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About Good News Homes

Good News Homes was established in 2001 by Good News Shelter Corporation, a not-for-profit charitable organization created in 1998 by the local Southern Baptist District Organization (now known as the Oldham-Trimble Baptist Association).  Both apartment buildings were constructed with the help of approximately 80 members of the Baptist Builders, a group of volunteers from Oldham, Trimble, and surrounding counties.  Funding for construction and administration of the program has come from Kentucky Housing Corporation grants, HUD funding, and contributions from the Mahan Foundation, the Peyton Samuel Head Family Trust, the Metro United Way, the Wilborn Foundation, LaGrange Rotary Club, Ohio Valley United Charities, Zoeller Company, and many local churches, businesses, and individuals.

TESTIMONIALS

When we first moved into RoseHaven, I was terrified and felt hopeless and alone.  In the years I have lived here I have had more love and compassion shown to… Read more “My Dear “family” at Good News,”

Carrie, Emily, and Abigail

I, Casie Webster, have lived in Good News Shelter for two years and two months with my daughter, Taylor Sparrow. My time is coming to an end soon. I have… Read more “A step forward..”

Casie Webster and Taylor Sparrow

“A lifesaver.”

A homeless single mother recovering from domestic violence

“A fresh start.”

A homeless family going through bankruptcy

“A healing place.”

A homeless single mother recovering from a serious illness

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