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October 2019

The Next Generation of Philanthropy

Posted October 13, 2019 under: Community Leadership A Louisville teen was inspired to make a big impact. Thanks to the Louisville Youth Philanthropy Council (LYPC), he has the tools to succeed. Justin Durik has an impressive philanthropic résumé. He’s raised money to support survivors of sex trafficking, individuals struggling with addiction, kids recovering from trauma, and other marginalized

June 2019

Urban League aims to raise $20 million for West Louisville sports complex by September

By Berry Stockton | June 20, 2019 at 7:18 PM EDT - Updated June 20 at 7:18 PM LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - Track and Field will be the focus of the upcoming Sports and Learning Complex in West Louisville. Development plans are moving forward at 30th and Muhammad Ali Boulevard, with the Louisville Urban League launching Phase II

Louisville Urban League on sports complex: #RunWithUs – Louisville Business First

By John Renfrow  – Intern, Louisville Business First Jun 20, 2019, 2:00pm EDT Updated 2 hours ago #RunWithUs That's the campaign hashtag roared by the crowd at a news conference at Central High School Thursday morning. The Louisville Urban League Sports and Learning Complex is a $35 million project planned for a 24-acre lot on the corner of 30th Street

April 2019

W. James “Jim” Host to receive Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters.

UK to Award 5 Honorary Degrees at May Commencement Ceremonies By Kathy Johnson Monday Host has maintained an active community service career, serving in many capacities including president of the Lexington Rotary Club, chair of the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce and president of the Bluegrass Council of Boy Scouts. He received the Kentuckian of the Year

March 2019

Urban League CEO Celebrates Metro Council Bond Approval Vote

Amina Elahi is WFPL's City Reporter.  Amina Elahi  @aminamania ECONOMYPOLITICS March 22, 2019 Sadiqa Reynolds is thrilled. The Louisville Urban League CEO said she was taking the day to celebrate following a Metro Council vote to authorize previously approved bonds, including a $10 million bond for her planned West End track and field facility. The Council’s Thursday night

Metro Council calls special meeting to discuss bond ordinance issue | whas11.com

Author: WHAS11 Staff Published: 9:46 PM EST March 9, 2019 Updated: 11:21 PM EDT March 10, 2019 LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A "significant" decision by Metro Council to table the bond ordinance that would fund debt-related capital is getting a response from Mayor Greg Fischer. The council voted 18-8 Thursday to suspend a previously approved bond ordinance that would

February 2019

November 2018