Community Safety and Healing Fund: Joshua Community Connectors
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 distributed to local organizations working every day to address the root causes of community violence. One local such organization, Joshua Community Connectors, led by CEO Kimberly Moore is working to improve the lives of young people in our community, particularly those who are most at risk of becoming caught in the cycle.
Our community-focused organizations continue to need your financial support. The CSHF intends to support annual grants over the next ten years, filling high-priority gaps left by other sources of funding.