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News & Announcements

  • 2015 Funding Cycle Dates Published

    CHE has posted the dates for our Spring and Fall 2015 Funding Cycles here. Click on the title of this article to download the file.

  • CHE Awards $590,000 In Fall 2014 Grant Cycle

    At its October meeting, the CHE Board of Trustees awarded grants for 12 projects totaling $591,864. Added to previous commitments, these awards bring to total committed in FY2014-15 to $1.5 million. since its inception in 1999, CHE had committed nearly $22 million to make Lincoln a healthier community. Click on the headline and download the news release for more information on the projects funded.

  • 2014 Community Conversations Series

    Topics and dates include:
    I Came Home from War, July 8, 1 – 2:30 p.m.
    I Am the Voice of Brain Injury, August 20, 10 – 11:30 a.m.
    I Graduated from Drug Court, September 25, 1 – 2:30 p.m.
    I Am a Cancer Survivor, October 16, 12 – 1:30 p.m.

    Follow the link then click on a date to register for free!

Workshops to Help Applicants Build Competitive Proposals

What’s your big idea for making Lincoln the healthiest community in the nation? Maybe it’s doing more of what you already do. Maybe it’s a brand new idea. Come to one of CHE’s Applicant Workshops on December 2 or 3 to learn how to turn your idea into a competitive CHE grant application. Workshops for the Spring 2015 Grant Cycle are set for Tuesday December 2, at 2 p.m. and Wednesday, December 3, at 9 a.m.

These interactive workshops will jumpstart with your idea and help you walk it through CHE’s application process. If you’ve been to an applicant workshop before, come back for a new and different approach. Both workshops cover the same content, so you need register for only one. The workshops will be held at CHE, 250 North 21st Street. Online registration is requested. You may also register by calling CHE at (402) 436-5516. Free parking is available in front of the building or in the parking lot at 21st and Q Streets north of the building.

Stage I Applications for the Spring 2015 Grant Cycle are due to CHE on Friday, January 30, 2015, at 5 p.m..

 

Community Conversations Feature Personal Stories

The final event in this fall's series of Community Conversations, My Story: I Am A Cancer Survivor, featured stories of the power of screenings and early detection. Thank you to the panelists who shared their experiences and to the Malone Community Center for partnering with CHE on this event. Watch for information about a new My Story series coming this spring. Contact Marcia White, CHE Program Manager, if you have ideas for stories you'd like to share or hear about people's interactions with Lincoln's health care safety net.

(From left) Derrick Anderson, MD, family practice physician; Tracy Rollins, breast cancer survivor; Larry Williams, prostate cancer survivor, panel moderator and Executive Director of the Malone Community Center.



2014 Annual Meeting Recap

Thank you to everyone who made this year's annual meeting a success. Olympic Gold and Bronze Medalist Curt Tomasevicz's inspired the crowd with his personal story of persistence and focus. Our special guest, double Olympic Gold Medalist Charlie Greene, reinforced Curt's message.

Congrats to our award winners, Kit Boesch, Closing the Gap Award; Staci Bell, Mike Tavlin Leadership Award, and Beth Brady and Susan Stibal, Horizon Award. See photos of these award winners on our Events and Awards page. Their hard work and dedication is putting us one step closer to becoming a healthier community! 

If you weren't able to join us for the meeting, watch it online here.

 


The Community Health Endowment (CHE) is working to make Lincoln, Nebraska, the healthiest community in the nation.

We keep a watchful eye on the horizon and on our vision, and we foster innovation, creativity, strong partnerships and the exchange of good ideas. It is a privilege to work toward a healthier Lincoln. We invite you to help guide our way.