December 7, 2009 - 12:44pm
The fundraising request-a-thon hits its target and helps grant wishes to Louisville kids thanks to sponsors and listeners.
The concept isn't new. In fact, the Lambert and Lindsey morning show, heard weekday mornings on "102.3 The Max" has been doing the same thing for seven years.
On November 19-20th, Linda Lambert and George Lindsey (along with faithful cohort Aaron Miller), went on the air for twenty four hours,...
December 3, 2009 - 2:48pm
It started with one photographers idea and is slowly spreading around the country with an small collection of Louisville photographers showing their work and sharing with the community
The essence is this: Considering the 2009 economy, the demand for canned goods and other supplies at food pantries is up. Way up. So in 2008, Chris and Lynn Jaska, photographers based in British Columbia, decided to donate one canned good to a shelter or food pantry for every comment they could...
August 19, 2009 - 9:22pm
Enjoy music, drinks, and food at this cocktail party while supporting local disadvantaged women and area merchants on Aug. 22
Little Black Dress Wines Soiree to support Dress for Success Louisville's work helping disadvantaged women become interview-ready
Enjoy cocktail party standards as well as a live model auction and a boutique village, while supporting Dress for Success Louisville at its Little Black Dress Wines...
May 11, 2009 - 11:16am
Looking great and feeling good are not mutually exclusive things. You can get designer wear for $10 or under AND help a good cause at the same time.
Margaret’s Consignment, a destination on Frankfort Avenue for nineteen years, will host a designer wear sale on Saturday, June 6th from 9:00am-1:00pm at the Clifton Center, located at 2117 Payne Street. The sale will feature women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, as well as home interiors, and...
May 8, 2009 - 10:08am
In these days of pinching pennies and saving what you can, one Louisville non-profit has devised a way for you to pick up a sweet prize for being on the lookout for their billboard.
The recently re-named Kentucky Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies (formerly the Cerebral Palsy K.I.D.S. Center) has developed a different way to get you to notice them: bribery. They are the recipients of a generously donated billboard that touts their new name and slogan. So as to not squander...