Greater Louisville Project
The Greater Louisville Project is an independent, non-partisan civic initiative organized by the Community Foundation of Louisville and supported by a consortium of philanthropic foundations that includes The James Graham Brown Foundation, Brown-Forman, The C. E. & S. Foundation, The Annie E. Casey Foundation, Gheens Foundation, The Humana Foundation and The JP Morgan Chase Foundation and the Stephen Reily and Emily Bingham Fund.
Its mission is to act as a catalyst for action, providing research, data, and analytic tools in support of the agenda for long-term progress outlined in the 2002 Brookings Institution Report, "Beyond Merger: A Competitive Vision for the Regional City of Louisville." The Greater Louisville Project publishes the "Competitive City Report," tracking progress against key community indicators.
Learn more at the Greater Louisville Project's website.