilderness Road
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers girls from lower income families with opportunities through Girl Scouts.

God’s Food Pantry
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers food assistance to low-income individuals throughout Lawrence County.

Grahn School Community Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers basic needs assistance to low-income families.

Grayson Meals on Wheels
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Proves hot meals to elderly individuals unable to easily leave home or prepare meals alone.

Greenup County 4-H Council
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers educational opportunities to low-income children to learn through summer programs.

Greenup County Habitat for Humanity
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers assistance to individuals needing housing improvement in Greenup County.

Greenup County Meals on Wheels
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides hot meals to elderly individuals who are unable to easily leave home.

Helping Hands of Greenup County
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides food, clothing, shelter and utility assistance to families in Greenup County.

Highlands Museum
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers free educational opportunities for children throughout the region.

Hillcrest Bruce Mission
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Supports those living in the Hillcrest Bruce area of Ashland with food, clothing and other basic necessities.

Hope’s Place Child Advocacy Group
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides emergency medical exams, counseling and support to children of sexual abuse and assault.

Kentucky Child Assault Prevention Program
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides education to children regarding sexual assault, prevention and support.

Lawrence Co. High & Middle Schools FRYSC
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assists low-income children and families in the Lawrence County School system with a variety of needs and programs.

Louisa East & West Elementary Schools FRYSC
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assists low-income children and families in the Lawrence County School system with a variety of needs and programs.

OLBH Meals on Wheels
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides hot meals to homebound elderly individuals.

Partners in Pride
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides low-income children in the Russell School system with clothing and supplies.

Pathways Inc.
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides mental health and drug addiction counseling to individuals throughout the region. Also provides job training to individuals with varying mental and developmental disorders.

Project Merry Christmas
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Project Merry Christmas is a charitable organization that distributes Christmas gifts to children in Carter County.

River Cities Harvest
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Redistributes food to more than 40 food pantries/ feeding sites throughout the region.

Safe Harbor of Northeast Kentucky
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Domestic violence support and housing for men, women and children.

Salvation Army
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Emergency food, clothing and shelter for homeless or displaced individuals and families.

Sarah’s Place
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers a variety of assistance programs and education opportunities to low-income children and families in Elliott County.

Shelter of Hope
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Transitional housing and support for those experiencing homelessness.

South Shore Meals on Wheels
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides hot meals to elderly individuals unable to easily leave home or prepare meals alone.

The Dressing Room
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers clothing and supplies to low-income and homeless individuals.

The ROSE Society
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Supports low-income children in the Boyd County Schools system with clothing/supplies.

Two Hearts Pregnancy Care Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers counseling and support to low-income pregnant parents.

United Way Born Learning Academies
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Helping parents turn everyday moments in to learning opportunities for children, birth-5, in Ashland, Boyd, and Carter County Schools.

United Way of Northeast Kentucky Regional 2-1-1 Coverage
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers individuals throughout Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Greenup and Lawrence counties with one number to call to find assistance programs to help with a variety of needs.

West Carter Adult Education Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Assists low-income individuals with obtaining their GED.

Westwood Boys and Girls Club
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Offers programs and after-school support to children in the area.

Young Men’s Conference for Success
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Leadership development conference for regional high school aged young men.

Young Women Lead
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Leadership development conference for regional young women.

United Way of Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky
2146 Chamber Center Drive, Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017 • (859) 525-2600 • www.uwgc.org
Serving: Boone, Campbell, Grant & Kenton Counties, KY, Middletown Area, Brown, Clermont, Hamilton Counties, OH, Dearborn & Ohio Counties, IN

EIN: 31-0537502 - Advancing the common good by creating lasting change in education, income and health. Partnering to create, tackle and achieve Bold Goals fundamental to improving lives. 14.3%

4C for Children
EIN: 31-0823634 - Provides education and professional development for child care providers who help young children be prepared for school. Helps families find and evaluate child care options. 7.2%

BAWAC, Inc.
EIN: 61-0844925 - Provides vocational rehabilitation, employment and adult day training services, assisting adults with disabilities to achieve their highest level of employment and quality of life.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati
EIN: 31-0577668 - Serves children in need of additional support and guidance from a caring adult volunteer. Children avoid delinquency, drug abuse, early parenting, and incarceration. 14.2%

Boy Scouts of America Dan Beard Council
EIN: 31-0536651 - Serves families in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky through the character education, life skills and leadership development programs of the Boy Scouts of America. 21.2%

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati
EIN: 31-0536965 - Provides youth development activities year-round to children ages 6-18 at seven sites in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. 15.6%

Brighton Center
EIN: 61-0673886 - Creates opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education and training, and communitywide leadership in Northern Kentucky. 14.5%

Catholic Charities Diocese of Covington
EIN: 61-0461728 - Provides a broad range of counseling, parent support, material assistance, and community development services to people and groups in need without regard to status or income.

