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We continue our expansion by reaching out to our friends who live in Indiana, or work downtown, or simply cannot attend our Legacy Breakfast morning event with our Legacy Luncheon. The event will be held May 18, 2016, at KYE’S II, in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Doors open at 11:30 am with the program starting promptly at 12:00 pm and ending at 1:00 pm.
Legacy Luncheon 2016
We're also looking for "Table Ambassadors" to bring people to the luncheon and are having a "kick-off party" at the Louisville Waterfront Development Building, 129 E. River Road, on April 19 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. If interested, contact Pamela Carter at 502.459.9930 or email email@example.com.
If you can’t join us, but would like to help, please click HERE to donate securely online now.
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Hand and Hand held its 12th Annual Legacy Breakfast, Tuesday, November 10, 2015, at The Olmsted in Louisville, Kentucky.
The biggest one-day giving event in Louisville had 362 non-profits participating. Hand in Hand won the $2,500 cash prize for most donors of any non-profit. Your generosity during this 24-hour day of giving resulted in Hand in Hand clearing more than $60,000.00!
Yesterday, Friends and families enjoyed beautiful weather, Music by Moondance, Barbecue from Texas Roadhouse, Ice Cream from Haywood’s Dairy, stone carving with Nelstone, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, crafts, face-painting, tie-dyeing, games, and more! If you couldn’t make it, you can still support Hand in Hand’s programs …
The experience I encountered about their way of living is something that can’t fully be put into words. Their way of living down in Belize is a day by day, don’t take what you have for granted, enjoy each moment as it comes, and to cherish the little things!