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Archbishop Bergan Catholic School
Archbishop Bergan Catholic School exists to instill a passion, as exemplified by Jesus Christ, for Faith, Knowledge and Service.
Arlington Community Foundation
The main purposes of the Arlington Community Fund, an affiliate of the Fremont Area Community Foundation, are to build community endowments of the affiliate fund, be a resource for a broad range of community needs (arts and culture, education, health and recreation, social services, civic improvements, etc) and assist donors in creating a lasting legacy through a variety of giving options.
Arlington Education Foundation
Our mission is to promote the well being of the students in Arlington school and community and to support and enrich the educational program of the Arlington Public Schools.
Calvin Crest Camp and Conference Center
Through Christian stewardship and hospitality, Calvin Crest provides facilities and programming to experience personal enrichment and community growth through recreation and fellowship in a retreat setting.
Care Corps Family Services
Providing a place of shelter, support & services--for homeless and near-homeless individuals and families--by empowering them to achieve independence, stability and life-long enrichment through community collaborations.
Cedar Bluffs Education Foundation
The primary purpose of the Fund shall be to provide for student scholarships and education-related projects for Cedar Bluffs Public Schools.
Dodge County Head Start
Dodge County Head Start promotes a caring, structured learning environment, giving children their first opportunity to learn important social and academic skills needed for success in education and life.
Dodge County Historical Society/Louis E. May Museum
The Dodge County Historical Society/Louis E. May Museum is the primary institution with responsibility to collect, preserve, research and interpret objects, artifacts, documents, published materials and sites relating to Dodge County, Nebraska's heritage and its cultural and built environment. As an educational institution, we encourage public interest and participation in activities through special purpose programs, publications and distribution of information via the news media.
Dodge County Humane Society
Our mission is to provide a place of shelter to the homeless, adandoned and surrendered animals; to adopt animals into responsible, warm and caring homes; to reunite lost pets with owners and to work with law enforcement agencies to eliminate animal abuse.
Dreamweaver Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to fulfilling life-long dreams for terminally ill seniors in need. We strive to improve the quality of life and are committed to honoring our most cherished generation in their final days. Making the impossible dream, possible.
Fremont Area Alzheimer's Collaboration
The mission of the Fremont Area Alzheimer's Collaboration is to provide support to those confronting Alzheimer's disease by raising funds to promote RESEARCH toward finding a CURE and practical information through EDUCATION to caregivers who deal with dementia on a daily basis.
Fremont Area Art Association
To promote visual art culture and education by encouraging cooperation and communication among artists, art teachers, art students, craftsmen, publishers, and others engaged in the visual arts; holding exhibitions and competitions; and promoting the study and appreciation of the arts by the public.
Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation
Together, Fremont Chamber members shape and advance the area as a vibrant, family-focused business community. (Together, Forging Fremont's Future.)
Fremont Area Habitat for Humanity
Seeking to put God's love into action, Fremont Area Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Fremont Area Marine Corps League
Members of the Marine Corps League join in camaraderie and fellowship for the purpose of preserving traditions. Voluntarily aiding and rendering assistance to all Marines, FMF Corpsmen, Chaplains, and their widows and orphans; and to perpetuate the history of the United States Marine Corps and by fitting acts to observe the anniversaries of historical occasions of particular interest to Marines.