We at NADP are very excited to once again participate in Give To Lincoln Day on May 28, 2020. You don't have to wait though - online giving begins at 12:00am on May 1! All donations made for the Give To Lincoln challenge will help NADP receive a proportional share of the challenge match fund, which is $500,000 this year. Last year, thousands of individuals made donations to 438 local nonprofit organizations, raising a record $5.6 million for the nonprofit community! Due to the current public health crisis, donors are encouraged to give online.
Give To Lincoln Day is a wonderful opportunity for Nebraskans of all walks of life to invest in and partner with the growing movement to end the broken death penalty in our state once and for all. Are you eager to help? Your donation will help propel the movement forward in the coming months; with your help, NADP will work hard to rebuild a statewide operation and meet a series of ambitious goals:
Identifying new repeal champions in the State Legislature
Growing outreach and education efforts for elected representatives and prosecutors
Gathering support for "less-than-lethal" legislation that increases transparency and accountability surrounding the administration of the death penalty
Building organizing infrastructure, including full-time staff
Engaging in robust social media campaigns
Investing in public outreach efforts: tabling, book clubs, vigils, movie screenings, discussion panels, etc.
Producing new thought-provoking materials to further challenge the death penalty as bad public policy
If you prefer to donate offline, checks may be mailed directly to the address below (mail only, no drop-offs please):
Lincoln Community Foundation
215 Centennial Mall South, Suite 100
Lincoln, NE 68508
Be sure to make the check out to Lincoln Community Foundation, and add Nebraskans Against the Death Penalty to the memo line - or if you are donating to multiple nonprofits, simply write one check and include a list of nonprofits and the amount you wish to allocate to each.
Checks must be postmarked no later than May 23.