Jen Gibbs, Central and Western Nebraska Territory Manager for Midwest Medical/DJO Global, has joined the West Central CHAD (Combined Health Agencies Drive) Board of Directors, representing Nebraska Kidney Association.
Effective July 1, 2019, Community Health Charities of Nebraska will change its name back to its original name, CHAD (Combined Health Agencies Drive).
“This opportunity lets us revert back to being a totally local and unique entity in the state and the country,” said Michelle Grossman, President and CEO. “Many of our donors, volunteers and community partners remember us as CHAD, so we are excited to move forward with a name from our past and let our future as an organization reflect all the great work and history the CHAD name encompasses.”
Business and community leaders from across the state were named to our CHC-NE Boards of Directors at our Annual Meeting on Aug. 22.
Community Health Charities of Nebraska (CHC-NE) has announced the 2018-2019 CHC-NE Campaign Chairs for the West Central Nebraska region. Stacy and Brian Sybrandts, Grand Island, will lead efforts to achieve this year’s regional goal of raising $175,000 for 22 health charities through the donor-focused nonprofit organization, said Kari Hooker-Leep, CHC-NE Regional Director.
Two new Fremont-area advocates have joined the Community Health Charities of Nebraska (CHC-NE) State Leadership Council: Tom Reilly, Midlands University and Chairman of the Great Plains Athletic Conference AT Committee, and Peggy Kennedy, retired from Fremont Health and Advocacy Chair for Arthritis Foundation.
Community Health Charities of Nebraska (CHC-NE) is proud to announce that five of its 22 member charities received the 2018 grants from the Curt Gordon Memorial CHC-NE Foundation. These funds were awarded above and beyond the quarterly distributions that these charities are receiving from CHC-NE, which are provided by donors through the annual statewide campaign.
Community Health Charities of Nebraska celebrated its annual meeting on Aug. 24, 2017, at Champions Run, sponsored by Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. Erik and Heather Younger, Ambassadors for both the March of Dimes, Nebraska & Western Iowa Market and the Nebraska Community Blood Bank, shared their family’s story as the keynote speaker. CHC-NE also announced campaign results for the 2016-2017 year, raising $1,896,822.