Children, Inc.
EIN: 31-0910787 - Enables children to be successful in school through unique, highquality child care, home visitation for new moms, and safe, educational after school programs. 15.6%

Children’s Law Center
EIN: 61-1167352 - Provides quality legal representation for children in Kentucky, including juvenile justice, child welfare and disability education issues; provides community education training on children's issues. 16.4%

Covington Partners
EIN: 20-1515753 - Promotes positive youth development through prevention and early intervention strategies in collaboration with the Covington Independent School District.

DCCH Center for Children and Families
EIN: 61-0463943 - Provides residential treatment for emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children, ages 6 to 14, in a small group living setting through counseling, recreation, special education, and behavior modification.

Family Nurturing Center
EIN: 31-1011326 - Provides a range of services that prevent and treat child abuse, build healthy families and educate the community. Locations in both Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati.

Freestore Foodbank
EIN: 23-7122205 - One of Ohio’s largest food banks, helping to prevent hunger through the distribution of 20 million meals annually through a network of 250 community partners throughout 20 counties in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.

Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road Council
EIN: 61-0608104 - Provides leadership development programs for girls 5-17 years old, building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. 7.9%

HealthPoint Family Care Inc.
EIN: 61-0729915 - Provides primary medical care to Northern Kentucky residents regardless of age, gender, race, religion, or income.

Holly Hill Children’s Services
EIN: 61-0461729 - Meets the physical and emotional needs of troubled and neglected children through residential treatment, foster care, adoption services, case management, therapeutic support, supervised visitation. 12.8%

Legal Aid of the Bluegrass
EIN: 61-0668572 - Provides legal help in consumer, family, housing, public benefits, domestic violence, elder law, etc., to low-income persons and vulnerable population groups in Northern Kentucky counties. 13.2%

Life Learning Center
EIN: 20-3454261 - Prepares individuals who demonstrate a commitment to stable employment for full-time productive careers through education, training and life coaching.

Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky and Southwest Ohio
EIN: 61-0712473 - Provides mental health, substance abuse screenings, education, information and referrals, representative payee services, support groups; consumer-led support services; supported employment program. 8.7%

New Perceptions, Inc.
EIN: 61-0705047 - Provides developmental educational services and physical, occupational and speech therapy for children with disabilities. Provides jobs and employment training for adults with developmental disabilities.

NorthKey Community Care
EIN: 61-0661458 - Provides treatment and services for mental health and substance abuse problems and community support services for individuals with developmental disabilities of all age groups.

People Working Cooperatively, Inc.
EIN: 31-0859104 - Provides critical home repairs and home modifications to low-income homeowners and weatherization services to homeowners and some renters in 13 counties throughout Greater Cincinnati. 20.4%

Redwood
EIN: 61-6013702 - Assists children and adults with disabilities to function to their highest potential in family and community through educational therapeutic and vocational programs and life experiences.

United Ministries
EIN: 61-1017027 - Assists families and individuals facing a financial crisis by providing food, assisting with rent/utility payments and helping to develop and implement plans for achieving stability. 0%

Volunteers of America Mid-States
EIN: 61-0480950 - Provides community-based homes, respite care, adult foster care, and community supports to adults with mental retardation or developmental disabilities.

Welcome House of Northern Kentucky, Inc.
EIN: 61-1020382 - Collaborates with the community to provide a continuum of quality services for individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. 16.5%

Women’s Crisis Center
EIN: 61-0908752 - Provides 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, counseling, hospital and court advocacy, domestic violence shelter, and prevention education to victims of domestic violence, rape and sexual abuse.

United Way of the Ohio Valley
403 Park Plaza Drive, Owensboro, KY 42301
(270) 684-0668 • www.uwov.org
Serving: Daviess, Hancock, McLean, Ohio, Union & Webster Counties

EIN: 61-0435444 - Improving lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities in Daviess, Hancock, McLean, Ohio, Union and Webster Counties, KY. 16.5%

AACS – Early Head Start
EIN: 23-7364935 - Provides quality early childhood services for low-income, at risk infants and toddlers ages 6 weeks to 3 years old. 12%

American Red Cross
EIN: 53-0196605 - Prepares the public to face emergencies. Provides relief after house fires/disasters and offers training in CPR and First Aid. Emergency services for armed forces members/families. 11%

Ben’s Place Adult Day Health Care
EIN: 90-0348101 - Provides Adult Day Health Care for those persons who wish to remain independent, but require supervision and/or medical monitoring. 1.6%

BOLD Promise Scholarship Fund
EIN: 31-0997017 - Provides Daviess County traditional and nontraditional students higher education scholarships. 0%

Boulware Mission, Inc.
EIN: 61-0486968 - Helps displaced individuals become self-sufficient through educational programs, substance abuse treatment, and individual case management. Helps alleviate the core issues preventing self-sufficiency. 31.7%

Boy Scouts of America, Lincoln Heritage
EIN: 22-1576300 - A regional agency, providing leadership training, year-round camping facilities and programs for boys 6-21 and girls 14-21. 12.6%

Building Stronger Families
EIN: 30-0078492 - Works with families with young children, teen parents, families living in poverty or with disabilities. Provides home visits to teach parenting skills and develop self-sufficiency. 6.0%

