Community Services Fund
Who is Community SErvices FUnd of Nebraska?
- Community Services Fund is a coalition of 57 diverse non-profit organizations, some of whom provide services statewide. Member organizations offer education, advocacy and direct services that promote innovative solutions and enhance the quality of life for all Nebraskans.
- Community Services Fund raises money through workplace campaigns primarily payroll deduction. Member organizations are largely supported by individual donor contributions. Community Services Fund gives them the opportunity to access funds from donors who give at work.
- Community Services Fund is always looking to partner with workplaces across Nebraska to offer our member agencies as a payroll giving choice!
Current information on philanthropy from the Non-Profit Quarterly.
20 November 2014, 2:05 pm
How Nonprofit Leadership Prepares for Its Future
Nonprofit leaders display characteristics that need to be passed on to future nonprofit executives. more information
20 November 2014, 1:50 pm
Stanford University Focuses on Arts District
Stanford University invests in an Arts District amid the technological prowess of Silicon Valley. more information
20 November 2014, 1:46 pm
Funding the Ferguson Commission to Do Something
One of the challenges to Governor Jay Nixon’s Ferguson Commission is to ensure that its report doesn’t end up on a shelf collecting dust. more information
20 November 2014, 1:39 pm
Sharpton’s National Action Network Continues to Attract Financial Questions
Controversy follows Rev. Al Sharpton everywhere, including questions about the finances of his nonprofit, the National Action Network. more information
20 November 2014, 1:35 pm
At Great Risk: The Murder of Indigenous Environmental Activists in Peru
With violence towards environmental activists on the rise globally, those responsible must be held accountable. more information
19 November 2014, 2:33 pm
Ferguson Commission Members Announced: Will They Tackle Race?
A few days after Missouri’s Governor Nixon called a state of emergency, he has confirmed the membership of the Ferguson Commission. more information
19 November 2014, 2:26 pm
Group Uses Fictitious Children to Boost Fundraising: Poverty Porn?
A boarding school makes use of imaginary children in a marketing scheme to raise funds. Is this “poverty porn?” more information
19 November 2014, 2:07 pm
Honoring Boston’s Late Mayor Menino and the Dudley Street Initiative
The right long-tenured mayor can do wonders for resident action, and Boston’s Dudley Street is a good example. more information