Grantmaking Impact

GGICF recently awarded $63,114 to 11 area nonprofit organizations during its spring grant cycle in 2023

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, Greater Grand Island nonprofits and the Nebraskans they serve are being impacted in amazing ways! Organizations that received funding include:

Spring Grant Awardees

Stuhr Museum Foundation - $5,000

  • Taylor Ranch/Education Expansion

GRACE Cancer Foundation - $2,500

  • Food and Fuel Assistance for Cancer Patients

Legal Aid of Nebraska - $10,000

  • Civil Legal Assistance to Victims of Domestic Violence

Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions, Inc. - $5,000

  • Strengthening Families Program Expansion

Heartland United Way - $4,000

  • Welcoming Week

College Park - $4,950.24

  • Theater Projector/Screen Replacement

YWCA of Grand Island - $2,800

  • Playground Renovation

Humanities Nebraska- $5,000

  • Humanities 50th Anniversary Chautauqua “What Connects Us” in Grand Island July 2023

St. Paul’s Cornerstone Early Learning Center- $2,489.05

  • St. Paul’s Cornerstone Summer Outreach


Covid-19 Community Compassion Fund Awardee

Mid Plains Center for Behavioral Health- $10,000

  • Coping Tools for Youth Crisis Response Program


Harold R Dunlap Grant Awardee

Cairo Community Foundation – $11,375

  • Cairo Volunteer Fire Department Protective Clothing Purchase



Turning Passion into Purpose.