Our 2021-22 annual report: RECLAIMING ‘WE’

The road back to 'we' is paved with a reinvigoration of community, mutual responsibility, faith in our democratic institutions, and limitless civic power. Join us in RECLAIMING WE.

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Dear friends,

When Civic Nebraska was founded in 2008, we knew that the task before us – to create a more modern, robust democracy for all Nebraskans ­­– would not be easy. Just as democracy can advance, it can fall under threat if it is neglected or mistreated. 

That’s why we think of our work like tending to a garden: Cultivating young civic leaders across the state. Fortifying the civic landscape of our towns and cities. And working tirelessly to grow an engaged, informed, active electorate.
All this requires skill, creativity, and just the right tools and resources. That is why we appreciate and value friends like you so much. With your continued support of Civic Nebraska, you help ensure that all Nebraskans can reap the benefits and blessings of our interwoven, interdependent democratic experience. 
Our 2021-22 annual report, Reclaiming WE, sets down our path to a modern, robust democracy. I invite you to celebrate Civic Nebraska’s progress with us and to see where we are headed.
I am committed for us to continue working together in 2022 and beyond; please feel free to connect if you have any thoughts or feedback.
Adam Morfeld, J.D.
Executive Director and Founder
Civic Nebraska

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