At Junior Achievement of Lincoln, we’re always focused on building toward the future– both for our students and our organization. When our foundation is strong, we can do our best work. When we set big goals, we can achieve big things. And when we achieve those big goals, it’s always our students who benefit. Your support is how we build that bridge from the classroom into the future!
To celebrate JA of Lincoln’s 45th anniversary, we’ve set another big goal. We’ve established the JA Generation Fund, and set out to raise $45,000– but we can’t do it without your help. 2016 has already been a year of huge growth for us, which means that more students than ever before are learning about financial responsibility, business ethics, and entrepreneurship. More students than ever before are planning for the future in a meaningful way, and being equipped with the practical tools to make their dreams into realities.
If we may be so bold, we’d like to ask you to consider giving us a birthday gift! By contributing to the JA Generation Fund, you demonstrate that you believe in the value of the JA mission, and want to stand with us through 45 more years of growth and impact. First, we want to recognize and thank those individuals who have already stepped up with their support.
JA Generation Fund
1971 Society ($1,971+)
Bill & Marilyn Cintani
Nick & Ann Cusick
JoAnn Martin / Ameritas Life Insurance
Roland & Hiroko Temme
Larry & Deb Elias
Kent & Shelley Mattson
Randy and Deborah Kinney
If you’ve been positively impacted by Junior Achievement of Lincoln– either as an alumnus, a classroom volunteer, or an educator, we’d love for you to be part of the JA Generation Fund with a gift that recognizes either our year of founding ($1,971) or the number of years we’ve been building better futures for Nebraska students ($450 or $45). No matter the size of your gift, you’ll know that you’re part of the foundation we’ll build on for the next 45 years. Like the forward-thinking individuals who saw the value of the Junior Achievement mission 45 years ago, you’ll demonstrate your commitment to making sure every student has his or her best shot at success.
For all the details on contributing to the fund or joining the 1971 Society, please click here.