How To Give

End the stigma of addiction and prevent youth substance use when you give through CNCAA. Your contribution makes a difference! THANK YOU!

Make an impact for today, tomorrow, and through your legacy…

One-Time Gifts

These gifts offset our immediate financial needs. If you prefer, mail a check to CNCAA, 219 West Second Street, Grand Island, NE 68801. You can also give securely online via your credit card through the below form:

Make a Donation to CNCAA

Monthly Giving

Your generous monthly donations support CNCAA’s mission on a continuous basis. If you would like to give a monthly donation in a different increment, please contact our Development Coordinator, Sandy Yager. Thank You!


Annual Giving

Exciting news! CNCAA will be launching an annual giving campaign in the very near future! Check back for a pdf version of our annual giving campaign pledge card!


Planned Giving

Grow your gift by creating a legacy through CNCAA. Please talk with your attorney about designating a gift in your will to the Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions, Inc.’s Foundation. Your gift will continue to grow through our Foundation’s endowment fund. CNCAA’s Foundation Tax Identification Number is 47-0738750.


Heartland United Way

When you give through Heartland United Way’s annual campaign, you are supporting CNCAA. We are a proud partner agency! When you make your pledge, you have the ability to designate a percentage of your gift to as many partner agencies that are near and dear to your heart, including CNCAA! Click here for the HUW Pledge Form. 

For assistance in making your gift, please call Sandy Yager, Development Coordinator.


When You Shop Online

CNCAA believes in supporting local small businesses, but we understand there is sometimes a need to shop online. When that need arises please consider adding a gift to CNCAA. We are currently registered:

When visiting these websites, make sure to search for our legal name, Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions, Inc.


Supporting Our Needs

A great, low-cost way to support our youth programs is to donate goods! When you give in this way, our grant dollars stretch even more! Please consider adding CNCAA to your list of non-profits you support through your local church, school, group, or business. 

Our Current Needs: 

  • paper goods (plates, napkins, paper towels, toilet paper)
  • sanitize wipes
  • cases of water
  • new, never been used, board games
  • bulk prepackaged, store bought snacks
  • gift cards to McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Little Caesars, and Subway
  • gift cards to local grocery and big box stores

Volunteer at CNCAA

Nothing is more valuable than time, and the time you put into CNCAA truly makes a difference.  We are always looking for volunteers.  Please visit our volunteer page to view details and fill out a volunteer application.


Mission Moments

This organization has a staff of people genuinely committed to helping their community! Every time I’ve called or visited, the people there have been kind, knowledgeable, and had a sincere desire to help in any way they could. In my experience here I learned more than I ever expected, and left feeling much better than I did when I came.

Sam M., Drug education class participant

He’s more focused, well mannered, and he has better self-esteem.

Parent of a Discovery Kids participant

My child now has an increased knowledge and awareness, especially after reading and going over the homework and other paper brought home from the program.

Parent of a Discovery Kids participant

Since Discovery Kids, she has shown a lot more responsibility and is trying to be more of a leader.

Parent of a Discovery Kids participant

The program is a different approach to teach a child about important issues. These issues can be really hard to talk about.

Parent of a Discovery Kids participant

My son has a better judgement when selecting foods and choosing foods lower in fat. The whole family has learned a lot too!

Parent of a CATCH Kids Club participant

I liked the program. You shared an important message to our kids, such as how to prevent problems with alcohol and drugs. Thank you!

Parent of a Discovery Kids participant

I think the program is wonderful and my child loves to go to CATCH Kids Club!

Parent of a CATCH Kids Club participant

My son runs, walks, and jumps on the trampoline more often. We also go for walks to the park more often as a family.

Parent of a CATCH Kids Club participant

The first time I attended Tree of Hope, I was living at Hope Harbor two years ago. Representatives of CNCAA had visited while I was in treatment at St. Francis ADTC. What wonderful gifts and literature I have purchased from the store. I plan to utilize the tobacco free program in the future. Thank you for supporting my recovery!

Michelle B., (9/20/14 - present)

Kids Power 2 helps me to be drug free and helps me with my mom’s problem.

Addison, Kids Power 2 participant
I feel passionate about spreading any type of help for families going through the devastation of addiction. More importantly, showing families that there is hope and solutions to live a beautiful, fun, and peace-filled life.
Mia W., Past CNCAA Board Member

Being a part of an organization that cares so much about the community is a place I want to be. Until we, as community members, come together as a force to educate those needing assistance, we struggle. CNCAA has mission to be that force.

Melissa A., Past CNCAA Board Member

CNCAA helped me in the very beginning of my recovery process with their wonderful lending library.

Jolene S., Past CNCAA Board Member

I always visited to get medallions, cards, or books. Staff was always friendly and helpful. The Council was very important to my daughter and that is what made me want to get involved. I had not realized all the kids programs offered, but that is the main reason I want to stay involved. Prevention is key. Thank you Connie and staff for all you do!

Jo G., Past CNCAA Board Member

Thank you! Kids Power gave us HOPE!

Crystal C., Parent of a Kids Power participant

Kids Power really helped my children cope with a life changing effect of alcoholism. It gave them the tools and confidence to get through.

Dan D., CNCAA Board Member

I like getting together to see friends at Kids Power 2 that I don’t usually get to see. I am concerned for my friends. Kids Power 2 is fun and so is getting to go to Timberlake.

Autumn, Kids Power 2 participant

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Reach Out Today

Hope and help are just a moment away. Contact us today.