exists to nourish communities by growing, cooking, sharing and recycling food. They are dedicated to improving healthy food access by maintaining community gardens where produce is shared with neighbors. Many of our Lexington neighbors live in food deserts where access to healthy food and transportation do not exist. This situation increases the risk for diabetes, obesity, malnutrition, and other chronic health problems.
Catholic Action Center
provides a friendly place for the marginalized in the community to receive their basic needs with dignity. Services include three meals per day, showers, restrooms, mail receipts, a telephone, clean clothing, and more.
International Book Project
promotes education and literacy by sending more than 300,000 books to schools, libraries, churches, and Peace Corps volunteers throughout the developing world and the United States.