Jefferson County Chapter of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth presents the 3rd Annual Smoketown GetDown for Democracy! Smoketown GetDown is a FREE block party powered by the people and open to the public with live entertainment, and local food and beer. Featuring voter registration, Smoketown organizations, family-friendly activities, and a live art wall.
This March the Jefferson County Chapter of KFTC hosted the 3rd Annual We Are Kentuckians: Celebrating Our Common Heritage, a celebration of African American women’s heritage through art, dance, music, spoken word, and storytelling.
Mark your calendars for Madison County KFTC's 6th annual Pie Auction fundraising event! This year's event will be held on Saturday, March 19, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Jefferson County Chapter of KFTC presents the 3rd annual We Are Kentuckians: Celebrating Our Common Heritage, sharing arts, culture, food, and a vision for a Bright Future for Kentucky. In honor of Women's History Month, this year’s event will celebrate Black women in Kentucky.
Thanks to hundreds of KFTC members who made gifts over the past week, we met our $50,000 challenge match. In fact, we raised more than $55,000!
Meeting our challenge in this way shows the kind of participation and inclusiveness that have made KFTC what we are today. And you are such an important part of that.
In the last 24 hours of the challenge, KFTC received nearly 300 donations totaling more than $16,000. That’s pretty amazing and inspiring.
If you contributed to KFTC during the past week or any time during this fall campaign, thank you so much.
If you haven’t yet made a gift, you still have time to help us reach our annual goal of $500,000.
We’re excited and proud to have met our match. And we’re still pushing toward our larger goal. Raising $500,000 will enable us to do the work in 2016 that it takes to achieve our vision for Kentucky.
This is how we build power, by working together.