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About The Bellevue Community Foundation

The Bellevue Community Foundation was formed by community leaders and caring citizens in May 2012 to benefit the diverse needs of Bellevue by providing financial support, involvement and service. We are an affiliate of the Midlands Community Foundation, a non-profit organization founded in 1976. The Bellevue Community Foundation Fund is under the 501(c)3 umbrella of Midlands Community Foundation allowing us to be professionally managed while specifically serving Bellevue’s unique needs. ALL Bellevue Community Foundation funds will support Bellevue’s local needs.

In just six years as a foundation the BCF has been very active and has contributed over $200,000 towards projects and organizations that serve
Bellevue. The proceeds from the 6th Annual Husker Nation Celebration will help the Foundation continue to support more worthwhile causes that help enhance our community.

Here are some of the great projects and organization that support the Bellevue Community that have received support from the Bellevue Community Foundation over the last six years:

 

Teammates Bellevue
Bellevue Police Memorial Statue
Splash Pad at Everett Park
Inez Boyd Fountain at American Heroes Park
Christmas Lights in Olde Towne
Bellevue Avenue of Flags
The Bellevue Food Bank
Decorative Lighting at Bellevue University
New Scoreboards at Bellevue Junior Sports Association and Baldwin Field
Bellevue Public Schools “FASE Team” & Early Childhood Program
Bellevue Chamber of Commerce
Bellevue East & West After Prom
Sarpy County Habitat for Humanity
Offutt Advisory Council