FIT is an orientation for all clients participating in Homeownership Counseling Services. FIT is a comprehensive, classroom-based, consumer education curriculum that will provide you with the building blocks needed for
FIT is an orientation for all clients participating in Homeownership Counseling Services. FIT is a comprehensive, classroom-based, consumer education curriculum that will provide you with the building blocks needed for sound financial management! Clients wishing to enroll should contact Louisville Urban League’s Center for Housing and Financial Empowerment at (502)566-3362.
Thursday, May 31st, 2018 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm
The Olmsted – 3701 Frankfort Avenue
Keynote Speaker: Richard Rothstein, author “Color of Law”
Richard Rothstein is the author of “Color of Law”, “… the most forceful argument ever published on how federal, state and local governments gave rise to and reinforced neighborhood segregation”, William Julius Wilson. Rothstein was the education reporter for the “New York Times”, so we asked him to speak on housing policy and education.
Guest of Honor: Jim Wayne, Kentucky Representative
Kentucky Representative Jim Wayne is retiring after representing District 35 since 1990. Jim is a tireless advocate for affordable housing; he shepherded through the enabling and the permanent funding legislation for the state Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
Individual tickets: $80 per person
Dinner will be served & a Cash Bar will be available
Variety of sponsorship opportunities are available.
Contact MHC regarding scholarship tickets.
Tickets may be purchased online on the Donation page of our Website or by mailing a check to MHC at PO Box 4533 Louisville, KY 40204. Please include names of all attendees & number of vegan meals needed.
For tickets purchased online:
1) Visit: https://app.etapestry.com/hosted/MetropolitanHousingCoalition/OnlineDonation.html
2) Enter the total amount for all tickets you would like to buy.
3) Include the following information in the “Comments” box: 2018 Annual Meeting Tickets, names of all attendees (if known), and how many vegetarian/vegan meals required. If you cannot attend, but wish to donate ticket(s) as sponsorships for low-income attendees, please type “Annual Meeting Ticket Donation” in the “Comments” box.
For more information regarding sponsorships or any other questions, Please contact Tony Curtis, at [email protected]rg or at (502) 584-6858.