Outreach

Please Support our Partners in our Outreach program:
 
 
 
Mary Hurst imate

We need your help to ensure every kid receiving services in Maryhurst Renewal starts the school year off with a backpack full of everything they need for a great year. Our goal this year is to fill 170 bags. Below I have outlined the details for this year’s School Supply Drive.  

Items Needed: 

Backpacks  
Markers (washable)  
Crayons  
3 ring binders  
Pencil pouches  
Loose-leaf paper  

Drop off: 1015 Dorsey Lane  

Also,

Maryhurst Front Desk Volunteers Needed

Maryhurst is currently looking for volunteers to fill shifts covering the front desk duties. Responsibilities would include answering the phones, greeting visitors, and accepting packages. The shifts would be from 9-4. If there are enough volunteers, the shifts may be reduced. Training will be provided.

If interested, you can contact Shelby Allen at 502-909-4690 or sallen@maryhurst.org

 

Black Owned Poster

In August Louisville celebrates black owned businesses month. Black individuals are 23% of Louisville's population and 2% of the city's business owners. In the spirit of oneness central to our faith, we invite our friends and congregants to join us in visiting black owned businesses in August and beyond.

For a directory click the link below:

Directory of Louisville Black Owned Businesses

 

Peace 2030

In 1986, when the United Nations Children's Fund sent a peace torch relay around the planet during The First Earth Run, an amazing thing happened - all wars stopped for 85 days in the countries that received the torch as the world was riveted by this unifying event.

Intrigued? Want to know more?  Click here.
You will learn how to form a team and engage the actions to create more peace within yourself, in your community and in the world.

EACM updates.  Food donations are always needed.   Click here for more information
 
 
Crosby Middle Mascot

Unity of East Louisville has provided new supplies that Crosby Middle School has requested like sweatshirts, shirts, uniforms, underwear, and detergent primarily for students in need.  In addition, we are supplying monetary donations to allow them to purchase items they need.

Whatever resources we can free up helps them to allocate resources to sending kids in need to summer camp.  This sometimes helps their parents to be able to continue working during the summer.