Sky Ranch Foundation ℠ ( awarded a $25,000 grant to Louisville, KY-based Boys & Girls Haven ( in 2015. Founded by Father Maloney in 1948 and for more than half a century, Boys & Girls Haven has transformed the lives of more than 3,500 abandoned, abused and neglected children. More than just a home, Boys & Girls Haven provides stability, education, and new productive skills that will lead to success in adulthood. In a time where more and more children find themselves growing up without the support of a loving family, Boys & Girls Haven provides a home and a future filled with promise.

Boys & Girls Haven has also grants from Target, Walmart, Ronald McDonald House Charities, GE and more; of particular note, among its corporate partners is Brown-Forman Corporation. Ralph Aguera (ret. Brown-Forman), President of Sky Ranch Foundation℠ notes, “This is the 3rd time that the Foundation℠ has awarded a grant to this deserving organization. For kids who have grown up with nothing but abuse and neglect, Boys & Girls Haven has been a welcoming refuge”.

Foundation Board Members assemble annually to review LOIs (Letters of Inquiry); the next meeting will be held in June. If you are involved with an organization that fits the Foundation guidelines (see Grants section on website) or know of any organization, we encourage you to have them apply for a grant.

George McCarthy, Chairman

Ralph Aguera, President

About Sky Ranch Foundation and Sky Ranch For Boys ®

Since 2011, the Foundation ℠ has awarded $1.2 million in grants to organizations providing support for at-risk youth. Formed in 1961 and building on more than 50 years of tradition, Sky Ranch Foundation ℠ is a tax-exempt charitable organization committed to identifying and offering grants to efficient and effective programs focused on improving the quality of help available to these youth. If you involved with or know of any organization that would fit our commitment we encourage you to visit our web site and apply for a grant.

Sky Ranch Foundation ℠ is governed by a board of directors comprised mainly of active and retired members of the beverage alcohol industry. The Foundation’s ℠ funds have come largely from individuals and companies associated with the beer, wine and spirits industries and reflects the industry’s great concern and commitment for at-risk youth.