Welcome to CARE Kentucky!
Meet our Chapter Coordinators
Attorney at Frost Brown Todd
Executive Director at KY Bar Foundation and KY IOLTA Fund
CARE stands for Credit Abuse Resistance Education. CARE is a national non-profit comprised of professionals in bankruptcy, financial services, and business. We volunteer our time to educate young adults and others about the benefits of personal financial management and the consequences of credit abuse. Borrowing from our professional experiences, we tell true stories about financial distress and the impact it can have on one’s life.
- "I learned about CARE when I went to see a presentation made by Judge Ninfo at Lafayette High School when this all got started in Kentucky. We were asked by the Bar Foundation to form a group of attorneys to go out to our local schools to give this presentation. One takeaway I want students to learn from a CARE presentation is how to not to fall into the trap of getting over their head in debt before they really start their lives and have to spend most of their early adult life trying to dig their way out." -Virginia Baird, CARE Kentucky Volunteer
Interested in having a CARE presenter visit your school or speak with your youth group?
Learn more about volunteering with CARE Kentucky
Are you interested in volunteering with our chapter and want to know more about what is involved? Each month, CARE National hosts two volunteer information sessions for individuals who are interested in learning more about CARE’s mission.
If you are interested in signing up, FILL OUT THIS FORM. You will be sent the Zoom registration links after filling out the form.
After you attend one of CARE’s volunteer information sessions, you will be connected with our chapter coordinators who can give you more information about how to get involved with the CARE Kentucky chapter.
If you have any questions, click here to contact our chapter.