“We love what we did,” Sharon Holyoke said. “And we just hope we leave the world a better place than we started.”
When the pandemic hit Nebraska businesses, the Nebraska Business Development Center sought to lessen its impact.
In less than three weeks, three University of Nebraska at Omaha students teamed up with the University of Nebraska Medical Center to deliver a potentially life-saving mobile app.
The University of Nebraska Emergency Assistance Fund supports students and employees on all four campuses in times of personal hardship. This year when our campuses
Through the thoughtfulness of an old friend, a student scholarship fund honors the life of University of Nebraska alumnus and WWII veteran Robert K. Oswald
Each morning, Angela, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln student, wakes up at 4:30 a.m. to care for her partner, who recently resumed full-time work after he
Contributors provided nearly $1,500 to help University of Nebraska–Lincoln students and the Husker Pantry during the annual Give to Lincoln Day on May 28, 2020.
Contributors to the annual Omaha Gives event gave more than $38,000 in gifts to support causes at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, University of
Grant of $1.5 million will provide emergency cardiac care equipment, emergency medical training Providing emergency cardiac care equipment to Nebraska hospitals in response to COVID-19
The emergency hand sanitizer project at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in partnership with the Nebraska ethanol industry and other corporate partners is asking the public
The current health pandemic creates unprecedented needs for the people and organizations we care about, including the University of Nebraska. Giving Tuesday Now (#GivingTuesdayNow) is
Two students at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA) in Curtis are wrapping up their spring semester of college, thanks in part to scholarship
University of Nebraska at Kearney alumnus Dr. Alan L. Smith feels he was never able to fully participate in his college experience. While studying at
For months, the effects of COVID-19 have stretched across our campus, our city, our state and our world. The pandemic has affected the health of
The College of Education celebrated the dedication of the Hoehner Family Conference Room on Feb. 28, 2020. With the Hoehners’ gift, the college was able to redevelop the frequently used conference space, giving it new flooring, furnishings, lighting and a multimedia upgrade that includes an 82-inch television monitor and the latest video conferencing capabilities.
When you make a gift to the University of Nebraska Foundation you can trust that it will be used in the way in which it was intended. That’s a promise we’ve kept with our donors since our organization was founded in 1936.