We understand that many of our generous donors want to assist with immediate relief and response to Nebraska flooding. Below is a list of qualified public charities here working on these efforts.
Use caution when donating through crowdfunding websites and social media, as scammers may be looking to take advantage of people’s sympathy. A better option would be to give a tax-deductible donation to a qualified public charity subject to accountability, reporting and oversight.
You can also visit http://www.nebraska.gov/nebraska-strong/ for information about donating or requesting resources.
The Washington County Long-Term Recovery Team is providing aid and assistance to those in Washington County, Nebraska. For more information, visit www.bereadywashco.org.
Nebraska Community Foundation
First National Bank has collaborated with NCF to establish this fund and contributed $100,000 to it. First National Bank will match up to $150,000 in additional contributions from other sources.
The Nebraska Flood Recovery Fund is a collaboration between the Ethel S. Abbott Charitable Foundation and NCF to assist Nebraskans, especially low-income Nebraskans impacted by flooding in 2019, to recover and rebuild their lives
Grand Island Community Foundation
(greater Hall, Howard and Sherman Counties)
Designate the Central Nebraska Disaster Relief Fund
Custer County Community Foundation
Kearney Area Community Foundation
Merrick Foundation (Merrick County)
Valley Days Foundation
Fremont Area Community Foundation
American Red Cross - Donations
Phone: 1-800-RED CROSS
Text: Text the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation
American Red Cross – Volunteering
Salvation Army Omaha
Catholic Social Services of Southern Nebraska
or mail check to them at 2241 O St, Lincoln, NE 68510 and put “flood relief” in the memo.
Nebraska Farm Bureau
United Way of the Midlands
Great Plains United Methodist Conference
Donations can be made to the Great Plains Disaster Response Fund.
Lutheran Family Services
Nebraska Preparedness Partnership
Call Sandra Hobson at 402-979-7207 or email email@example.com for information about making a donation.
Legal Aid of Nebraska – Offering free legal help for Nebraska’s low-income flood survivors
http://www.disaster.legalaidofnebraska.org/ or call 1-844-268-5627