Organized by the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, Kentucky Gives Day is an innovative online fundraising event that encourages Kentuckians to donate as much money as possible in support of their favorite participating charities through a single website and in just twenty-four hours.
Beginning at midnight EST on May 24 and continuing until 11:59pm EST, Kentuckians will go online to kygives.org, connect with causes like PCSO and make tax-deductible donations to support the important work of Kentucky charities. All online donations for PCSO made on kygives.org during Kentucky Gives Day will go directly to support our mission.
“Kentuckians are generous – raising over $930,000 in three years through Kentucky Gives Day,” said Danielle Clore, executive director of Kentucky Nonprofit Network. “Nonprofits are essential to vibrant communities and they need our support. I encourage all Kentuckians to go online on May 24 and become part of a historic day of generosity in our Commonwealth – let’s top the $1 million mark!”
New Song in the Bluegrass is having a concert on May 21 at 7:30 at St. Michael’s Episcopalian Church.
New Song in the Bluegrass is an LGBT and LGBT-friendly community chorus for both female and male singers. Founded and directed by Steve Johnson, New Song seeks to promote musical excellence and a strong camaraderie for its members. As song ambassadors for the LGBT community, the chorus donates all the funds raised during their holiday and spring concerts to worthy local causes.
The Lexington pride Festival is once again partnering with Louisville’s Powered With Pride 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, June 11, 2016 in beautiful Cherokee Park (Hogan’s Fountain/Pavilion).
There is limited availability so make sure you register today by going towww.poweredwithpride.com.
Make sure when registering you use our promo/discount code “PWPLEX” to get $5 off your online registration! There will also be a post-race party and lunch at Bearno’s (Highland).
Hurry now before all the spots are filled!!