A SECOND CHANCE IS A HUMAN RIGHT . . .
New Legacy’s mission is to provide long-term residential housing, vocational education, spiritual enrichment, entrepreneurship guidance and basic life skills to former felon’s; which equips and empowers them to become better parents, spouses and citizens.
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Millions of people just like you have found meaningful ways to give back to their communities. We truly believe that if you are passionate you can make a difference. Feed that passion to help yourself and those around you.
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Your donation helps empower lives by giving them a second chance. Your donation help nurture success and spread change.
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New Legacy’s Residential Community is crafted to combat recidivism. We provide a safe housing program with people who really care about the residents of our community. Regardless of their past crimes our goal is to make a difference today and keep these citizens from returning to incarceration and to reconnect them to the community.
This proposal is for an innovative project to redeem communities and ex-offenders using new and innovative funding strategies, making both groups more socially valuable and economically productive for the long-term. This one year plan involves a one time $500,000.00 investment to rehab 10 abandoned and condemned houses in West Louisville neighborhoods and The Jeremiah Center, a multipurpose community facility which will operate as a hub/venue for entrepreneurship and small business management.
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