Serve Kentucky, formerly the Kentucky Commission on Community Volunteerism and Service, is a state service commission. In addition to overseeing the annual grant competition that awards funding to AmeriCorps state and other community service programs, state service commissions determine social needs in their states, set policy and program priorities, provide training and assistance, support national days of service and promote service and volunteering.
Serve Kentucky was created in 1994 to serve as a conduit for federal funds that support AmeriCorps programs in the commonwealth, encourage and recognize volunteerism and assist in service program development. The commission is a statewide, bipartisan group of up to 25 members, appointed by the governor, with diverse service and volunteerism backgrounds.
Serve Kentucky funding is provided by the federal AmeriCorps agency and the Kentucky General Assembly. The Cabinet for Health and Family Services is the parent agency for the commission, providing administrative support and oversight.
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To engage Kentuckians in volunteerism and service to positively impact our communities.