Success Stories

Kevin and Nichole Fischbach Family photo

“Our long awaited prayers were answered with this home,” said Nichole Fischbach.  “We sought the Lord over every paper that circulated and every decision that passed our way.  We consider this home an abundant blessing.”

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6 Mile Café, owned and operated by the William Koch family and located just north of Dawson, NE along Hwy.

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Rural communities survive one business and one job at a time through revolving loan funds, training and technical assistance grants from the Rural Microentrepreneur Assistance Program (RMAP).  RMAP loans to Microenterprise Development Organizations (MDOs) offer micro businesses opportunities for

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Future Site of the Prairie Catalytic, LLC Plant.

Greenyug, LLC, founded in 2008, is a technology company that  researches, develops and commercializes production of commodity chemicals, specialty chemicals, polymers, and fuels from renewable sources.

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The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska and Ponca Economic Development Corporation approached the Rural Business Enterprise Grant (RBEG) program as a way to build the capacity for the emerging Community Development

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Main Street Books

Chad and Bonnell Jochum started Main Street Books located in downtown Norfolk, Nebraska.  With the closure of Hastings Book Store in Norfolk, they saw an opportunity to fill a need in the community.  Their son, Calvin, manages the store.

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New Gothenburg Medical Clinic

Gothenburg Health is a critical access facility serving the needs of Gothenburg and the surrounding area. Gothenburg Health is comprised of Gothenburg Memorial Hospital and Gothenburg Medical Clinic.

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View of the water tower.

Carroll is a small town in Wayne county, that is home to 229 people.  The village was experiencing water pressure issues with its system and was not meeting applicable health standards, specifically the standard for minimum water pressures with a redundant water source.  The 40,000 gallon water s

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Solar panels

Community leaders in Central City expressed interest in making their community a trailblazer in clean energy by organizing a community solar garden.

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New Roof Top HVAC for Dundy County Hospital

Dundy County Hospital, located in  Benkelman, is a 14-bed Critical Access  Hospital.  Founded in 1967, the  original space of the hospital was in need of updating.  The heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) had outlived its useful life and was not heating or cooling efficiently.

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