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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Midlands Community Foundation Raises More Than $42,000 at its 2016 Golf Tournament Papillion, Neb., June 8, 2016 – Midlands Community Foundation raised more than $42,000 at its 2016 golf tournament at Platteview Country Club on Monday, May 16. At this year’s tournament, donations were awarded to Heartland Family Service’s Safe Haven Shelter […]
Midlands Community Foundation is accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations serving the needs of Sarpy and Cass counties in the area of education including, but not limited to, STEM, literacy, arts, leadership, peer and counseling support, backpack and clothing programs. PLEASE REVIEW THE EDUCATION GRANT GUIDELINES PRIOR TO COMPLETING YOUR EDUCATION GRANT APPLICATION.
Midlands Community Foundation is accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations that serve the needs of military veterans and their families. PLEASE REVIEW THE MILITARY GRANT GUIDELINES PRIOR TO COMPLETING YOUR MILITARY GRANT APPLICATION.
Midlands Community Foundation has awarded grants totaling $92,580 to 16 non-profit organizations serving Sarpy and Cass counties.
The Midlands Community Foundation Board of Directors has named three new members to its Board. They are Rick Iske, representing Springfield; Pat Sullivan, representing Bellevue; and Ken Summerfield, representing Papillion. Rick Iske is president and agent of Rick Iske Insurance, Inc., specializing in crop risk management. He also owns and operates Coyote Creek Farms, Inc. […]
Midlands Community Foundation is pleased to announce that Dr. Harlan and Cherie Metschke and Dr. Rick and Kyle Black will receive the Reflection Award at the organization’s 2016 Reflection Ball on Jan. 16, 2016, at the Embassy Suites in LaVista. Each year Midlands Community Foundation honors an individual or individuals who have contributed significantly to […]
Midlands Community Foundation is accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations. Grants are limited to organizations that provide services in the Foundation’s geographic area of Sarpy and Cass counties.