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Beginning the Process of Change in Norfolk

On October 17, at an off-the-beaten-track banquet hall in Norfolk, something remarkable happened. Health care providers, policy makers, nonprofit leaders, city officials, DHHS employees and more came together to discuss a topic that’s not always easy: What they can be

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Nebraska Impact: the model for change that actually works

By Jenny Skala, Vice President of Community Impact Every nonprofit organization has a mission. And the more focused that mission is, the easier it is to see the way forward. I mean, if your mission is to ensure that the

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Why prevention matters to all of us: The long-term effects of child abuse to our kids and our culture

Part of the belief that whether a parent abuses a child is that family’s personal “business” is the failure to admit that the outcome of abuse affects all of us. How? Countless obvious ways . . . and some that

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Redefining collaboration with the Fremont United Way

By Wendy Van, Vice President of Development On the evening of April 2, I was honored to be part of the Campaign Victory Celebration for the Fremont United Way. This dedicated, committed team exceeded their fundraising goals and added several

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