Thanks to the generosity of the Learning By Giving Foundation, Rhonda Seacrest and the partnership of the College of Business, Strive to Thrive Lincoln has the opportunity to allocate grants to non-profits in Lincoln/Lancaster County. We can award a minimum grant of $2,000 to multiple nonprofits, or up to a single maximum grant of $10,000.
Strive to Thrive Lincoln provides Nebraska Business students in the Management 411 class with the opportunity to grant funds to organizations that empower disadvantaged families in Lincoln/Lancaster County to attain sustainable, positive change, with special consideration given to those organizations that serve youth.
Strive to Thrive Lincoln is a University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Business management class learning how to lead people and projects. This hands on opportunity will allow our class to be philanthropic and work with nonprofits in Lincoln and Lancaster County.
Provide the following documents as attachments:
*It is expected that all proposals will be uploaded by the October 5 deadline. For consideration, proposals must be submitted on time, complete, and professional (typed, grammatically correct, etc.)
Should your organization be selected to receive all or part of the grant, you will be required to provide a report that includes how the money was used, who was impacted, and to what degree the community was impacted. This report needs to be submitted within 30 days after the funds are spent. Send reports to Professor Amber Messersmith and MNGT 411 class.