FUNDING SOURCES:

CLOUT’s funding comes from three sources: membership dues, an annual Investment Drive (leaders collecting investments from individuals and local corporate CEOs), and grants (various denominational & foundation grants). CLOUT does not accept government funding.

Our 2015 Investment Drive resulted in investments totaling over $114,000 which CLOUT leaders raised from 20 corporations, and 224 individuals.

CLOUT received grants over the past year from the following sources: Communities for Just Schools Fund, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Presbyterian Church (USA), and the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.


HISTORICAL LIST OF CLOUT INVESTORS:
(NOTE: This list represents those who have invested in CLOUT since the organization’s beginning in 1991, but does not include over 900 individuals and small businesses who have also invested in CLOUT.)

Local Corporations:

AAF International
Abel Construction Co.
Active Transportation Company
Advance Ready Mix Concrete Co.
Aleris
Algood Food Company
American Synthetic Rubber Co.
Anderson Wood
Arch L Heady & Sons
Arkema
Atria Communities
Atlas Machines
B B & T
Bank of Louisville
Bank One
Bargain Supply
BASF Catalysts
Borden Chemical
Bosse Mattingly Constructors
Bramco
Brantley Security Services
Bristol Bar & Grille
Brown-Forman
Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp.
C. Lee Cook
Carrier Vibrating
Central Bank
Charter Behavioral Health System
Churchill Downs
Clarcor
Clariant
Coca-Cola
Commonwealth Bank
Commonwealth Roofing
Courtaulds Coatings/Porter Paints
CoxAllen & Associates
Creative Alliance
Delta Dental
DFH Company
Du Pont
Eagle Steel
EPI Corp.
First Capital Bank
Firstar Bank
Flynn Brothers Construction
Gannett Foundation/Courier-Journal
GEON Co.
Greenbaum, Doll, & McDonald
Hall Contracting
Hexion
Highland Roofing
Hilliard Lyons
Hillerich & Bradsby Co.
Horseshoe Casino
Humana Foundation
Hunt Tractor
Industrial Disposal
Jewish Hospital
Judy Construction Company
KentuckyOne Health
Kmart
Kosmos Cement
Kroger
L & N Federal Credit Union
LG&E
Marathon/Ashland Petroleum
Meta Associates
Metropolitan Sewer District
Momentive
Montgomery on Preston
Mulloy Properties
National City Bank
New Age Technologies
Norton Healthcare
Noveon (B.F. Goodrich)
Office Environment Company
O’Neal Steel
Oxy-Vinyls
Papa John’s Pizza
Pepsi-Cola
Philip Morris
Plumbers Supply
PNC Bank
QK4
Quest Engineering
River City Bank
Rohm & Haas
Rudd Equipment Co.
Safetran
Sandvik Sorting Systems
SHPS, Inc.
SourceHOV
Southern Wine & Spirits
Stock Yards Bank
Sypris Solutions
Texas Roadhouse
Thomas Industries
Toyota
Tube Turns Technologies
United Catalysts
United Parcel Service
U of L Hospital
US Bank
Walgreens
Walmart
Whayne Supply Co.
Williams Food Service
Winston-Pittman Enterprises
Wyatt, Tarrant, Combs
Zeon
Zoeller Co.

National & Local Religious Denominations, Foundations, & Organizations:

American Baptist Churches USA
Ben & Jerry’s Foundation
Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville
Catholic Campaign for Human Development (national & local)
Catholic Charities of Louisville
Center for Community Change
Charles Stuart Mott Foundation
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Reconciliation Fund
Communities for Just Schools Fund
Dominican Sisters
Edward W. Hazen Foundation
Episcopal Church, Coalition for Social Witness & Justice
Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Domestic Hunger Program
Jewish Fund for Justice
Just and Fair Schools Fund
Lincoln Foundation
Marianist Sharing Fund
Marvin L. Hobbs Foundation
Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation
Presbyterian Church (USA), Community Development Program
Presbyterian Church (USA), Self-Development of People (local)
Presbyterian Church (USA), Women’s Thank Offering
Presbytery of Mid-Kentucky
St. Jude Foundation
Sisters of Charity of Nazareth
Sisters of Loretto
Sisters of Notre Dame
Sisters of St. Francis
Twenty-First Century Foundation
United Methodist Commission on Race & Religion
Unitarian Universalist, Fund for a Just Society
United Church of Christ, Kentuckiana Association
United Church of Christ, United Church Board for Homeland Ministries