Rally to End Child abuse at the Big Four Bridge today.
Many thanks to emcee Pam Darnall, F&CP CEO, Sadiqa Reynolds from the Mayor’s office, Jerry Ward from Kosair Charities, Terry Brooks from Kentucky Youth Advocates and FaceItAbuse our rally partner.
Special thanks go to OxBlu construction cameras for the panoramic view of the attendees.
Pam Darnall, CEO
The 2014 Building Brighter Futures Breakfast will be held on Thursday, April 17th at the Seelbach Hotel. Guests are invited to enjoy a complimentary breakfast while members of Family and Children’s Place present a first-hand look at some of our programs and services and will conclude with a request for donations.
Reservations are required for this event. If you are interested in hosting a table, please call 893-3900 x269 for more details.
Recent additions to F&CP Board of Directors include:
Chris Fears, Controller, Bridgeman Foods.
Michael Masick, Jack Daniel’s Vice President and Director of Global Business Strategy and Analysis, Brown-Forman Corporation.
William Thompson, Transfer Pricing Director, Brown-Forman Corporation.
The Shively Visitation Center will be closed Saturday, January 25, 2014.
Family& Children’s Place will close their Shively Visitation Center today, Tuesday, January, 21, 2014
Please join us for the Building Brighter Futures Breakfast on Thursday, April 17, 2014, 8AM-9AM at the Seelbach Hilton Medallion Ballroom.
The Shively Visitation Center will be closed, Tuesday, January 7, 2014.
The Community Foundation of Louisville awarded a
$23,280 Fund for Louisville grant to Family & Children’s Place, funded by Lift a Life Foundation in partnership with the foundation. The grant will provide mobile technology to case managers who visit the homes of at-risk, first-time parents of newborns.
Each of the 11 recipients also has a chance at an additional $2,500 prize from the Community Foundation through a social media contest, where the public is invited to vote for their favorite nonprofit organization.
Voting will take place through a contest on the Community Foundation’s Facebook page, The winner of the $2,500 prize will be announced January 7th.
Go directly to the contest and vote now www.facebook.com/cflouisville
F&CP President Pam Darnall brings critical thinking to Kentucky’s child trauma rate in today’s front page Courier-Journal.
Last week F&CP was the backdrop for a KET shoot on Kosair Charities’ FaceIt abuse (Dan Fox photo). Several working partners were featured speakers as well as footage of the Kosair Charities Child Advocacy Center facility. We are excited to see the results of the segment on KET’s ” kNOwMORE non-profits” which should air early 2014.