PJ Party Event Update
Mark your calendars friends of the Crisis Center! Before you know it, Fall will be hot on our tails and ready to make some memories on the road before winter hits. This is Nebraska after all. We had so much fun last year with our poker run, and we want to do it all again.
The Crisis Center Grand Island is participating in the area's Go Big Give Day on May 2nd, 2019. Join us at our location from 11 am until 3 pm that day and "Sweet Yo' Self" with ice cream sundaes for safety.Each donor will get a chance to win a door prize!Come and tour our agency
Article originally appeared in the Grand Island Independent Most people are familiar with garden walk fundraisers, but the Crisis Center in Grand Island has decided to take the idea one step further by including more than just gardens in its first-ever Outdoor Explore fundraiser. The event will include a huge Husker-themed room and a backyard
Article originally appeared in the Grand Island Independent By Nikoel Hytrek firstname.lastname@example.org With flowers blooming and vegetables growing, there’s no better time for a walk outside, and the perfect opportunity is coming next week. Crisis Center Inc., a nonprofit focused on helping survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, is hosting its second annual Outdoor
Article originally appeared in the Grand Island Independent By Julie Blum email@example.com Gloomy weather didn’t keep the shine off of Go Big Give. The giving spirit of Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick counties was on full display during the 24 hours of online giving event Thursday. More than 100 nonprofits in those counties were the
Article originally appeared in the Grand Island Independent Written by Austin Koeller, Reporter Those at the Crisis Center and Hope Harbor will have blankets, pillows and stuffed animals to call their own this holiday season thanks to the generosity of Hall County employees. Hall County Supervisor Doug Lanfear and County Clerk Marla Conley coordinated a donation
Karla Schwieger-Arnold has been selected as the Crisis Center’s new executive director. Larson fills the vacancy created by Jenny Brown's departure in June. Schwieger-Arnold is new to the agency, however has an understanding of fundraising, the community, other non-profit experience and the services the Crisis Center offers survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. “I