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TWO OCTOBER EVENTS NOT TO MISS

vote for a water nonprofit Bluegrass Tomorrow 25th Anniversary: “Celebrating the Vision”, October 9th at Normandy Farm (Paris Pike, Lexington). Featuring a Silent Auction – Live Music -Great Food and a Who’s Who guest list of organizations and supporters of Bluegrass Tomorrow’s vision where our towns remain separate and distinct, people friendly and full of architectural character;
our best farmlands remain secure and productive;
the beauty of our landscape remains evident from our roadways; our governments make informed, responsible decisions about growth and change and we are sensitive to our unique fragile environment.

$100 per ticket; $1000 per sponsored table; Underwriting sponsorships $2500;
Event sponsorship (one only) $5000. Learn more HERE.

fti_headerkNOwMORE is PROUD to be a part of First 10 In! A “one of a kind fundraiser” allowing YOU to meet 10 great non-profits! Eat food from 10 great restaurants. Enjoy spirits, music and a special keynote address from Father James Kubicki.Friday October 17th. Presented by Real Life Radio. Sponsorships available. Put your organization’s name out there and get in on the ground floor of something truly unique and special. Learn more HERE.

KENTUCKY PHILANTHROPY INITIATIVE: LOGOThe Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative will be hosting its annual summit on Philanthropy September 30th through October 1st.  For more information and to register for this highly beneficial and educational experience click HERE.

KY Nonprofit Video Testimonials for kNOwMORE

WHAT KNOWMORE MEANS TO KY NONPROFITS

kNOw MORE nonprofits has helped tell the stories of an amazing number of Kentucky nonprofits. Enjoy these KY nonprofit video testimonials  from some leaders of these nonprofits as they discuss what our work has meant for their organizations. From social media promotions to educational outreach and grant-writing material, the spotlight features produced by kNOwMORE continue to circulate–and we could not be more happy.

“As a nonprofit, we don’t have a whole lot of dollars in our budget for marketing,” says Corissa Phillips of Greenhouse 17 (featured in our show on Nutrition). “This is going to go a long way for us…We’re so glad to have this story-telling device.”

If you know of other non-profits whose mission our state should KNOW MORE about, please
drop by our nomination page and send along their information.

KNOW MORE or NO MORE.

Get involved today 888.528.1999 www.knowmorenonprofits.com

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SPOTLIGHT: FRONTIER NURSING UNIVERSITY

vote for a water nonprofitFrontier Nursing University (FNU) is a private, non-profit, non-residential graduate school of nursing offering community-based, distance education programs leading to the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, the Master of Science in Nursing Degree and/or post-master’s certificates in advanced practice nursing specialties. CLICK HERE to WATCH this month’s Featured Segment!

Their mission is to educate nurses to become competent, fnuentrepreneurial, ethical and compassionate nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners who are leaders in the primary care of women and families with an emphasis on underserved and rural populations.

 
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Airing On KETKY Thurs, 2/27 @ 2:30p

Our eighth episode, “Nonprofits Keeping Kentucky Healthy” hosted by Brian Simmons, features segments on Kosair Charities Face It campaign against child abuse and Kids Cancer Alliance’s summer camp,  both in Louisville, Kentucky. We’ll visit the operating rooms of Lexington’s nationally recognized Surgery on Sunday and meet the volunteer doctors providing treatment to those in need around the state. We’ll travel to Hyden, Kentucky to learn about the midwifery programs at Frontier Nursing University. This episode will outline what it would be like without these critical health initiatives and how our communities can get involved.

Check local listings for channel availability. All times EST.

Airing On KETKY Friday, 2/21 @ 4:30p

Our eighth episode, “Nonprofits Keeping Kentucky Healthy” hosted by Brian Simmons, features segments on Kosair Charities Face It campaign against child abuse and Kids Cancer Alliance’s summer camp,  both in Louisville, Kentucky. We’ll visit the operating rooms of Lexington’s nationally recognized Surgery on Sunday and meet the volunteer doctors providing treatment to those in need around the state. We’ll travel to Hyden, Kentucky to learn about the midwifery programs at Frontier Nursing University. This episode will outline what it would be like without these critical health initiatives and how our communities can get involved.

