FACF's mission is to improve the quality of life in the Fremont area by connecting donor interests with community needs and serving as a leader and catalyst in the development of solutions.
Fremont Area Community Foundation
605 N. Broad Street, P.O. Box 182
Fremont, NE 68025
Fax: (402) 721-9359
Tax ID 47-0629642
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2013 Nonprofit Resources Program Participants Announced
The following organizations have been selected to participate in the 2013 Nonprofit Resources Program.
- Care Corps
- Fremont Area Art Association
- Jefferson House
- Joseph's Coat (Blair)
- Keene Memorial Library
These organizations will be participating in a year long capacity building program led by Mary Lee Fitzsimmons.
2013 Strong Nonprofits Program
The trainings are underway for the 2013 Strong Nonprofits Program. Grant Writing and Succession Planning seminars have been held this year. The upcoming trainings topics include:
- Quickbooks Training, led by Don Glenn, Metropolitan Community College
- Marketing for Nonprofits, led by Bill Vobejda, FAMC/Adjunct Professor at Midland University
2012 Strong Nonprofits Participants
A series of four community trainings were offered in conjunction with the Intensive Program in 2012. Four new trainings will be held in 2013.
The 31 organizations who benefited from the trainings included: Arlington Community Church, Arlington Community Fund, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Camp Fontanelle, Care Corps, Inc., COPE, Crisis Center for Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault, Dodge County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Fremont Area Community Foundation, Fremont Area Medical Center Foundation, Fremont Area United Way, Fremont Chamber of Commerce, Fremont Civil Air Patrol, Fremont Family YMCA, Fremont Jaycees, Gideon’s Army, Girl Scouts of Nebraska, Goldenrod Hills Community Action Partnership, Habitat for Humanity, HETRA, Jefferson House, John C. Fremont Days, Inc., Keene Memorial Library, Low Income Ministry, Lutheran Family Services, MainStreet Fremont, Mosaic, Rebuilding Together, Saint Patrick’s Catholic Church, Scribner Public Library, and Uehling Area Foundation.The following organizations attended all four trainings!
- Arlington Community Church
- Big Brothers/Big Sisters
- Care Corps Homeless Shelter
- Christian Outreach Program of Elkhorn
- Crisis Center for Domestic Abuse/Sexual Assault
- Fremont Area Community Foundation
- Fremont Civil Air Patrol
- Fremont Jaycees
- Jefferson House
- Lutheran Family Services
- Rebuilding Together
|Why is FACF important to the Fremont area?||Important Grants Program Changes Announced||Summer Food Program Opportunities Available||Gift Planning Tools Now Available||Sports Participation Scholarships Available|
|FACF's mission is connecting donor interests with community needs. Together, we can work to make a better community for generations to come.||The FACF Grants Program has new application guidelines for the remainder of 2013. The next grant application deadline is July 1, 2013.||The 2013 Summer Lunch Program Coordinating Team has once again been at work planning for another wonderful summer supporting area families.||Gift planning tools,articles and resources are now available on this website. See how your gift can provide for your community now and forever.||Sports participation scholarships are available through the Schilke-Novak Kids' Sports Trust for young athletes in the Fremont area.|