The neighborhood will provide army trainees unable to go home to their families with food, games, gifts, and company, and they’re calling on everyone for support.
Looking for a fun filled Christmas event that benefits a great cause? Be sure to join Home of the Innocents for a Toyland Christmas light show. Last year featured 80,000+ christmas lights that were coordinated to the beat of Christmas music.
Hot coco and an open fire may warm you, but renowned vixens can match that and sound like more fun.
You can spend Black Friday fighting the crowds at the mall, half asleep with credit cards blazing. Or, you can think about doing something a little different...
32°, A Yogurt Bar will offer $5 all-you-care-to-eat yogurt to celebrate the store's grand opening Sept. 29 at its location in The Summit. All proceeds of the event will benefit Kosair Children's Hospital.
If you’re not a part of the hungry few, this weekend can be very delicious, and philanthropic. The Germantown-Schnitzelberg neighborhoods are hosting two special cookout events that give proceeds to good causes.
The Grapes, Grains, & Soul Fest offers beer, wine, and music, plus an art raffle, to benefit Louisville Sierra Club's Inner City Outings program at White Hall next Thursday, September 23.
Sometimes, in the least likely place, you'll find a group of people that are making a difference in the lives of others.
There are far too many things to do this weekend in Southern Indiana alone. How's a person to decide?
Been itching to shave your head for a good cause? Or to watch other people shave their heads? Strandz & Threadz is hosting Cuts for a Cure this Friday.
An impassioned area resident begins GoGreen Germantown with sights set on beautification, betterment, and unity.
Citizen's Union Bank is sponsoring the Fourth Annual Oaks Eve Bash, which will benefit The Dream Factory and Race for Corey charities. Pretty cars, pretty horses, pretty people, and a pretty good time.