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Marsha's Place volunteers

Ways to Partner with Marsha's Place

Because of you, children are given life, families are created, and hearts are healed


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Marsha's Place is a 501-c3 faith-based non-profit in the state of Kentucky. The majority of our funding comes from financial partnerships of individuals, churches, and businesses in our community. This also includes in-kind gifts, such as donated services (plumbing, AC, cleaning, etc.).

We have the goal of receiving 1,000 partnership equivalents of $50.00/month in order to keep our operations up and increase our services. 100% of donations are tax-deductible. Would you consider becoming one of our monthly partners? 


There are many different ways you can get involved at Marsha's Place, and it truly does take people serving at each level for us to serve our clients well! Some of our opportunities include:

  • Join our Prayer Team

  • Become a Mentor (for moms or dads)

  • Provide Childcare during an in-person class

  • Provide a meal for an evening class


If you don't have time to volunteer on a weekly basis inside the center, there are other opportunities such as church liaisons, special projects and more. Contact us to learn more. Together we can build a culture of life in Kentucky!


We accept a variety of new and gently used items to help stock our Baby Boutique. To view our full wishlist, click here. Some items we accept include:

  • Maternity and Infant clothing (Preemie-2T) - no holes or stains

  • Diapers (size Newborn - 7)

  • Infant Hygiene Products (soap, lotion, powder, etc)

  • Formula

  • Stage 1 and 2 baby food

Items we do not accept include:

  • Beds/Bassinets

  • Used Car Seats

  • Toys

  • Used breast pumps

  • Heavily used clothing

If you are unsure about a donation, please call the center and we will be happy to assist.

volunteers holding a box of donations
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