Category: Announcements

From the Executive Director

As I write this, I am reflecting on the relationships that have made it possible for us to serve survivors, and it is with a heavy heart, I am reminded that in October we lost a truly authentic relationship builder,...

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Welcome Dani Jurgens!

We are excited to announce the return of Dani Jurgens to Friendship Home as the new Development Director.  Dani previously worked at Friendship Home, as a Case Manager and Volunteer Coordinator. In 2017 Dani moved on to work on her...

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Safe Quarters 2022 is in the Books!

That’s a wrap on Safe Quarters 2022. On Sunday, October 9th we spread awareness in the community and were able to raise funds for survivors of domestic violence through canvasing neighborhoods! We would like to extend a HUGE thank you...

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The Big Give

Friendship Home is thrilled to announce we have been selected as a finalist for The Big Give!  This is a local philanthropic initiative presented by Union Bank & Trust.  They have pledged to donate $100,00 to 10 Lincoln nonprofits for...

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Safe Quarters 2022!

Registration is now open for the 20th Annual Safe Quarters. This years event will be held on Sunday, October 9th. Safe Quarters is a one-day, community-wide effort to collect financial contributions for survivors of domestic violence and their children seeking...

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Thank You, Lincoln!

Thank you to everyone who supported Friendship Home during #GiveToLincolnDay!  We would not be able to provide services to survivors of domestic violence if it were not for the generosity of our community! Thank you!

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Executive Director Announcement

Friendship Home’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce Leah Droge as the new Executive Director of Friendship Home. The Board cited Ms. Droge’s broad experience within the organization, her vision for the agency’s future and her powerful commitment to...

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Clothed with Dignity

Our phenomenal volunteers, Debby and Emily, recently tackled a huge project for us. In January, they volunteered a combined total of 112 hours to transform a once cluttered basement into a space that meet the needs of the families served...

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Executive Director to Retire

As President of the Board for Friendship Home, it is with great gratitude that I wish our outgoing Executive Director, Amy Evans, a well-earned and peace filled retirement. Amy’s 35-year tenure with Friendship Home has been nothing short of transformational....

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