3 Ways to Help Others in 2019

Santa has come and gone, and 2018 is fading fast. This is the time between holidays when you catch up on work or spend a few extra days with family.

It’s also the time to make those last 2018 gifts to favorite charities. So, we wanted to highlight three of our favorite nonprofit organizations for you to consider as giving season ends.

Please, start the new year right—by impacting lives with your generosity.

Sunrise Children’s Services – Mt. Washington, KY

Sunrise Children’s Services cares for hurting children and families through Christ-center ministries.  It facilitates adoptions, home studies, counseling, foster care, independent living for young adults, psychiatric treatment, therapeutic residential care, and transitioning for children leaving foster care. Your gift to this wonderful organization will help heal the hearts of many precious boys and girls.

New Pathways for Children – Melber, KY

New Pathways for Children is a faith-based organization that ministers to at-risk children by caring for their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs. This organization employs case managers, social workers, and licensed counselors to rescue children from dangerous and unhealthy situations and place them in safe, loving homes. It also provides individual and family therapy, along with life skills development. Your support for this organization will instill boys and girls with a sense of hope and belonging in the new year.

Market House Theatre – Paducah, KY

The Market House Theatre began in 1963 when a small group of drama enthusiasts performed “The Male Animal” for the local public. Since then, the community theater has become a prominent part of Paducah culture, producing musicals and plays for loyal audiences. It also offers several educational programs and camps to instill local children with a love for theater, including Preschool Playshops, Footlights, Story Theatre, and PlayTime. Your gift to the Market House Theatre will help enrich the Paducah community and help local students experience the performing arts.