The Lincoln Community Foundation building serves as headquarters for a variety of community organizations, including LCF, which owns and manages the building. In 1964, Woods Charitable Fund made a gift of $1.35 million to purchase the land and erect our building at 15th and N Streets. LCF was asked to serve as owner with the understanding that space be leased to nonprofit organizations at “below market” rates. Over a dozen nonprofits call the LCF building home today, and two conference rooms** may be used by any local nonprofit free of charge.
**Out of an abundance of caution and concern for the health and well-being of the community, our community room and community conference room will be closed until further notice. Groups that have meeting space reserved will be contacted to reschedule. We will not be accepting new reservations but look forward to the day when this will be possible again.
Our thoughts go out to everyone. We are all in this together. Please take care.
The Lincoln Foundation Garden, located west of the LCF building at 1415 N Street, is a gift to this great community. Lincoln Community Foundation built the garden as a mid-city oasis for everyone to enjoy, offering a scenic respite for relaxation, contemplation and brown-bag lunching.
Garden hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (unless the garden is temporarily closed for a special event or inclement weather). Free wi-fi is available.
The garden may be rented by nonprofit organizations for special occasions. If you are interested, please contact us.