Community Foundation of Louisville reaches $500 million in assets, now among largest in nation

The Community Foundation of Louisville (CFL) is celebrating a major milestone in December, having surpassed $500 million in total assets. CFL is the largest charitable foundation in Kentucky, and in the top 40 of about 800 community foundations nationwide. Assets are up from $485 million at the end of 2016. Over the past 33 years, CFL has made more than $780 million in grants to nonprofits, most of...

Community Foundation of Louisville names 15 artists for inaurgural Hadley Creatives program

Fifteen Louisville-based artists have been selected to participate in Hadley Creatives, a new program developed and supported by the Community Foundation of Louisville. Through a competitive application process, artists who demonstrated a strong creative vision and a readiness to pursue a career as a working artist were selected. The six-month program will help local artists build their professional...

Nominations sought for new Bill Fischer Award supporting Louisville-based visual artists

The Community Foundation of Louisville and Louisville Visual Art are pleased to announce a new award for working artists in Louisville. The Bill Fischer Award for Visual Artists is a $5,000 cash prize to artists that provides support for the execution and exhibition of artwork and other efforts to foster a professional career as a visual artist. Susan Barry, Community Foundation CEO, states: “The...