Vision: Helping every individual experience life more abundantly.
Mission: Wesley House Community Services is a agency related to the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church. Our mission is to "help people help themselves."
How Long in Operation: Wesley House Community Services was founded in 1903 by the Women’s Board of City Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, of the City of Louisville.
Programs Offered:Wesley House’s programs are designed to meet the needs of the community served. These programs are Early Childhood Education, Youth and Family Services that include the Youth Brigade Arts Academy, Workforce Development/Computer Education, Volunteer Income Site, English as a Second Language, Spanish as a Second Language, International Works Program and Wesley Wear House.
Service Area: Wesley House Community Services serves the the Metro Louisville Community and targets, Lynnview, Okalona and Newburg. Historically Wesley House served the Butchertown and Phoenix Hill neighborhoods.
Staff: Wesley House Community Services employs 20- full-time and part-time staff. Volunteers are provided by community constituents that include Goodwill Industries. Urban League, and surrounding educational institutions.
President/CEO: Dr. Renée Campbell
Board Chair: Mr. Ray Hammock
Budget for 2015-2016: $351,404 Annually
Funding Sources: Wesley House is funded in part by Metro United Way, Metro Louisville, PNC- Bank, United Methodist churches, and the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church and Kosair Charities. Additional funding is generated from fund-raisers, church gifts, individual gifts, corporate gifts and grants.
Call Us: Your calls are welcomed. Call (502)968-8231 for additional information, and to find out how you can help Wesley House continue its mission of helping others in need.