Louisville’s Cabbage Patch Settlement House is celebrating its centennial this year plus a recently completed seven-million dollar renovation of its facilities. But Executive Director Tracey Holladay says they’re one-point-seven million dollars behind on fundraising for the project.
To many people, the image of a settlement house is a black and white photo of an imposing building, in a poor neighborhood, at sometime in the early 20th century. Well, you would be right and wrong. Settlement houses got their start in the late 19th century and some are still going strong. Louisville’s Cabbage Patch Settlement House is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year and it’s anything but a dreary building in an old photo. The Patch, as it’s known, is still providing opportunity, stability, and fun to the children and families of Louisville. Join us on Thursday when we learn more about the Patch. Listen to the Show
Ground was broken Friday morning for a $7 million expansion project at Louisville’s Cabbage Patch Settlement House. The Cabbage Patch is a nearly 100 year old non-profit organization that offers educational, counseling and other programs to hundreds of at-risk children and their families each year. Executive Director Reverend Tracy Holladay says it’s hoped the improvements […]