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Get ready for Give for Good

Think of it like the ultimate hub of generosity in Louisville.

Lousville's skyline in the evening

The city is full of opportunities for generosity.

Photo courtesy of Louisville Tourism

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Seeing a lot of #GiveForGoodLou on your social feed lately? That’s because Give for Good — aka the biggest day of online giving in Louisville — returns Thursday, Sept. 14. During this 24-hour period, Louisvillians have the chance to support the community through online donations to 500+ local causes.

Some quick stats:

  • 10. The number of years Give for Good has made an impact on the community.
  • 137,300. The number of people who have invested in local organizations over the years.
  • $50 million. The estimated total donations made through Give for Good.

Read on to learn how to help those numbers grow.

How to donate

Between 12 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 14 hop online to donate to your favorite community causes — like the Frazier Museum, the ACLU of Kentucky Foundation, and No Kill Louisville.

Ahead of the event, you can also start a fundraiser to cheer on your chosen nonprofit and get the word out to your friends, family, coworkers... basically anyone and everyone.

The events

Though Give for Good is an online donation drive, there are also in-person events where you can show support.

For example, the Lincoln Foundation will host Grub for Good in its parking lot on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. with local food trucks, like Alchemy + Hotdog Engine 502. Or head to Logan Street Market on Thursday, Sept. 14 at 3:30 p.m. for a happy hour party benefitting TreesLouisville.

Scope out the full list of events to celebrate the cause.

Boost your donation

Don’t miss out on prizes. For example, the very first organization to receive a donation on Thursday, Sept. 14 will win $1,000 from LG&E and the KU Foundation.

There are also match pools + social media incentives, so check out the full list of prizes to see how to make the most of your donation.

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