Please Show Us Your Support During Give To Lincoln Day on May 25
In Fact, you can donate online anytime between May 1 and May 25 through THIS LINK and your gift will count toward our Give To Lincoln Day total. The minimum donation is $10.
Offline donations also will be accepted. Take your donation in person to the Lincoln Community Foundation, 215 Centennial Mall S., Ste 100, Lincoln, NE 68508, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on May 25. Checks, written to the Lincoln Community Foundation, with League of Human Dignity on the memo line, can be mailed to the Lincoln Community Foundation, postmarked no later than May 18.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Precautions
In an effort to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the League of Human Dignity is updating its procedures to best follow the directions of federal and state agencies to protect our consumers, staff and the community.
With this in mind:
- League offices will remain locked during business hours. League staff will continue to provide services to our consumers via phone, email, fax, mail or through other arrangements designed to emphasize minimal personal contact.
- If you need to drop off timesheets, correspondence or other documents please use the mail slot or the receptacle provided.
- If you need to rent or borrow durable medical equipment, please call the League and make arrangements by phone first, then you may sign the required documentation and pick up your equipment at the designated location.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call your local League office. Thank you for your understanding.
Visit the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) for information on cloth face coverings to help slow the spread of COVID-19, including how to make them yourself.
The CDC also has prepared a series of American Sign Language videos to provide pertinent information about COVID-19
Information for students with disabilities can be found at the Education Rights Council
Welcome to the League of Human Dignity
We believe people who experience disability have the right to expect the same opportunity as anyone else to live, work and play in their communities. They have the same right to access benefits, services, resources and facilities. They have the same right to contribute freely, according to their potential, regardless of their disability. People with disabilities have the right to make their own decisions, to live independently and should never be forced to live in institutions.
The League of Human Dignity is a consumer-based nonprofit organization, whose mission is to promote the full integration of people with disabilities into society. To that end, we will advocate for their needs and rights while providing quality services to help them become and remain independent citizens.
Our centers provide services for people with disabilities to use in living full, independent lives. Each unique path to independence is designed by our consumers, with the assistance and advice of our staff. Here you are not a client, patient or victim. You are a consumer, with the power to make your own decisions.
We at the League of Human Dignity have been promoting independent living for people with disabilities since 1971.