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Kentucky Circuit Court Clerk’s Trust For Life’s 2019 High School Challenge helps to engage students

Student groups across Kentucky will be participating in the 2019 High School Challenge sponsored by Kentucky Circuit Court Clerk’s Trust for Life (TFL) and Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA). The competition will run Oct. 13-Nov. 4, and the competition theme this year is “Be Magical, Be an Organ Donor.” Just like last year, groups will be encouraged to get creative with marketing efforts. The...

Keith Inman: We like being #1 in most ways — but not (as we are) for being first in nation for child abuse

Everyone likes to be ranked number one – especially here in Kentucky with our prized horses, bourbon, and basketball. But this? This is not a number one ranking Kentuckians should be proud of: Kentucky has the highest rate of child victims of abuse and is double the national rate. Since 1923, Kosair Charities has helped children reach their potential while overcoming their obstacles. Now in our...

Kosair Charities names Keith Inman new president following retirement of Coe in August

Kosair Charities announced Friday Keith Inman will become its next president, beginning in August when he replaces Randy Coe. Keith Inman Coe, the current President, is retiring after 21 years. He will remain on the Kosair Charities Board of Directors. Coe also serves as a trustee. Inman, 61, is a fundraising veteran. He will help Kosair Charities continue the mission of helping Kosair Kids in our...