CLCM continues to serve during pandemic


CLCM continues to serve during pandemic

The Cathedral of the Assumption and 8 other downtown churches are members of Central Louisville Community Ministries.  This area ministry is still meeting needs of members of our community.  Click here to see an update.

Central Louisville Community Ministries will soon resume providing personal care items to folks in our neighborhood, and we need your help to restock the closet! We will stay #HealthyAtWork while we distribute these needed items using zero-contact distribution.  You can drop off your donations at First Unitarian Monday-Thursday from 9:30-1:30 – we need toothbrushes and paste, bar soap, dish detergent, toilet paper, shampoo, razors, deodorant – these are all items that cannot be purchased with SNAP benefits (food stamps). THANK YOU for your generosity during this COVID-19 pandemic.

EdChoice KY

EdChoice KY - upcoming legislation
Over 70,000 students in Kentucky attend some form of nonpublic school. As a result of the inclusion of nonpublic schools in the recently passed CARES Act, these students will have access to crucial services that will help them to continue to learn and grow during this time of crisis. Of course, students and schools will continue to face challenges.

Many families will be unable to afford the cost of nonpublic school tuition due to lost income and donations are expected to decline as a result of economic uncertainty. This could result in school closures that would be disruptive to Kentucky families in desperate need of educational options.

Please take a moment to contact your Members of Congress to ask for emergency aid to nonpublic schools and families in the next COVID-19 Legislation package. Our requests include: equitable access to K-12 federal funds for nonpublic schools, direct funding to families for tuition aid and tax relief for K-12 tuition payments.

If you wish to weigh in on this, contact Congress today by clicking here.