Our 2018 annual report: WE ARE CIVIC NEBRASKA

We invite you to peruse WE ARE CIVIC NEBRASKA, our 2018 annual report -- which provides a window into our organization's impact in the past year.


At Civic Nebraska, we believe democracy is best when everyone participates — at the ballot box, in our schools, on our streets, and in our neighborhoods. That’s why I and a politically diverse group of Nebraska undergrads founded Civic Nebraska in 2008. Since then, our Youth Civic Leadership, Civic Health, and Voting Rights initiatives have continued to build upon this idea, empowering more and more Nebraskans to participate in our democracy.

Adam Morfeld

Our organization has had a memorable year, our tenth serving Nebraskans. And at times like these, it’s important for us to emphasize just how deeply we value Civic Nebraska’s generous and considerate supporters like you. Our annual report, We Are Civic Nebraska, provides a window into our impact in the past year.

Online version | Print version (PDF)

None of it would have been possible without your steadfast support. Thank you.

Undoubtedly, there are challenges to come. But with you standing alongside us, we will rise to meet them with new ideas, optimism, and continued investment in Nebraskans.

I hope you enjoy this look back at Civic Nebraska in 2018, and I’m eager for us to continue working together in 2019 and beyond.


Adam Morfeld, J.D.
Executive Director and Founder
Civic Nebraska

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