How often do we hear, what is wrong with kids today? Perhaps we should change the conversation to what is right with kids today, and how we can help them harness their talent and strengths to change the world?
Louisville’s own Global Game Changers, a local nonprofit is doing just that as they seek to empower all children to discover their inner superpower and make the world a better place through unique educational programs and partnerships.
Jan Helson, well-known business owner and philanthropist and daughter actress Rachel Annette Helson have partnered with family members Anne and Justin Walker. Together they are expanding GGC using their equation: MY TALENT + MY HEART = MY SUPERPOWER™ to change the trajectory of youth in Louisville area to be more emotionally intelligent and socially equipped to become change-makers in our own community (globalgamechangers.org).
Don’t miss this opportunity to join us in a conversation with the founders of GGC, hosted by Sam Corbett, Executive Director of Future Up, Advancing Louisville’s Public Schools (formerly the Jefferson County Public Education Foundation).
Monday, October 30, 2017
Reception at 5:30pm and program at 6:30pm.
The Kentucky Center, Bomhard Theater, 501 W. Main St, Louisville, KY 40202
Tickets are $25 – Reserved seating
Save the Date, Help Your State
Thursday, September 14, 2017
Kentucky to the World is participating once again in Give for Good Louisville, an online day of giving to support local nonprofits that takes place for a full 24 hours!
At Kentucky to the World, we’re all about lifting up our community. By highlighting the good that’s in our Kentucky community, we’re elevating perceptions and making Kentucky pride thrive.
So mark your calendars for Thursday, September 14th, and know that your gift will help us in our mission to enhance our state’s image at home and beyond by showcasing the talent, ingenuity, and excellence of outstanding men and women with strong Kentucky ties.
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