Kosair Charities surprises four Louisville special needs schools with gifts of $1 million each

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Kosair Charities pulled off a big surprise recently for four schools in the Louisville area.

The following organizations: Summit Academy of Greater Louisville, Meredith-Dunn School, Portland Christian School and Pitt Academy thought they were participating in a marketing campaign, little did they know they would walk away a gift of $1 million to better the education of kids with specialized learning needs.

The following organizations: Summit Academy of Greater Louisville, Meredith-Dunn School, Portland Christian School and Pitt Academy thought they were participating in a marketing campaign, little did they know they would walk away a gift of $1 million to better the education of kids with specialized learning needs (Photo Provided)

“This guarantees we can help kids for years to come, steer them where they need to go,” said Jamey Elliott, Head of School for Summit Academy.

“This is an intervention on the timeline for Portland Christian School, today is a marker that more families can now be served,” stated Jodell Seay, Executive Director of Portland Christian School.

Kevin Massey, Board President and parent at Pitt Academy said, “Words cannot describe how grateful we are for the work of Kosair Charities.”

“These dollars will certainly go a long way to help pay our debt for our capital campaign building campaign that Kosair Charities initially helped with and it is my intent to use every dollar for direct benefit of our students,” stated Kathy Beam, Head of School for Meredith Dunn.

From Kosair Charities Communications

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