Throughout the month of May, to celebrate Give To Lincoln Day , every dollar donated to Center for People in Need will GROW BIGGER with a proportional share of the $450,000 challenge match fund provided by Lincoln Community Foundation and its sponsors. This is your once-yearly chance to make your always generous support for CFPIN even greater. Every participating nonprofit . . .
Project ALL is a Leadership Lincoln program designed to provide leadership training for those with an interest in serving Lincoln by elevating the voices of under-represented Lincolnites. After participating in a poverty simulation and riding StarTran buses as part of a monthly seminar, two things became exceedingly clear to our group: 1) Many of our neighbors rely on the city . . .
Dear Friends of Center for People in Need, The catastrophic flooding across our state is much more than a top news story everywhere we look. It’s left many of our neighbors, friends and families with little or nothing. As friends of the Center, we know you have great compassion for others in need so we’d like to share ways you might be able to help. The Center has . . .
Center for People in Need received a grant from Community Health Endowment last year to look at the barriers and obstacles facing Lincoln’s refugee population regarding health care. CFPIN contracted with Schmeeckle Research, Inc. to conduct a qualitative study, interviewing refugees and service providers about healthcare systems and navigation. Valuable information was gleaned to inform healthcare providers and others about the . . .
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