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Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation announces more than $141K in grants

Most recent round of awards includes $22K to Presbyterian Disaster Assistance for Nebraska flood relief efforts

by Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation | Special to Presbyterian News Service

LOUISVILLE — When Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation sold one of its two retirement communities in 2017, its board was determined to help make a difference in Nebraska churches and communities by beginning an outward focus on its annual grant awards.

After 18 months of creating the grant process, the foundation announced six grants totaling $141,500. According to a foundation news release, the grants, awarded to churches and organizations, will partially fund projects supporting outreach activities to enhance or expand some aspect of the ministry of those churches and organizations.

The grants went to:

The spring flooding that left many Nebraskans homeless and farms and livelihoods destroyed led the board to donate more than $22,000 to Presbyterian Disaster Assistance to aid PDA’s flood recovery response.

More information about Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation is available at its website,


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