The 11th Annual Lexington Clinic Foundation Golf Tournament to be held Monday, September 21

Join us for a day of fun and friendly competition at the 11th Annual Lexington Clinic Foundation Golf Tournament on Monday, September 21, 2015, at the University Club of Kentucky golf course. Enjoy an afternoon of golf, complete with various contests and prizes, concluding with an awards reception and ceremony. To register or for more information click here.

2015-2016 Community Grants Program 

Letter of Intent     
Lexington Clinic Foundation is now accepting proposals for our 2015-2016 grant cycle.  Please submit a two page (maximum) letter of intent summarizing your funding request.  You may also submit a one page budget summary, optional. Grant amounts are generally $3000.00 to $10,000.00 More information...

2015 Scholarship Applications are now closed.

Lexington Clinic Foundation Honors Former Lexington Clinic CFO, Randy LeMay

Randy LeMay honored by Lexington Clinic FoundationAs part of the annual National Philanthropists Day luncheon, hosted by the Bluegrass Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, the Lexington Clinic Foundation honored Mr. Randy Le May as the organization’s Philanthropist of the Year. The prestigious award was accepted by LeMay’s wife Cindy at the luncheon on Wednesday, November 19, 2014.

LeMay dedicated 24 years of service to Lexington Clinic until his death in 2012, at which time he held the position of Chief Financial Officer. During those years, he served not only as a professional mentor for many, but also on the Bluegrass Chapter of the American Red Cross Board as one of its past presidents, on the board of Hospice of the Bluegrass and was an active member of Quest Community Church.

As part of the celebration of his legacy, the Lexington Clinic Foundation has established a new scholarship in his name, which will continue LeMay’s commitment to helping others. Beginning in 2015, this scholarship will be for students pursuing a career in health administration, or a related field, at the Masters level and above, or for students pursuing professional development opportunities related to health administration.

Founded in 1959, Lexington Clinic Foundation is a non-profit organization that funds many important programs each year, giving hope to the people in our community by supporting medical education, research, and scholarships.

Lexington Clinic Foundation has been funding local organizations since 2009. In 2011, LCF granted funds to the following projects:

  • Baby Health Service is a pediatric health clinic that provides free medical care to children whose families are ineligible for a medical card, yet cannot afford health insurance.
  • Central Kentucky Radio Eye is a non-profit organization that provides radio reading service via a closed circuit radio system which broadcasts throughout Central Kentucky and is designed to fill an information void for blind and other disabled people.
  • Chrysalis House is Kentucky’s oldest and largest licensed substance abuse treatment program for women and their children.
  • ITN Bluegrass provides a community-based, community-supported, economically viable and consumer-oriented, quality transportation service for seniors and adults with visual impairment.
  • Kentucky Pink Connection is a program that serves breast cancer patients on a personal basis by reducing and/or eliminating barriers to screening, diagnosis, and treatment.
  • Lexington Hearing & Speech Center teaches children with hearing, speech and language impairments to listen and talk by providing them with high quality educational, therapeutic and family support services.
  • Lexington Rescue Mission works with the poor and homeless. In addition to providing hot meals, clothing, and financial assistance, the Rescue Mission provides free health care for the uninsured.
  • Liberty Place Recovery Center is a long-term substance abuse recovery program for women. This program provides support and hope for women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.
  • Mission Lexington is a free clinic serving uninsured working adults in Fayette County, whose earnings place them at or below the federal poverty level.
  • The Nest is a local, nonprofit organization that promotes healing, stability and well-being of children and families. Their holistic approach includes respite child care, parent education and support, domestic violence counseling and recovery, and crisis care services for fragile families.
  • Visually Impaired Preschool Services offers appropriate services to infants, toddlers, and preschoolers who are visually impaired or blind and to their families and maximizes each child's developmental potential through direct services, advocacy, and community education.
In addition to community projects, Lexington Clinic Foundation awarded 13 Fergus Hanson Memorial Scholarships in 2013 to Central and Eastern Kentucky students.

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