Be sure to join United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County to learn how your gift impacts the funding areas of Education, Income and Health. United Way will be joined by guest speakers from five different agencies who have programs helping to achieve the goals of each focus area. Click below to register today! Education – Register… Read the Full Story »
United Way News
Title: Community Response Coordinator (non-exempt position) Reports to: Director of Community Impact As a small team-based organization, United Way employees work in a flexible environment. Achieving the organization’s goals is the responsibility of every employee. To this point, employees must possess the ability to manage multiple tasks. As a grant-funded position, this role… Read the Full Story »
Thank you all for your support of United Way and our mission to mobilize the community to invest in our nonprofit partners’ work in the areas of Education, Income and Health. I am inspired and encouraged by all that I’ve seen over the past several months as Lincoln and Lancaster County residents have engaged in… Read the Full Story »
United Way Board of Directors approves $2,217,497 to fund community programs June 12, 2020 – Lincoln, Neb. – United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County’s Board of Directors recently met and approved a total of $2,217,497 to go out into the community in support of education, income and health initiatives and programs. The majority, $1,846,735,… Read the Full Story »
What a truly difficult period of time were a living in. While the challenges before us are great, our team at United Way is grateful for and energized by the opportunity to serve and support our community. Over the past 8 weeks it has been our honor to provide steadfast support to our partner agencies as they… Read the Full Story »
If you or someone you know is in need of services, always know you can call the 2-1-1 hotline. Here is a link for additional resources to help Lincoln and Lancaster County businesses, non-profits and residents navigate through COVID-19.
Click here to view a COVID-19 Response Guide from CHAD (Combined Health Agencies Drive).
United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County is proud to be a partner in the Lincoln COVID-19 Response Fund that was announced by Lincoln Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird at a press conference today. A coalition of partners from across the community, including the City of Lincoln, the Lincoln Community Foundation, the Lincoln Partnership for Economic… Read the Full Story »
Serving with United Way Week 2020 (March 22-March 28) is dedicated to businesses in our community that provide a type of service; businesses that are built on relationships. These businesses are needing our support now just as much as ever. United Way thanks the businesses and individuals below for their support in the 2019 Campaign…. Read the Full Story »
This is a post that originated in Indiana that has gone viral. The hotline promoted in the post is specific to Indiana and not Nebraska. By dialing 2-1-1 in Lincoln and Lancaster County, you will be directed to the Nebraska 2-1-1 hotline. This hotline is set up to provide callers with information regarding services provided… Read the Full Story »