We are a financial institution with a social mission.
At our core, the Community Foundation of Louisville is a financial institution that provides trustworthy and personalized service to help donors achieve their charitable goals.
We mobilize capital to address our community’s inequities – especially racial ones – by serving as a connector, convener, funder, and data analyst, developing innovative solutions that move us all forward.
Support the Community Safety & Healing Fund
Many in our community are asking what they can do to address the crisis of gun violence. The Community Safety & Healing Fund (CSHF) supports local organizations that are working in the areas of gun violence prevention and intervention.
As you plan your year-end giving, consider making a donation to the CSHF today.
Since 1984, the Community Foundation of Louisville has mobilized people, networks, and capital to spark meaningful change in and beyond Louisville.
With nearly 800 million in assets, over 2,200 charitable funds, and collaborations with hundreds of local partners, we connect real investments with relevant causes. The key priorities of the Foundation's mission are to advance racial equity, steward philanthropic assets, increase capital to community resources, and unleash real and sustainable progress within the region.
The Community Foundation of Louisville works with our neighbors, partners, and community investors to bring forth the vision of our strategic plan to create a Louisville where everyone prospers. Learn more about our mission, programs, and initiatives below:
Grant recipient No More Red Dots, Inc. works to end gun violence and criminal reoffence by providing programs with opportunities, giving access to resources for individuals in need, and training organizati… Continue Reading »
The Community Safety and Healing Fund (CSHF) was established with the goal of providing resources toward gun violence prevention and intervention in Louisville. To date, there have been three rounds of funding d… Continue Reading »
The Community Foundation of Louisville announced that the National Compassion Fund (NCF), the administrator of the Love for Louisville Old National Bank Survivors Fund and the Love for Louisville Chickasaw Park Surv… Continue Reading »