KVC Kentucky Joins KY Gives Day 2023
Kentucky Gives Day
On May 9, 2023, KVC Kentucky will participate in Kentucky’s statewide 24-hour online giving event, Kentucky Gives Day. This 24-hour event enters its 11th year and has raised $3.5 million since the event’s launch in 2012.
“KVC Kentucky is thrilled to participate in our very first KY Gives Day alongside so many amazing nonprofits throughout Kentucky,” said Gina Klyachkin, President of KVC Kentucky. “KY Gives Day shines a light on the tremendous work being done by nonprofits daily in the Commonwealth and allows the opportunity for everyone to elevate the impact by donating.”
KVC Kentucky Impact
KVC Kentucky is committed to strengthening and supporting the wellbeing and vitality of Kentucky’s children, families and communities. Our team provides high-quality, impactful services including children’s mental health, substance use treatment, in-home support for trauma, and child welfare case assistance. In 2022, KVC Kentucky made a substantial impact by safely preventing 2,676 children from entering foster care and providing mental and behavioral health services for almost 1,000 children and adults.
“At KVC, we care about children and families, and for over 22 years, we’ve been providing family strengthening and crisis support services to over 12,000 children and families across the commonwealth each year,” stated Megan Moore, Director of Training, Compliance and Development. “We are excited to join other nonprofits who are making a difference for Kentuckians and to highlight this important work together on May 9th.”
How to Give
The 24-hour event begins at midnight (EDT) on May 9 and continues until 11:59 p.m. (EDT). Kentuckians near and far can go online to www.kygives.org, connect with the Kentucky charities and causes they care about, and make donations. Give directly to KVC Kentucky at https://kentucky.kvc.org/event/kentucky-gives-day/
About KVC Kentucky
KVC Kentucky, headquartered in Lexington, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit child welfare and behavioral healthcare organization that provides mental and behavioral health services, family preservation and reunification, and other family-related services. Our services are in-home, strengths-based, and driven by a focus on the safety, permanency, and wellbeing of the child and family. Each year, KVC Kentucky serves more than 12,000 children and families in eight regions of the state. KVC is accredited by The Joint Commission, considered the gold standard in healthcare. Learn more at www.kvckentucky.org.