Check local listings for channel availability. All times EST.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS! NOMINATE NONPROFITS FOR 2014


HAPPY HOLIDAYS! NOMINATE NONPROFITS FOR 2014

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS & SEASON’S GREETINGS to all of our fans and supporters. Thanks so much for making 2013 such an exciting year and supporting us as we produced two exciting new episodes: Nonprofits & Nutrition; Nonprofits Keeping Kentucky Healthy. With your help and encouragement we’ve been able to provide marketing awareness to: Moveable Feast, Faith Feeds, Seedleaf, Greenhouse 17, Ignite Louisville, Give Into The Groove, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass, Kids Cancer Alliance, the Face It Movement, Surgery on Sunday, Frontier Nursing University and more!

Special thanks to our show sponsors this year: Kosair Charities, Stoll Keenon & Ogden, Bank of the Bluegrass, Ed Burtner, Grow Appalachia, Raymond James, Seedleaf, Bluegrass Community Foundation, Southeast Printing & Mailing, Selma’s, Frontier Nursing University Bluegrass Committee, Neace Lukens, CivChoice & Stockyards Bank & Trust.

We hope for your continued support in 2014 and most importantly, we hope you have a very HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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2014 NOMINATIONS OPEN THRU FEBRUARY

kNOw MORE’s 2014 call for nonprofits: water, history, music, western and eastern Kentucky, and young professional organizations.

WATER: Depending on how one measures, Kentucky is home to between 20,000 and 90,000 miles of waterways, making it one of the most water-infused states in the continental US. Help us highlight those Kentucky nonprofits whose mission includes celebrating, protecting, or commercializing this important resource.

HISTORICAL: Hunting and trading grounds for Wyandotte, Shawnee, Cherokee, and other Indian tribes. The first truly American frontier. A pro-union and slave-owning state in the Civil War. The childhood home of presidents, vice-presidents, writers, sports figures, and more. Kentucky has a rich history, and kNOw MORE is looking for all you nonprofits who work hard to preserve and call attention to that history.

MUSIC: Kentucky is known as the home of bluegrass music, but why stop there? From jazz and country, to rock, hip hop, folk, and opera, a wealth of musical forms emanate from the Commonwealth. kNOw MORE wants to turn the amps up to eleven on the hard work of those nonprofits whose mission draws on this rich musical heritage.

THE JACKSON PURCHASE: Named for an 1818 treaty negotiated by Andrew Jackson with the Chickasaw nation, the Jackson Purchase comprises the most western portion of the state on lands bordered by the Mississippi, Tennessee, and Ohio Rivers. kNOw MORE is looking to shine a light on those nonprofits who work or are located in this unique region of the state. Part of kNOw MORE’s focus on the regions of Kentucky.

EASTERN KENTUCKY:  Home to the state’s largest mountain (Black Mountain), headwaters of the Kentucky and Cumberland Rivers, birthplace of the Kentucky mining industry, the Eastern Kentucky Coalfields stretch from the Appalachian Mountains westward across the eastern portion of the state. kNOw MORE is looking to showcase those nonprofits who work or are located in this unique region of the state.  Part of kNOw MORE’s focus on the regions of Kentucky.

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS: Did you know that Kentucky breeds young professionals as well as it does Thoroughbreds? Wonder no more. kNOw MORE is looking to spotlight nonprofits who harness the creative power of the next crop of Kentucky’s professional class.

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“I’ve learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way (s)he handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights.”

Maya Angelou

diss qr tagPlease Help Us Continue Educating our Communities in 2013.

We have corporate sponsor and underwriting opportunities available. Put your organization’s name on a great cause that is seen state-wide. Our next show features nonprofits keeping KY healthy, if your organization is concerned about our state’s health or you know of a corporation that supports causes and charities dedicated to health & education then please have them contact us so that we may share these opportunities.

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The kNOwMORE educational television series currently airs on PBS affiliate KET as well as CCTV in Northern Kentucky. All show segments are also available in HD on-line, on-demand 24/7.

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