CASA of Ohio Valley
EIN: 61-1303511 - Trains citizens to be advocates in court for abused/neglected children, and to make recommendations to a judge on the best interest of a child. 53%

Chastity Gibson Memorial Trust
EIN: 61-1253674 - Assists low-income families in Union County with minor children who have suffered uninsured medical expenses, costs of rehabilitation, occupation therapy and other related costs. 21.4%

Cliff Hagan Boys and Girls Club
EIN: 61-0663746 - Enhances quality of life for disadvantaged youth, realizing their potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens through physical, social, educational, vocational, leadership, and character-building programs. 24%

Daniel Pitino Shelter
EIN: 61-1245271 - Provides transitional and emergency housing for individuals and families for up to two years. Clients also receive food, medical, dental, clothing and like skills training. 7.9%

Dukes Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-6000807 - Community center offering a full range of recreational, social, and personal programs for seniors. 42%

Foster Grandparent Program
EIN: 23-7364935 - Recruiting and training income eligible volunteers to provide one-on-one assistance to children with special or exceptional needs in schools, day cares and other settings. 30%

Girls Incorporated
EIN: 61-0706477 - Offers girls age 6-18 the opportunity to discover/develop capabilities, skills, knowledge, attitudes needed to support themselves, be leaders and contribute to positive social change. 16%

Gods House of Hope/Heaven’s Grocery
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides a Food Pantry for Senior Citizens and low-income families. 14%

Green River Outreach Family Resource Ctr
EIN: 61-6001255 - Links students/families to specialized organizations/programs to inform/educate in requested areas. Programs available for all family members including newborns, toddlers, children, teens, parents, and grandparents. 68%

H.L. Neblett Center
EIN: 61-0523292 - A comprehensive community center for all ages; provides organized youth, recreation, cultural enrichment and career programs; adult education classes; youth and senior citizens nutrition programs. 17%

Habitat for Humanity
EIN: 61-1260263 - Habitat helps families break the poverty cycle/become independent by providing no interest mortgage for families who would not be able to purchase a home. 1.3%

Hancock County 4-H
EIN: 61-1150132 - Assists youth and adults to improve their lives. 0%

Hancock County Adult Education
EIN: 61-6001293 - Offers private tutoring to those wishing to learn to read or improve reading skills. 6%

Hancock County Family Resource Center
EIN: 61-6001293 - Helps to support and strengthen families through the coordination and development of community resources. 64%

Hancock County Food Pantry
EIN: 61-1047163 - Provides food free of charge to needy families of Hancock County. 19.6%

Hancock County Help Office
EIN: 61-1047163 - Serves residents based on need and income; provides assistance with food, clothing, and household items and in emergencies with utilities, rent, medical bills, and homelessness. 26.9%

Hancock County Repair Affair
EIN: 31-1096608 - Provides necessary repairs of all kinds to homes that qualify. Services are provided by volunteers to elderly or disabled homeowners. Repair supplies are donated. 0%

Happy Feet, Inc.
EIN: 45-5231361 - Provides new athletic shoes to children in need so they can focus on learning. FRC Directors select students based on free/reduced lunch program/teacher recommendations. 1.6%

Hawesville Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-6000807 - Community center offering a full range of recreational, social, and personal programs for seniors. 42%

HC Senior Services - Meals on Wheels
EIN: 61-6000807 - Addresses the needs of seniors in home and senior center facilities. Provides meals, recreation, health information, counseling, crime prevention education, and friendly in-home visits. 42%

Help Office of McLean County
EIN: 61-1037774 - Serves residents based on need and income; provides assistance with food, clothing, and household items, in emergencies with utilities, rent, medical bills, and homeless assistance. 0%

Hospice of Ohio County
EIN: 31-1131099 - Assists terminally ill patients and their families with in-home skilled nursing; family support services; nutritional consultation; coordination of community resources; pastoral consultation and bereavement counseling. 10.2%

Hospice of Western Kentucky
EIN: 31-1010160 - Assists terminally ill patients and their families with in-home skilled nursing; family support services; nutritional consultation; coordination of community resources; pastoral consultation and bereavement counseling. 12.8%

Imagination Library
EIN: 61-6001292 - Provides children, age 0-5, free books in the mail each month, to build a foundation of literacy upon which to build all their educational experiences. 0%

Imagination Library
EIN: 31-1585496 - Provides children, age 0-5, free books in the mail each month, to build a foundation of literacy upon which to build all their educational experiences. 9%

Island Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-6000726 - Community center offering a full range of recreational, social, educational and personal programs for seniors. 16%

Kentucky Legal Aid
EIN: 61-0916523 - Provides free legal representation to eligible, low-income persons in civil matters: family law, consumer, unemployment, social security, veteran’s benefits, housing, and elderly/vulnerable services. 14.3%

Lewisport Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-6000807 - Community center offering a full range of recreational, social, educational and personal programs for seniors. 42%

Livermore Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-6000726 - Community center offering a full range of recreational, social, educational and personal programs for seniors. 16%

