Donate now and FNBO will match!
Now through December 25, 2020 First National Bank will match an additional $.50 (up to $25,000) for every $1 contributed to Mid-Plains United Way through this link: https://app.mobilecause.com/e/qPr8Gw?vid=fcxlo or by texting JOY2020 to 40403
Due to the impact of the COVID pandemic, FNBO knows that many individuals and families are facing hardship this holiday season. In the spirit of giving, you are invited to make a donation to your local United Way chapter.
United Way is uniquely positioned to allocate resources to organizations in communities across the FNBO footprint; addressing basic needs such as housing stability, food insecurity, medical expenses and other financial support.
Your contribution will help individuals and families meet their basic needs throughout the holidays and beyond.
Currently, Mid-Plains United Way is in desperate need of donations to maintain funding to its partner agencies. The impact of COVID-19 has prevented many faithful donors from making their yearly contribution. Currently, $61,789.66 has been donated, but the organization is in need of an additional $138,210.34 to maintain full funding for its partner agencies. Please consider making your end-of-year donation to Mid-Plains United Way.
Partner Agencies: Bridge of Hope Child Advocacy Center, Community Action Homeless Prevention, Head Start, Lincoln County CASA, Girl Scouts, Community Connections Mentoring, Lutheran Family Services, West Central District Health Department Minority Health Program, Salvation Army, Nebraska Youth Center, Community Connections Substance Abuse Prevention, L2 for Kids, Guardians of the Children, The Connection Homeless Shelter, North Platte Senior Center, North Platte Kids Academy.
Donate Here for match opportunity: By texting JOY2020 to 40403 or by following this link https://app.mobilecause.com/e/qPr8Gw?vid=fcxlo
Donate via website: https://www.midplainsunitedway.com/
Donate via mail: P.O. Box 172, North Platte, NE 69103
Thank you, and blessings of JOY during this holiday season.