Combined Health Agencies Drive, formerly CHC-NE


Mission and Vision: Funding charities. Changing lives. A local, Nebraska-based organization since 1972, CHAD (Combined Health Agencies Drive) raises funds to support our 22 members' missions. We are raising awareness and improving lives for those facing chronic disease, disabilities and end-of-life issues. Most importantly, we connect people with health charities they are passionate about and give meaning and purpose to our supporters.

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Address: 212 S. 74th Street, Suite 205
5569, NE 68114
Phone Number: 402-333-0825
CHAD (Combined Health Agencies Drive) is a local, donor-designation driven organization that has been been raising funds for Nebraska's premier health charities for more than four decades. Valuable donations help Nebraskans in need by providing care and support for those affected by a health diagnosis; funding education and prevention programs in our communities; and supporting advocacy and medical research. Donors who give during our annual statewide campaign ensure our 22 member charities are funded on a consistent basis, and 100% of donor-designated dollars going directly to full-member charities.

Our member health charities include: The ALS Association Mid-America Chapter; Alzheimer's Association Nebraska Chapter; American Diabetes Association of Nebraska; American Lung Association in Nebraska; Arthritis Foundation Nebraska; Autism Action Partnership; Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska; Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, Nebraska/Iowa Chapter; Cystic Fibrosis Foundation-Nebraska Chapter; JDRF International - Heartland Chapter; Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Nebraska Chapter; March of Dimes, Nebraska & Western Iowa Market; Muscular Dystrophy Association of Nebraska; National MS Society - Mid America Chapter; Nebraska AIDS Project; Nebraska Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation; Nebraska Community Blood Bank; Nebraska Hospice and Palliative Care Association; Nebraska Kidney Association; Susan G. Komen Great Plains; Team Jack Foundation; and United Cerebral Palsy of Nebraska.