Why are we Giants fans?

Why does a non-profit based in Central Kentucky share photos and posts about New York Giants football? What do hashtags #wandalerobinson and #nygiants have to do with our mission? Those are great questions. The Wanda Joyce Robinson Foundation was founded […]

A message from the president…

During the 2020/2021 school year, 21 4th year students were identified as being impacted by incarceration. William Cofield graduated 16 of them, which speaks volumes to the needs of our students. Without Cofield, this group of students would not have […]

A Message from the President

A Message from the President

Greetings WJRF Family! 2021 was quite a year for our organization. I continue to be in awe of the “right people, at the right time” showing up to help us grow as we continue on our mission to serve children and […]

Happy Birthday WJRF.

Happy Birthday WJRF.

Wow! Year three has been a big one for the Wanda Joyce Robinson Foundation. We are grateful and blessed to be exactly where we’re at in this journey. A lot has been happening around here and we’ve been preparing for […]

Filling in the Gaps.

Filling in the Gaps.

Established in 2018, the Wanda Joyce Robinson Foundation (WJRF) is the vision of a formerly incarcerated father to create a nonprofit to support and mentor the children of the incarcerated in Kentucky. Dale Robinson served ten years in federal prison, […]

Wan’Dale Robinson Gives Back

Wan’Dale Robinson Gives Back

Wan’Dale Robinson, Wide Receiver for University of Kentucky, has chosen to use his Name, Image and Likeness to give back to his community. Moving forward, he will be donating a portion of all endorsements to the Wanda Joyce Robinson Foundation, […]

How can you support WJRF?

How can you support WJRF?

The vision of the Wanda Joyce Robinson Foundation is to end the cycle of incarceration by providing children and youth of the incarcerated with a path of hope and a dream of a successful future. We are here to provide […]

Krushin’ it at KRUSH Camp

Krushin’ it at KRUSH Camp

Here’s a fun recap of our recent KRUSH camp with KRUSH-Kids Rising Up through Support and Healing. We held the camp at Western Hills High School this year and had some great volunteers from many of our schools. Our kids definitely […]

A New Year.

What a year 2020 was! We adjusted quite a few programs, went virtual for planning and much more. Our impact wasn’t as big as we WANTED it to be, but we stayed connected to our families and kiddos and that’s […]

What does the WJRF mean to you?

We send our deepest condolences to the family of Carmen Hurst Lewis. Carmen’s firecracker personality; her joy and faith in the Lord; and her caring heart for those around her will truly be missed. This is a difficult one for us […]