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Grant Recipient Notes of Appreciation

 

“We have a new Toyota Sienna thanks to help from the King’s Daughters and Sons Foundation of Kentucky, Inc. ………It is beautiful and will assist us in transporting our women and children to their appointments.”

“Thank you so much.”

Lisa

“Thank you so much for our new oven and stove.  Very grateful for your generosity.  It is a privilege to cook for these wonderful ladies.”

Chef Genevieve

“We are so excited to be able to offer these scholarships to our nursing students. This is a critical time in healthcare, and we appreciate the King’s Daughters and Sons Foundation of Kentucky, Inc. for supporting our future nurses by investing in their education at ACTC.”

Brooke, Director of Resource Development

“As we look around our 40 acre facility, your imprint is everywhere…”

Jeannie

“We JUST stopped screaming from excitement!!!!!!! WOW! Thank you and the organization SO much for this HUGE opportunity!”

Kandice

“central station fire alarms for our ladies dorms…..much safer thanks to you!”

Stephen

“Responding to Kentucky’s Tornado Disaster…Without this critical support from so many we could not have responded with the full force needed..”

Jamie 

“Thank you for your generous grant …for the installation of a new 7.5 ton HVAC equipment system…of the Assisted Living building..”

Carrie

“Thank you again for approving a grant to our Shelter” 

Anita

“The foundation’s philanthropy directly contributes to Berea student’s ability to persevere inside and outside the classroom”

Teresa

“Your gift helps provide opportunities and resources that will prepare our students to become skilled workers for today’s and tomorrow’s workforce”

Paul

“Support such as yours enables us to recruit and train volunteers who advocate on behalf of children who are victims of abuse and neglect”

Melynda

 


The King’s Daughters and Sons Foundation of Kentucky, Inc. Recognition

2019

Berea College’s 2019 National Philanthropy Day Award was presented to The King’s Daughters and Sons Foundation of Kentucky, Inc. (TKDSF) on November 8, 2019.  TKDSF received the Award during the 33rd Annual National Philanthropy Day Celebration sponsored by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Bluegrass Chapter.  This award is to celebrate “those who have made a significant contribution of time and resources to nonprofit agencies and therefore richly enhance the quality of life in our communities”.  Berea College also presented a Proclamation from the Office of the President, Lyle D. Roelofs, recognizing “…The King’s Daughters and Sons Foundation of Kentucky for its commitment to strengthening education and ensuring an enduring nursing practice across the Commonwealth.”

2018

From left: Marc Craft, CPA – TKDSF Treasurer; Kay Yates, Ed. D., System Director of Development of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System; Joy Feist, TKDSF President; and Susan Ware, President, APF Bluegrass Chapter.

The Association of Fundraising Professionals, Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter presented The King’s Daughters and Sons Foundation of Kentucky, Inc. (TKDSF) an award for Community Philanthropy.  The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) nominated TKDSF for this award which was presented on November 2, 2018 during the National Philanthropy Day Lexington Celebration.   As stated in the program, “National Philanthropy Day celebrates those who have made a significant contribution of time and resources to nonprofit agencies and therefore richly enhance the quality of life in our communities.”