When blessed with abundance,

it feels so good to share it.

Bringing Justice Home is building a new kind of neighborhood one relationship at a time, a neighborhood that is not segregated by geography, race, and class, but rather one that is integrated through our vision of shared resources, shared outcomes, shared dreams. Please join us!


Our Mission

Bringing Justice Home is a Louisville nonprofit that fosters the health and wellness of medically vulnerable neighbors experiencing food insecurity by delivering food and household supplies, facilitating access to needed services, and offering social support, and engages the community in the work of justice through education, shared resources, and building just relationships.


Our Vision

"And all the believers lived in a wonderful harmony, holding everything in common. They sold whatever they owned and pooled their resources so that each person’s need was met."

Acts 2:44-45


Did you know that 120,000 of our Louisville neighbors have insufficient food and food resources?

We should believe in each other's dreams, sharing them freely and without judgment, and work together to make them come true.

Shared Resources

From his first miracle at the wedding at Cana, to the miracles of the loaves and the fishes, to his teachings about lilies and sparrows and treasure, to the Spirit of communion breathed into the early church at Pentecost, Jesus has been proclaiming to us the good news that there is enough, more than enough, for us all. What's more, he tells us again and again that we are enough, beyond enough, precious and priceless.

It is only when we come to know this truth about ourselves--our sufficiency, our preciousness, our pricelessness--that the false promises of power and privilege and White supremacy will cease to deceive and distort and devour us, leaving us with an emptiness inside that no amount of any thing will ever fill. It is only when we come to know this truth about ourselves--our sufficiency, our preciousness, our pricelessness--that we can come to recognize those same truths in our fellow beings, and know that we are all enough and deserving of all good things, and that a life of joy and abundance and meaning is our common birthright if we will but choose it.

"Everyone around was in awe—all those wonders and signs done through the apostles! And all the believers lived in a wonderful harmony, holding everything in common. They sold whatever they owned and pooled their resources so that each person’s need was met."

Acts 2:43-45

"The whole congregation of believers was united as one—one heart, one mind! They didn’t even claim ownership of their own possessions. No one said, 'That’s mine; you can’t have it.' They shared everything. The apostles gave powerful witness to the resurrection of the Master Jesus, and grace was on all of them."

Mark 4:32-33

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"I see love very much like a coin, with one side being 'compassion' and the other 'loving kindness.' 'Compassion' is the desire to prevent pain, while 'loving kindness' is the desire to promote happiness."

--Anne Firth Murray

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"I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. "

John 10:10

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Shared Outcomes

A recent study* found that more than 120,000 Louisvillians have insufficient food and food resources, including 44,000 who live in food deserts.

Fifty-three percent of those surveyed report experiencing some or regular food insecurity over the last year, including nearly 10% of all Louisvillians over age 60. Although poverty is often a source of food insecurity, even those above the poverty line can experience difficulty obtaining food to meet daily needs. In Jefferson County, 47% of those who are food insecure do not qualify for SNAP and only 40% know where to get emergency food if needed.


Bringing Justice Home seeks to serve our neighbors who suffer from food insecurity and for whom accessing traditional food sources is a risk.

We seek to inspire those who have more than enough to meet their basic needs to support struggling neighbors through monthly donations. We will work together to deliver healthy food to those who are unable to otherwise access enough to sustain healthy life. We will also strive to serve as a liaison to community resources that help alleviate other conditions (poor health and insufficient and expensive healthcare, lack of heating/cooling, lack of secure housing, isolation, etc.) that undermine good health.

Shared Dreams

"We should believe in each other's dreams"

Share your dreams with us!

On her 1972 album, Amazing Grace, Aretha Franklin covers Marvin Gaye's song, "Wholly Holy."

We take inspiration from these lyrics and they provide guidance for our vision: shared resources, shared outcomes, shared dreams. We dream of a world where we can come together, holy and wholly, to share with each other, to dream with each other, in order to bring about a just future.

"Holy Wholly

Come together wholly

People we have got to come together

With all of the strength

With all of the feeling

Why Holy Wholly ...

We should believe

Believe in each others dreams"



What is your dream? Will you share it with us? We will share your dreams here on our website. Using the form linked here, briefly describe your dream, and, if you wish, upload a picture of yourself.