The Lexington Community Foundation exists to encourage and strengthen philanthropy in order to provide a permanent source of funding for opportunities to improve the quality of life, strengthen the sense of community, benefit future generations in Lexington, Nebraska.

Join us for the opportunity to make the sixth annual Give BIG Lexington event on Thursday, November 10, 2016 BIGger! This one-day, online event showcases local causes that make this community a more vital place to live. You’re encouraged to give to those that mean the most to you and your family. You can begin scheduling your donations today through the online giving day pages.

Imagine what you could learn about the participating causes!

What if will all give?

Give BIG Lexington Website

GBL ’16 Donation Form

To all who participated in the first five giving days and to those who will participate in 2016, thank you for uniting in the spirit of giving. Thank you for investing in Lexington’s future.

We Can!
November 10, 2016

GBL ’16 Donation Form

A special
to our Sponsors:

Media Sponsors

Clipper Herald Newspaper
KRVN Radio

NTV News

2016 Elite Sponsors:


Tom & Cathy Fagot

2016 Leadership Sponsors:

Barmore Drug Store
Rick & Mary Barmore
Bill & Elsie Barrett
Rick & Stephanie Buell
Docks Unlimited
Downey Drilling, Inc.
Eustis Body Shop
Jonathan E. Fuller MD, PC.
Great Western Bank
Andrew & Mary Krajewski
Lauby Co., Inc.
O’Hanlon Seed
Toby Owens & Amy Biehl-Owens
Paulsen, Inc.
Plum Creek Medical Group
Bruce & Julie Rickertsen
ServiceMaster of Mid-Nebraska
Dave & Peggy Stenberg
Bill & Donna Stewart
Dan & Stacy Strauss
Ken VerMaas
Volvo Trucks of Lexington, Inc.
Will & Fritz Weinhold
John & Janet Wightman

The Lexington Community Foundation Board of Directors can modify any restrictions or conditions if, in the sole judgment of the Board of Directors, such restriction or condition becomes unnecessary, incapable of fulfillment or inconsistent with the charitable needs of the community. As such, Give BIG Lexington reserves the right to deny or condition the distribution of prize grants if, in the judgment of its Board of Directors, such restriction or condition becomes necessary.