Have You Seen Our Billboards?
You may have noticed we just launched an exciting billboard campaign to honor individuals who have demonstrated they are “A Force for Good” in Louisville through their service to others and commitment to the community. Whether through the development of programs, civic engagement or charitable giving, the honorees’ efforts are positively impacting the lives of some of the most vulnerable populations in the Louisville area.
We are so excited to flood Louisville with positive imagery of people who embody what it means to be ‘A Force for Good.’ We hope the campaign will inspire others to think how they can be a force for good and see the Community Foundation as a partner in creating a community where people and place thrive.
Our billboard honorees are:
- Karina Barillas, executive director of La Casita Center
- Raymond and Kim Burse, philanthropists supporting the Psi Boulé Fund and the Community Foundation’s African American Legacy Fund
- Jocelyn Church and Corey Nelson, directors of Grace Kids! A Church for Children
- Arthur Cox, executive director of St. George’s Scholar Institute
- Bert and Jane Emke, philanthropists supporting the National Council of Jewish Women’s (NCJW) Light the Way Fund and the Family Drug Treatment Court
- Jackie Floyd, community volunteer in the Russell neighborhood
- Mahogany Mayfield, co-founder of GLOW, Girls League of the West
- Andrew Noland, philanthropic supporter of various initiatives that remove barriers to education
- Sarah Nuñez, assistant director of the University of Louisville Cultural Center
- Moshe Ohayon, founder of Educational Justice
- Mona Page, founder and executive director of Rhonda’s Another Chance, Inc.
- Angela Renfro, executive director and founder of the Kristy Love Foundation
- Dr. Georgia Turner, director of 2NOT1: Fatherhood & Families, Inc.
We hope that these billboards have the power to inspire others to be a force for good, so we encourage you to visit our website to check out the summaries of the honorees’ backgrounds and good work they are doing around our city.