Grants Awarded

Current Grants

Blue Valley Behavioral Health: $10,700
Support for upgraded technology for the Lincoln office. 

Boys & Girls Club of Lincoln/Lancaster County: $10,000
For general operating support.

Community Services Fund of Nebraska: $14,000
Two grants awarded: $7,500 to support a marketing and awareness initiative, and $6,500 towards the 2021 campaign.

Doane University, (Crete, NE): $20,000
To support the new Inclusive Excellence Certificate Program to cultivate inclusive leaders among faculty, staff, and students and within Nebraska’s rural nonprofit organizations. 

Lincoln Community Foundation: $5,000
For development of the 2022 Lincoln Vital Signs Report.

Lincoln Housing Charities: $2,000
To support the Lincoln Housing Authority’s Family Self-Sufficiency Program to use Clifton StrengthsFinder assessments for participants.

Mid-America Arts Alliance (Kansas City, MO): $20,000
To support a comprehensive 3-year diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) initiative. Mid-America is the regional arts organization for Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas.

National Audubon Society, Spring Creek Prairie (Denton, NE): $15,000
For general operating support.

National Wildlife Turkey Federation, Nebraska Chapter (Edgefield, SC): $15,000
To support efforts to acquire the 2,600-acre Kiowa Creek Ranch property in Wildcat Hills, in the western Panhandle of Nebraska.

Nebraska Sports Council: $10,000
For general operating support.

Planned Parenthood of the Heartland: $15,000
To support sexual and reproductive health education programs in Lincoln and Lancaster County.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Cedar Point Biological Station (Ogallala, NE): $15,000
Toward a Motus network system to track the movement of birds, mammals and insects.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Center for Digital Research in Humanities: $10,000
In support of an online platform where the stories of Nebraska Holocaust survivors and WWII veterans can be accessed by teachers, students, scholars and all individuals.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lied Center for Performing Arts: $20,000
For general operating support.

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