On Give To Lincoln Day, donate to democracy.

On Wednesday, May 24, Civic Nebraska is participating in Give To Lincoln Day, the capital city's annual 24-hour community giving event.

On Wednesday, May 24, Civic Nebraska is participating in Give To Lincoln Day, the capital city’s annual 24-hour community giving event. We would be honored by your support – any amount helps to build a more modern and robust democracy for all Nebraskans. And, if you’re in downtown Lincoln on Wednesday, we’ll be at Tower Square from 10 am to 2 pm with dozens of other participating nonprofits. Stop by and say hi!
Civic Nebraska invests every dollar we receive into fortifying our democracy – cultivating young civic leaders; connecting neighbors and communities to problem-solve instead of fighting over politics; and ensuring Nebraska’s elections are free, fair, and minus any extreme hindrances.
On Give To Lincoln Day – and every day – we thank you for standing with us in defense of democracy. We appreciate your support as we all continue this urgent mission. And we’re honored to count you as a partner during this generous and uplifting week in Lincoln. Thank you, sincerely, for everything that you do.
Adam Morfeld
Executive Director and Founder
Civic Nebraska


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