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 one in the "tens place" reflects our achievement, a … Read More

Previous Messages from the Chair

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

https://youtu.be/3qVBPMlqEz8 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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