Empower Youth 4H Club


We are pleased to announce the launch of our first Empower Youth 4H Club. We have long been impressed by the leadership, public speaking, and every day life skills that 4H offers for students. These characteristics completely line up with the vision we have for all students. The program is designed to encourage students to … Continue reading Empower Youth 4H Club

We found gold!


Well I guess you all have heard by now that we received this sweet little piece of property from Community Savings Bank. It’s beautiful. There are four building and a home on the land. The property goes on back about 15 acres to a gorgeous tree line and an awesome creek. Who would’ve thought that … Continue reading We found gold!

Game-Changer!


I don’t think I will ever forget the morning we sat across from John Essen, President of Community Savings Bank. To be honest, I thought he was going to be telling us about a great new bank product for non-profits. He talked about a piece of property and asked if we were interested in it. … Continue reading Game-Changer!

Year End Giving Benefits All of Us!


Donate NOW! We need you! The end of the year… How did your year go? Empower Youth found ourselves in the middle of a whirlwind of activity that could not have happened without your help. Some of the thing we were able to accomplish through donations of time and finances are: We brought a community … Continue reading Year End Giving Benefits All of Us!

Tonight we saw…


Come with me to an Empower Youth picnic and see what we see… Tonight we saw new faces… they were enjoying the food, the music, and just being away from the house enjoying the neighbors.   Tonight, we saw a grandpa, giving his granddaughter some advice… we weren’t close enough to listen in but that … Continue reading Tonight we saw…

It was so good to see you!


A note from our Executive Director, Lori Conley: Back in the 70s, I lived in Western KY and one of my morning TV shows was The Peggy Mitchell Show out of Evansville IN. I really loved that show. She would use puppets and music to connect with her audience. It was a simple kid show … Continue reading It was so good to see you!