Americana has a new name and new look! We are continuing to bridge the gap from surviving to thriving for Louisville's refugee, immigrant, and underserved population.
Americana's Winter FestivalHelp us celebrate the kids and families who participate in our programs at this special event! Find out more about how you can donate and volunteer to make the winter festival a reality.
Learn More About Our ProgramsFrom July 2014 to June 2015, more than 5,000 refugees, immigrants, and low-income individuals, representing 99 counties and 37 zip codes in Louisville, came through Americana’s doors last year for the services Americana or our partners provide.
Bridging the gap from surviving to thriving
101 Countries. 37 Zip Codes. 1 Community Center.
for Louisville’s refugee, immigrant and underserved population
Americana’s mission is to provide holistic services to Louisville’s refugee, immigrant and underserved population to build strong and healthy families, create a safe and supportive community and help every individual realize their potential.
Americana World Community Center bridges the gap from surviving to thriving through education, family support, youth achievement, and career and financial development. Each year, we serve more than 5,000 people from over 100 countries in their pursuits of better days and brighter futures. We give them roots. So they can begin to thrive.
We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in 1990 in response to increased refugee resettlement. Located in the South-End of Louisville, where 51% are foreign-born and 37% are living below the poverty line, we are ideally situated to offer community-based services and programs to refugee, immigrant, and underserved populations.