Rosewater Bookstore and Many More Non-Profits in Kentucky.

Rosewater Bookstore and Many More Non-Profits in Kentucky.

The Rosewater is a non-profit bookstore run by the South Louisville Community Ministries.  Their mission is to create a loving community through reading.  When you buy a book, the proceeds go towards helping those with food and housing insecurity.

The Rosewater isn’t the only non-profit organization that aims to help the Louisville community.  There is a variety of businesses in Louisville, Kentucky that aim to serve others through their works.

The Table Café

The Table is a local non-profit that strives to provide delicious fresh food at affordable prices to the community of Louisville.  A handful of reviews on Google express the welcoming atmosphere and beautiful community its located in.  If you are interested helping those with food insecurity you can pay for future customers meals and volunteer.

Story continues below advertisement

Neighborhood House

The Neighborhood House was established in 1896 and over 100 years later it continues to help kids and teens across Louisville.  Their services offer all-day childcare and meals.  Every month they hold inclusive events like dances, trips across Louisville, and visits to senior citizens.  They are known for bringing a smile to people of all ages in the community.


The Trager Family Jewish Community Center or JCC is a non-profit that offers countless amenities for Louisville residents.  They offer free physical therapy, gym access, and an assortment of classes to all their members.  Their goals are to foster a community built on spiritual and physical wellness.  They not only look for volunteers but also offer well-paying jobs for teens and adults.

Lucky Cat Café

Lucky Cat Café is the only nonprofit cat cafe in Kentucky and one of the few in the nation. It is operated by a team of 45 dedicated volunteers, who take care of the cats, answer visitors’ questions and collaborate with 4 local rescue organizations providing cats and kittens for adoption. Guests can come to play, hang out and pet over a dozen adoptable cats and kittens, many of whom are adults, seniors or disabled. Their mission is to “help reduce overcrowding in local shelters by providing a peaceful, temporary home for homeless cats until they are adopted.”

Leave a Comment
Donate to AHS Rocket Launch

Your donation will support the student journalists of Assumption High School. Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment and cover our annual website hosting costs.

More to Discover
Donate to AHS Rocket Launch

Comments (0)

All AHS Rocket Launch Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *