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Organizations Our Team Members Proudly Support

The Morton Center

The mission of The Morton Center is to restore the health of individuals and families struggling with alcoholism and other addictions by providing specialized counseling and educational services. 


To learn more about The Morton Center, please visit:

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Greater Louisville Inc. [GLI]


In our work to help transform the 15-county/2-state region we call home, GLI is incorporating the aspirations and inspiration of small businesses as well as large companies. We’re considering the needs of those opening their doors last year, just as much as businesses operating over a century. Our efforts must nurture homegrown businesses while accommodating companies that relocate to our region. We commit to working towards a supportive business environment for traditional companies such as manufacturers and logistics experts and healthcare professionals right alongside those in the high-tech, digital and creative and entrepreneurial marketplaces.


A Greater Louisville Region with an exceptional economy where businesses succeed and people thrive.


To accelerate economic growth, job creation and business competitiveness in the Greater Louisville Region.

See our 2023 Annual Report.

To learn more about Greater Louisville Inc. [GLI], please visit:  Greater Louisville Inc.

The Library Foundation

The Library Foundation enhances the Louisville Free Public Library's mission of providing the people of Metro Louisville with the broadest possible access to knowledge, ideas, and information, and to support them in their pursuit of learning.  Since its founding in 1980, the Foundation has provided funding to build the library's collections, to expand technology, and to support vital library programs, services, projects, such as the Summer Reading Program, librarian scholarships, The Job Shop, the new Newburg branch library, and the Landmark Initiative to restore and renovate the historic Main Library.


To learn more about The Library Foundation and how you can get involved please visit:

Trees Louisville

Trees Louisville works to protect and expand Louisville's urban forest through tree planting, public awareness, education and collaboration. 


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Olmsted Parks Conservancy

Olmsted Parks Conservancy strives to restore, enhance and forever protect Louisville's system of 18 parks and 6 parkways, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in the late 1890's.  An investment in these historic assets is for the health, stability and safety of the entire city, allowing for projects and programs that connect nature and neighborhood while strengthening the community.  Keenly focused on historic restoration, environmental protection and community well-being, the Conservancy partners with Louisville Metro Parks Department to ensure that Olmsted's vision for Louisville is upheld, now and for the future.


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21st Century Parks

21st Century Parks serves as stewards entrusted to create and preserve unexcelled parklands that reflect the needs and values of our whole community.  The goal of The Parklands of Floyds Fork is to build a world-class, systemic addition to Louisville's park system; if done right, the outcome is the creation of the finest edge in the country.


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Volunteers of America


Volunteers of America was founded in 1896 by social reformers Ballington and Maud Booth. They envisioned a movement dedicated to “reaching and uplifting" people in need. On behalf of the organization, the Booths pledged to “go wherever we are needed and do whatever comes to hand." That declaration continues to guide Volunteers of America's outreach efforts today, even as we deliver services by our trained, professional staff.


Volunteers of America opened its first location in Kentucky in 1896 — the same year Ballington and Maud Booth founded the national organization — bringing food and medicine to people not served by other charities.

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