Float 4 Life and the Joshua Collingsworth Memorial Foundation are making a difference by teaching children and adults about water safety and awareness through early education and life jacket borrowing programs. https://www.float4life.org/home Thank you to Hausmann Construction for sponsoring!
The White Cane Foundation serves LPS students through a partnership with The Community Learning Center and gives students confidence through new clothing. The organization gives each child served two new pairs of pants, two new tops, two pairs of socks, two pairs of underwear, a new pair of tennis shoes, and a coat if needed. TheContinue reading “March 24, 2022 – 100s of Women Donates $7,000 to White Cane Foundation”
GIRLPowR is dedicated to empowering girls by reducing barriers to their equal participation in formal education, and fostering girls’ self-worth, socioeconomic independence, leadership potential and vocational opportunities.
The Junior League of Lincoln and Center for People in Need are launching Lincoln’s first diaper bank. The diaper bank will collect, store and distribute free diapers to existing agencies such as Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Counties. Membership in the diaper bank is limited, but organizers hope to expand to additional agenciesContinue reading “September 25, 2020 – 100s of Women donates $9,100 to Lincoln Diaper Bank & $10,000 to COVID Relief Fund”
The Bridge Behavioral Health is a professional, nationally-accredited treatment center, specializing in treating alcoholism and drug addiction. Experienced clinicians create effective, customized treatment programs for each individual. The Bridge Behavioral Health provides caring substance abuse, trauma and mental health treatment services. The individuals seeking safe passage from addiction to sober living find it at TheContinue reading “February 20, 2020 – 100s of Women donates $11,100 to Bridge Behavioral Health”
Stroke camp is a three-day camp for stroke survivors and their caregivers. They participate in arts and crafts, camp songs, good food and company, bonfires, games, fishing, boating, and hiking. The Lincoln area camp takes place in the summer at the Carol Joy Holling Conference and Retreat Center in Ashland, Nebraska. It is sponsored byContinue reading “August 8, 2019 – 100s of Women donates $9,000 to Stroke Camp”
A faith-inspired organization, Clinic with a Heart serves people who are uninsured and underinsured through a ministry of healthcare. Their volunteers provide free healthcare with hospitality, dignity, and grace. As part of a commitment to their patients, they serve as a gateway to other human service agencies helping them in finding an appropriate healthcare home. Each clinic nightContinue reading “February 26, 2019 – 100s of Women donates $6,100 to Clinic with a Heart”
As a part of Lincoln Parks and Recreation, “F” Street Community Center is committed to creating a safe, fun, recreation-based environment where children, adults, and senior citizens can come together. They strive to provide services and programs that strengthen family unity, personal growth, health, and community awareness. F Street Community Center Facebook Page Excerpts takenContinue reading “November 14, 2018 – 100s of Women donates $5,700 to F Street Community Center”
Men With Dreams is an all inclusive youth development organization specializing in helping youth of all ages reach their goals and dreams. It was started by two friends, Preston Harris and Brandon McWilliams, who grew up in Lincoln and wanted to make a difference. They wanted to differentiate themselves from the other non-profits in theContinue reading “September 20, 2018 – 100s of Women donates $7,500 to Men with Dreams”
Tabitha Meals on Wheels began in 1967 as the first service of its kind in Lincoln, Nebraska. Today they serve a hot, noon meal to more than 500 clients daily, 365 days per year. Unlike many other Meals on Wheels programs around the country, Tabitha Meals on Wheels continues to say yes to all thoseContinue reading “June 26, 2018 – 100s of Women donates $10,300 to Tabitha Meals on Wheels”