Funding Protocols for the Old National Bank and Chickasaw Park Survivor Funds Are Now Available for Public Comment
The Community Foundation of Louisville announced today 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 Survivors Fund, has published draft protocols for each fund for public comment. Each draft protocol outlines the proposed process for the distribution of the funds directly to victims’ families and survivors.
Reviewing Draft Protocols
You can view copies of the draft protocols via the links below.
• Love for Louisville Old National Bank Survivors Fund Draft Protocol: Public comments may be sent to LON@NationalCompassion.org
• Love for Louisville Chickasaw Park Survivors Fund Draft Protocol: Public comments may be sent to Chickasaw@NationalCompassion.org
Dates and Times for Public Feedback
Public feedback will also be sought during two town hall meetings. The town hall meetings will be held on:
- Monday, May 22, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. for the Love for Louisville Chickasaw Park Survivors Fund
- Tuesday, May 23 at 6:00 p.m. for the Love for Louisville Old National Bank Survivors Fund.
To ensure the funds are distributed as quickly as possible, the process for collecting donations and reviewing applications will occur over the next several months. People may view those processes via the Love for Louisville Old National Bank Survivors Fund Draft Protocol and Love for Louisville Chickasaw Park Survivors Fund Draft Protocol.
Donations & Staying Up to Date
Both survivor funds continue to seek additional donations to support individuals impacted by the tragedies our city experienced earlier this April. All donations received by July 20, 2023, will be disbursed to those affected. Donate at the links below.
Stay up to date and sign up for updates to the related fund of your choice at bottom of the page at the links below:
By signing up for updates, you’ll receive important notifications to the related funds, including when the final protocals and applications are available for viewing. For additional information regarding the Community Foundation of Louisville’s gun violence survivors’ relief strategies visit www.cflouisville.org/gv-relief/.
About the National Compassion Fund
The National Compassion Fund is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that collects and distributes charitable contributions in the aftermath of mass casualty crimes. It is a subsidiary of the National Center for Victims of Crime, the nation’s leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them. www.nationalcompassion.org