Partners & Sponsors

Preservation Kentucky relies on the generosity of individuals, foundations, businesses and nonprofit partners to support the programs programs and activies we deliver to Kentucky.  We are grateful for their philanthropic spirit of giving to help us achieve our mission and deliver our services to individuals, nonprofits and communities throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Thank you for your support!

Member Partners

Members are an important part of our organization.  As a member of Preservation Kentucky, you join a special group of Kentuckians who understand that historic preservation is a collective cause with benefits for all, and want to share the diversity of our architectural and cultural heritage with others to help foster respect for our state heritage.  Members also help keep us informed on what’s happening in their communities and alert us to any issues or difficulties in their areas.

 

Memberships levels are structured to appeal a diverse group of participants and are renewed annually on the anniversary date of their donation.  Learn more about our membership opportunities here.

Community Partners

Local preservation organizations, municipalities and government agencies benefit from Preservation Kentucky’s statewide perspective and ability to bring other partners together to discuss shared issues, whether they are preservation hot-topics or more day-to-day organizational issues.  These partnerships are critical to our cause and collectively form a united voice for historic preservation.

 

Our nonprofit partners are our eyes and ears and essential to keeping us informed of issues and difficulties in their areas. Conversely, we help bring partners together to benefit from one another’s expertise and experiences – as well as the experts we bring to the state.  Our position as the nonprofit partner of the Kentucky Heritage Council (Cabinet of the Tourism, Arts & Heritage Cabinet), and the state representative and liaison for the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Preservation Action also helps us build awareness of issues impacting historic preservation nationwide.

Our Community Partners include:

Adair Heritage Association, Inc
Barboursville Main Street
Bardstown Main Street
Boyle Landmark Trust
City of Bellevue
City of Cadiz
City of Elizabethtown
City of Glasgow
City of Louisville
City of Maysville
Downtown Henderson Project
Downtown Morganfield
Downtown Somerset
Dry Stone Conservancy
East Row Historic Foundation
Elizabethtown Heritage Council
Friends of Bellevue KY, Inc.
Harrodsburg-Mercer County Tourism Commission
Historic Paris-Bourbon County
Hodgenville Main Street
Hopkinsville Carnegie Library
James Harrod Trust
Landmark Association of Bowling Green
London Downtown
Main Street Louisville
Marion Main Street
McDowell House Museum
Morehead Tomorrow
Murray Main Street
New Castle Main Street
Nicholasville Now
Olive Hill Historical Society
Perryville Main Street
Preservation Louisville
Shaker Museum at South Union
Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill
Southbank Partners
The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation
Tri-Cities Heritage
Trigg County Historical and Preservation Society
Waterfront Development Corporation
Williamsburg Main Street
Winchester Historic Preservation Commission

Sponsorship Partners

Corporations, small businesses, architectural firms, banks, tradesmen/women and other preservation related professionals and groups are essential to carrying out our mission of education, outreach and advocacy across the state.  These partners participate as event sponsors, special research and publication patrons, and in-kind donations that support a particular event, program or activity.

 

Our generous Sponsors include:

Ray Black and Sons
Tate Hill Jacobs Architects
K. Norman Berry Associates Architects
AU Associates
Brown-Forman Corporation
Peters Construction Co.
Lost Art Stone Masonry
Palmer Engineering
Jenny Boone Web Studio

Rochester-Miller Restoration 

VanHook Architectural Services

The Kentucky Heritage Council is a significant and important partner with Preservation Kentucky. The Heritage Council (Tourism, Arts & Heritage Cabinet) is the State Historic Preservation Office, the state government partner of the National Park Service. The Heritage Council co-sponsors many events and other activities with Preservation Kentucky, including conferences and educational publications such as the Rural Heritage Development Initiative Survey of Marion and Washington Counties.