Chair's Letter

Celebrating 10 and looking ahead

Ten.In our decimal-based world, where money, first-down yardage, gymnastics, fingers and toes are counted in tens, that number is a milestone.Whatever you count, the numbers after 10 have a different significance when we move to double digits. Ten creates a different place value.This year we celebrate WIN's 10th grant awards, and for the next nine years, we will count our anniversaries with that foundational decade supporting us. The numeral 1 in the 10s place reflects our achievement, a … Read More

Previous Messages from the Chair

Committee updates

We need you. As a WIN member, you can join a committee anytime — just let us know at which group appeals to you!

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NCHS program goes virtual

WIN’s 2018-2019 grant recipient Nebraska Children’s Home Society has shared that they adapted the Raising Your Grandchildren educational and support program to an “at-home” version

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Messersmith webinar University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Business Instructor Amber Messersmith shared information about the student grant-making program she coordinates during WIN’s first webinar May 21.

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