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Happy Holidays from Community Health Charities of Nebraska!

Happy Holidays to you and yours from Community Health Charities of Nebraska. We truly appreciate all of your support over this past year and look forward to working with you in 2017!

Because of donors who give so generously during our campaigns throughout the year, our 19 member charities are able to make a difference in the lives of those living with a chronic health condition in Nebraska.

To make a year-end gift to CHC-NE and our 19 member charities directly, click here. And to make an impact year-round, contact us about making an annual gift or contributing through a workplace campaign.

We are also proud partners with United Way in both Lincoln and Omaha. When you contribute through your local workplace campaign, CHC-NE and our 19 charities will receive a percentage of the dollars. Learn more in the Omaha and Lincoln sections of our web site.



National advocate for dying patients and family caregivers. Dedicated to increasing awareness and access to hospice care for all, including children, veterans and underserved communities.


Liz Osterman is a young woman who does all of the normal things a young woman does, plus a lot more. Liz also checks her blood sugar at least four times a day, counts carbohydrates for everything she eats, closely monitors her exercise - and takes insulin to stay alive. Liz was six years old when she was diagnosed with type I (Juvenile) diabetes. Her parents, Blane and Kathie Osterman, knew nothing about diabetes and thought her symptoms - wetting the bed and being thirsty - probably meant she had a bladder infection. Instead, they learned she had a life-altering disease. They turned to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation for information and peer support.







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