For the past seven years, the annual Mudd Sisters’ Great Steamboat Race Party has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the Alzheimer’s Association.
It’s been called The Big C, but sometimes cancer happens to the smallest among us.
Cox Media Group Louisville has announced the first three nonprofit organizations to receive $30,000 worth of advertising and promotion each.
East Market retailers and restaurants have teamed up with Dare to Care for a last-minute shopping fundraiser for the relief efforts in Henryville, Ind., following a string of devastating tornadoes last Friday.
Today we take a look at TheMommyNest.com, and local entrepreneur Whitney Boyles Trowbridge, who want to give back to the community and help parents raise well-balanced, healthy kids.
This Saturday offers a chance to do something great for your community. Support local radio station Crescent Hill Radio, which provides a global outlet for our local musicians, comedians, writers, non-profits and more.
Viva La Diva displayed a great cross section of Louisville's feminine musical talent to raise money for MERF, a local non-profit who helps musicians in times of need.
A mighty kind musical masquerade on Friday, October 28 will raise funds for local non-profit A Mighty Kindness.
The Step out diabetes walk is set for Saturday morning at Waterfront Park.
The Susan G. Komen race for the cure kicks off tomorrow marking itself as an important run in the city.
Margaret's Consignment is now a drop-off location for donations to help aide in the comfort of patients of Hosparus of Louisville.
Join with friends, family, and animal lovers of every variety at Seneca Park for this year's Bark in the Park to benefit the Animal Care Society.