|Mar 9 2017||
Summer Resource Fair for Youth on March 18
Louisville families with children of all ages are invited to a free resource fair showcasing summer activities for children, youth, and families on Saturday, March 18. Themed “SOAR” which stands for Summer Opportunities and Resource Fair, the event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the DuValle Education Center gym, 3610 Bohne Ave.
|Feb 28 2017||Neighborhood Place Partners offer Fairs for Home Buyers, Youth Summer Programming and Sodexo Job OpportunitiesResource workshop for heroin addicts also offered on March 1|
|Feb 28 2017||
Louisville's Fourth Financial Empowerment Summit
Theme: Promoting Tools and Resources to Improve Household Stability
Louisville’s fourth Financial Empowerment Summit will bring together local and national speakers, community leaders, service providers, and nonprofits and financial institutions eager to help individuals and families improve their financial well-being.
|Feb 6 2017||
City teams up with Fifth Third Bank's eBus in Louisville
Mobile classroom provides financial planning assistance and job seeker’s assistance
LOUISVILLE, KY (February 6, 2017) - Louisville Metro Community Services announced today that the popular Fifth Third Bank Financial Empowerment Mobile, the eBus, will be visiting Louisville Feb. 13 through Feb. 17 and will be open to the public.
|Jan 31 2017||
Neighborhood Place Partners Sponsor a Prom Dress Collection, Energy-Management Workshops and
Neighborhood Place sites bring together multiple partners in February to provide opportunities including energy management workshops, a 16-week Diabetes Prevention Program, free dental screenings, an African American Read-In and much more. In addition, the Bridges of Hope Neighborhood Place location is collecting new and gently used prom dresses and accessories to benefit high school seniors in the Park Hill neighborhood.
|Jan 25 2017||
Young People Set to Lift the Spirits of Louisville’s Seniors One Valentine’s Day Card at a Time
DoSomething.org and Meals on Wheels America join forces for fourth annual Love Letters campaign
|Jan 23 2017||City's HUD Entitlement Funds Applications Being AcceptedCDBG, ESG and HOPWA grants included|
|Jan 13 2017||
City's External Agency Fund Applications Now Open
Grants available to social services and arts and creative industry organizations
|Jan 10 2017||
Revised: Neighborhood Place Partners Offer a Winter Coat Distribution, Two Energy Management Worskhops and Much More
Note: This version revises the location of the Coat Distribution to only the NorthWest Neighborhood Place
|Jan 5 2017||
Park Hill Community Resource Fair on January 7
Theme “A Call to Peace”
|Dec 29 2016||
Crisis Phase of Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Begins Jan. 9
New automated appointment line now open to schedule appointments in advance.
The annual program that helps prevent low income residents of Louisville from being disconnected from utility services begins Monday, Jan. 9, 2017.
|Dec 20 2016||
City leaders dedicate new Charmoli Neighborhood Place
Neighborhood Place founding member Jane Charmoli honored
|Nov 30 2016||
Neighborhood Place partners host a holiday festival, a Kwanzaa reception and numerous workshops
Neighborhood Place sites in Louisville have helped to organize a holiday festival and home tours in the Park DuValle area, a Kwanzaa reception, three energy efficiency overviews, a community dental care information sesssion and much more in December. To learn more about these services, including reservations requirements and contact info, please refer to the phone numbers listed by each event.
|Nov 17 2016||
Volunteer tax preparers needed in Louisville
Louisville Metro Department of Community Services is recruiting volunteers for the 2017 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) through its collaboration with the Louisville Asset Building Coalition.
|Oct 31 2016||
810 Neighborhood Place Relocates and Renames to Charmoli Center
New Location Expands Footprint of Services
A new Neighborhood Place will open this week in the East Government Center in Middletown, expanding the agency’s footprint to low-income residents long underserved by its programs.