“We partner with local charities to give back in our community.
With assistance from our community partners and dedicated patrons, we have raised over $175,000 in support of local non-profit organizations.
Second Annual Benefit for Guatemela, the money raised from this event was used to build a dental school in Zacapa, Guatemala.
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids is the nation’s leading industry-based, not-for-profit AIDS fundraising and grant making organization.
Benefit for the Family Scholar House, an organization dedicated to ending the cycle of poverty through education.
Kentucky Harvest is dedicated to ending hunger in Kentucky. Each March, Molly Malone’s conducts a canned food drive to benefit this organization. The individual donating the largest amount of canned goods at Molly Malone’s won the opportunity to ride on Molly Malone’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade Float.
Benefit for the Brain Injury Association of Kentucky, an organization that serves Kentucky citizens whose lives have been affected by brain injury. BIAK provides advocacy, education, prevention, research, service and support. This event raised over $600 and benefitted the Wounded Warrior Program.
Benefit for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. A fun-filled evening with friends, the event included raffles and door prizes and raised over $1,300!!!
Z Salon & Spa benefit. The “Save Water, Drink Beer” theme was a huge success with money and awareness raised for water conservation.
In honor of Veteran’s Day, Molly Malone’s is partnering with the Brain Injury Association of Kentucky to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Program.
Molly Malone’s and the Ancient Order of Hibernians host an Irish Christmas celebration each December. The event features live music, a bagpipe procession, Irish dancers, BBC Hibernian Red beer and more. The event is held the first Thursday in December and benefits Father Maloney’s Boys’ Haven, an organization dedicated to sheltering, healing, and teaching struggling youth to become productive members of society.
Molly Malone’s in St. Matthews hosted a Music Festival for Haiti raising money for the American Red Cross and it’s Haiti Relief Fund. Thank you to all who came out to support the event and to the five bands including Sunday Six, Speed Limit and many others who donated their time and talent.