Give a Donation
Contributors like you ensure Nebraska Appleseed can fight for justice and opportunity wherever we can do the most good — in the courthouse, at the Capitol, and with the community. Give a tax-deductible donation online today or send a contribution by mail to:
941 O Street, Suite 920
Lincoln, NE 68508
Note: While we are occupying a temporary office space in light of the fire at our Terminal Building office, we are still receiving regular mail service at the 941 O Street, Suite 920 address.
For more information about Appleseed and ways to give, please contact Nic Swiercek, Director of Development & Engagement, at (402) 438-8853 x110 or email@example.com.
Become a Monthly Sustainer
A monthly donation is simple to set up and makes a big difference! Monthly sustainers provide Appleseed the stability and flexibility to pivot quickly when urgency is needed, make the biggest impact, and sustain the fight for justice over the long haul.
For questions about becoming a monthly sustainer contact Emma Rasmussen, Development Associate, at (402) 438-8853 x127 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art + Justice: Poster Prints Benefiting Nebraska Appleseed
Each year since 2011, a group of Nebraska artists design limited edition poster prints for Nebraska Appleseed’s annual event, the Good Apple Awards. With only 35 18″x24″ silkscreen prints made of each, you’re buying an item that is truly unique, and supporting the fight for justice in Nebraska while you’re at it. Posters are printed at Lincoln’s own Screen Ink, on American-made paper from family-owned French Paper Co.
100% of poster proceeds benefit Appleseed’s efforts to fight for justice and opportunity for all. Purchases are not tax deductible.
Nebraska Appleseed is a proud member of the Community Services Fund, a workplace giving coalition of 65 diverse non-profit Nebraska organizations. Member organizations offer education, advocacy and direct services that enhance the quality of life for all Nebraskans. Community Services Fund raises money through workplace giving campaigns, primarily through payroll deduction across the state. Designate Nebraska Appleseed on your Community Services Fund, United Way, or Combined Federal Campaign pledge form!
If you would like to learn more about including the Community Services Fund in your workplace campaign, contact Emma Rasmussen, Development Associate, at 402-438-8853 x127or email@example.com.
Foundation and Grant Support
Nebraska Appleseed is grateful for the generous foundation and grant support it receives from our following partners. For inquires about making a grant to Appleseed please contact Nic Swiercek, Director of Development & Engagement, at 402-438-8853 x110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Albertsons Companies Foundation – Pleasanton, CA
CASA de Maryland – Langley Park, MD
Claire M. Hubbard Foundation – Omaha, NE
Cooper Foundation – Lincoln, NE
Food Research & Action Center – Washington, DC
Food Research & Action Center / Walmart Foundation – Washington, DC
Fred & Eve Simon Foundation – Omaha, NE
Health Center Association of Nebraska – Omaha, NE
The Holland Foundation – Omaha, NE
Kitty M. Perkins Foundation – Cambridge, NE
Lincoln Community Foundation – Lincoln, NE
Lozier Foundation – Omaha, NE
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger – Los Angeles, CA
Mutual of Omaha – Omaha, NE
National Council of Jewish Women – New York, NY
Nebraska Legal Aid & Services Fund – Lincoln, NE
NEO Philanthropy: Four Freedoms Fund – New York, NY
Open Society Foundations – New York, NY
OSHA – Washington, DC
Peter Kiewit Foundation – Omaha, NE
Public Welfare Foundation – Washington, DC
Richard Brooke Foundation – Omaha, NE
Sherwood Foundation – Omaha, NE
State Policy Advocacy & Reform Center (SPARC) – Washington, DC
Union Pacific Foundation – Omaha, NE
Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock – Manhasset, NY
The Viking Foundation of Lincoln – Lincoln, NE
Weitz Family Foundation – Omaha, NE
William & Ruth Scott Family Foundation – Omaha, NE
Women’s Fund of Greater Omaha – Omaha, NE
Woods Charitable Fund – Lincoln, NE
Working Poor Families Project – Chevy Chase, MD