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Nebraska Children raises $1,900+ at Dunkin’ Donuts grand opening!

Two great things happened today. First, Lincoln got its first Dunkin’ Donuts store at 27th and Old Cheney, giving our capital city access to some dynamite coffee and treats. To make things even better, the store’s owner, Bryce Bares of

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Project Everlast Lincoln has launched

By Mary Kate Gulick, Associate Vice President As of July 1, 2014, Lincoln now has a fully operational Project Everlast initiative. More than two years in the making, this new network of services will serve youth with foster care experience as

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Annual Egg Roll at the Governor’s Mansion

This Saturday, Governor Heineman and First Lady Sally Ganem hosted area families at their annual egg roll. The First Lady is a board member here at Nebraska Children, and we were grateful to have the chance to join the fun.

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Lincoln collaboration releases Vital Signs community research report

More than 400 community leaders attended a community breakfast this morning to learn more about Lincoln Vital Signs. This study has been a two year collaborative effort with leaders of Lincoln’s public, private and philanthropic organizations. To get a more

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Giving thanks with Project Everlast

By Mary Kate Gulick, Content Manager We’re 3 days away from Thanksgiving, our annual celebration of the abundance and love we’re so lucky to have in our lives. One look at your Facebook feed during November will remind you –

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Sixpence in action – new video!

Watch as the educators at Bryan’s child care center prepare the children of high school students for success in school and life, while helping their parents graduate and become better caregivers.

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Project Everlast Lincoln: The power of getting everyone in the same room

Project Everlast Lincoln is just getting started. It’s modeling itself after Project Everlast Omaha, the highly successful system of resources and supports for youth in foster care in the metro area. If the planning meeting last Tuesday is any indication, this

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