What Our Funds Support
Holiday house began in 1960. Since that date many thousands of dollars have been raised and donated to local worthy causes including the YMCA, Civic Center, new Lexington Memorial Hospital, Davidson County Library, Davidson medical ministries, the Domestic violence project which merged with youth and family services to become family services. It is estimated that the league has raised and giving back to the community conservatively around $800,000 in addition to countless volunteer hours. As other agencies were founded to answer needs in the community, the Charity league responded to the call for help. Members became heavily involved with the start up of Davidson medical ministries through strong financial support and corps of volunteers. A scholarship or send out a Davidson County community college. Significant contributions were made to Habitat, Ecumenical Ministries; and Contact. Support continued for the YMCA, family services, Lexington Memorial Hospital, project potential, salvation army boys and girls clubs afterschool program care program, & Grace arts academy for city and county students, and books, clothes, closets and I exams for students in Lexington city schools, assisted with and provided Christmas gifts for foster children, American children's home, and provided free of charge our signature Charity league play to students of local elementary schools.