Aug
17
6:00 PM18:00

Taste of South Louisville

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Taste of South Louisville showcases the local and international cuisine of our diverse area all in the name of neighbors helping neighbors. Join us in Millionaire's Row at Churchill Downs to eat to your heart's content while overlooking the track.

There will be more than 25 local restaurants represented so arrive hungry! We'll have door prizes, a silent auction that will get everyone in the bidding mood, and special guests. There will also be a cash bar!

Purchase Tickets HERE!

Early Bird Tickets (June&July) - $40
Regular Tickets (August) - $50
Children 5-11 - $10
Children 0-4 - Free
*Tickets can also be purchased with cash or check at SLCM's office (415 1/2 W Ashland Avenue) from 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday through Friday.

SLCM provides emergency assistance and compassionate advocacy to low-income neighbors in crisis. We address immediate needs of hunger and stable housing while creating lasting community.

Thank you to our sponsors: LG&E and KU Energy, Hope City Church, Taylor Blvd. Save-A-Lot, Churchill Downs, Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, and L&N Federal Credit Union.

Sponsorships are still available! Please contact Clare Wallace at clarewallace@slcm.org for more information.

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May
17
1:00 PM13:00

Golf Scramble

The Annual Golf Scramble brings together various businesses or community leaders to have fun as they support the work of South Louisville Community Ministries.  Golf team members network and learn how their contributions can impact our services. 

Please call Joyce Whalin at (502) 361-7763 to learn more about adding your team of 4 for $440!

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Mar
19
6:00 PM18:00

Families Helping Families

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To nominate someone for the Neighbor of the Year award, please fill out this form. If your nominee is chosen, you both will win two tickets to the dinner!

SLCM advocates for our neighbors through collective compassion. We believe it is a community’s responsibility to know and help their neighbors in their time of crisis. Our community extends to 72,407 people and we struggle with the second highest poverty rates in Louisville, but we believe that through collaboration and kinship, we can be that compassionate home base to everyone.

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