The Southern Kentucky Chapter of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth presents a YARD SALE!
As KFTC chair, I’ve learned what an impact member gifts make on our ability to do the work every day, especially monthly gifts. Being able to count on that income makes a difference in our ability to respond to issues we’re facing on the ground. We can plan better, do more and get closer to our vision for Kentucky.
In our vision statement, we have some pretty lofty goals, like wiping racism from our laws, habits and hearts. But it takes a long time.
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.
Heat and threats of storms didn’t keep about 100 people from coming out to Woodwind Farm in Junction City on June 13th for the third annual Wilderness Trace KFTC Barn Bash. The weather behaved just right for people to enjoy a great afternoon of good music, delicious food, beautiful surroundings, lake swimming, and friendly silent auction bidding, all to benefit KFTC.
Thanks to event sponsor, Stuart Powell Ford Lincoln Mazda, the chapter was able to highlight locally sourced foods for the second year in a row. Folks who came hungry were delighted to enjoy sausages from Sunwatch Homestead, hot dogs from St. Catharine Farm, and burgers from Rising Sons Beef. KFTC members filled out the rest of the meal with wonderful side dishes and plenty of desserts.
While folks chowed down on food, they got to hear a little bit from member, Jim Porter, about why he is proud to be a KFTC member.
On March 20, 2015, the Jefferson County Chapter of KFTC (JCKFTC) hosted “We Are Kentuckians: Celebrating Our Common Heritage,” an event that honored the important but often unheard stories, culture, and heritage of Black Kentuckians. The celebration took place through art, music, poetry, and storytelling. During the evening program at the Clifton Center, Kentucky writers, musicians, and artists shared their work, personal stories and vision for Kentucky’s Bright Future.