Community Services Fund of Nebraska Adds 3 New Agencies for the 2019 Campaign
Lincoln, NE – Community Services Fund of Nebraska is excited to announce the addition of three new member agencies for the 2019 Campaign, giving employees more choices in their workplace giving campaigns. This brings their member agency list total up to 70 nonprofits across the state, all working to enhance the quality of life in Nebraska.
New agencies include:
- Bridges to Hope provides support, encouragement, and tangible items necessary to furnish a new home, to men and women who have been released from incarceration.
- Food Bank for the Heartland serves as a clearinghouse to distribute emergency food (fresh produce, dairy, shelf stable food) to partners in 93 counties in Nebraska and western Iowa.
- Nebraska Recycling Council provides assistance and resources to reduce, reuse, and recycle materials for their highest and best use, protecting Nebraska’s good life for future generations.
“We are excited to add these great organizations to our 2019 Campaign,” said Melissa Filipi, Executive Director. “Community Services Fund of Nebraska is committed to continued growth, increasing the fundraising capacity of our nonprofit members, and providing expanded choices for donors. Our members represent the arts, environment, education, animals, social justice, and more!”
Community Services Fund of Nebraska is a federation of nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life in Nebraska, and exists to connect donors to the causes they care about most. CSF makes it easy and effective for workplaces and employees to support positive change in their communities by making donations through payroll deduction.
CSF 2017 Campaign Impact Report Released
We are excited to share with you our 2017 Campaign Impact report! CSF had 64 member agencies with 38 worksites including Community Services Fund in their employee giving campaign. We were able to raise $584,791 for our member agencies to continue to enhance the quality of life in Nebraska. Thank you to all who made this possible!
Follow the link or click the picture to see the full report:
CSF 2016 Campaign Impact Report Released
We are excited to share with you our 2016 Campaign Impact report. CSF had 62 member agencies with 37 worksites including Community Services Fund in their employee giving campaign. We were able to raise $612,148 for our member
agencies to continue to enhance the quality of life in Nebraska. Thank you to all
who made this possible! Follow the link to see the full report:
Melissa Filipi Named CSF's New Executive Director - March 2017
We are excited to announce Community Services Fund's new Executive Director, Melissa Filipi.
Melissa Filipi is a nonprofit professional focused on connecting donors with those organizations that best embody their passions and values to build a lasting relationship and a stronger community. After spending more than 16 years working with non-profits to build integrated development and marketing plans, Melissa knows how to build sustainable support, provide for program growth, all while keeping the focus on the donor as the top priority.
Melissa has developed programs and processes from the ground up that increase overall support, create growth for programming capacity, and improve efficiency and accountability for organizations in the community.
Melissa has worked for animal welfare and environmental causes, as well as grant-making organizations. After 10 years as a board member, three years as co-chair for the annual Give and Gain Conference, and Vice President for Programming for four years, she currently serves as the President of Charitable Gift Planners of Nebraska as well as a committee member for the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning.
Melissa holds a Bachelor of Arts (International Affairs and French) from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. After successfully completing the volunteer and employment-based requirements, as well as extensive testing in all aspects of development, she has maintained her designation as a Certified Fundraising Executive.