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Trey Grayson cared about voting, democracy early on, has earned national reputation as election expert

By Judy Clabes NKyTribune editor Those who watched Trey Grayson grow up in his Edgewood home remember the earnest kid with the computer. It was definitely not a computer for games, but for the serious stuff of learning. Trey Grayson The serious student headed off to Harvard after graduating from Dixie Heights, then came back to the University of Kentucky for a joint JD/MBA dual-degree program thanks...

KPI, Horizon Community Fund team up for Next Gen Giving Summit to crack code on future philanthropy

By Tess Brown Horizon Community Funds More than 150 people gathered at the St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center in Northern Kentucky earlier this week for the 2019 Next Gen Giving Summit, hosted through a partnership between Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky and the Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative. Attendees learned more about what makes young funders tick, what life is like as...

Northern Kentucky’s Horizon Community Funds surpasses $10m in assets in less than six months

Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky has surpassed $10 million in assets under management less than six months after its formation in August 2017. The organization established an initial goal to raise $50 million in five years to support Northern Kentucky community needs and services. “We are overwhelmed by the positive response to the formation of Horizon Community Funds,” stated Nancy...

Horizon Community Funds of NKy president Nancy Grayson joins Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative board

The Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative (KPI) has announced that Nancy Grayson, President of Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky, has joined its Board of Directors. “It’s a pleasure to welcome Nancy as a member of the Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative’s Board of Directors,” said KPI Chairman Al Rider. “She brings a depth of experience and perspective for community development...

Grayson family building extensive legacy
of service, leadership and good citizenship

Trey, Susan and Mer Grayson (Photo by Judy Clabes)   By Judy Clabes and Roger Auge Special to KyForward   The Grayson family has been part of the fabric of Northern Kentucky for as long as anybody alive today can remember. The family legacy revolves around community involvement, support of all kinds of good works, leadership in countless organizations – and being all-around good neighbors...