The Lexington Nonprofit Coalition is a local alliance of KNN members committed to a stronger, more unified and collaborative nonprofit sector serving the Lexington community. The Coalition official launched in late 2020.
The work of the Coalition so far has been essential to creating a unified voice that has better educated the Mayor’s office and the Urban County Council on the work and economic impact of nonprofits; helped move the Urban County Council in 2020 to restore the proposed elimination of funding of the city's partnerships with nonprofits; has led to important actions to support students and families coping with non-traditional instruction; and is helping craft solutions that would ensure our city address both COVID-19 and racial and social inequities. There is still much work to be done and so many partnership opportunities ahead! To learn about the Coalition's recent engagement in the November 2022 general election, click here to read our Mayoral Candidate Guide and view recordings of Urban County Council candidate forums.
If you are a nonprofit based in or providing significant services in Lexington, we urge you to join the Coalition! Click here for more details.
KNN membership is required of Coalition members and dues for the Coalition are currently $135/month (as more members join and LNC membership milestones are achieved, the monthly dues amount will decrease). Click here to get started! Have questions? Click here to connect with KNN.
*Click to join the Coalition for our luncheon with Congressman Andy Barr on Friday, April 14!
Members of the Lexington Nonprofit Coalition:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass
Bluegrass Council, Boys Scouts of America
Community Ventures Corporation
Girl Scouts of Kentucky's Wilderness Road Council
Kentucky United Methodist Children's Homes
Lexington Habitat for Humanity
Lexington Leadership Foundation
Mountain Comprehensive Care Center, Zandale Clinic
Nursing Home Ombusdman Agency of the Bluegrass
Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Bluegrass
Urban League of Lexington-Fayette County
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