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Recent Grants

Spring 2019

  • Calvin Crest Camp-Fremont ($52,000)

    Solar panels to reduce the carbon footprint and educate campers on being good stewards of the earth.

  • First Presbyterian Church-Hastings ($12,000)

    Update of broadcast ministry equipment to livestream worship services for rural Nebraska congregations who are without a pastor.

  • Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church-Lincoln ($30,000)

    Construction of a pavilion for alternate worship services and neighborhood and community usage.

  • Hastings College ($2,500)

    Supplies for a student-coordinated event to package meals for the hungry, both locally and globally.

  • Omaha Presbyterian Semindary Foundation ($25,000)

    Expansion of the Pastoral Leadership Revitalization Program into Homestead Presbytery and congregations in western Nebraska.

  • Presbyterian Church of Fremont ($20,000)

    Update fire detection system to meet code requirements to establish a daycare ministry.

Fall 2019

  • Center For People in Need ($17,000)

    In support of a commercial cooler to store perishable food items for distribution and grocery store vouchers for Thanksgiving distribution.

  • CenterPointe ($10,000)

    Basic necessity items for street outreach team and clients utilizing their housing services.

  • Columbus Area United Way ($1,500)

    Curriculum for Bridges Out of Poverty workshop to empower those living near or below the poverty line to reach financial stability.

  • Columbus Community Center ($35,500)

    Update of kitchen equipment used for the meal program for the elderly and enable them to grow their mission.

  • Community Action Partnership ($5,000)

    In support of the Gathering Place, which provides healthy and nutritious meals to those struggling with hunger.

  • Family Service Association ($5,000)

    Funding to pilot a Grandparents Raising Grandchildren support group to provide guidance and resources for grandparents involved in the therapeutic process.

  • Fresh Start ($10,000)

    Funding for their Individualized Goal Program which helps women who are homeless achieve economic stability and overall wellness.

  • League of Human Dignity ($5,000)

    To obtain durable medical equipment for their loan and rental program to help people achieve independence.

  • Lincoln Housing Charities ($40,000)

    Support for a wheelchair-accessible van for their low-income independent senior housing apartment complexes.

  • Madonna ($20,000)

    Funding for the Community Medical Transportation program which provides medical appointment transportation for disabled and elderly in the community.

  • Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach ($10,000)

    Support of their Hunger Relief Program for the homeless and near-homeless in Lincoln.

  • Nebraska Children's Home Society ($10,000)

    To expand their Raising Your Grandchildren program in Lancaster County, providing support, resources and parenting strategies for grandparents.

Spring 2020

  • Church of the Plains-Edgar ($4,050)

    Update technology equipment to record and livestream worship services.

  • Eastridge Presbyterian Church-Lincoln ($72,000)

    Renovation of their food pantry and installation of ADA compliant sidewalk ramp to address food insecurity in their community.

  • Community Presbyterian Church-Fairfield ($15,161)

    Update sound system to allow all areas of building to be used for community events.

  • First Presbyterian Church-Lincoln ($6,000)

    Installation of a hearing loop to enhance the worship experience for the hearing impaired.

  • Hope Presbyterian Church-Omaha ($3,000)

    Purchase supplies to fill backpacks with food for distribution at their local elementary school.

  • New Life Presbyterian Church-Omaha ($3,000)

    Support for their free after-school enrichment and food program for neighborhood children.

  • Palmyra Presbyterian Church ($4,600)

    First aid kits for a community outreach project.

  • Presbytery of Missouri River Valley-Omaha ($25,400)

    Purchase rebuilding supplies for work weeks related to spring 2019 flooding.