non-profit

Recreation
7:00 am
Wed December 25, 2013

Disabled Recreation Non-Profit Expanding Services

Credit http://www.handicapable.net/

A non-profit organization that provides hunting and fishing services for about 150 disabled people in western Kentucky is attempting to double the amount of people it helps. 

The co-founder of handiCAPABLE Guide Services, Noel Dillard, started the business in 1993 when, inspired by a student with muscular dystrophy, Dillard vowed to help the young man become a fishing guide. Dillard continues to help people in his honor. 

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Society
12:43 pm
Wed August 28, 2013

Woodmen of the World Launch 'Red Basket' Giving Initiative

Woodmen of the World’s Angela Hatton brings news of a new non-profit, direct-giving website called “Red Basket – Tiny Deeds. Tremendous Good” that connects people in need of financial assistance with those willing to help. She speaks with Kate Lochte about this new initiative, why Woodmen of the World started the program and how one can participate. Click here for more about Red Basket.

Culture
2:34 pm
Wed July 17, 2013

State Grant Helps Non-Profits Thrive

Credit Kentucky Arts Council

  Twenty-One Western Kentucky Arts and Cultural organizations are recipients of more than $344,000  in state grants from the Kentucky Arts Council. The council awarded nearly two million dollars statewide through the annual Kentucky Arts Partnership grant program. 

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Society
3:05 pm
Fri June 28, 2013

Community Initiatives at the Murray-Calloway County United Way

Kate Lochte speaks with Aaron Dail, Executive Director of the Murray-Calloway County United Way, on Sounds Good. They talk about the transformation of the United Way involving community conversations and community change, and efforts being made on a local level. Three of their current focus areas are educational attainment, income stability for families, and healthy living/healthy lifestyles. Also, Aaron talks about local campaigns such as GetConnected and their involvement with Toyota's bornlearning initiative. See more at mccunitedway.com.

Education
3:44 pm
Fri May 4, 2012

Philanthrophy 360

Not long ago there was an eye-opening report about the transfer of wealth that aging baby boomers would create, and non-profits took note.  Next week there’s an educational program in Murray about the latest trends in philanthropy and how to harness them to enrich the quality of life in our area for generations.  Kate Lochte has more.