Generous donors change the lives of students and others in Nebraska every day.
It's all in the family for UNK scholarship donors
“The way we look at it,” Jack says, “we have our own alumni association.”
UNMC donors leave things better than they found them
Mary Pearson grew up in the Great Depression. Her father, a farmer, didn’t have money to buy her and her twin sister dresses to go to their high school graduation party. So they stayed home.
Happy UNO donor makes students feel the same
Miss Betty Jean Haupt must have had fun at Omaha U.
Scholarship honors parents who contributed to "the good life"
“My parents are dyed in the wool Nebraskans,” he says. “They grew up in tough times, when everything was at a premium. … One thing my family has learned is that Nebraska’s greatest resource is its people. “That’s what makes ‘the good life’ in Nebraska.”
Of fathers, sons and daughters
Anne Martin doesn’t remember much about the night her dad got inducted into the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame. It was 1993. She was just 2 years old. But someone captured it on VHS tape back then and mailed a copy to her parents.
UNO alums love giving back to their alma mater
Bob was a bouncer at an Omaha bar, the Dundee Dell. It was a small, dark place in those days. Margaret was sitting by a front window. The sun was shining on her red hair.
WWII and a young soldier/typist finds a girl just his type
Around midnight, someone walked through the barracks and called out his name. Keith Bennett? Keith Bennett? Yes, sir.
UNO Athletics announces major gift toward academic success
The University of Nebraska Omaha athletic department and the University of Nebraska Foundation today announced a leadership gift by local benefactors Brian and Carey Hamilton toward the construction of an on-campus Academic Excellence Center that will carry their name.
Hennings increase access to education with forever scholarship fund
The children of Harvey J. and Betty L. Henning of Kearney have established a student scholarship in their parents’ honor at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
The sweetest voice he ever heard, again
By 2003, Eric Silvius had not heard his wife speak in 13 years. Multiple sclerosis had taken her voice. It had taken her ability to swallow. Her arms. Her legs. Her clear vision. It had taken the job she loved as a psychologist.
Donor who came from nothing gives a great deal to UNK
Robert Sahling says he came from “exactly nothing.”
Nursing scholarship honors mom who helped dad and others
Her father encouraged her to go to college, get an education and become successful. Harriett J. Steele did just that, graduating as one of only a few female students from the Ohio State University in the 1940s.
Quilt museum celebrates 10th anniversary, gifts that made it possible
Nebraska’s International Quilt Study Center & Museum turns 10 and reflects on its unique mission and the many charitable contributions that brought it to life.
Women Investing in Nebraska to fund Nebraska nonprofits, university projects
WIN asks potential grant seekers to submit a letter of inquiry by Feb. 19, 2018.
Our employee wellness program is getting recognition – a lot of it
Long appreciated by our employees, our wellness program is racking up recognition and awards from outside our organization.