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This Holiday Season we are once again so very grateful for all of our donors and volunteers who are as committed as we are to bringing hope and healing to our fellow Nebraskans living with chronic illness, disability and end-of-life issues. We also give thanks for our workplace giving partners – United Way of the Midlands, United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County, the CFC and State of Nebraska combined campaigns, and all of those business and industry leaders across Nebraska who hosted a “Partners in Health” campaign this year. Raising money for our member charities takes a team and we are so happy that you are all a part of our team.

While many of our workplace giving campaigns have wrapped up, our annual Curt Gordon Memorial CHC-NE Foundation drive is still underway. To those of you who have already given – Thank You! For those of you who haven’t, there is still time to send in your 2014 tax deductible gift. 

The dedication and generosity of all of you provides the fuel for a brighter future for those living with disease and disability. From all of us at Community Health Charities of Nebraska – THANK YOU and warmest wishes for a Happy Holidays!!

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