Dress for Success
Dress for Success Louisville provides professional attire, support and career development tools.
They accept the following for job interviews and for clients who land jobs requiring business attire:
Business Suits, Slacks/Trousers, Skirts, Blazers, Blouses, Purses, Scarves, Belts, New panty hose
New Cosmetics & Toiletries, Jewelry (Earrings, necklaces, bracelets, etc.)
Shoes, especially sizes 9 and up, and wide widths
They also take donations of shopping bags with handles for clients to use to take their new garments home.
Monday, 9:30 a.m. - noon
Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. by appointment
Call (502) 584-8050 to schedule your appointment
Dine for Success events
2269 Lexington Road
The Village Anchor
11507 Park Rd
813 East Market St.
123 West Main St
Feel Good Saturday
3rd Saturday each month
9:30 a.m.- noon
No Appointment Necessary
Please bring donations to 309 Guthrie Street, Louisville
Twelve year old Chloë Goss is a Christian artist with a distinctive and powerful voice. With a unique sound, her music crosses multiple genres including Christian Country, Southern Gospel and Contemporary Christian. She is inspired by her dad, Michael Goss, who writes her songs and accompanies her on guitar at live performances.
Chloë recently released her first single "A New Road," which is receiving airplay on numerous stations located across the U.S. and around the globe, including a variety of country stations. Her next single, "Love So True" will be released late spring.
Though her music appeals to a variety of age groups, she most wants to make Christian music that appeals to young people her own age. She loves performing and delivering a positive message to her listeners.
Chloe Goss in Concert
Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
Mt. Vernon, KY
Saturday, May 18th
Big Stone Gap, Virginia
Saturday, May 25th
Parkinson Support Center
The mission of the Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana is to promote a healthier and improved quality of life for those living with Parkinson's disease in our communities.
April is National Parkinson's disease Awareness Month and PSCKY is consistently working to broaden awareness of their presence throughout the community. They want people with PD and their care partners to know about the programs that are offered and how PSCKY can help make a significant difference in their lives.
As a grassroots organization, they are solely dependent on donations from the public. If you can help by making a donation, please send a check to the Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana or give online at www.pscky.org.
Denim & Diamonds is an event to support PSCKY and will be held on Friday, June 7th at Locust Grove. The event will start at 6:00pm and the cost is $200 per ticket. All proceeds benefit PSCKY programs and services. To learn more information please visit their website at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana
315 Townepark Circle, Suite 100
Louisville, KY 40223
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