We are so excited to announce our featured speaker, Jennifer Maggio for our Don & Mira Ball Education Builds Hope Luncheon!! Mark your calendar for Thursday, May 18, 12:15pm, at The Carrick House.
You do not want to miss inspiration from our parent-scholars sharing their stories, as well as Jennifer's amazing journey overcoming homelessness as a teen, single parent to becoming the CEO and founder of The Life of a Single Mom, a global nonprofit serving single mothers.
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Kentucky residents with certain nonviolent felony convictions may be eligible to have their criminal record cleared. Learn more about the process at tonight's free information session or contact Jubilee Jobs of Lexington.
From Chief Barnard: “We know that people with steady jobs are less likely to commit crimes. Individuals who are eligible for expungement have done what they’re supposed to do in order to overcome a past criminal mistake, and that mistake should not continue to hurt them in a job search."
You have one more week to "round-up" at checkout for this month's Give Where You Live partner, Hope Center. Your donations will help them care for homeless and at-risk persons by providing life-sustaining and life-rebuilding services. Learn more at www.hopectr.org
Are your past mistakes holding you back from better employment opportunities? Have you rebuilt your life, but your record is a barrier to moving forward even further? THIS IS YOUR CHANCE for more positive change in your life! You are invited to a FREE EXPUNGEMENT INFORMATION SESSION on February 21. You will meet with volunteer attorneys to determine if you qualify for expungement. If you do, help with fees and services will all be available. Don’t miss this event on February 21 at 6 p.m. at the Lyric Theater & Cultural Arts Center! (Please spread the word!)