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Stories & News

Look what the power of love can do!

When Jerry Coslow Pence passed away on September 18, 2020, her children, Sallye and Chuck, made The Cabbage Patch one of her memorial beneficiaries.  Her generous friends gave enough to provide four days of NTI  (Non-traditional instruction) possible at The Patch Academy program. Jerry was raised in a home of educators, and before she had children of...
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When Janae Forgot Her Mother’s Birthday!

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues into the holiday season, life seems more hectic and overwhelming, especially for young people. We never expected Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) to last so long! Children like Janae are working hard to cope with this new reality. Janae recently came into Ms. Mayghin's office in tears, overwhelmed with the amount of...
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Exploring technology with Samtec!

      Community Partner Spotlight: Samtec   Cabbage Patch member Michael* had always wondered how a small phone can do so many different things, and in October he got an amazing opportunity to begin exploring the world of technology. During a Zoom presentation with John Riley with Samtec, he marveled at intricate miniature...
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In a difficult year, a like-new car is a blessing!

When Cabbage Patch client Dana was laid off due to COVID-19, her car started breaking down at the same time. In a year when everything is uncertain, she wasn’t sure how she would replace the vehicle, so she tried to keep up with the costly repairs. As she was called back to work and her daughter started attending the NTI support program at The Cabbage Patch...
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Current Needs

Please call Eli at 502-653-9850 to make arrangements to donate items. Leave a number where you can be reached and a description of the items you would like to donate. Food/household item donations can be dropped off in a separate area outside Family Development by appointment on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. *Updated weekly. Our...
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COVID-19 Awareness

When you support The Cabbage Patch’s COVID-19 emergency fund: > You put food on the tables of families in need > You assure that deferred bills do not pile up and overwhelm parents > You help children who are struggling with online learning > You provide stability during a time of greater uncertainty Click here to Donate Now, or Here for...
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Stepping outside her comfort zone, Alumna Frankie Lewis has achieved success.

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Fashion designer Frankie Lewis has built her career and her brand around courage and confidence. “Being brave is not about standing up and showing people how good you are,” she explains, “It’s about getting out there and showing people what you love to do, even if it’s a work in progress.” Frankie is now not only a Cabbage Patch alumna, but also a...
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Marita Willis discusses the life-changing work of The Cabbage Patch.

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Marita Willis, President, eHome Network with Community Ventures Corp., knows first-hand about the life-changing work of The Cabbage Patch.     When did you begin attending The Cabbage Patch? I began my journey at The Patch when I was 8 years old - as a second grader. And I stayed through my senior year in high school. I came with my 6 brothers...
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College Scholar Janae explains Juneteenth!

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We want to welcome Janae Cofield, a Cabbage Patch College Scholar, as a new voice at The Patch! Janae will be sharing her views this summer on a variety of topics. If you have a question for Janae, please email our communication department at jhendrix@cabbagepatch.org. Today, Janae explains the history and significance of Juneteenth.   Juneteenth:...
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5 Ways to Celebrate Black History!

In February, We asked Manager of Educational Opportunities Brandi Giles for some tips on celebrating Black history in Louisville. Here is what Brandi had to say! [caption id="attachment_5672" align="aligncenter" width="246"] Brandi Giles[/caption]   1. Spend time recognizing more obscure African-American figures. Honoring the lives and triumphs...
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