Helping People Help Themselves

Posted on February 27, 2015 by Megan Baird

Founded in 1903 in Louisville, Kentucky, Wesley House Community Services is in the business of “helping people help themselves.” They provide childcare, youth and family services, arts integrated programs, bilingual employment and workforce development, healthy foods programs, volunteer income tax assistance, and a gently used clothing store to those in need.

This photo is of a project that was done at Wesley House during the Mayor's Give A Day. Volunteers assisting to install a fence.

This photo is of a project that was done at Wesley House during the Mayor’s Give A Day. Volunteers assisting to install a fence.

If you’re interested in getting involved, Wesley House always needs volunteers to help in the baby room or childcare center as well as their gently used clothing store. Further, they are always looking for new board and committee members, as well as facility advisers. To learn more, visit their website.

Posted in Brackets For Good, Nonprofit Story | Tagged 2015, Louisville, NPO News