2016 Charitable Giving Campaign
August 1-26, 2016
The Nebraska State Employees Charitable Giving Campaign is the State’s official workplace giving campaign and provides state employees a meaningful opportunity to give back to their local communities.
Dollars raised by this campaign stay in Nebraska and have immediate impact on the lives of our family, friends, co-workers and neighbors.
Since 2003, through the generosity of state employees, this campaign has raised over $5.1 million dollars to support more than 400 charitable organizations throughout Nebraska.
This is an outstanding example of how state employees continue to serve the public beyond their jobs.
Your continued support allows these organizations to provide disaster relief, support community enhancement projects, educational programs, and offer needed aid for those suffering from chronic illness.
Total Donors: 1,987
Overall total: $349,861.17
Dollars Raised: $80,251.21| Miles Traveled: 334 miles
CaptainS: Calder Lynch, Director, DHHS - Division of Medicaid & Long-Term Care
Sheri Dawson, Director, DHHS - Division of Behavioral Health
Dollars Raised: $17,784.74 | Miles Traveled: 74 miles
Captain: Scott R. Frakes, Director
Department of Correctional Services
Dollars Raised: $74,482.33 | Miles Traveled: 310 miles
CaptainS: Rhonda Lahm, Director, Department of Motor Vehicles
Darrell Fisher, Executive Director, Nebraska Crime Commission
Dollars Raised: $76,336.25 | Miles Traveled: 318 miles
Captain: Bruce Ramge, Director, Department of Insurance
John Albin, Commissioner, Department of Labor
Dollars Raised: $58,957.56 | Miles Traveled: 246 miles
Captain: Kyle Schneweis, Director
Department of Roads
The State's Charitable Giving Campaign has been the #1 overall Lincoln & Lancaster County United Way Campaign for the past 7 years.
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