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Lodgepole Community Fund Makes Grant to Lodgepole Depot Museum

 

September 29, 2022



LODGEPOLE – The Lodgepole Community Fund (LCF) has granted $500 to the Lodgepole Depot Museum to help cover the cost of repair work and paint for the outside of the museum. The estimated project cost is $7,000 and none of the work will begin until all funding is secured.

LCF was formed in 2019 to help preserve Lodgepole’s rich history and create a brighter future for our community. The committee works to achieve this by promoting charitable giving, growing the endowment (community savings account) and awarding grants to local causes and projects that address the emerging needs and opportunities in our community. As the endowment grows more money will be granted to Lodgepole.

If you wish to apply for a grant or if you wish to find out more information about how you can give back to LCF, please contact Chairperson Gwen Devie at [email protected] or any of the Fund Advisory Committee members: Bill Taylor, Janet Fox, Gordy Wilkins, Glenda Shellhorn, Laurie Abrams, Terry Christensen, Maryann Dickinson, Dana Hill, Linda Markel and Trinity Oliverius.

About Lodgepole Community Fund

The Lodgepole Community Fund is dedicated to progress and long-term prosperity. A volunteer Fund Advisory Committee works actively to increase charitable giving and award grants to local worthy causes and projects that are addressing emerging needs and future opportunities in our community. Lodgepole Community Fund is an affiliated fund of Nebraska Community Foundation. Learn more and support the work of LCF at http://www.nebcommfound.org/give/lodgepole-community-fund.

About Nebraska Community Foundation

Nebraska Community Foundation unleashes abundant local assets, inspires charitable giving and connects ambitious people to build stronger communities and a Greater Nebraska.

Headquartered in Lincoln, the Foundation serves communities, donors and organizations by providing financial management, strategic development, education and training to a statewide network of 1,500 volunteers serving over 270 communities.

In the last five years, 45,915 contributions have been made to NCF and its affiliated funds. Since 1994, NCF has reinvested $423 million in Nebraska’s people and places. For information, visit NebraskaHometown.org.

 

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