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Nonprofits Making Lincoln Better, together


The better we all know each other, the better we work together.Cause Collective facilitate partnerships, collaborates with its members and is a central information sharing center for nonprofits in Lincoln.


By providing nonprofits individual and group trainings throughout the year they become better and more efficient at running their business, and in turn their services to the community improve.


One of the most important things a nonprofit can do to help those they serve is advocate for them. We help nonprofits understand how to advocate and lobby to improve public policy, making a more supportive and stronger community.

Board Match Page

" I recently began looking for an opportunity to re-engage with community organizations and contribute toward keeping Lincoln a thriving place. Through the Cause Collective board match, I was able to find an organization with open board positions whose mission I believe strongly in (The Bridge Behavioral Health). I’ve now been a part of the board at The Bridge for a few months and have found it to be an even more amazing . . .

Join Cause Collective

Our network of over 150 members helps to build a stronger community in Lincoln. By providing local nonprofits with opportunities for collaborations, a robust schedule of trainings, and offering peer support, we can strengthen the nonprofit sector as a whole. "The Leadership Training series, hosted by Cause Collective, gave me concrete information to apply in guiding our organization. It helped me to understand . . .

Corporate Sponsors

We are proud to work with many businesses in Lincoln that help support Cause Collective.  By becoming a corporate sponsor of Cause Collective you are helping 155 nonprofits in Lincoln with one donation.  We appreciate them all!   Gold Level Corporate Sponsors       Silver Level Corporate Sponsors       . . .

Cause Collective offers excellent membership benefits and trainings, and is one of the best ways for us to connect with our nonprofit community.
Victoria Grasso, President
Cooper Foundation