• Wilderness Ridge 2015
    Wilderness Ridge 2015
  • Arbor Day 2015 b
    Arbor Day 2015 b
  • Sowers & Post Prom Grantees
    Sowers & Post Prom Grantees
  • Lighthouse Donation
    Lighthouse Donation
  • Sower at School
    Sower at School
  • Miss Nebraska N.Platte
    Miss Nebraska N.Platte
  • Nebraskaland Parade
    Nebraskaland Parade
  • The Building
    The Building
 

News & Notes....

CONGRATULATIONS to Derek Drews (Accounting & Business Mgmt) and Jayme Matney (Bachelors of Science in Nursing)!  These individuals are the recipients of the Sowers 2015 Continuing Education Scholarship Program. 

 

The Sowers Club of Lincoln

The Sowers Club of Lincoln, Inc. and the Sowers Club of Nebraska Foundation work together as one philanthropic organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and families in Nebraska. All Sowers are proud in knowing we have made the lives of many people in Nebraska brighter.

We are dedicated to:

  • Building and maintaining goodwill between the City of Lincoln and other communities throughout the state.
  • Visiting those communities on a regular basis and learning as much as possible in order that a unified effort can be made to really boost Nebraska.
  • Maintaining pride in Nebraska and promoting this pride throughout the state.
  • Sowing goodwill through charity.

Since 1989, we have donated over $3 million to over 300 organizations throughout Nebraska.

With combined efforts of our Pickle Card Operators, this has been made possible.

 

News & Announcements

  • If you’re not sure if donating blood is the right decision for you, check out all the answers to your questions here, and help give life this January.

  • Self-defeating thoughts can come when we least expect them and tear down our self-esteem and break our spirits. So how can we stand up to them and choose joy instead?

  • Positivity is key to creating an altruistic lifestyle in the New Year. If you want to start 2017 off on a high note, check out these tips for living a positive life this year.

  • While the gifts in "The Twelve Days of Christmas" may be a little strange by today's standards, you can still celebrate by giving gifts in your community.