Starting 2022 strong at Civic Nebraska

We're gearing up for a pivotal 2022 at Civic Nebraska. Join us to protect voting rights, build young civic leaders, and connect Nebraskans to tackle shared challenges.


Dear friends,

Civic Nebraska is gearing up for a pivotal 2022. In the coming year, we’ll tackle harmful voter restriction initiatives and protect voter rights. We’ll bring Nebraskans across the state together to solve shared issues and find common ground. And we’ll halt the “civic slide” by enriching Nebraska students’ civic educations, both in and out of school
But we can’t do it without you!
Your financial support allows Civic Nebraska to continue forging a bold path forward and make democracy work for all Nebraskans. In 2021, your support helped us fulfill our mission in so many important ways from the statehouse to the schoolhouse to the farmhouse
In this season of giving, we hope you will consider investing in our youth, our civic life, and our voting rights by making a donation to Civic Nebraska today.
Thank you for your support this year. Here’s to an even better 2022!

Adam Morfeld
Executive Director
Civic Nebraska 

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