HighPoint’s First Ever Back to School Party!

Every year, HighPoint collects school supplies for local families in need.  This year, however, we took things a step further and hosted a Back To School Party for community members, giving out supplies and providing fun activities for children! Supply donations were from local churches, individuals, and the Medicare Testing Team at Humana.  These donated supplies helped prepare local families …

Heart of Service: Girl Scout Troop #1416

Once a quarter, local girl scout troop #1416 comes to HighPoint and helps at the Food Pantry.  These girls are already serving in their communities, truly proving that age is no inhibitor to making a difference. While at HighPoint, troop #1416 helped out in the food pantry, assisting clients and making non-perishable food boxes. HighPoint thanks Girl Scout troop #1416 …

Summer spruce-up: Thank you volunteers!

Over the summer, there were multiple volunteer groups that helped spruce up HighPoint.  HighPoint is thankful for their hard work in helping the building look better.  God has made a beautiful world, and it is our job to be good stewards of the beauty God has put in our lives. Grant and Joyce Abbott helped add to this beauty by …

Support our mission: Become a HighPoint Builder

HighPoint is a nonprofit organization, which means that, to continue our ministry to local families in need, we are dependent on donors: businesses, churches, organizations, and individuals who believe in what we are doing. People who are committed to contributing monthly are called HighPoint Builders, and they are what keeps HighPoint running.  HighPoint does not have one main investor.  We …

ESL Classes for HighPoint Clients

HighPoint is partnering with JCTC’s Skills U program to offer ESL classes to our clients.  The Jefferson Community & Technical College Skills U program empowers adults with the education they need to gain employment.  These classes will help HighPoint’s clients who are non-native speakers gain a better understanding of the English language.  This will allow HighPoint to serve them better …

“To help those less fortunate and share God’s love and hope.”

Our mission to reach families in need cannot be accomplished without dedicated volunteers. Ingrid and Tom Morriston are shining examples of what it means to serve. Ingrid Morriston has been serving at HighPoint for twelve years, since she heard about it though her church. Ingrid has been a blessing to so many clients and volunteers with her work in the …

Local Retreat Center Sends Campers to Serve

Kavanaugh is a conference and retreat center in Crestwood.  Over the summer, they have sent multiple groups to help serve at HighPoint.  These groups helped with a variety of projects.  They cleaned, served in the food pantry and clothes closet, and helped make non-perishable food boxes.  These groups came from churches all over the state. Kavanaugh makes a difference in …

Support HighPoint, Shop our Booth at TraderBakers

When you shop from booth 424 at TraderBakers Flea Market, you are supporting local families in need.  All purchases made from this booth help fund HighPoint’s ministry to low-income families. You can also partner with HighPoint by donating items to be sold in our booth! Donate household items, collectibles and antiques.  Donations for the booth can be made at HighPoint …

HighPoint thanks The Rawlings Company for Continued Support!

Recently, a group from the Rawlings company came and did some valuable work at HighPoint.  This is the second time that Rawlings has sent a team, and HighPoint is grateful for their continued contribution to the community. The team from Rawlings was incredibly helpful at HighPoint.  They painted, worked in the clothes closet, converted a room into a classroom, and …

Kentucky Youth Career Center Serves at HighPoint

Recently, the Kentucky Youth Career Center came and helped out with various projects at HighPoint.  The KYCC is an organization that provides education and career opportunities, as well as job-search assistance for people aged 18-24.    While at HighPoint, the KYCC helped in unloading and serving in the pantry, relocating winter clothes into the new storage unit, and serving in the clothes closet.  We look forward to …