Grants to Nebraska counties, municipalities, and businesses for infrastructure projects or for loans to businesses for the purposes of economic development. Funding is intended to support the creation of quality jobs, particularly for low- to moderate-income employees.
Grants of up to $1,000 and grants of up to $2,000 to Nebraska child care providers in the process of obtaining licensure to purchase items needed to complete their licensure requirements. Funding is intended for the purchase of items as necessary for licensure after an
Grants to Nebraska qualified child care providers to replace items damaged in the March 2019 blizzard and flooding. Funding is intended for the purchase of developmentally appropriate toys, equipment, and safety items necessary for continued quality child care. Allow
Award to a Nebraska physician to recognize outstanding voluntary contributions to health care. A cash award will be gifted to a health-related nonprofit of the recipient’s choice. Nominations are invited on behalf of physicians who have gone outside the scope of their
Grants to Nebraska nonprofits in eligible regions for programs that benefit local communities. Funding is intended to support emerging and unmet charitable needs. Preference will be given to initiatives that directly impact the lives of local residents, offer a broad be
Grants of up to $1,500 to Southeast Nebraska nonprofit organizations, school organizations, church schools, and preschools in eligible counties for programs that address essential needs of local residents. Eligible counties include Gage, Jefferson, Lancaster, Saline, Se
Grants starting at $2,000 to Nebraska nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies for humanities projects featuring a media or digital component. Eligible media include film, radio, television, websites, and other digital media.
Grants ranging from $100 to $2,000 to Nebraska nonprofit organizations, public agencies, and government agency subdivisions for immediate access to funds for a variety of arts-related projects. Examples of eligible projects include performances, exhibitions, poetry read
Grants to Nebraska emergency medical service providers to support the continuing education of their staff. Funding is intended to support skills-focused classes that review core EMS skills, such as assessments, splinting, and vitals. Classes must meet the EMS Education
Grants to Nebraska and Colorado nonprofit organizations for education, religion, and/or community-oriented programs. Funding will specifically be provided for programs taking place in the Western Panhandle of Nebraska and/or in extreme Northeast Colorado. Successful