We are our own best hope for change in Kentucky. We have a vision of the Kentucky we want to create and how to get there. Hardworking Kentuckians share their hopes and dreams every day in laundromats and coffee shops, over kitchen tables and on front porches. How do we share our visions for Kentucky in an intentional way with our friends and families?
The improv troupe Highly Improvable is doing a show to raise money to support Kentuckians For The Commonwealth! In addition to great comedy, the show will have great music provided by the Red Cedars, and members of KFTC will be on hand selling KFTC merchandise.
Madison County KFTC members gathered in Berea on October 25 to celebrate the chapter’s 10th birthday, share a potluck, enjoy live music and take silly photos.
The annual Friendraiser was a chance to not only reflect on the past year’s work but also celebrate the good work of the chapter’s first 10 years.
Be the Change!
This Fall KFTC is PowerRaising: registering, educating and empowering voters; developing a statewide network of community leaders; and inviting people to invest in Kentucky’s bright future. With more voters, members, leaders, and the resources to fund these efforts, we can build the Kentucky we want to call home.
We are Kentuckians. We are our best hope for change.
That’s you. All of us together investing in KFTC and in Kentucky.
We CAN make a difference by (click on the link):
For more information, reach out to KFTC Development Associate JoAnna House at email@example.com or 502-532-1286.