Friends of NAP,
The board of directors at the Nebraska AIDS Project has been working diligently to consider the changing landscape of AIDS Service Organizations (ASOs) and the need to ensure that service offerings continue for people living with HIV in the state of Nebraska and beyond for years to come. The past year has been critical in our need to acknowledge that fundraising for HIV as a cause becomes more difficult with each year, and federally funded programs remain stagnantly funded or even reduced over time. I am proud of the leadership that NAP’s staff and board have committed to over the past year, and we are excited about some of the paths we are creating to ensure that HIV continues to be a sustainable focus in Nebraska for the future.
As we prepare to execute an ambitious strategic plan over the next 12-18 months, we know that the ultimate success of NAP will depend on the community’s response, and we appreciate the ongoing support from each of you. During this year’s Omaha Gives, we are asking friends to commit to the future with us! Like any strategic plan, ours will be supported by community members who share our vision for sustainable HIV care in Nebraska. We ask that you consider a donation in the amount of $50 (or more) to either Omaha Gives on May 23rd or Give to Lincoln Day on May 31st. Links to schedule your donation for either campaign can be found below. Please also consider challenging a friend, loved one or colleague to match your gift.
My thanks for your continued support of the Nebraska AIDS Project. I’m excited to share the details of our future-focused plan with you in the near future.
Give to Lincoln: https://www.givetolincoln.com/nonprofits/nebraska-aids-project
Donate directly to NAP: https://14770.thankyou4caring.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=298
Jason D. Coleman, Ph.D.
Board President, Nebraska AIDS Project