Some may wonder why the Norton Foundation is a strong supporter of Dare to Care. The answer is simple – kids can’t learn if they’re hungry. And kids need to eat healthy food to succeed – in school and in . . .
Caitlin Kannapell and Rachel Mauser are artist entrepreneurs making a difference in Louisville’s Smoketown neighborhood. In 2014 they combined forces to create Steam Exchange, a small nonprofit organization that is making a big impact on those it serves. The Steam . . .
Americana World Community Center is an important organization in our city. Some would argue that is more true today than ever. Its mission is to provide holistic services to Louisville’s refugee, immigrant, and underserved population to build strong and healthy . . .
The following partners received grants from The Norton Foundation in 2017
Americana Community Center
Berry Center Inc.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana
Catholic Charities of Louisville
Commonwealth Theatre Center
Compassionate Schools Project
Dare to Care Food Bank
Food Literacy Project at Oxmoor Farm
Girls Rock Louisville
Heuser Hearing & Language Academy
Kentahten Institute for Waldorf Instruction
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
Kentucky Science Center
The Lincoln Foundation
The Little Loomhouse
Looking for Lilith
Louisville Central Community Centers
Louisville Leopard Percussionists
Louisville Public Media
Louisville Story Program
The Parklands of Floyds Fork
The Portland Avenue Community Trust
River City Drum Corp
Stage One Family Theatre
Waldorf School of Louisville
West End School