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Nourish hits milestone: 50,000 meals and counting

Reaches level in just eight weeks.

First Baptist Church Food Pantry in Winchester seeing a surge of people in need

The First Baptist Church in downtown Winchester has been serving people in Clark County through their food pantry for three years now. It typically sees more than seventy families a week and that need for food is growing.

‘Giving Day’ donations top $650,000 statewide

Kentuckians donated $652,352 to 223 nonprofit organizations participating in the eighth annual Kentucky Gives Day online giving campaign Tuesday.

Today a chance to really make a difference by giving

The 24-hour online giving campaign will provide the 244 participating charities the opportunity to raise as much money as possible

Even with reopenings in sight, needs money

As the state gets closer to phasing in the reopening of segments of the economy and state residents grow more restless, the needs of those impacted by the two month shutdown shouldn't be forgotten. 

Anderson County Humane Society asks for donations

The Anderson County Humane Society has taken a financial hit because of the coronavirus. Find out how you can help the organization.

Grants available to arts groups, individuals hit by coronavirus

 Arts and arts groups hit hard by the coronavirus and its impact on exhibitions, sales, venues, performances, shows and gatherings may be eligible for some financial relief.

Groups get funds to aid in coronavirus relief

A community foundation is awarding $100,000 in grants to support coronavirus relief efforts in the Lexington area.

Louisville-based charity gets boost from Kardashian

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West announced this week she will give part of the profits from her new fragrance to Blessings in a Backpack..

State reports 147 news cases, seven deaths; urges health care workers to reject big-money offers from other states

The state is worried about the coronavirus spreading through nursing homes, Gov. Andy Beshear said Tuesday. And the governor urged health care workers to reject the growing lure of hefty payments to come to some other states.

Fayette County teachers organize water donation for Martin County

Fayette County teachers sent cases of water to Martin county.

PCSO asking for donations to help during COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 is causing people to cancel summer plans including the annual pride festival in downtown Lexington. Although, the Pride Community Services Organization says they do not plan to cancel, just postpone until the community is safe and healthy.

Governor makes urgent plea for glove donations

The state needs donations of at least one million gloves for the medical community and first responders to head off a shortfall and what could be the next run on PPE supplies.

Hope Center needs donations of tennis shoes, toiletries, sanitizer, other items

With new temporary center open, Hope Center needs supplies, donations to help the homeless

Mark the calendar: May 12 is online giving day

Mark the calendar: May 12 is online giving day

Dog hit by car needs leg amputation; Paws 4 the Cause collecting donations

Paws 4 the Cause is raising money for a dog who was hit by a car and had to have it's leg amputated.

St. Joseph’s sets up fund to help patients, staff

St. Joseph's fund seeks donations to help patients, staff.

Arts Center furloughs most staff in survival step

10 of 13 staff, including director, on furlough as a result of pandemic. Donations sought.

Lexington animal rescue struggling during coronavirus outbreak

Paws 4 the Cause says donations are down but adoptions are up, which may not be a good thing. 

WTVQ sets blood drive, Blood Center issues plea for donations

Coronavirus concerns shrinking donations, depleting supplies.

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McConnell uses a Democrat’s quote in first attack ad of general election

The ad features criticisms from newspapers of McConnell's opponent during the June Primary.

New program encourages hiring people with criminal records, Lexington restaurant already on it

A new program is encouraging businesses to hire people with a criminal record, but for one Lexington restaurant, that’s nothing new.

McConnell: Congress working on funding to get children back in class

Senator Mitch McConnell says he knows it will be expensive to get children back in the classroom this fall amidst the pandemic.