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Central Music Academy
The Central Music Academy provides free music education for economically disadvantaged children who live in Lexington, Kentucky. CMA offers both private lessons and group classes. 100% of our students are low-income.
The Hope Center's mission is to care for homeless and at-risk persons by providing life-rebuilding services. For twenty years we have focused on the root causes of individual homelessness, such as addiction, mental illness, lack of skills or the need to connect with the appropriate resources. The Hope Center is much more than just a shelter. It is a multi-location, comprehensive social service agency delivering a variety of programs to help people get off the street and stay off the street.
The mission of Woodford Theatre (WT) is to provide the best quality theatre in Central Kentucky by 1) involving volunteers in all aspects of our work, 2) utilizing a professionally trained staff to offer educational opportunities in theatrical arts to people of all ages, and 3) maintaining a sound business structure that is fiscally responsible. Our intention is to cultivate an appreciation for live theatre in our audiences as well as valuable and employable skills for our participants.
New Life Homeless Day Center (NLDC)
Our goal is an out of the weather, off the streets peaceful refuge where we can be a "connecting point" to jobs, housing, and other services to get homeless clients permanently off the streets.
Friends & Vets Helping Pets
Friends & Vets Helping Pets provides financial assistance for lifesaving veterinary care for sick and injured pets of income-qualified families. We fund treatments for curable, lifesaving diseases and severe injuries such as tumors, broken bones, ambulatory care, expensive medication, special food and post-surgical prosthetics. We hope to solve the problem of families being forced, unnecessarily, to euthanize a family pet solely because of cost restraints.
Leeds Center for the Arts has been used by the community in Clark County for over 90 years. What started as a movie theater was converted to a community arts venue in the 1980s and strives to energize the community through the beauty and emotional power of the arts.
Primate Rescue Center Inc.
Apes and monkeys have been used as lab subjects, entertainment animals, and even been unsuccessfully tried as household pets for decades. As a result, many apes and monkeys have suffered emotional and physical traumas and need our help! Fortunately, our sanctuary provides a supportive, quiet safe haven for these wonderful animals for the rest of their lives. We care for nearly fifty primates, including 9 chimpanzees and 38 monkeys and lesser apes.
Thoroughbred Charities of America
TCA's mission is to provide a better life for Thoroughbreds, both during and after their racing careers, by supporting qualified repurposing and retirement organizations and by helping the people who care for them. As a large grantor of funds in the Thoroughbred industry, TCA raises money for distribution to approved organizations that support Thoroughbred rehabilitation, retraining, and rehoming; backstretch and farm employee programs; and equine-assisted therapy programs.
For 17 years, Bluegrass Greensource has empowered individuals, businesses, organizations, and communities with the tools they need to create a more sustainable Bluegrass. We do this in 20 counties through direct engagement of students and teachers, community members, businesses, and others who are invested in creating a more sustainable Central Kentucky.
Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
Philanthropic support is essential for the Kentucky Horse Park to continue operating as a working horse farm, a world-renowned competition facility and an international center for equine education. The Foundation supports the work of the Kentucky Horse Park by providing annual operating support, and funding special projects and educational programs.
Newton's Attic is dedicated to providing students with highly unusual educational experiences and providing STEM (Science Technology, Engineering Mathematics) educational resources to parents, students and teachers. Our mission is to stimulate interest in science and engineering through exciting hands-on projects, classes and summer camps.
Kentucky United Methodist Children's Homes
For over 145 years, we have served young people originally as an orphanage and now offering care to children with histories of abuse, neglect and/or family trauma. We serve over 600 children annually, both on campus and in local communities across Kentucky… Bringing hope, one child at a time.
Lady Veterans Connect Inc
LVC provides a transitional housing program for homeless women veterans where they can live for one year while receiving programs and counseling for healing and becoming productive citizens again.
Clark County Community Services
The mission of Clark County Community Services (CCCS) is to provide a central location where individuals and families can receive assistance in time of crises, and to empower responsive families toward self-sufficiency. CCCS is a local organization responsive to the basic needs of low-income individuals and families in Clark County.
We are dedicated to physically, nutritionally, and spiritually serving the homeless and low income population of Lexington and the Fayette County area. We offer prayer and counsel and serve free, warm meals daily through our Dining with Dignity ministry, where a speaker shares God's love with our guests before each meal. We equip people with adequate shoes through our Michael's Feet ministry. Lastly, we provide hygiene products to our neighbors in need through our Self Care ministry.