Verizon awards $20,000 to Economic Empowerment Program

Verizon awarded a $20,000 grant to KCADV’s Economic Empowerment program. Since 2009, Verizon has been a supporter of KCADV’s innovative approaches to economic empowerment for survivors. This year’s grant will support financial education for more than 2,000 DV survivors in Kentucky.


Republic Bank supports KCADV microloan program

Pictured: John Davis, Republic Bank and Andrea Miller, KCADV

2017 Economic Empowerment Program Annual Report released

Three years ago, Heather Wyatt, a new mom and highschool dropout, fled Virginia to escape an abusive partner. She didn't know where to go, only that she had to get away. She and her 6-month-old son, Jaxon, ended up couch surfing in Glasgow at the homes of an aunt and a friend. 

Allstate Foundation Partners with Domestic Violence Shelters to Teach Financial Independence

Allstate agent, Christopher Whitehead, reviews financial literacy curriculum with a survivor of domestic violence at Women's Crisis Center in Covington, KY

Thank You Wells Fargo Housing Foundation

Wells Fargo Housing Foundation (WFHF) announced a $5,000 grant to continue support for KCADV's homebuyer education for domestic violence survivors. WFHF has been a loyal donor to KCADV since 2011.

Continued support from BB&T makes our work possible!

BB&T granted KCADV $20,000 for a statewide personal finance initiative. The BB&T grant will fund personal finance classes for DV survivors and low-income students throughout Kentucky. BB&T employees will be involved in leading financial education classes and serving as pro bono financial planners. The grant will also support credit counseling and savings programs.

Republic Bank presents KCADV with a check for $2,000

Chris Rooks

Republic Bank presented KCADV with a check for $2,000 to help with tax prep expenses. KCADV runs Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) tax sites around the state to help low income survivors of domestic violence file their taxes.

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