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Anjay’s Kids
c/o Hair Nation and Spa
152 W. Tiverton Way
#130
Lexington
KY
(859) 913-4270
anjayskidsky@gmail.com
anjayskids.org

We exist to help the children of Kentucky maintain their sense of pride and self-confidence by providing free customized hair replacement for kids who have suffered hair loss due to cancer or other life changing events.

hair replacement for kids
Blue Grass Community Foundation
499 E. High St.
#112
Lexington
KY
(859) 225-3343
info@bgcf.org
bgcf.org

Blue Grass Community Foundation is where people go to give—of their passion, money and ideas—to enhance the quality of life in our region. We help individuals, families, businesses and nonprofit organizations establish charitable funds, guide their resources to support causes they care about, meet community needs and make a difference. We also lead, convene and facilitate on important community issues.

Nonprofit, Human Services
Bluegrass Greensource
835 National Ave.
Lexington
KY
(859) 266-1572
info@bgGreensource.org
bgGreensource.org

Bluegrass Greensource is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental organization who provides the critical service of educating Central Kentuckians of all ages about the importance of recycling and waste reduction, water quality and conservation, plus energy conservation. We empower people to make small changes in their everyday lives that have a big impact in our local environment.

Nonprofit, Environmental Education
Downtown Lexington Partnership
316 W. High St.
Lexington
KY
(859) 335-8640
info@downtownlex.com
downtownlex.com

The Downtown Lexington Partnership (DLP) is best-known for producing numerous events for the public to enjoy each year! Join us for Central Bank Thursday Night Live, Mayfest Arts Fair, Bike Lexington, Fountain Films on Friday, Fest of Ales, Lexington’s Fourth of July Festival, Lexington’s Official Tree Lighting Ceremony, Lexington’s Christmas Parade, and the Unified Trust Company Ice Rink.

The DLP also has a unique position as a membership organization. DLP, with more than 300 members who represent the largest businesses, the smallest proprietors and entrepreneurs, neighborhood associations, churches, educational institutions, and individuals, is a community and business advocacy group. DLP encourages responsible economic development in the downtown business core and in the various neighborhoods surrounding this central area. DLP advocates diversity, communication and leadership in assisting property owners, businesses, employees and residents in making Downtown Lexington a location for retail businesses, restaurants, offices, arts and cultural activities as well as a wonderful place to live and work.

Event production, membership organization
Employment Solutions DBA Fresh Approach
1084 Whipple Ct.
Lexington
KY
(859) 806-2832
employmentsolutionsinc.org

Private non profit working to provide work opportunities for intellectually challenged adults.

International Book Project
1440 Delaware Ave.
Lexington
KY
(859) 254-6771
director@intlbookproject.org
intlbookproject.org

The International Book Project promotes literacy and educational opportunities by providing more than 200,000 books to schools, libraries, churches, and Peace Corps Volunteers throughout the developing world.

The International Book Project also runs a used bookstore at our warehouse on 1440 Delaware Avenue where we sell the books that we cannot send overseas for various reasons. The proceeds support our book-sending mission.

Most books are under $3 - it's the cheapest bookstore in town!

Kentucky Entrepreneur Network
501 W. 6th St.
#250
Lexington
KY
kenl3c.com

Kentucky Entrepreneur Network connects small business to each other to promote mentorship, collaboration, growth, and development.

LexArts
ArtsPlace
161 North Mill St.
Lexington
KY
(859) 255-2951
info@lexarts.org
lexarts.org

LexArts' work is to help art be made and make its way into the world. Because of the inspired work of over 46 artists and arts organizations that are supported or enabled by the Fund for the Arts, there's world class art just about everywhere in our community.

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LexArts is a nonprofit community organization that works for the development of a strong and vibrant arts community as a means of enhancing the quality of life in central Kentucky. Through its annual Campaign for the Arts, LexArts raises millions of dollars in support of local arts and provides planning and services designed to integrate the arts into our daily lives. In turn, LexArts underwrites the operating expenses for a variety of Beneficiary Groups, offers affordable exhibition and performance space for arts organizations, as well as competitive grants for community outreach projects. Visit LexArts website at www.lexarts.org.

LexArts is supported in part by the Kentucky Arts Council, a state agency in the Commerce Cabinet, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts. Major support is provided by the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government.

Art Gallery, Gallery Hop
Rental facility
Lexington Art League
209 Castlewood Dr.
Lexington
KY
(859) 254-7024
info@lexingtonartleague.org
lexingtonartleague.org

The Lexington Art League is a contemporary visual art center located at the geographical and cultural intersection of the American South and Midwest. Their mission is to challenge, educate, and engage the community through visual art and in support of local artists.

Lexington Community Radio: Home of 93.9FM WLXU and El Pulso 95.7FM
c/o Lexington STEAM Academy
123 E. Sixth St.
Lexington
KY
(859) 721-5688
info@lexingtoncommunityradio.org
lexingtoncommunityradio.org

Lexington Community Radio is a nonprofit organization with two operational Low Power FM stations, El Pulso 95.7FM, Lexington's only Spanish-language radio, and WLXU 93.9FM. Our studios are in the Lexington STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math) Academy, a public magnet high school in Lexington's North End. WLXL and WLXU are Lexington's first low-power FM stations, an FCC designation intended to give the power of the microphone and radio waves back to community members and nonprofit entities. Each of our 100-watt signals creates a 5 miles broadcast radius (approximately), which allows us to create and air content that informs and entertains the 200,000 people in our combined broadcast area.

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