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KPFHOF gives $10,000 to Boys and Girls Club

Donation will provide school supplies, other items.

State welcomes latest PPE donation, discusses successes, needs

Through help of private companies, state has good PPE stockpile for now.

Kentucky Blood Center adding COVID antibody screenings to donations

Plasma program has show some success as part of COVID treatment.

Toyota Tsusho donates a RAV4 to The Gathering Place Mission

A Georgetown College graduate, Philipp Hoeper of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, spent time volunteering at The Gathering Place Mission in Georgetown and that led to something much bigger.

Union College Athletics donates clothing to Appalachian Children’s Home

The brand new donated apparel is from the Union College lacrosse program.

Bank makes $50,000 donation to food pantry

Donation part of bank's long-term support.

Rowan County Schools receive donation for back-to-school PPE

The Morehead Optimist Club donated money to Rowan County Schools for PPE so students, faculty and staff will be protected when in-person classes begin.

Company makes the ‘basics’ work for Ronald McDonald House

Harrdosburh based company makes donation.

Norfolk Southern donates locomotive to Kentucky Steam Heritage Corp.

Donated locomotive to be displayed in Irvine.

Girl Scouts donate 7,056 boxes of cookies to God’s Pantry Food Bank

Nearly $30,000 worth of donated Girl Scout cookies will be distributed to food pantries and meal programs across central and eastern Kentucky.

Girl Scouts donating cookies to food pantries

Cutomers buy cookies to be donated

Kroger expands milk donation to Kentucky food banks

The Kroger Louisville Division announced the launch of an expanded Dairy Donation Program, designed to support families during the COVID-19 pandemic and school-age children during the summer months.

As virtual derby approaches Thoroughbred Charities auction derby winners’ halters

Thoroughbred Charities of America will be auctioning off halters worn by Triple Crown and Kentucky Derby winners during the virtual "Kentucky Derby: Triple Crown Showdown". 

New coronavirus cases include 10-day-old, almost 1,000 have recovered

Kentucky confirmed 159 news coronavirus cases Thursday, including a 10-day-old child in Lincoln County, and seven deaths, which pushed the state total to 129.

From distillery to streets: Hand sanitizers starting to arrive

The tens of thousands of gallons of hand sanitizer made b y the state's distilleries to fill a void caused by the coronavirus outbreak is beginning to hit the streets.

Restaurant group donates to relief efforts

An Ohio-based restaurant group is donating $50,000 to restaurant worker relief efforts in Lexington and Louisville, Tennessee and Ohio where it has outlets.

Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels donates $1 million to Team Kentucky Fund

The Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels made the largest gift in the organization's long history by donating $1 million to the Team Kentucky Fund.

Pet ‘portraits’ raise money for Humane Society

The Lexington Humane Society wants to draw your pet! Visit the agency's Handmade Pet Drawings post on Facebook. Then, simply donate $15 on the post and comment with a photo of your pet.

Catholic priest donating 10,000 respirators/surgical masks to Kentucky

Father Jim Sichko is donating 10,000 much-needed N95 Respirators and Surgical Masks to the Commonwealth of Kentucky. 

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