A Lovely Day

The 12th annual Give to Lincoln Day on May 24th raised more than $7.5 million for 456 local nonprofits. The funds are designated to help support charitable organizations that serve Lincoln and Lancaster County. All participating nonprofits received a proportional share of a $500,000 match fund based upon the organization’s percentage of the total dollars raised, provided by LCF and sponsors, including Presenting Sponsor West Gate Bank. 
“Year after year, Give to Lincoln Day offers us the chance to give back to the organizations that are near and dear to us,” said Alec Gorynski, LCF president. “Organizations that provide art and cultural experiences, teach and guide our youth, support those who are experiencing hard times, care for our four-legged friends and much more.” 

Nearly 25,000 donations were received for this year’s giving day. The event has raised more than $57 million for local nonprofits in its 12-year history. 
“The collective impact of 25,000 individual acts of generosity, along with the $500,000 matching fund, will empower the missions and fuel the critical work of 456 nonprofits for the year ahead,” Alec continued. 
“We are thrilled with this year’s successful results that demonstrate the awesome power of philanthropy. When neighbors come together on Give to Lincoln Day, we provide everyone in our community the opportunity to thrive.” 
For more information and to see gifts received for each nonprofit, visit www.GiveToLincoln.com

Thank You, Match Sponsors! 
Thanks to these generous match fund sponsors, gifts on Give to Lincoln Day go even further for participating nonprofits. 

West Gate Bank (Presenting Sponsor) 
Bill & Mae Whitmer Family Fund and ABC Electric 
Bill & Marilyn Cintani 
Cornhusker Bank 
DA Davidson 
Davis Design 
Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing, U.S.A. 
Kubly Family Foundation 
Mail Management Services, Inc.
The family of J. Gates and Daisy Minnick 
William J. Mueller & Kim M. Robak 
Pinnacle Bank 
Joe W. & Ruth K. Seacrest Fund 
Tom & Lisa Smith 
Talent Plus 
Mark H. Tallman 
WRK Family Foundation