The Cabbage Patch is celebrating an important milestone: 13,000 NTI assignments completed, and 668 hours of educational support!
At this time last year in 2020, Patch children were looking forward to finishing out the school year and signing up for summer camps. The organization’s new Executive Director Corey Miller had just started in January, and was looking... Read More
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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Braylin* has been struggling with Non-Traditional Instruction, and frustration led her to the Behavior Intervention Specialist’s office recently. She and Ms. Micah were going to talk through some of the issues she was having when Braylin saw a magazine on the desk.
“That looks just like you,” Braylin said to Ms. Micah as she studied the beautiful woman... Read More
Please join us in welcoming our new Board members for 2021!
Doug Chin – Nephew of long time Cabbage Patch staff member Roosevelt Chin! Manager of Generation Safety at LG&E
Chris Hall – Family administrator with Spero Health and a member of First Baptist Church of Jeffersontown.
Brad Hume – Retired attorney and member of Second Presbyterian Church
Megan... Read More
When Jerry Coslow Pence passed away on September 18, 2020, her children, Sallye and Chuck, made The Cabbage Patch one of her memorial beneficiaries. Her generous friends gave enough to provide four days of NTI (Non-traditional instruction) possible at The Patch Academy program.
Jerry was raised in a home of educators, and before she had children of... Read More
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues into the holiday season, life seems more hectic and overwhelming, especially for young people. We never expected Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) to last so long! Children like Janae are working hard to cope with this new reality.
Janae recently came into Ms. Mayghin's office in tears, overwhelmed with the amount of... Read More
Community Partner Spotlight: Samtec
Cabbage Patch member Michael* had always wondered how a small phone can do so many different things, and in October he got an amazing opportunity to begin exploring the world of technology. During a Zoom presentation with John Riley with Samtec, he marveled at intricate miniature... Read More
When Cabbage Patch client Dana was laid off due to COVID-19, her car started breaking down at the same time. In a year when everything is uncertain, she wasn’t sure how she would replace the vehicle, so she tried to keep up with the costly repairs. As she was called back to work and her daughter started attending the NTI support program at The Cabbage Patch... Read More
When you support The Cabbage Patch’s COVID-19 emergency fund:
> You put food on the tables of families in need
> You assure that deferred bills do not pile up and overwhelm parents
> You help children who are struggling with online learning
> You provide stability during a time of greater uncertainty
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In February, We asked Manager of Educational Opportunities Brandi Giles for some tips on celebrating Black history in Louisville. Here is what Brandi had to say!
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1. Spend time recognizing more obscure African-American figures.
Honoring the lives and triumphs... Read More