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Helping You Do More Than You Ever Thought Possible
The Community Foundation of Louisville is the largest charitable foundation in Kentucky with over $430 million in assets and more than 1,350 different funds, each with a charitable purpose defined by the donor. In 2014, the Community Foundation made over 8,000 grants totaling $45 million to local, national and international nonprofits.
We have the expertise to help you do more than you ever thought possible with your charitable giving.
How can the Community Foundation help you? Give us three minutes and we’ll give you some ideas.
Giving & Planning
Want to know more about your options for working with the Community Foundation? Whether you are a donor or professional advisor, start here. You can explore ways we can help make your charitable giving easier today or help with long-term planning for the future. You can learn about our investment strategy aimed at maximizing your charitable impact and unique ways you can partner with the Foundation.
Endow Kentucky Tax Credit
Did you know that Kentucky is incentivizing philanthropy throughout the Commonwealth through the Endow Kentucky Tax Credit Program? Learn how the Community Foundation can help you take advantage of this special opportunity.DOWNLOAD PDF
Nonprofits: Register Now for Give Local Louisville 2015!
Don’t miss the chance to be part of the Biggest Day of Local Giving! On Thursday, October 1, the Community Foundation will host the second Give Local Louisville. This 24-hour “Give Day” will support nonprofits doing great work in our community. It’s free to participate, but nonprofits must register by July 31.REGISTER HERE
The Community Foundation was delighted to be part of the groundbreaking for Chef Space, our area's first kitchen incubator located in the former Jay's Cafeteria in the Russell Neighborhood. Chef Sp... Continue Reading »
The Community Foundation of Louisville and Louisville Visual Art Association presented Louisville-based painter, writer, illustrator and collage artist Julie Leidner with the third annual Mary Alice Hadley Prize... Continue Reading »
We hope you enjoy our first edition of ForGood: Louisville's Philanthropy Magazine. At the Community Foundation, we are committed to promoting the understanding and participation in philanthropy in all of its... Continue Reading »