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What it's FORE ... Community Benefits

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These local, not-for-profit service organizations are enjoying the opportunity to join BNI chapters with no initiation fees or dues. Plus, they are benefitting from the expanded community reach of solid networking relationships with community leaders and business owners. 

All net revenue  from the Givers Gain Scramble FORE Good event will be split evenly among these community resources to continue expanding their invaluable community benefit.


B.A.Y.A which stands for "Beautiful as you are" is a non profit organization that was created to give a safe place to the girls who never fit in and are always looked at as different.  We are also a safe place for girls to talk, participate in fun interactive self-esteem building activities while having fun with other girls. 

Harbor House

At Harbor House, our vision for the future is formed by the needs and dreams of the participants and families we serve. The founding parents of Harbor House envisioned an organization that would provide their sons and daughters with challenging, enjoyable and productive work. In the same way, the current Harbor House leadership seeks to provide a growing array of support and services that will ensure participants have appropriate choices for self-fulfillment while making a meaningful contribution to society.

Ronald McDonald House

The mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana is to provide the home and support that allows families to stay together while they focus on the healing of their sick children at a critical time.

Zoom Group

In 1952, concerned advocates for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities founded The Council on Developmental Disabilities. The Council, which still exists today, along with Seven County Services in 1986, established Louisville Diversified Services, known today as Zoom Group. Zoom Group was created to provide individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities opportunities to work and engage socially in their community.

Campbellsville University

Campbellsville University is a comprehensive, Christian institution that offers non-credit technical programs, along with certificates, associates, undergraduate and graduate programs. The university is dedicated to academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts that fosters personal growth, integrity and professional preparation within a caring environment. The university prepares students as Christian servant leaders for life-long learning, continued scholarship by linking discovery research to knowledge at the doctoral level, and active participation in a diverse, global society.



Bridgehaven provides the highest quality community based psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery services, education, and support to those living with mental illness. In 1955-56 The Louisville Section of the National Council of Jewish Women studied mental health needs in Kentucky. They identified a need for programs to help ease the transition from mental hospitals back to community participation. Bridgehaven was founded in 1958 as a result of this study, the first community program in Jefferson County, and only the third of its type nationally to serve people with psychiatric problems outside a hospital setting.

Sparc Hope




SPARC Hope serves single parents struggling to make ends meet and who are willing to make the extra effort to secure the future for themselves and their children. We are also a liaison between resources and services for single parents in our community. SPARC Hope is not welfare or charity, but rather a hand up. Our goal is to uplift the Spiritual, Physical and Emotional needs of single parents. We want to empower single parents to seek a better quality of life through pursuing higher education, allowing them to become self-supportive through a new career. We understand the road to the American Dream is often full of obstacles, ones we are willing to help tackle with our parents.  

Options for Individuals

Options for Individuals began providing services for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in 1984. When we began, we initially only provided traditional day services, however as the need for community inclusion services grew so did we. We now offer a wide range of services to meet the need of community support services for the population that we serve. We are a private, nonprofit agency.

National Sports Training Alliance

"National Sports Training Alliance (NSTA) is a national (501)(c) non -profit organization that assists adults and children of all ages that are at-risk, in low-income areas become positive, contributing, disciplined leaders through sports training and education"

Exodus Family Ministries

In the book of Exodus, God guided Moses to lead the Israelites out of Egypt, and into a better life. We feel we’ve been called to the similar mission of guide children from challenged home environments into a better life. That’s why we’ve created a place of hope that puts every child’s safety and well-being above all.

Jacob's Well

Jacob’s Well was created to be a resource and support for single women and their children who are looking for a fresh start – a place of healing and connection in a safe environment.

Through supportive transitional housing, enrichment courses, family advocacy, counseling, and youth development;  Jacob’s Well walks alongside low-income single-mom families, helping them to break harmful cycles and regain hope and a future.

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