Article - 2 WIN grants aid domestic violence victims, babies in intensive care

Two $85,000 grants from Women Investing in Nebraska help victims of domestic violence and help infants with needed medical assessment and treatment.

Article - Boy with limited vision sees no limits in his future

Will Jensen, 6, knows he can’t see as well as most people because he has something called albinism that affects his eyesight. He also knows his grandparents did something big in his honor because...

Article - Husker mom one of many women helping Nebraska to WIN

Want to join a good-hearted group of women who want to help this state to win? Consider joining WIN (Women Investing in Nebraska).

Article - Women Investing in Nebraska awards annual grants

WIN has awarded two grants to Nebraska nonprofit groups. One grant will help provide health care services for those in need, and a second grant will help provide hearing aids for children.

Article - Intellicom celebrates milestone with UNK partnership

“Many of our employees came through UNK’s degree program, and we think the students in the program today are some of the best and brightest,” says Bryan Kuntz, vice president of operations for...

Article - Alumnus pays tribute to former professor supports renowned law psychology program

Students and faculty with UNL’s renowned law-psychology program will benefit for years to come because of the gift.

Article - UNMC macular degeneration regenerative medicine research bolstered by 1 3 million gift

The Pearsons’ gift helps fund research at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in macular degeneration and regenerative medicine and supports two existing endowed funds established at the...

Article - Buckle gift helps UNK and Kearney community

UNK students and the Kearney community benefit from a gift in honor of fashion retailer The Buckle, Inc. for student-athlete scholarships, athletic facilities and the campus Wellness Center.

Article - UNK receives 2 million to help Nebraska children and families

A gift of $2 million from alumnus Ron Williams and his wife, Cille, is destined to help Nebraska children and families for years to come.

Article - UNL starts fundraising for international trade and finance institute

Alumnus Clayton Yeutter has made a $2.5 million leadership gift to help create an international trade and finance institute, which will prepare graduates for in-demand careers.

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