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The Foundry Community exists to support, educate, and develop the Nebraska purpose-driven community.


  • 2023 Members

    111

  • 2023 Organizations Impacted

    208

  • Interns in 2024

    30

  • Overall Participating Nonprofits

    91%

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MORE POWER TO, YA!

As of FEB. 1, 2024, The Foundry is 100% powered by renewable energy.

“We located in the Foundry because of the rapid WiFi, meeting spaces, responsive management, location, price, and very cool vibe. Our clients always have compliments for the place. The camaraderie among the people here is nice too. It’s a great place to grow our company.”

— John Baylor, Founder, OnToCollege

 

“We've been members with Foundry for a long time. We started as a local, all volunteer organization, housed in one of the smallest cubicles - now we have a statewide mission, a window office and five staff members. Having support from other non-profits, a stable address, and access to the resources Foundry brings to us has made a tremendous difference in our growth. The Foundry community is more than co-working for sure.”

— Abbi Swatsworth, Executive Director, OutNebraska

 

"The Foundry Community is the perfect homebase for nonprofits and other purpose-driven organizations. This community provides everything I need to do my best work for my organization. All the tangible things like meeting spaces, a printer, and storage solutions. But, more importantly, intangible things like community connections, a sounding board of other professionals, and workplace friendships."

— Jessica Applegate, Executive Director, Launch Leadership

 


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