WR Realtors supports many charitable organizations in the Louisville and surrounding areas. We have donated our time and talent to making a difference in our community. Click on the adjoining links to find out more.
Provides crisis housing for those with immediate need. Homes and apartments are updated and made ready for transitional housing.
Provides the highest quality community-based psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery services without regard to ability to pay for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. We enhance the lives of Bridgehaven members by encouraging them to achieve the skills to live, learn, work and socialize in their chosen environment. Bridgehaven is considered a 501(c)(3) organization by the IRS, and your donations are tax deductible. If you would like more information about making a contribution, contact Donna Schuster, our Development Director, at bridgehaven.org
Community relations task force for Trinity High School
Trinity first opened its doors in 1953, when Archbishop John Floersh anticipated the growth of Louisville's eastern suburbs by choosing the site of HolyTrinitySchool, a former Catholic church and grade school in St. Matthews. With the Catholic tradition of teaching and learning firmly embedded in the buildings that became Trinity, the school is now more like a small college campus with more than 1,400 students.
Provides clothes and food for the homeless, but helps those folks with alcohol and drug dependency, as well as the chronically mentally ill. There are three dormitories on the campus that houses those in transition, provide housing for the mentally ill, and there are job and mental health counselors. They are dedicated to ending homelessness and in fact their slogan is "Ending homelessness, one person at a time."
Located in historic downtown Frankfort on the banks of the Kentucky River, Liberty Hall Historic Site was the home of one of Kentucky's most interesting families. The site contains two houses: Liberty Hall (c. 1796) built by John Brown, one of Kentucky's first United States Senator and the Orlando Brown House (c. 1835), designed by Gideon Shryock, 19th century Kentucky architect, and owned by Senator Brown's second son.
A non-profit, Christian organization that exists to empower families and children to be self-sufficient by helping them maximize their spiritual, social, emotional, physical, moral, economic and educational potential. For over 93 years, The Cabbage Patch Settlement House has helped Louisville's disadvantaged children and youths eliminate the boundaries of poverty and ease the trials of growing up in the inner city. We have always been dedicated to the empowerment of families and children, so they can be self-sufficient and successful as they grow and develop. With your help, the lives of 2,500 at-risk children and families are being profoundly changed. The Cabbage Patch is helping to illuminate hope for a promising and secure future.