TWO VITAL PROJECTS NEED YOUR SUPPORT ON KENTUCKY GIVES DAY. WILL YOU JOIN WITH US?

SUPPORT SCHOLARSHIPS

More than 90% of children receive financial assistance to participate in our dyslexia summer program, after-school music and art programs, and weekly tutoring programs. The need for scholarship support for children is growing.

Gifts of any size will immediately be put to work providing new opportunities to learn an instrument, explore their creativity through fiber and visual arts, and educational support for children at-risk of reading failure. 

RESTORE THE James Still COTTAGE

The cottage of James Still, a man declared by many as the Dean of Appalachian Literature, is in dire need of refurbishment. The Settlement desires to preserve the legacy of this historic property, create a living library seeded with Mr. Still’s expansive book collection, and provide an inspirational haven for writers to reflect on and refine their works.

Once complete, writers will be able to reserve the use of Mr. Still’s former residence as a writer’s retreat, be it for a weekend or an extended period of time. In fact, donors contributing to the renovation may be eligible for a complimentary weekend stay in the cottage.

GIVE A GIFT, GET A GIFT!

As a small token of our appreciation for your support, we would like to send you a small gift from the Forks of Troublesome Creek!

  • $50+ receives a copy of our inaugural title from the Fireside Industries literary imprint, The Quare Women by Lucy Furman 
  • $100+ receives a Hindman Settlement School t-shirt
  • $200+ receives a weekend stay in the freshly renovated James Still House, an inspirational and rejuvenating writers retreat

TUNE IN & GIVE
DURING POWER HOUR!

We’re going live with interviews and special content during each of the Power Hours on our Facebook page. Give during these times to help us qualify for special cash bonuses! 

  • Early Bird: 10-11am
  • Happy Hour: 4-5pm
  • Night Owl: 9-10pm
All times Eastern.