Maryhurst is a behavioral health services organization which provides therapy and treatment for adolescent girls from across the Commonwealth of Kentucky who have been severely traumatized by abuse and neglect. The main campus located in Louisville’s east end spans 14 acres. Although a residential campus with cottages, school, wellness center and administrative buildings, the campus has a park-like setting and provides a “homey” environment for the girls in our care.
We have just learned that the trees on our campus are infected with the Emerald Ash Borer beetle. Maryhurst is now struggling to cover the $10,000 cost which will rid the campus of the infestation. As a non-profit organization, we must raise $2 million each year just to cover our programming needs and provide necessary services to the girls in our care. It is difficult for us to make the Emerald Ash Borer beetle infestation a priority and find the funds to treat this issue. So, we are asking for your help in raising the $10,000 we need to protect our Ash trees.