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This month's topic is focused on our College Scholars Program. Our Educational Opportunities Manager, Brandi Giles, will share updates on the program.
Create an Environment of Giving
"I grew up in a neighborhood of takers, and The Cabbage Patch is an environment of givers.” – Bob Willis, Senior Account Executive, Neace Lukens Insurance Company.
At The Cabbage Patch, we see every child as a future leader!
At The Cabbage Patch, college isn’t just a dream… it’s an expectation!
We Change Lives
The Cabbage Patch is a local
Louisville children's charity
We foster self-esteem and responsibility through purpose-driven programs in which approximately 1,000 at-risk children and their families participate each year.
The Cabbage Patch Settlement House is a local, non-profit Christian organization
Our mission is to equip and empower at-risk children, youth, and their families to be self-sufficient by helping them maximize their economic, educational, emotional, moral, physical, social, and spiritual potential.
How To Join
Anyone between the ages of 8 and 16 are welcome
Thanks to the generosity of our donors, all classes and activities offered through The Cabbage Patch are free to our members.
This Little Light of Mine: You Can Help it Shine!
Light the Way - become a monthly donor to support the daily work of The Patch.
Be a Ray of Hope - give to our endowment fund to ensure that The Patch is a light for years to come.
Help the Light Endure - make The Patch a part of your estate planning to leave a legacy.
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Senior Family Support Specialist Doug Holm recently attended a training called “Reframing Childhood Adversity” sponsored by Alliance for Strong Families and Communities. Overall, the session emphasized that child adversity must be framed as a public issue, a preventable problem, and a solvable problem. As the training progressed, Doug recalled memories...
Exciting Summer Camp Announcement from The Patch:
The news you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived! We want to share with you our plans for SUMMER! In order to maintain social distancing and keep all of our campers safe and healthy, we will be limiting our summer programs to 8 weeks of day camps and 6 weeks of evening educational enrichment. Due to COVID-19...