Prodigal Ministries receives grants for 2018

On Thursday, June 14th, 2018, Jennifer Partin, Executive Director of Prodigal Ministries attended a luncheon hosted by the Kentucky Bar Foundation Fellows & Partners for Justice Society in Lexington.  Prodigal was very happy to have been awarded several grants.

Jennifer Partin accepts a check from J. David Porter of Lexington who serves as KBF Immediate Past President for Fiscal year 2017-18.

 

Prodigal was awarded grants from the following:

Brown Forman Corporation – $10,000 to sponsor the Golf Tournament and Christmas in September fund raisers.

Community Foundation of Louisville – $10,000 for a Technology upgrade.

Cralle Foundation – $5,000 for Client Advocacy and Support services.

Gheens Foundation – $10,000 for a Director of Operations position.

Good Samaritan Foundation – $44,920 for dental care for our clients.

Ky Bar Association – $5,000 for Client Advocacy and Support services.

Louisville /Jefferson County Metro Government – $5,000 for utilities for the Prodigal House West. 

Author: Gretchen Sheridan

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