NORTH PLATTE– With $8,211.50 raised so far for Nebraska Flood Relief, Mid-Plains United Way would like to announce that its Board of Trustees voted to disperse these funds to the Custer County Foundation. Custer County is one of 16 different counties in Western Nebraska in which Mid-Plains United Way provides services.
Custer County Foundation in partnership with Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership is dispersing grants to individuals and families who had flood damage to their homes and agriculture. To receive funds, an online application must be filled out and an in person appointment scheduled. 100% of all funds go to Custer County flood victims.
The estimated flood damage loss in Custer County is $4.71 million in the public sector and $3 million in the private sector, according to the Custer County Foundation.If you were effected by flood damage in Custer County and are in need of financial assistance, please go to www.custercountyfoundation.org/2019-flood-relief.
Mid-Plains United Way would like to extend its gratitude to the many individuals and businesses that made contributions toward flood relief in Nebraska. We would also like to thank the following businesses and organizations for their efforts in partnering with us to raise funds to help our neighbors during this natural disaster: Hometown Family Radio, Bill Summers Ford, Community Connections Mentoring, Operation Christmas Card, KNOP-TV, Premier Rental Purchase and Groovy Granny’s.