- 60th Aniversary
- Frank Moore
- Whitley County
Relay for Life
- NKY HONK
A BIG THANKS to all who donated and raised money for Juvenile Diabetes. The Credit Union donated $1,994.68!
We have 3 more walks before we start focusing on 2015!
To help celebrate our 60th Anniversary, we recently gave back $60,000 to the community and YOU were a part of it!
The L&N staff selected a number of charitable organizations, within our 3 regional markets (Louisville Metro Area, Southeast KY, Northern KY), to participate in a social media giveback contest, facilitated through Facebook.
From June 9th – July 8th friends, supporters and staff of the chosen organizations had the opportunity to cast votes on who they thought should receive the funds. The charity with the most votes (one winner in each region) received a cash gift!
The cash gifts were awarded as follows:
Louisville Metro Area vote winner: Portland Christian - $32,500.00
Southeast KY area winner: Camp L.E.A.P - $22,500.00
Northern KY area winner: Hope Fund of Northern Kentucky Realtors - $5,000.00
Congratulations to Sarah Trabue and Brittany Pittman for winning this year’s two Frank Moore College Scholarships! Sarah was the winner from our Louisville/Northern Kentucky Region and Brittany from our Southeast Kentucky Region.
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Click Here for the 2014 Scholarship Winners.
A BIG THANKS to the members and employees of our Corbin and Williamsburg branches! They raised over $2200.00 this past weekend (6/13), for the Whitley County Relay for Life! Total amount raised for the event was $36,000!
These funds will help advance the American Cancer Society and their efforts in curing cancer.
Since 1991, Housing Opportunities of Northern Kentucky has helped members of the Northern Kentucky community to realize the American dream of homeownership by providing affordable housing solutions to deserving families and individuals, allowing them to reconstruct their lives by building their futures on a solid foundation of faith, education, and support.
Recently, L&N helped rehabilitate the inside and outside of the houses for very low, low and moderate income working families.
The team we were on was made up of Realtors, Title Companies, Mortgage People, Financial Institutions and some family members. Our team volunteered to help with this project.