We’d like to thank each and every one of you for your support of our 2018 Empower Breakfast! Speakers at this year’s event shared many inspirational stories of how Day Spring has transformed the world for people with developmental disabilities. This is only possible WITH YOUR HELP! Thank you to our speakers, table hosts and every person who donated. Because of your support, we are able to provide caring, personal services in a variety of residential settings and help people with developmental disabilities in creating a fulfilling life. If you were not able to attend this year, but would like to support our mission you can DONATE HERE.
On behalf of the residents, families, staff, THANK YOU again!
Tip-off is March 2...stay tuned for more information as this exciting date draws near! #BFG18
Picture the Annual College Basketball Tournament (and all of the March Madness excitement!). Replace the teams with local non-profits. Day Spring will go head-to-head in a single elimination bracket style fundraising tournament. We find out who we are matched with on February 15 – stay tuned! Click here to donate for Day Spring (at 8:00 pm Friday, March 2) at Tip-Off: https://bfg.org/
We are excited to announce that the renovations are complete at our Meadow Drive office building and some members of our staff have moved into the new office space. Human Resources and Program staff will remain in the Ford Community Center (3430 Day Spring Court) while our Business, Family Home Provider, Development and Administrative staff will work from our new Administrative Building (2210 Meadow Drive). We are looking forward to hosting an Open House (details TBA) event in a few months but in the meantime, if you are in the area (just off of Bardstown Road across from Costco), stop in and see us!
The residents and staff at our Baxter Avenue apartments greatly appreciated the hard work and enthusiasm shown by all the volunteers who beautified the outdoor landscaping areas around the apartment building. A special thank you to Jimmy Baltenberger’s family, Peace United Church of Christ youth group (Fort Wayne, IN), the Newton family, and Mike and Lou Ann Stone.
The most recent issue of The Community Foundation of Louisville’s ForGood magazine not only features Day Spring, but a resident of our woman’s group home, Mary Ann Lewis, also graces its cover! In the article, “What Makes a Community?”, Day Spring is used as an example by the author who explores the idea that community is established by the connections created by individuals, rather than just physical geography.
Thank you to Mary Ann Lewis and Sarah Trester for representing our wonderful community so well in this article. We are honored to be included in this publication that focuses on philanthropy in Louisville and encourage you to read the entire article.
The September issue of Frankfort, Kentucky’s FRANK magazine had a nice feature called, “For the Love of Meat,” focusing on our very own David Harrod’s Meat Men BBQ sauce. As you will read, David Harrod and Dick Barrett, both Day Spring family members, have formulated their own BBQ sauce and sell it for $5 per bottle.
All proceeds benefit Day Spring and we are grateful to both Dick and David for their support!