Fundraiser

Give today and build twice the power

We joined KFTC to work with others to build power and make change. Since then, we’ve been on a journey together, with you and thousands of other Kentuckians.

Today we’re excited to launch KFTC’s membership and fundraising campaign as we continue to build New Power across Kentucky

Democracy is Highly Improvable!

Join members of Highly Improvable, the Red Cedars, and Kentuckians For The Commonwealth for a night of old-timey music, improv comedy, and fun at the York Street Cafe!

Ticket prices will be $8 beforehand, or $10 at the door! Proceeds will support the work of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth here in northern Kentucky!

Become a PowerBuilder for KFTC this Fall

Vice Presidential Debate, Centre College 2012

KFTC is gearing up for an exciting fall campaign to grow our membership, raise funds and build power to do important work across Kentucky in 2016.

Want to help? Become a PowerBuilder.

What does it mean to be a PowerBuilder? You host a personal online page to recruit new members and raise funds for KFTC. It’s an opportunity to engage your family and friends in this work that’s important to you.

PowerBuilders have a big impact. In 2014, our PowerBuilders together raised $18,000 and recruited 153 new members to KFTC! Their success supported on-the-ground work in communities across Kentucky this year – campaigns for a fair wage, affordable housing, renters’ rights, Appalachian transition, and more.

It’s easy. It takes just a few steps to build your page. You can tell your KFTC story and include photos and video.

Questions? Need help getting started? Contact KFTC’s Development Team: Amy Hogg (amy@kftc.org) or E’Beth Adami (ebeth@kftc.org).

Recap of 2nd Annual Smoketown GetDown

Last month the Jefferson County Chapter hosted the 2nd annual Smoketown GetDown for Democracy block party: the party hasn’t stopped since!  The event was a celebration of the history of the Smoketown neighborhood and the innovative ideas from local residents for its future.

Rowan chapter offers festival- goers healthy food options

The Rowan County KFTC Chapter held its second fundraiser of the year at the Cave Run Storytelling Festival, September 25 and 26.  The chapter was one of many food vendors at the popular festival, vendors that included professional carnival merchants as well as volunteers from other nonprofits, such as the Boy Scouts of America. 

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