Mary Kendall Campus
EIN: 61-0458375 - Provides adoption services and emergency shelter/long-term homes for girls/boys, 10-17, who are adolescent dependents/status offenders; emphasizes behavior modification to facilitate acceptable permanent living arrangements. 19.1%

McLean Co Sr. Services – Meals on Wheels
EIN: 61-6000726 - Delivers nutritional meals to home bound senior citizens. 16%

McLean County 4-H
EIN: 61-1140125 - Strengthens families/communities, provides formal and non-formal experimental learning, develops skills and fosters leadership/volunteerism for culturally diverse youth/adults to be capable, competent and caring citizens. 2.3%

McLean County Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-6000726 - Community center offering a full range of recreational, social, educational and personal programs for seniors. 16%

Mentor Kids Kentucky
EIN: 61-12222299 - Matches volunteers one-on-one with children from single-parent/foster homes to provide companionship, role modeling and support. Offers adult mentors for single mothers, providing a friend/guide. 71%

Morganfield Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-6000887 - Community center offering a full range of recreational, social, and personal programs for seniors. 16%

Munday Activity Center, Inc.
EIN: 31-1044915 - Offers recreational, social, and personal programs for seniors; hot lunches during the week at congregate meal sites, and to homebound seniors through “Meals on Wheels”. 11%

New Beginnings Sexual Assault Support Services
EIN: 61-1142453 - Provides counseling to victims and families of sexual assault; 24-hour crisis line and telephone counseling; legal and medical advocacy; community and school education. 22.9%

OASIS Spouse Abuse Shelter
EIN: 61-0995743 - Provides a safe, secure, shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children. Individual/group counseling, advocacy services, drug/alcohol treatment, information, referral, and community education services. 15%

Ohio County 4-H
EIN: 61-1301327 - Strengthens families/communities, provides formal and non-formal experimental learning, develops skills and fosters leadership/volunteerism for culturally diverse youth/adults to be capable, competent and caring citizens. 8.9%

Ohio County Equestrian, Inc.
EIN: 61-1328957 - For all persons with mild-severe disabilities: promotes skills in educational, recreational, vocational, and community domains. Includes individual/group riding lessons; vocational/aptitude training; learning and physical wellness. 0%

Ohio County Food Pantry
EIN: 61-0549873 - Food distribution station that distributes boxed, canned and frozen food to the low-income citizens of Ohio County. 18%

Ohio County Senior Services
EIN: 61-6000805 - Provides congregate meals/socializing activities for clients needing the interaction/socialization that a day at the center provides. Offers clients a happy, safe home away from home. 14%

Olive Branch Services
EIN: 61-0561426 - Provides information and financial resources to individuals and families facing serious, incapacitating or terminal illnesses. 0%

Owensboro Family YMCA
EIN: 61-0561344 - Social, educational, and recreational agency offering programs encouraging physical, mental and spiritual wellness for all. Emphasis on youth services supported by scholarships ensuring community participation. 17.7%

Project Graduation
EIN: 20-1261301 - Provides an all-night event for graduating Hancock County High School Seniors to discourage under-age drinking, and an alternative to the traditional unsupervised after-graduation party. 2.2%

RSVP
EIN: 23-7364935 - A regional agency which organizes, recruits, trains and places volunteers 55 and older for service to meet critical community needs through not-for profit agencies. 72%

Sacramento Senior Citizens Ctr.
EIN: 61-6000726 - Community center offering a full range of recreational, social, educational and personal programs for seniors. 16%

Salvation Army
EIN: 58-0660607 - Serves the needy with counseling/guidance; provides emergency food, clothing, and other survival items; youth recreation and character building programs after school and during the summer. 24%

Senior Companion Program
EIN: 23-7364935 - Recruits/trains income eligible senior volunteers to provide one-on-one assistance to senior adults, helping them with light housekeeping, laundry assistance, meal preparation, companionship and respite. 30%

Shelter of Love
EIN: 61-1123094 - A crisis pregnancy center offering a multitude of services to women ages 12-30.

SkillTrain – Ohio County
EIN: 61-1109704 - Offers free academic skill instruction to adults wishing/needing to raise low literacy skills, earn GED, develop job-seeking skills and prepare for post-secondary education/training for employment. 10.8%

South Hancock Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-6000807 - Community center offering a full range of recreational, social, educational, and personal programs for seniors. 42%

Special Olympics, KY Tri-County Champs
EIN: 61-0954571 - A year round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. 0%

St. Anthony’s Hospice
EIN: 31-1010566 - Assists terminally ill patients and their families with in-home skilled nursing; family support services; nutritional consultation; coordination of community resources; pastoral consultation and bereavement counseling. 19.7%

St. Benedict’s Homeless Shelter
EIN: 53-0196617 - Emergency homeless shelter for men. Open from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 a.m. 365 days a year. Provides overnight shelter and basic needs. 40.3%

Sturgis Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-6000887 - Community center offering a full range of recreational, social, and personal programs such as: educational and nutritional programs; visitation and transportation. 16%

The Arc of Owensboro
EIN: 61-0539889 - Provides advocacy, vocational training, job placement and work service programs for disabled adults; and advocacy, counseling, activities for parents/families of persons who are disabled. 27.2%

