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.
26 January 2015, 2:41 pm
Who Do University Police Report To?
Colleges and universities employ campus police departments, but when officers are not required to comply with state public record laws, students and the public may be at risk. more information
26 January 2015, 2:36 pm
The Red Cross Has Some Explaining to Do
If you’re a charity, you don’t want a U.S. Senator asking why your overhead is so high. more information
26 January 2015, 2:32 pm
What Do Risk Capital and Business Alliances Have to Do with Opera?
With a nonprofit business model focused on innovation, collaboration and long planning horizons, Opera Philadelphia is helping to define what 21st-century opera will become. more information
26 January 2015, 2:28 pm
Whistleblower: DOJ Violated Federal Grant by Bunking Juveniles with Adult Inmates
A whistleblower’s effort prompts both Senate and Office of Special Counsel inquiries toward accountability and change. more information
26 January 2015, 2:22 pm
Civil Disobedience at the U.S. Supreme Court
For the second year in a row, members of 99Rise have protested inside the U.S. Supreme Court against the Citizens United ruling—and documented it on video. more information
26 January 2015, 2:14 pm
Wall Street Finds Social Impact Bonds to Be Attractive Investment Options
Goldman Sachs is “proud, very proud” of its leadership among Wall Street investment houses in the field of Social Impact Bond financing. more information
26 January 2015, 2:09 pm
Why Obama Is Visiting Saudi Arabia’s New Ruler—and Why He Shouldn’t
President Obama has already planned to cut his trip to India short to chat with King Salman, assuming there is much of a chat to be held. more information
23 January 2015, 2:27 pm
California Nonprofits Back Minimum Wage Increase—Conditionally
CalNonprofits supports an increase in the minimum wage, provided it compensates families for lost benefits and brings nonprofits assistance in dealing with rising costs. more information