Your community needs you. United Way partners with dozens of agencies in our city to tackle the most pressing problems facing our fellow citizens. And these agencies depend on the United Way/Community Health Charities campaign for critical funds. Therefore, they depend on you. As we near the end of another campaign, we must ask for… Read the Full Story »
Impressive National Results for Letter Carriers’ Annual Food Drive 25th Food Drive Helps Feed Needy Families in All 50 States WASHINGTON – The 25th annual food drive by the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), held on Saturday, May 13, collected 75 million pounds, the third-highest total in the event’s history. Combined with last year’s record… Read the Full Story »
Memorial Stadium is not the only venue in Lincoln that can boast about sell-outs. It was a sell-out at the Cornhusker Marriott Hotel ballroom on Jan. 25 when more than 500 women (and a few men) gathered to support the 11th Annual Helping Hands Auction. Organized by United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County’s Women… Read the Full Story »
Thank you, Federal employees, for all that you do! Please remember to support United Way through your Combined Federal Campaign’s annual contribution. #showsomelove Donate now at www.cfcheartofthemidlands.org. Our code is 79069.
Help support United Way and Community Health Charities by supporting the businesses who are helping to build a better community. Starting on Small Business Saturday, November 25th, the following participating businesses will be donating a portion of their sales to United Way & Community Health Charities: Participating restaurant locations: Participating on November 30th Participating on… Read the Full Story »
United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County and the City/County Joint Budget Committees’ Letter of Intent process is now closed. The application process will open on January 22, 2018. Please contact Maggie Montoya at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402.441.7774 with any questions.
In 2012, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Center on Children, Families, and the Law found a staggering 125 homeless persons to be without any form of shelter or aid in Lincoln alone. Today? The number of chronically unsheltered homeless has been reduced to just 32. On a national scale, between 2010 and 2016 the number of… Read the Full Story »
The following local sites are offering food and gift donation programs: Many places require pre-registration as well as proof of income eligibility. Please call the specific agency for more information. Catholic Social Services 2241 O St 402-474-1600 Services: • Food baskets for families/individuals • St. Nicholas Toy Shoppe – parents may shop for one toy… Read the Full Story »
Development doesn’t begin and end at school. It’s not a light switch – learning is a continuum that extends far beyond the school bus seat. In that way, every aspect of the home, and every moment spent in it, is crucial in seeing each child’s mind expand and develop to its fullest potential. But how… Read the Full Story »
Lora arrived at Fresh Start Home with nothing but “the gift of desperation” and some clothing. Three years later, this recovering and sober alcoholic and drug abuser is no longer homeless, has a job and most importantly, has her three children back in her life. Lora’s tear-filled success story drew a standing ovation from the… Read the Full Story »