UC Senior Services – Meals on Wheels
EIN: 61-6000887 - Addresses the needs of seniors in home and senior center facilities. Provides meals, recreation, health information, counseling, crime prevention education, and friendly in-home visits. 16%

Union County Family Resource Center
EIN: 31-158496 - Enhance students’ ability to succeed in school by assisting children, youth, and families with many areas of life/well-being. Provides basic needs/removes barriers to learning. 9%

Union County Happy Pack, Inc.
EIN: 27-0525187 - Feeding program for children with little/no food available on weekends or school holidays. Nonperishable foods are sent home in a backpack with children each Friday. 2%

Union County YMCA
EIN: 61-1173801 - A social, educational, recreational community agency offering programs encouraging physical wellness for all ages. Emphasizes youth services supported by scholarship programs ensuring full community participation. 39%

Uniontown Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-6000887 - One of three nutritional/activity sites in Union County. The site provides recreational activities and a place for seniors to socialize in Uniontown and surrounding areas. 16%

United Family Services
EIN: 61-1114988 - Offers emergency assistance for food, utilities and housing needs; distributes non-perishable food to clients. 0.5%

Webster County Senior Services – Meals on Wheels
EIN: 61-6000753 - Provides services to seniors in both the home and center. Services include on-site and home-delivered meals, transportation, socialization, assistance with medication, home visits and more. 1%

United Way of Paducah/McCracken County
333 Broadway, Suite 502, Paducah, KY 42001
(270) 442-1691 • www.unitedwaypaducah.org
Serving: McCracken County

EIN: 61-0514710 - United Way of Paducah-McCracken County improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community to advance the common good. 25.7%

American Red Cross of Western Kentucky
EIN: 53-0196605 - The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. 9.6%

Child Watch Counseling and Advocacy Center, Inc.
EIN: 61-1105299 - We provide counseling for child victims of abuse and neglect and their caregivers, CASA court advocacy, and abuse prevention education for families and children. 20%

Family Service Society, Inc.
EIN: 61-0461408 - Family Service Society helps residents who are in a crisis situation with the following needs: dental, medication, vision, utilities, food, clothing, and household goods. 45.6%

Hope Unlimited Family Care Center
EIN: 61-1180457 - Provide ongoing support to individuals and families in the areas of pregnancy, parenting, healthy relationships, post-abortion, sexual abuse recovery, life skills, employment and mentoring. 42.3%

Kentucky Legal Aid
EIN: 61-0916523 - Legal assistance in non-criminal cases involving basic needs such as family law, housing, public benefits, and consumer issues for people unable to afford private lawyers. 13.5%

Lincoln Heritage Council, Boy Scouts of America
EIN: 22-1576300 - Aims of Scouting: Character, Citizenship, Fitness Methods of Scouting: Ideals, Patrols, Outdoor Programs, Advancement, Association with Adults, Personal Growth, Leadership Development, Uniform 9%

Oscar Cross Boys and Girls Club of Paducah
EIN: 611001392 - Providing services to children who are in search of support, guidance and love. 18.53%

Paducah Day Nursery
EIN: 61-0458377 - Develops children's social skills/family involvement to improve academic performance. Funding provides lower staff-to-child ratios, continuing education for staff, and activities to support learning. 11%

Paducah Interfaith Ministry dba Paducah Cooperative Ministry
EIN: 61-0873781 - A local response to urgent needs, we provide homeless services for all, with residential shelter for women and children, assistance with groceries, utilities and rent 11.7%

Paducah Lifeline Ministries- Ladies Living Free
EIN: 20-0801622 - Provides men and women with Christ-centered solutions to drug and alcohol addiction. Committed to helping individuals become spiritually alive, mentally sound and physically well. 28.6%

Paducah-McCracken County Senior Citizens Center
EIN: 61-0894961 - We provide: Transportation; Meal-on-wheels; Hot lunches; Health screenings, speakers, classes: Exercise equipment, classes, dances; Volunteer Opportunities; Home Repair; Trips; Socialization; Recreation; Crafts; Fun and Fellowship. 19.8%

Rape Victims Services, Inc. dba Purchase Area Sexual Assault and Child Advocacy Center
EIN: 61-1107734 - Provides comprehensive, specialized sexual assault and child advocacy program services to all-age survivors of sexual violence and child abuse as well as prevention education programming. 28%

St. Nicholas Healthcare Payment Assistance Program, Inc.
EIN: 61-1260945 - We provide healthcare payment assistance to uninsured working adults who do not qualify for government insurance programs. (primary care, pharmacy, dental, prescription glasses, hearing aids.) 25%

The Salvation Army
EIN: 61-0452065 - The Salvation Army Social Services provides food baskets, utility and rent assistance, clothing, etc. to individuals and families on a need or emergency basis. 14%

Woman Aware, Inc. dba Merryman House Domestic Crisis Center
EIN: 61-0974637 - The MHDCC is a comprehensive advocacy and support program for all victims of domestic violence including a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter and non-residential programs. 39.1%

United Way of the Pennyrile
1110 South Main Street, Suite A, Hopkinsville, KY 42241
(270) 886-8171 • www.pennyrileunitedway.org
Serving: Caldwell, Christian, Todd & Trigg Counties
EIN: 61-0567661 - Creating opportunities for a better life for all and advancing the common good through investing in education, income, and health.


