Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road partners with Horizon Community Funds for new fund

Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road (GSKWR) has established a fund partnership with Horizon Community Funds.

This fund will support GSKWR’s work in leadership development for Kentucky girls.

“The strength of the Girl Scouts of Kentucky and their impact on Kentucky girls, the meaningful ways they advocate for community engagement and create economic impact are invaluable,” said Nancy Grayson, president and CEO of Horizon. Community Funds. “Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road encourages Kentucky girls to become strong, confident female leaders and we look forward to playing a part in their positive influence.”

Susan Douglas, Girl Scouts of Wilderness Road

The mission of the Girl Scouts is to develop courageous, confident and strong-willed girls who make the world a better place. They are the leading leadership development organization for girls. With programs for girls from coast to coast and around the world, Girl Scouts gives every girl a chance to do something amazing. GSKWR is one of 112 Girl Scout councils nationwide and serves 66 counties in Kentucky and one county in Ohio with regional offices and headquarters in Lexington.

“Partnering with Horizon Funds on our endowment will help us increase our reach to girls in Northern Kentucky. Investing in our daughters will yield the greatest return in economic development, social progress and public health – improving the fabric of our society as a whole,” said Susan Douglas, CEO of GSKWR.

Fund partnerships with Horizon Community Funds offer donors a flexible way to support their favorite nonprofit or charity. Donors can make an endowed gift to support the mission of the nonprofit for generations to come or can choose to make an unendowed gift that provides funding for needs as they arise in northern Kentucky. Horizon Community Funds offers donors and fundholders a deep connection to Northern Kentucky, including its nonprofits and needs.

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