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Current Needs for COVID-19 Outbreak

Please call Eli at 502-653-9850 to make arrangements to donate items. Leave a number where you can be reached and a description of the items you would like to donate. Food/household item donations can be dropped off in a separate area outside Family Development by appointment on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Our goal is to keep...
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Stepping outside her comfort zone, Alumna Frankie Lewis has achieved success.

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Fashion designer Frankie Lewis has built her career and her brand around courage and confidence. “Being brave is not about standing up and showing people how good you are,” she explains, “It’s about getting out there and showing people what you love to do, even if it’s a work in progress.” Frankie is now not only a Cabbage Patch alumna, but also a...
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Marita Willis discusses the life-changing work of The Cabbage Patch.

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Marita Willis, President, eHome Network with Community Ventures Corp., knows first-hand about the life-changing work of The Cabbage Patch.     When did you begin attending The Cabbage Patch? I began my journey at The Patch when I was 8 years old - as a second grader. And I stayed through my senior year in high school. I came with my 6 brothers...
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College Scholar Janae explains Juneteenth!

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We want to welcome Janae Cofield, a Cabbage Patch College Scholar, as a new voice at The Patch! Janae will be sharing her views this summer on a variety of topics. If you have a question for Janae, please email our communication department at jhendrix@cabbagepatch.org. Today, Janae explains the history and significance of Juneteenth.   Juneteenth:...
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Job Posting: Executive Director

Executive Director, The Cabbage Patch Settlement House Louisville, Kentucky Official Job Posting from Ashley Rountree and Associates We are seeking a compassionate, energetic leader for a 109-year old Christian Settlement House in Louisville, Kentucky that profoundly changes lives of vulnerable youth and families. A community treasure in one of America’s...
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Preparing Youth for the World of Tomorrow

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Almost any Cabbage Patch alumnus will tell you that once you are a Patcher, you are a Patcher for life! Our staff members frequently seek out former members to see how they are doing, and we find many success stories along the way. One amazing role model is recently graduated Cabbage Patch College Scholar Evan Packer who, after completing his undergraduate degree...
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What’s in a Game?

What's in a game? Most would say fun and entertainment, but at The Cabbage Patch, we look a little deeper and find opportunities to engage children in important lessons. The trick of educating children while they think they are playing is what makes our Educational Opportunities department so successful. New in the Educational Opportunities department is Patch...
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You Support Whole Families

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“I thought (The Patch) was a place to drop off my kids. That’s not what it is. It’s a place that gives counsel. It helps the parent, it helps the kids.” (more…)
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A New Book by The Cabbage Patch Young Authors Camp

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In Partnership with Baxter's Corner Thanks to The Cabbage Patch’s partnership with Baxter’s Corner, Young Author’s Camp is a wonderful program that helps our children develop their storytelling skills! Last year, we saw the Young Authors “Going Bananas in Space” with their debut book. This year, many of our favorite characters have returned with...
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The Cabbage Patch helped mold me into the man I am today.

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“Not only did The Patch keep me out of trouble after school (and help my dad get some rest), it also helped to mold me into the man I am today.  Every single staff member has had a role in moving me onward and upward in life. Everyone cared, and everyone contributed, which says something significant about The Patch, when everyone loves you so much that...
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