Aaron McNeil House
Promotes the well-being of families through crisis relief, education and basic needs (food, rent/mortgage/utilities, prescriptions). Tutoring, summer camp, reading programs, self-esteem and budgeting for youth/adults. 0%

American Red Cross
EIN: 53-0196605 - A humanitarian organization led by volunteers who provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. 10%

Armed Services YMCA
EIN: 62-0491361 - Programs offered are the Backyard Boutique, Playgroups, Operation Hero, Family Night and a Co-Op Daycare. Average overall program participation is over 1,400 families per month. 11%

Boys and Girls Club
EIN: 20-2103260 - Youth programs--Homework Help, Tutoring, Athletics, Leadership, Mentoring and Art for boys/girls 6-18. Fostering a sense of belonging that empowers youth to build better futures. 21%

Bright Life Farms
EIN: 61-1352930 - Provides quality, family-centered, 24-hour care, community participation and enrichment in all areas of development for special adults 1%

Caldwell County Free Clinic
EIN: 61-1316804 - Provides medical and pharmaceutical care at little or no cost to Caldwell County working poor. 44%

Christian County Literacy Council
EIN: 61-1140681 - Increases literacy skills of children ages birth-4 years old in Christian County. Ensures that Hopkinsville/Christian County offers a quality literacy experience for the entire population. 11%

Christian County Rescue Team
EIN: 61-1209390 - Provides a force of highly trained volunteer personnel equipped with the most modern rescue equipment to respond to all local man-made or natural disasters 0%

Christian County Youth Services
EIN: 61-1240376 - We are a volunteer program for court referred youth. The program provides social & recreational opportunities to supplement academic & treatment programs established to rehabilitate youth. 0%

Dyslexia Association
EIN: 61-1227318 - Screens, provides remediation, and helps to educate and advocate for identification and appropriate teaching methods for individuals with reading disorders using a one-to-one tutoring method. 33%

Imagination Library
EIN: 61-0669235 - Provides one free book a month for children under 5. Parents reading to their children with Imagination Library books prepares them to be life-long readers. 0%

Kentucky Legal Aid
EIN: 61-0916523 - Kentucky Legal Aid provides free civil legal help to low-income elderly and disabled individuals in western Kentucky. 14%

PACS Meals on Wheels
EIN: 61-0862133 - Community Action Agency for the nine-county Pennyrile area. Administers state and federal programs that directly affect the elderly, low-income and handicapped of the area. 14%

PACS/RSVP
(Retired Senior Volunteer Program)
EIN: 61-0862133 - Provides the stimulus for adults 55 and over to use their life experience/skills to answer the call of their neighbors in need through volunteer service. 14%

Pennyrile Children's Advocacy Center
Provides free services for child victims of sexual abuse and their non-offending caregivers. Services include interviews, medical exams, counseling, court and personal advocacy, and community education/training. 0%

Pennyroyal Hospice
EIN: 31-1076528 - Enhances lives of the dying, to assure long term emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being of survivors. Educates on care of those affected by end-of-life issues. 9.3%

Saint Luke Free Clinic
EIN: 61-1237058 - Provides quality healthcare and prescription medication assistance to low-income, working, and uninsured residents of Christian and Trigg Counties. 28%

Salvation Army
EIN: 58-0660607 - Faith-based assistance through character development with direct material aid without discrimination. We provide emergency/transitional housing, emergency food, clothing, counseling, family building programs and disaster services. 0%

Sanctuary Inc.
EIN: 31-1070451 - Provides emergency shelter, individual/group counseling, hospital accompaniment, legal advocacy, public education, and transitional/permanent housing for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and dependent children. 13%

Trace Industries
EIN: 61-0662739 - A community rehabilitation program of the Pennyroyal Mental Health Center providing vocational and social skills training to help each individual develop to their highest potential. 6.8%

YMCA (Pryme Tyme and Jobs for Life)
EIN: 61-1297293 - Pryme Tyme: Tutoring, mentoring, character development and homework assistance to at-risk youth. Jobs for Life: Job training and support, enabling participants to secure meaningful employment. 38%

United Way of South Central Kentucky
208 East Mt. Vernon Street, Somerset, KY 42501
(606) 679-2974
Serving: Adair, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, McCreary, Pulaski, Russell, Taylor & Wayne Counties

EIN: 23-7169364 - Locally supporting and funding the work of 28 human service agencies in Adair, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, McCreary, Pulaski, Russell, Taylor and Wayne Counties. 18.66%


United Way of Southeastern Kentucky
412 Roy Campbell Drive, Hazard, KY 41701
(606) 439-0329
Serving: Breathitt, Knott, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Owsley, Perry & Wolfe Counties

EIN: 61-1161667 - Locally supporting and funding the work of human service agencies in Breathitt, Knott, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Owsley, Perry and Wolfe Counties.

