Past Actions

Keep Kynect working for Kentucky

Call the Governor’s office and let Governor Bevin know that you support keeping Kynect.

Support grassroots voices!

Help us start our next 35 years strong by investing in KFTC. Click to join, renew, or become a Sustaining Giver

Take our Empower Kentucky Survey!

Your voice and vision matter! The Empower Kentucky project invites people from Paducah to Pikeville to share your ideas about ways to transform KY.


Take action for clean energy in Kentucky

Kentuckians have a number of important opportunities to take action for clean energy in the coming week. Please mark your calendars, take action, and show support for a clean energy future.

Support KFTC's work by becoming a Sustaining Giver

You can join a growing group of dedicated members who are choosing to become Sustaining Givers. Through an automatic recurring gift, you can help ensure that KFTC’s important work keeps happening every day, all year long. Here's why being a Sustaining Giver is a win-win for you and KFTC:

  • You get to choose how much and how often you give.

  • You can have a bigger impact on KFTC’s work. Small monthly gifts can add up to a deeper investment throughout the year.

  • It’s easy. Once your Sustaining Gift is established, you always know your membership is current.

If today isn’t the best time for you to become a Sustaining Giver, you can still support KFTC by making a one-time gift. 

Take the Jefferson Davis statue out of the KY capitol

In an effort to remove symbols of hate, bigotry, and oppression from Kentucky state government, the NAACP has asked the State Historic Properties Advisory Commission – to remove the statute of Jefferson Davis from the Capitol Rotunda

If we are ever going to get Jefferson Davis removed from the Capitol immediate action is needed.

KFTC's sign-on letter to ban high-volume hydraulic fracking in Kentucky

Watch this webinar to learn more about oil and 
gas drilling in Kentucky

KFTC members and many friends made it very clear at recent public hearings – in order to protect the people, land, air and water of Kentucky, we need to ban high-volume hydraulic fracking.

Folks spoke at hearings in Madisonville, Somerset and Hazard to let state officials know that they should not subject Kentuckians to same hardships and miseries that people and communities in other states have experienced when high-volume hydraulic fracking moves into their neighborhood.

Learn about how fracking will impact Kentucky

Want some help understanding the potential impacts of oil and gas development in Kentucky? Want to support a better path forward to a safe and sustainable energy future?

We need your participation at upcoming hearings on fracking

Should Kentucky allow the development of high volume hydraulic fracking for oil and gas or should we ban it like other states and municipalities have? If it’s going to be allowed, how should it be controlled so as to minimize damage to workers, neighbors, water, air and land? Or are those concerns even of any consequence?

Attend your local Annual Chapter Meeting!

KFTC chapters will be holding their annual business meetings in June this year. These meetings are an important part of our democratic process where members have the opportunity to:

Elect members to fill chapter leadership positions.

Make suggestions for KFTC’s issue platform (guidelines for changes)

Nominate members to serve on KFTC’s statewide committees

Decide whether or not to remain a KFTC chapter.

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