Chapter: Cumberland

If you believe that Laurel, Knox, Whitley and Pulaski Counties would benefit from local people working together to make their communities better and stronger, then we invite you to be a part of the Cumberland Chapter of KFTC. 

Members from these counties and surrounding counties work together to create space for each other and work on four core areas. In addition to adding capacity to statewide issue campaigns, the Cumberland Chapter focuses on racial justice, voter rights, LGBTQ+ issues and fairness, as well as environmental justice. We bring people from the tri-county area and beyond together, and we make sure to have fun while doing it!

Our monthly chapter meeting is a great way to learn more, meet like-minded folks, and get involved.

Recent Activities

President Trump and Andy Barr rally in Richmond, Kentuckians respond

President Donald Trump made a trip to Eastern Kentucky University on October 13, where he rallied supporters for Representati

Harlan, Cumberland chapter members excited about 2018 work

In January and February, two eastern Kentucky chapters have started the year off with a bang.

Harlan County chapter members met on January 25 and did some deep visioning on what they want the chapter to work on over the course of the next year, bringing long-time members as well as folks new to KFTC together.

“I'm excited for the direction the chapter is moving in. I believe this can be a great thing for Harlan County, and it can move Harlan in a very positive direction, for the benefit of all who live here,” Lily Milovnik, a Harlan County High School student, said in regards to the January chapter meeting.

Cumberland area groups help facilitate health care access

On December 8, KFTC members in the newly formed Cumberland chapter (Knox, Pulaski, Laurel and Whitley counties) and representatives from the Kentucky Primary Care Association hosted a Facebook live

Community Backyard Brisket ‘N Badminton in London

KFTC hosted a community social event for members, friends and local residents interested in learning more about KFTC at the London office on August 18.

The potluck event, called the Backyard Brisket ‘N Badminton (BBnB), was well attended with a mix of returning members and prospects from Laurel, Pulaski, Whitley and Knox counties.

Regular Meetings:

The Cumberland Chapter generally meets on first Sunday of every month from 2-4 p.m. EST. The location rotates between the four counties each month. See our events list for the location of our next meeting.

Chapter Organizer:

Angel Hill
131 N Mill St
London, KY 40741
(606) 261-4955

Upcoming Events:

November 4

Cumberland Chapter Meeting

Barbourville, KY

Join us for our monthly Cumberland Chapter meeting!

December 2

Cumberland Chapter Meeting

KY

Join us for our monthly chapter meeting! This month's rotation is in Corbin.