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A Note About Donation Amounts:

 

Thank you for considering a donation to these funds. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. To donate to the various funds, simply click the donation under the fund you wish to support. You will be asked to fill in the amount you wish to donate and whether it is a one-time donation or a monthly amount. The average amount ranges between $100 and $1,000. Again, thank you for your community support!

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The Japanese Hall / Legacy of the Plains Museum

​The Japanese Hall, presently located on Avenue C in Scottsbluff, was constructed in 1928. For decades, this building was used for Japanese language classes, dances, festivals, theater productions, sports clubs, and church services.The Friendly Circle Bazaar was held at the building from  the 1950’s through 2016 to help maintain the building.  The Young Men’s Association and the Ian Kai also assisted in preserving the building.  The owner has agreed to donate the building to the Legacy of the Plains Museum.

Funds are being raised to move this historic building here, restore it, and reopen the doors to show off new exhibits featuring collections from the Japanese community. This move would ensure that the building and heritage of the Japanese of the High Plains would be preserved and protected for future generations.

Friends of

Alzheimers / Dementia

This fund was established to support charitable and educational purposes, and specifically to receive and distribute funds for Friends of Alzheimers and Dementia.  

Heartland Express Fund

This fund was set up to accept donations or grants for the promotion of the Heartland Express. This is a “donor advised” fund and the advisers are the Heartland Express Committee. The funds are used for the expenses incurred for the continuing promotion of the Heartland Express.

18th Street Plaza Project

This fund was set up to accept donations or grants for the 18th Street Project in Downtown Scottsbluff. This project is on schedule, closing off 18th Street for an outdoor venue area, a new ice rink, covered parking, and more for the Farmer's Market and other local outdoor events. 

Hemingford Community Foundation

The Hemingford Community Foundation will be a community catalyst which ignites ideas and inspires a future; specifically to strategize, foster and create legacies for the future of the community of Hemingford.

23 Club Baseball

23 Club strives to help the youth of the community develop their passion for baseball/softball by providing a safe and fun environment that emphasizes hard work, sportsmanship, and honesty.

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Rachel's Challenge

This fund was created to receive and distribute funds for bringing the message of Rachel's Challenge to area schools in the Panhandle. To learn more about Rachel's Challenge, visit our page

Common Grounds Dog Park

Common Grounds Dog Park fund was established for fenced-in, off-leash dog parks in the Scottsbluff/Gering community. A dog park promotes responsible dog ownership, a safe environment for citizens to exercise their dogs, and a common ground that promotes neighbors meeting neighbors and community building.

Life Change Connection

This fund was established to help local and Panhandle residents learn about diabetes, through education and research.

Old West Balloon Fest

On Labor Day weekend, citizens from across Nebraska and neighboring states will have the chance to marvel at the launch of 30 hot air balloons in Mitchell. After liftoff, attendees will enjoy food booths and vendors, a national music act with a night glow and fun activities for the whole family.

The Splash

This fund was created to allow community members to support the Splash Pool by making donations to the Splash Foundation.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is an international non-profit Christian sports ministry based in Kansas City with local chapters. It is an interdenominational Christian sports ministry to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.

Bone Marrow Donor Fund

This fund was created to receive and distribute funds for the continuing research for the Bone Marrow Donor project which includes matching bone marrow from donors with patients.

Monument Prevention Coalition

This Coalition's mission is to create a community consensus that clearly states that underage alcohol use is illegal, unhealthy, and unacceptable.

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