The Lincoln Community Foundation helps donors who share a common interest—improving the quality of life in our community—create a collective charitable impact. The Foundation goes beyond simply making grants that advance charitable activities. We also identify current and emerging issues, channel resources to address our community’s needs, and help Lincoln prepare for the future. Individuals, families, businesses, and organizations create charitable funds that help meet the challenges of changing needs and new opportunities. The foundation works hard to effectively administer these funds.
Give To Lincoln Day [#givetolincoln]
Give To Lincoln Day will be held on May 28, 2015. Nonprofit registration will begin the first week of March 2015. More information about the 2015 event will be available in early March on this site and at www.givetolincoln.com.
Thank you, Lincoln! Total dollars raised on Give To Lincoln Day 2014 were nearly $2.7 million! 304 local nonprofit organizations participated in the May 29, 2014 event. The 2014 event was the third Give To Lincoln Day hosted by Lincoln Community Foundation.
Lincoln Vital Signs
The Lincoln Community Foundation and leaders of Lincoln's largest public and private charitable organizations initiated Lincoln Vital Signs to create a more comprehensive understanding of Lincoln for themselves and as a way to share the information with the larger community. This study provides information about Lincoln's strengths and challenges. It is hoped that Lincoln Vital Signs will be a starting point for conversation and connections toward the common goal of ensuring that Lincoln continues to be a vibrant city that provides a high quality of life for all residents.
Poverty in Lincoln Paper
View and Download the Complete Report at www.lincolnvitalsigns.org.
Veteran Support Initiative
The Lincoln Community Foundation is committed to supporting veterans and their families as they reintegrate into our community. Many military service members have given more than a decade of service to our country during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. As a community foundation, we are able to develop local solutions and marshal local resources in response to issues affecting veterans. By ensuring these service members a successful transition to civilian life, our community benefits from the strength, courage, and talent that compelled these veterans to serve.
Veteran Support Fund
This fund provides support to nonprofit organizations for our military service members, veterans and their families. Support may include funding for services in the areas of health, education, employment, legal issues and family support.
Hero2Hired Job Fair Flyer - April 1, 2015
Human Services Community Collaborations Supporting Veterans
Veterans Pretrial Diversion Program
Value of Faith-Based Network for Veteran Transitioning
Admiral Mike Mullen's Call to Action
Lincoln Community Foundation Veteran Support Initiative Report
Veteran Support Initiative Editorial
Sea of Goodwill - Matching the Donor to the Need
Innovative Example Descriptions
Veteran Support Initiative Blueprint