2023 Reproductive Freedom Project Benefit

October 27, 2023 @ 5:00 pm 7:00 pm

2023 Reproductive Freedom Project Benefit

Join us as we gather with our partners, volunteers, and donors who tirelessly defend Kentuckians' right to reproductive freedom.

Please fill out a separate registration for each attendee.


Sponsor the 2023 RFP Benefit!


Sponsorships start at $500. All sponsors submitted by 5PM ET, Wednesday, October 25, will be listed on this webpage and at the event, unless we are instructed otherwise.

Location: Speed Art Museum, 2035 S 3rd St, Louisville, KY 40208

Event Time: 5:00pmEST

Parking: Parking is available in the two nearby University of Louisville lots, as well as metered street parking.

Pandemic Safety: Masking is recommended when not eating or drinking. This event will be held in an indoor/outdoor space with plenty of fresh air, space, and outdoor seating. The program portion of the event will be livestreamed and recorded for those unable to gather in person for health and safety reasons. Masks and PPE will be available at the check in table. 

Support Reproductive Freedom in Kentucky

The Reproductive Freedom Project was launched in 1989 to defend and expand access to reproductive freedom in Kentucky. With the fall of Roe and Casey, this work is central to restoring bodily autonomy and preserving our democracy.

We need your support now, more than ever. Click below to support the Reproductive Freedom Project with a tax-deductible gift. 

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We are building a coalition of engaged Kentuckians fighting in court to protect abortion access, crafting legislation to reduce racial disparities in maternal health, and more. All Kentuckians deserve the legal rights and equitable access to resources to make the best decisions for themselves, whether that means accessing abortion care, seeking adoption, or giving birth.

We'll never stop fighting for Kentuckians' rights to make choices about their own bodies. Visit this page for more information about how we've continued to fight for reproductive freedom in the commonwealth. 

Thank you to last year's sponsors:


A. Holly Houston 

Ann-Lynn Ellerkamp 

Caroline & Tim Heine 

Carrie Rankin 

Cathy Ford & Everett Hoffman 

Corey Shapiro 

Courtney Bennett Craig Henry PLC Curtis Stauffer & Rachel Cutler

Darrell & Nancy Shelton 

David & Kathleen Buechler 

David Tachau & Susannah Woodcock
Dominique Olbert

Dona Wells 

Dr. Ernest & Ona Marshall 
Dr. Karen Berg

Dr. Kenneth & Shelly Zegart

Dr. Kimberly Boland & Conor O'Driscoll

Dr. Nancy Martin & Dr. Fred Hendler

Dr. Resad & Djenita Pasic 

Edwin & Marcia Segal 
Forrest Roberts & Allen Holbrook

Harry & Sherry Jacobson-Beyer

Heather Falmen & Keith Zirbel 

Helen Helton  James & Elizabeth Voyles  Jane Lapinski 
Jessica Loving & Sheryl Snyder

John & LaDonna Rogers

Judith McCandless

Kate Cunningham 

Kathleen Reno  Laura Lee Brown & Steve Wilson 
Linda & Fred Cowan

Madeline Reno

Martha & Peter Hasselbacher

Michael & Jo Ann Hamm

Mimi Pickering

Nancy Theriot 

Nima Kulkarni

Paula Harshaw

Rachel and David Stack

Rip & Peggy Rinehart

Robert & Deborah Collins 

Rosalie Rosenthal & Christopher Ryan 

Sandra Frazier 

Steve & Willa Barger 

The Trager Family

Thomas Scanlan & Sarah Fauber

Tom Wallace Lyons 


We thank the following for their support of the Reproductive Freedom Project through major funding provided outside of the annual celebration:  

Augusta & Gill Holland 
Brooke & Matthew Barzun  
Cornelia Bonnie 
Dr. Ann T. Allen  
Emily Bingham & Stephen Reily  
The Educational Foundation of America  

The Joan and Lee Thomas Initiative for Protection of Reproductive Rights

The History of the Reproductive Freedom Project and Kentucky's Future After the Fall of Roe

Learn more about the history of the Reproductive Freedom Project, our current work, and the road ahead, by watching the videos below.

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Kentucky's Post-Roe Future

Hear from ACLU of Kentucky staff about the road ahead following the Supreme Court's opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.

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