The past couple weeks have been a strange and challenging time for everyone, and nonprofit organizations aren’t immune from these experiences. Many nonprofits are hit as hard as everyone else.
There’s considerable uncertainty in our community right now. Necessary steps implemented by state and federal government to reduce the risk of infection and spread of the coronavirus have impacted every portion of our daily routines. More than ever before, keeping you informed about these ma…
In the last few weeks, I’ve had to tell my kids their birthday parties are canceled. They’re bored at home. They’re sad they are not able to go to swim team practice. They’re disappointed they can’t have sleepovers with their friends.
I came to Elizabethtown broken hearted. I heard the body you housed was a girl I fostered for three years and nearly adopted. I drove in a daze and the blur of tears to get to you.
Once news came out about Hardin County Animal Shelter achieving pro-life status, I noted through the celebration, some expressed doubt the shelter was really no kill.
While legislators are meeting in Frankfort during this year’s General Assembly session, they will look for ways to improve Kentucky’s communities, grow the state’s workforce and provide an affordable way for students to attend and pay for college.