The Community Foundation of Louisville is proud to host events in our community. Upcoming events are listed below. Register for the events that correspond with your interests. Click here to learn more about the Foundation.

Upcoming Events

Give for Good Louisville

Give for Good Louisville, brings community together for one day to support hundreds of local organizations serving our region. Since 2014, this online giving day has helped organizations raise over $50.9 million to support dozens of essential causes across Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

Save the date for our 10th annual giving day to donate to your favorite local charitable organizations on Thursday, September 14, 2023. For more information, visit or email

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Vogt Awards Demo Day

We’re bringing together two incredible events celebrating entrepreneurs. The Community Foundation of Louisville’s legendary Vogt Invention and Innovation Awards joins forces with Network + Chill to bring you an evening you won’t want to miss.

Hear from six local, tech startups from this year’s Vogt Awards cohort and learn from Andy Dunn, author of Burn Rate: Launching a Startup and Losing My Mind. Dunn’s fireside chat will explore the intersection of entrepreneurship and mental health and is hosted by Ricky Mason, 2020 Vogt Award recipient, and Chris Redd.

• This event is free and open to the public but registration is required. Your registration will include the Network + Chill fireside chat and you’ll receive a copy of Andy Dunn’s book.

• Masking is encouraged in accordance with CDC guidance and local community data

• Questions? Contact us at

Register to attend Demo Day on October 13th.

Vogt Awards Information Session

Wondering if you should apply for the Community Foundation of Louisville’s Vogt Awards grant funding and accelerator program? Would you like some tips on how to write an outstanding application? Want to know more about how the program works?

If you are an entrepreneur or founder that meets our eligibility criteria, we encourage you to join us for our Vogt Award Virtual Information Session on Thursday, May 12 at 12 PM

Grab your lunch and learn what you need to know from Lisa Bajorinas, Program Director for the Vogt Awards. Register here.

Date: Thursday, May 12, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

Annual Advisor Seminar

Attend the 19th Annual Professional Advisor Seminar and hear from top leaders in the field. Our guests will be Stephanie Loomis-Price, J.D.Winstead PC, Chair of Fiduciary Litigation; and Turney Berry, J.D.Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, Chair of Trusts, Estates & Personal Planning Service Team. They will be covering defined value gifts, valuation, IRS items of note, and the role charitable gift planning can play for your clients. Register here.

Date: Friday, May 13, 2022
Location: Kentucky International Convention Center
Registration & Breakfast –  8:00 AM to 8:30 AM
Program –  8:30 AM to 12:00 PM

Endow Kentucky 2021 Information Session (webinar)

Enjoy this webinar covering the 2021 Endow Kentucky Tax Credit program. Endow Kentucky is a program administered by the Kentucky Department of Revenue that provides a credit against donors’ state income taxes for gifts to permanently endowed funds at qualified community foundations. Learn how you can make charitable contributions while taking advantage of this unique tax savings opportunity. Individuals must apply for the credit before making their gift.

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Trust-Based Philanthropy Learning Session

Learn more about Trust Based Philanthropy by viewing this webinar. We will share interesting data from donors across the country who are adopting new and different strategies for their philanthropy. Then we will discuss how Trust-Based Philanthropy is occurring right here in Louisville through the Community Foundation of Louisville program funds like the Health Equity Fund and the Fund for Louisville.

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