Taking care of our community

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Community First

For us, giving back is core to our culture. We’re guided by our unwavering commitment to support the members of our community and strive to have a positive impact where we live and work. 

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Community Programs

We want a better shared future for our community and believe one of our most important responsibilities is supporting the people we serve. We’re proud to offer a mall walking program and work together with the following partners to benefit our local community:

  • Feeding America
  • American Red Cross
  • Autism Speaks

 

 

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The Power of Together

Never underestimate the power of community. By supporting one another, we keep our community thriving. Oxmoor Center, together with its tenants, contractors, and vendors, employ nearly 1,350 people from our community. The center also provides support to our schools, local municipalities, county, and state through combined payroll, sales, utility and real estate tax contributions annually of nearly $20.8M.

 

 

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Local Love

We’re more than a shopping center to our locals, we are the heartbeat of our hometown. Our local neighborhoods have been, and will continue to be, our focus. Here's what we’re doing to help our community.

  • Donating meals from restaurant tenants to healthcare workers at U of L Peace Hospital and two Trilogy Health Services campuses.
  • Hosting a Twisted Good Happy Hour and Fashion Show to benefit Twisted Pink, a locally-founded organization, with a mission to extend lives and improve quality of life for late stage breast cancer patients and their families by funding metastatic (stage IV) breast cancer research. Survivors were invited to participate in a photo shoot for the centerfold of the Today's Woman magazine.  
  • Providing on-site space for Twisted Pink and the United Breast Cancer Foundation (UBCF) to distribute of nearly 400 Tempur-Pedic mattresses to Louisville area breast cancer survivors. 
  • Supporting Family Scholar House initiatives, including the annual Wine Women & Shoes fundraiser and clothing drives, to help end the cycle of poverty and empower families and youth to succeed in education and achieve life-long self-sufficiency. 
  • Hosted an International Women's Day event featuring women-owned and lead businesses and non-profit organizations, including Her Best Foot Forward, Scarlet's Bakery, and Sohza Sister, all of which empower women by providing jobs either locally and internationally.   

 

 

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In This Together
 

We are here to help nonprofit organizations make a difference in our communities. Parking lot or other space for donations, medical care, social outreach, and more – let us know how we can be of help.
 

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