100.5 FM's Community Partners

100.5 FM Your Life On Shuffle and iHeartMedia Louisville is a proud community partner with eight Kentuckiana nonprofits that address one or more of the following key issues impacting our listeners: children safety and well-being, racial equity and mental health.

AMPED, Academy of Music Production Education and Development, providing free music and technology programs to hundreds of youth and families, as well as the Russell Tech Business Incubator to help Black and Latinx entrepreneurs succeed.

Bellewood & Brooklawn Therapeutic Foster Care and Family Services. Bellewood & Brooklawn works to reduce disruption in children’s lives, help them heal from the effects of abuse and neglect, and promote wellbeing among families.

CASA of The River Region, Mentors For Abused Children. CASA trains volunteers to be the voice for abused and neglected children in Family Court in Jefferson, Henry, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Trimble counties.

Center for Women & Families, Kentuckiana's Rape Crisis + Domestic Violence Center, providing trauma-informed advocacy and support for individuals, families and communities affected by intimate partner violence and sexual assault.

Family & Children’s Place, providing resources, support, and solutions to help families prevent and stop child abuse, and neglect, and to heal those impacted, by empowering parents and the community to create safe, nurturing environments for children.

Kosair Charities, enhancing the health and well-being of children by delivering financial support for healthcare, research, education, social services, and child advocacy.

Louisville Free Public Library, the largest public library system in the state of Kentucky with 18 branches throughout Jefferson County.

NAMI Louisville, providing services to persons living with mental illness, their families, and the Louisville community. Their programs and services are aimed toward eradicating the stigma of mental illness, enhancing the hope of recovery, and improving the quality of life for those in the Louisville area whose lives are affected by serious mental illness.

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