Appalachian Artisan Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Supporting the Appalachian Artisan Center youth engagement art project.

Breathitt County Senior Citizen Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing meals for seniors.

Care Cottage
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing child abuse investigation forensics and counseling.

Community Ministries
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Early childhood development services.

Forward in the Fifth
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Educational website and mental health/first aid training project.

Hazard Perry County Senior Citizen Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing meals for seniors.

Helping Hands
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing food pantry services.

Hindment Settlement School
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Support for the Hindment Settlement School youth tutoring program.

Hospice of the Blue Grass
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Charity end-of-life care for persons and families in need.
Housing Development Alliance
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing remodeling and repair services for ten homes for persons and families in need.

Imagination Library - Colly
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing one book a month to families to encourage parents reading with children.

K.V.E.C
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing the unique MILL (Mobile Inquiry Learning lab) program for the local community.

Kentucky Homeplace
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Dentures, eye glasses and medications for persons and families in need.

Kentucky River Area Development District
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Elder abuse awareness and prevention project.

Kentucky Valley Education Cooperative
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Art and physical activity project for youth.

Lee County Senior Citizen Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing meals for seniors.

LKLP Adult Day Services
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Day services and equipment for the intellectually disabled.

LKLP Aviation Camp
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing youth with education and experience in aviation.

LKLP Safe House
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Support for abused women and children--food/supplies/utilities.

LKLP Summer Camp
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Youth education project.

Lotts Creek Community School
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Support for the Lotts Creek Community School garden.

Owsley County Senior Citizen
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing meals for seniors.

Pathfinders
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Youth development/nutrition cooking classes.

Perry County Central High School Girls Athletics
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Support for the PCCHS girls basketball team.

Perry County Central High School Wrestling Program
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Support for the PCCHS wrestling team.

Salvation Army Hazard
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing basic needs services for persons and families in need.

Saving Grace MCC Appalachian
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing supplies/utlities for the homeless.

Smile Faith Foundation
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing free dental work for persons and families in need.

UK Center for Excellence in Rural Health
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing an educational summer camp for youth interested in the healthcare field.

Wolfe County Senior Citizens Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Providing meals for seniors.

United Way of Southern Kentucky
1110 College Street, Bowling Green, KY 42101
(270) 843-3205 • www.uwsk.org
Serving: Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Hart, Logan, Metcalfe, Monroe, Simpson & Warren Counties

EIN: 61-0590564 - Bringing together hundreds of businesses, human-services agencies, government, private foundations and dedicated volunteers around a common vision of creative positive change to achieve long-lasting results. 29%

Dolly Parton Imagination Library
EIN: 61-0590564 - This program builds the home libraries of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, providing monthly, age appropriate books to children from birth to five years of age. 29%

Southern Kentucky 2-1-1
EIN: 61-0590564 - Southern Kentucky 2-1-1 provides free, confidential community resource navigation that connects individuals & families to essential health & human services. 29%

UWSK Income
EIN: 61-0590564 - Income work supports strategies to ensure people have the appropriate skills to maintain a living wage employment. 29%

UWSK Education
EIN: 61-0590564 - Education work is designed to prepare children, youth & young adults to succeed in school & through life. 29%

UWSK Safety Net
EIN: 61-0590564 - Safety Net services will be invested in programs so that basic needs are met in a timely manner through a coordinated system of resources. 29%

UWSK Health
EIN: 61-0590564 - Health work is designed to support programs that give people access to quality, affordable health & crisis intervention services. 29%


Tri-County Kentucky United Way
321 South Third Street, Bardstown, KY 40004
(502) 348-1891 • www.tricountykyuw.com
Serving: Marion, Nelson & Washington Counties

EIN: 34-1512648 - Raises funds from businesses and individuals to fund local programming in Marion, Nelson, and Washington Counties. Also, helps to develop strategies to address community issues.

Bardstown at Home
EIN: 45-2783793 - Assists seniors, 55 years and older in Nelson County, to live safely in their own homes while aging, and provides them needed services through volunteers.

Bardstown/Nelson Co. Community Education: Friday Back Pack Program
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides supplementary food for the weekend to pre-school through high school students in need.

Bardstown Family Resource Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Builds partnerships between school, home and the community to best meet the needs of students and families within the Bardstown City School District.

Bardstown Youth Service Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Enhances ability to succeed by developing/sustaining partnerships that promote early learning, successful transition to school, academic achievement, productive adult life.

Bethany Haven
EIN: 31-1521503 - Provides transitional housing, food, advocacy, and referral services for homeless individuals and families in Nelson County.

Central Kentucky Community Action Council: Community Collaboration for Children
EIN: 61-0662971 - Aids families in improving self-sufficiency and stability.

Central Kentucky Community Action Council: Congregate Meals Program
EIN: 61-0662971 - Provides home-delivered meals to those who meet eligibility requirements.

Central Kentucky Community Action Council: Head Start
EIN: 61-0662971 - Prepares pre-school age children in Marion, Nelson and Washington Counties for successful performance in kindergarten and beyond.

