Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) has announced it has committed a $25,000 donation to Orphan Care Alliance (OCA), a nonprofit serving some of Kentucky’s and Southern Indiana’s most vulnerable children and families in the foster care and adoptive communities. First Lady Glenna Bevin joined CDI in Harrodsburg Saturday during the presentation at OCA’s Fall Festival for adoptive and foster families.
“Churchill Downs upholds a strong tradition of corporate social responsibility and is committed to being a good community partner in Louisville and throughout the Commonwealth. We are grateful for the opportunity to support an organization like Orphan Care Alliance that is making such a significant impact in the lives of children and families across Kentucky,” said Bill Carstanjen, CEO of Churchill Downs Incorporated.
…Churchill Downs Incorporated is committed to positively impacting the many communities in which it operates. CDI’s annual corporate giving provides millions of dollars in financial and in-kind contributions to nonprofit entities that assist equine industry-related initiatives, public health and welfare programs and meaningful opportunities in the areas of art and education.
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