Pacesetters are organizations that step up to kick off their corporate campaigns early. These companies take the lead in getting the United Way campaign off to a good start.

In addition to the above organizations, we recognize these generous individuals who lead our community as pacesetters in giving.

Joan Anderson
Timothy Aylward
Michael Barry
Holly Beeman
Max and Carol Biggs
Nancy and Jim Biggs
Robert and Linda Birman
Samuel and Lorrie Bryant
Jack and Sally Campbell
Mary M. Campbell
Doug and Mary Carper
Barbara DeBoer
Marvin Deitchler
August and Donna Dornbusch
Roger and Janet Ehlers
Barbara Espinosa
Glenn Friendt
Janice Friendt
Bobbie Gayed
Priscilla Henkelmann
Cathy Hietbrink
Betty Howe
Drs. Mark and Deanna Hutchins
Marleen Johnson
David and Barbara Jones
Neale and Patricia Kelley
Edward and Lois Kemble
Paul and Marcella Konig
Pippa Lawson
Mary Linebaugh
Ronald and Madelyn Massie
George Meininger
Jane Mick
Gwendolyn Neumann
Norman Newhouse
Elizabeth Nielsen
Rosevelt and Ann Pardy
David Pitts and Christine Grosh
James Preston
Ann Marie Quinlan
Robert and Darlene Rademacher
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Redington
Dan and Geri Ripa
Robert Schultz
Gary Seacrest
Joe Shandera
Will and Lois Sheehan
Larry Small
Karen Sonderegger
Richard Staley
James Stange
Carole Steffen
Robert Taylor
Sally Van Zandt
Donald and Catherine Witt
Terry Wittler
Tom and Kelli Wood
Terry Workman

Total raised by Pacesetters: $1,789,030 (28% of the campaign)

Companies exceeding a 2% increase

Duteau Chevrolet/Subaru – 2%
Erickson & Sederstrom, P.C. LLO – 12%
HBE LLP – 12%
Lincoln Electric System in Partnership with Local IBEW 1536 – 12%
Swanson Russell – 4%
Union Bank & Trust – 5%

Agencies exceeding a 2% increase

The Arc of Lincoln – 25%
Asian Community and Cultural Center – 32%
Catholic Social Services of Southern Nebraska – 161%
CHAD (Combined Health Agencies Drive) – 3%
City Impact – 14%
Food Bank of Lincoln – 23%
LUX Center for the Arts – 3%
Mourning Hope Grief Center – 11%
Nebraska Health Care Association/Nebraska Hospice and Palliative Care Association – 46%
Voices of Hope – 8%