Central Kentucky Community Action Council: Retired & Senior Volunteer Program
EIN: 61-0662971 - Provides adults over the age of 55 with local volunteer opportunities.

Central Kentucky Community Action Council: Senior Companion Program
EIN: 61-0662971 - Provides assistance and companionship to frail, elderly and disabled individuals, primarily over the age of 55.

Feeding America, Kentucky's Heartland
EIN: 61-1043635 - Provides food, grocery items and government commodities to individuals in need.

Fusion Youth Services Center, Nelson County Schools
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Enhances students' abilities to succeed in school, academic achievement, and well-being, in school, graduation and transition to adult life.

Girls on the Run Central Kentucky
EIN: 26-3517273 - Inspires Marion County girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident, using a fun, experience-based curriculum, which creatively integrates running.

Glasscock Elementary Family Resource Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Provides family assistance in reducing non-cognitive barriers and program improvement.

Guthrie Opportunity Center Foundation, Inc.
EIN: 45-2999517 - Provides vocational training, community sourced employment, day services, advocacy, arts and social recreation to individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities in Nelson Co.

Isaiah House Recovery Center
EIN: 26-2961334 - Provides recovery, transformation, and healing by instilling tools to break destructive patterns and habits, restoring broken relationships and living a disciplined abundant life.

Marion County Community Action
EIN: 61-0662971 - Provides financial assistance to low-income, working households in Marion County, who meet eligibility requirements.

Marion County Good Samaritan Foundation
EIN: 45-5488392 - Helps to ease financial stress for Marion County residents diagnosed with cancer and facing the unknowns of this devastating illness.

NELCASA (Nelson County Court Appointed Special Advocates)
EIN: 61-1101749 - Provides advocates to be a "powerful voice in court" for the abused, neglected, and dependent children of Nelson County.

Nelson County Community Action
EIN: 61-0662971 - Provides financial assistance to low-income, working households in Nelson County, who meet eligibility requirements.

Nelson County Community Clinic
EIN: 20-4876401 - Provides access to basic medical, dental, vision, lab and prescription services to working, uninsured residents of Nelson County.

New Hope Food Bank
EIN: 61-1271089 - Provides food and household commodities to those in need in Nelson County.

New Life Center
EIN: 61-1339305 - Equips and empowers parents and caregivers, through mentoring and parenting classes, from pregnancy through early childhood, in building healthy relationships and strong families.

Northeast Schools Teaming Together Family Resource and Youth Services Center (NESTT FRYSC)
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Enhances ability to succeed by developing/sustaining partnerships that promote early learning, successful transition to school, academic achievement, productive adult life.

SpringHaven, Inc.
EIN: 61-1096261 - Provides advocacy, safe shelter and education to victims of domestic violence.

St. Vincent DePaul Mission Store and Bread for Life Food Pantry
EIN: 53-0196617 - Offers compassion, support, rental and utilities assistance, shelter, clothing, food, furniture and household items to individuals in need.

Team Up! Family Resource & Youth Service Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Serves pre-school through 8th grade students and their families by offering and providing a variety of services at home and at school.

The Caring Place Domestic Violence
EIN: 61-1242828 - Provides information, counseling, legal advocacy and referral services to victims of domestic violence in Marion, Nelson, Taylor and Washington Counties.

The Compassionate Friends of Nelson County
EIN: 91-2114389 - Offers friendship, understanding and hope to bereaved parents, siblings, grandparents and others during the death of a child.

The Village Family Resource and Youth Services Center
EIN: Please call the number above for more information - Engages and educates parents on early learning and its effect on childhood development.

Washington County Community Action
EIN: 61-0662971 - Provides financial assistance to low-income, working households in Washington County, who meet eligibility requirements.


WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc.

EIN: 23-7075524 - Serving children with special needs. Making life better by funding agencies, schools and hospitals in Kentucky and Southern Indiana that assist children with special needs. 12.0%


Change a child’s life!

Our Mission
The WHAS Crusade for Children makes life better for children with special needs by inspiring generosity with our community partners.

$175 Million dollars raised

Millions of children helped

170 Counties in Kentucky and Indiana

65 Years Running



Thanks to generous contributions of goods and services, the Crusade is able to return 100 percent of all donations to organizations that serve children with special needs in all 120 Kentucky counties and more than 50 southern Indiana counties.


Every penny counts!
The Crusade’s annual average donations of $5 million are only able to fund one-third of the up to $15 million in grant requests from Kentucky schools, hospitals and agencies.

100% for the kids!
The WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc. established in 1954 by WHAS-TV, raises money for agencies, schools and hospitals to make life better for children with special needs. In its first 64 years, the Crusade has raised more than $175 million.

One hundred percent of every donation made in Kentucky stays in Kentucky to help schools, hospitals, and agencies that provide direct services to children with special needs.

WHAS Crusade for Children
520 West Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 582-7706
www.whascrusade.org

KECC Kentucky Employees Charitable Campaign

P.O. Box 4653, Louisville, KY 40204
kecc@uwky.orgwww.kecc.org
502.589.2296