GREENBOX GIVES 20192020-01-07T19:03:28+00:00


GreenBox is a people-centric company focused on giving back to the community and helping empower individuals to make a difference not only in their own lives but in the lives of those around them. With this goal in mind we developed GreenBox Gives and 12 Months of Giving. With 12 Months of Giving we choose a local non-profit whose mission helps empower individuals in our community. We feature one of these non-profits each month through our website and local television. Our goal is to raise awareness for these wonderful organizations that are doing so much to improve the lives of people in our community. If you have any questions about GreenBox Gives or are a local business looking for advise on how to start your own give back program, just drop us a line at

Nominations for GreenBox Gives 2020 are now open. Fill out the form below to nominate your favorite non-profit.


    Lighthouse Ministries

    Feeding the hungry, helping the hurting, and directing the lost

    Lighthouse Ministries physically, nutritionally, and spiritually serves the homeless and low income members of our community ​through three mission-centric ministries: Dining with Dignity, Michael’s Feet, and Self-Care. Learn more at

    Lexington Hearing & Speech

    Providing early education, pediatric speech services and hearing health care for all ages

    Lexington Hearing & Speech Center (LHSC) is a private, nonprofit agency with over 50 years of experience working with children with hearing loss and/or speech/language impairments. The Center began in 1960 as a preschool for children with hearing loss. From this, LHSC has grown into an established community agency that provides services for children and their parents from infancy to age 18, as well as for adults, within three areas: the education programs of the Early Learning Center, the Audiology Clinic and the Speech-Language Pathology Clinic. Learn more at

    Dress for Success

    Empowering women to achieve economic independence

    Dress for Success Lexington was founded in 2013. We are an independent volunteer-driven non-profit organization committed to fulfilling our mission to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Learn more at

    DV8 Kitchen

    Life Changing Food

    DV8 Kitchen knows the power of second chances. DV8 hires those in the early stages of drug and alcohol addiction recovery who are ready to make a change in their life. This hiring practice has proven to help people “deviate” from a life of addiction to a life of recovery. Learn more at

    BIA Cares

    The non profit arm of the Building Industry Association of Central KY

    BIA Cares works to build a better future through active participation in community service projects that support and promote the physical, emotional, and social well-being of Kentucky families To learn more about BIA Cares visit

    Natalie’s Sisters

    Offering hope, support, and unconditional love to sexually exploited women

    In 2016, Natalie’s Sisters became a nonprofit organization and now partners with numerous churches and organizations to reach at-risk women. The faithfulness of hundreds of team members creates life change opportunities by extending hope, support, and God’s unconditional love. To learn more about Natalie’s Sisters visit


    Dance classes for people of all ages who have special needs

    A Chance to Dance is a Lexington non-profit organization that offers free dance classes to students of all ages with various special needs!

    To learn more about providing free dance opportunities for special needs students, visit


    Creating show-stopping cakes for special kids on their birthday

    Sweet Blessings creates custom birthday cakes for Central Kentucky children who live in poverty, have a chronic illness, or have special needs.

    To volunteer or get involved in making special kids feel special on their big day, visit


    Christ-Centered Daytime Homeless Shelter

    New Life Day Center has grown from a connecting point and safe refuge for homeless, to now offering programs such as the “End Panhandling Now Van”, a weekly medical clinic, and a very successful Rental Deposit Assistance program. As the only downtown daytime shelter, NLDC serves nearly 150 homeless individuals per day and has over 4,100 registered homeless in our 7 year history.

    To find out how you can volunteer or get connected with New Life Day Center, visit


    Healing & Empowering Young Single Moms

    Step by Step’s mission is to improve the lives of young single mothers between the ages of 14 and 24 and their children through mentoring, support groups, and emergency service referrals.

    To find out how you can volunteer or get connected with Step by Step, check out


    Helping Men in Central Kentucky Overcome Addiction

    The Revive Life House provides Christ-centered, evidence based, holistic, long term treatment for men battling with substance abuse. They have treatment homes located in both Nicholasville and Lexington, KY.

    To find out how you can volunteer or get connected with The Revive Life House, visit

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