Downtown YMCA gets $1 million gift from large Louisville employer
Biz Journals - This investment will assist the YMCA with essential programming including child care, community outreach, youth programming as well as membership and program scholarships. (Subscription required to read full story)
JBS Hometown Strong Initiative investing $1M in the YMCA of Greater Louisville
WAVE3 News - LOUISVILLE, Ky. - One million dollars is going to Louisville’s Downtown Family YMCA location. The funding, coming from JBS Louisville, aims to help the YMCA with things like childcare, community outreach, youth programming as well as membership and program scholarships.
JBS Louisville invests $1 million into downtown YMCA
WDRB - LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- JBS Louisville invested $1 million in the downtown Louisville YMCA. Part of the money will be used to promote JBS employee wellness by providing memberships to all Louisville employees over the next five years. The rest of the money will help the YMCA with essential programming like child care, community outreach and youth programming.
JBS USA to donate $1 million to YMCA of Greater Louisville’s Downtown Family YMCA
Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal - LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A national food processing company with a large pork production facility in the Derby City area announced Wednesday it is pledging $1 million to the YMCA of Greater Louisville’s Downtown Family YMCA. JBS USA, which is headquartered in Greeley, Colorado, is giving the donation to the YMCA at 555 S. 2nd St. through its $50 million Hometown Strong initiative, in which the company donates to communities across the country where it has plants.
New Children’s Bookmobile Will Provide Books, Online Access to Louisville’s Underserved Areas
WDRB News - Louisville has a new mobile library thanks to some generous donors. Mayor Greg Fischer joined members of the Louisville Free Public Library, The Library Foundation, and JBS Louisville on Tuesday to announce Louisville's new Children's Bookmobile.
National Hog Farmer - Through its Hometown Strong initiative, JBS USA plans to donate $1.2 million to help Louisville respond to needs resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and invest in the community's future.
JBS USA Donates $1.2 Million To Louisville To Help With City’s Covid-19 Emergency Response
LOUISVILLE (Ky.) Courier Journal - A food processing company with a large pork production facility in Louisville is pledging a sizable donation to the Derby City in response to the coronavirus pandemic.