Although the Believe in Bellevue virtual fundraising event has concluded for 2020, you can help these deserving nonprofits continue to do amazing work in Bellevue by donating anytime. Thank you for being inspired to support local nonprofits doing good work in Bellevue.
Nonprofit registration for Believe in Bellevue 2021 opens soon.
The BPS Foundation supports the Bellevue Public School District by offering student scholarships, providing classroom grants for teachers and funding a variety of special projects and initiatives.
The Bellevue Community Foundation was formed by community leaders and caring citizens in 2012 to benefit the diverse needs of Bellevue by providing financial support, involvement and service.
The Greater Bellevue Area Chamber of Commerce supports a variety of civic causes within Bellevue and works to strengthen the business community and provide resources to business leaders.
The Sarpy County Museum preserves, protects and promotes the rich history of the county, its communities and people. Since 1934, the Sarpy County Museum has kept local history alive in Bellevue and Sarpy County.
Lift Up Sarpy County is a backbone organization that brings approximately 65 different organizations together in Sarpy County for the sole purpose of keeping children in the home. We partner with ENCAP and other agencies for case management and support.
We support clients in self-sufficiency with supportive services. Beyond support services, HFSC seeks to increase housing opportunities for those individuals and families that would not otherwise qualify for decent and affordable living accommodations.
Our organization provides empowerment programing for youth, families, and individuals. Our organization also operates a free food and supplies store for the community in partnership with The Food Bank of the Heartland.
Bellevue Junior Sports Association has been a pillar in the Bellevue Community for more than 45 years. BJSA provides youth sports activities for youth ages five to 14. BJSA has an all volunteer board of directors and more than 150 volunteer coaches.
The BPSF, in concert with both the Bellevue Police and Bellevue Fire & Rescue, identifies urgently needed equipment and technology, training, youth programs, scholarships and community outreach not available within the city budget.
The mission of Fontenelle Forest is to provide a place where people can experience and enjoy the quiet wild of nature. We want to inspire current and future generations to care for the natural world.
Supports the mission of the Bellevue Public Library to provide materials, resources and programs that meet the diverse informational, educational and recreational needs of the community.
Bellevue Together's mission statement is: Bringing the community together to meet the needs of vulnerable Bellevue Public School families. We provide furniture, clothing, school supplies, Thanksgiving food and Christmas food, gifts, new pillows and cases.
Light Up Bellevue concentrates on bringing family entertainment to the community and enhancing the community's overall appearance. It brings more people out of their homes, gives them a sense of pride in their town, and drives business traffic.
We offer daily meals and socialization to our area seniors. We do this through a full schedule of activities, day trips, games and parties. In addition to the "fun" events, we have health & nutrition programs, exercise and Tai Chi classes.
We build. We build because we believe that everyone, everywhere, should have a decent, affordable place to call home. More than building homes, we build communities, we build hope and we build the opportunity for families to help themselves.
Bellevue Little Theatre exists to provide quality entertainment and arts education experiences for performers, artists and audiences through vibrant theatrical productions in order to create a dynamic cultural center in Bellevue and Sarpy County.
Initiated in 2009 by the City of Bellevue, Green Bellevue brings people together to promote a more resilient, sustainable community. Green Bellevue serves to increase awareness, enabling individuals and groups to undertake programs enhancing our neighborhoods, preserving our natural resources and fostering stewardship of our environment.
LFS demonstrates its mission through three broad service areas: Children Services - early intervention programs and beyond; Community Services - direct support services for refugees and those experiencing hardship; and Behavioral Health - mental health and substance abuse programs.
One of our exclusive programs called the Companionship Program. Through the Companionship Program we connect services and resources to seniors, disabled persons and single parents.
The Bellevue Pantry, operated by ENCAP, provides emergency hunger relief to Bellevue residents. In addition we provide assistance with SNAP applications, emergency rent and utility assistance, and flood relief.