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The Cabbage Patch Settlement House receives $75,000 “Kids Win!” Baird grant to empower Louisville youth

Louisville, KY - The Cabbage Patch Settlement House was recently selected as one of only 18 national nonprofit recipients of the 2024 Paul Purcell “Kids Win!” Annual Baird Education Grant, receiving a generous $75,000. As the sole grantee in Louisville and the state of Kentucky, this recognition underscores The Cabbage Patch’s unwavering commitment to...
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How to Help The Patch During the Holidays

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The holiday season has begun, bringing with it tidings of peace, joy and gratitude. As the hustle and bustle of Christmastime arrives, some find themselves in the challenging position of needing a little extra help, while others are searching for ways to help others. The holidays can be particularly stressful for the families who are served by The Cabbage Patch....
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Congratulations, Cabbage Patch Grads!

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As graduation season comes to a close, we would like to congratulate all our amazing graduates from The Cabbage Patch! We are so proud of our rising and outgoing College Scholars. After watching them grow up in our halls, we now share the blessing of watching them claim their place in the world. As they each go forward in their journeys, we pray for our graduates'...
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Volunteer Appreciation Week at The Patch

Flower beds at The Patch received a seasonal face-lift from some enthusiastic volunteers recently. Fifteen associates from Wiley Education Services, one of the world's largest publishing companies, came from near and far to lend a hand in our outdoor space. This service project was one of many that Wiley has encouraged its employees to participate in across the...
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March Mailer

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At The Cabbage Patch, our vision is to empower youth and their families to achieve success and create a better world. To reach that goal, our work with youth members is built on a philosophy of growth and development. There is a progression: when Patch youth get involved, our staff team can achieve a level of influence and connection with them. The further...
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Cabbage Patch Students Celebrate 13,000 Completed Assignments!

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...
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Current Needs

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. *Updated weekly. Our...
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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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