Kentucky Extension Homemaker AssociationMajor Program


Total Hours




with Local Stakeholders.



of Multistate Efforts.


Total Number

of Volunteers Engaged.

Program Indicators

Number of hours KEHA members volunteered for EXTENSION activities and events


Number of hours KEHA members volunteered in COMMUNITY activities and events


Number of KEHA members who utilized knowledge gained through officer training to fulfill a KEHA leadership role at the club, county, area and/or state level.


Number of KEHA members who report knowledge gained through county and/or area officer and chairman training.



Mask-Making Partnership

The Woodford County Extension Homemakers partnered with Pivot Brewing Company in Lexington, Kentucky to make homemade cloth face coverings for the Kentucky Childrens Hospital and University of Kentucky Hospital. The Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association was asked to help support the effort of making cloth face coverings for health care workers. At the same time, Pivot Brewing Company, closed for business, wanted to utilize their resources and give back to the community so they reached out to...

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Mask-Making Partnership

Stories Behind the Numbers

  • Face Coverings

    Homemaker club members, Extension staff, and volunteers came together virtually to fill a need in the community when the COVID-19 pandemic started. The District Health Department requested face masks ... Read More

  • Cooperative Extension Steps Up to Help With COVID-19

    The COVID-19 virus closed many businesses and placed a strain on health care providers worldwide creating a high demand for personal protection equipment for health care workers. With such a demand on... Read More

  • 2020 Mask Makers

    2020 Mask MakersTwenty-Twenty offered an entire new look to Volunteers in Extension. Homemakers in Rowan County did not hesitate with what they do best, “Volunteering.” Two Homemakers got a mask patte... Read More

  • Face Coverings for Ballard County Elementary School

    This school year came with uncertainty whether students would be in the classroom. As COVID-19 has brought many new changes within the school system; facial coverings for all students and staff being ... Read More

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