Over the last few years, our members have given approximately $250,000 to local charitable organizations. Additionally, we fund an annual WKU Scholarship to a deserving student. Our members are involved in the community and will continue to work together to build a better, stronger community for the health and safety of our families.
Members of the Builders Association of South Central Kentucky contribute time, knowledge, expertise and money to their community. Here are a few contributions:
- American Cancer Society: $2,250
- American Legion: $1,500
- Arlo Richardson Scholarship Fund: $3,815
- Barren River Child Advocacy: $1,050
- Barren River Area Safe Space: $1,000
- BG/Warren County Humane Society: $1,050
- Big Brothers Big Sisters: $2,800
- Bowling Green Christian Academy: $10,343
- Boys & Girls Club of BG: $3,800
- Boys & Girls Club/Nat’s Bikes for Kids: $2,500
- Boys & Girls Club of Franklin: $350
- Broadway United Methodist Church Youth Room: $3,000
- Bush-Clinton Foundation for Victims of Katrina: $5,700
- Capitol Arts: $10,000
- CASA—Court Appointed Special Advocate: $11,550
- Chamber of Commerce Foundation: $1,350
- Center for Courageous Kids: $250
- Clinical Education Complex at WKU: $20,000
- College Heights Foundation: $1325
- Day for Danny: $200
- Dream Factory: $10,000
- Family Enrichment Center: $25,800
- Foundation Christian Academy: $2,350
- Fraternal Order of Police: $500
- Gary Raymer Scholarship Fund: $12,000
- Greenwood High School Soccer Field: $10,000
- Habitat for Humanity: $6,835
- Haven 4 Change: $15,000
- Junior Achievement: $14,565
- Juvenile Diabetes: $14,375
- Lions Club: $75
- Realtor Hope for Homeless: $250
- Safety City Program: $10,500
- Salvation Army: $10,100
- Soap Box Derby: $250
- Special Olympics: $260
- Warren East Lady Raiders: $7,575
- Wrote Foundation/Housing Authority: $300
- YMCA: $10,000
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By joining the local, you are automatically a member of the state and national associations making you a part of over 197,000 member companies who collectively employ over eight million Americans. Together, we are building a better community.
Receive education from a certified graduate builder & remodeler, and a certified aging-in-place specialist; as well as lead RRP certified, code updates, certified green professional & many more.
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