Louisville, KY (March 18, 2013)—Nineteen Louisville-area non-profit organizations have been awarded free or discounted signage or services as part of SIGNARAMA Downtown’s seventh annual Signs of Support grant program. Nearly $10,000 has been awarded to the Signs of Support recipients for the replacement or creation of signage.
“We are amazed each year by the types of organizations that apply for Signs of Support,” said Maggie Harlow, owner of SIGNARAMA Downtown in Louisville, KY.
Maggie along with her husband, Brian Harlow, initiated Signs of Support in 2006 as a way to give back to those organizations that have the highest impact on the Louisville community and its culture.
“It is evident to us that these organizations work hard for the betterment of our community, and we love that. It’s very important for us and the community to support their efforts and help them succeed.”
Signs of Support 2013 recipients:
- ACLU of Kentucky
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of KYANA
- Cane Run Elementary School
- Dress for Success
- Flamenco Louisville
- Habitat Restore
- Hats for Hope
- Home of the Innocents
- Jefferson County Public Schools Crisis Intervention
- Jewish Hospital – Frazier Fall Festival featuring the Larosa Loop
- Louisville Urban League
- Rauch, Inc.
- St. Joseph Children’s Home
- The Boys & Girls Clubs
- The Healing Place
- The Mary Byron Project
- The Portland Promise Center
- Wayside Christian Mission
- Whitehall House & Gardens
SIGNARAMA Downtown hosted a reception for the Signs of Support 2013 recipients Friday, March 15 at their location at 909 E. Market Street.