We celebrated the opening of our new office on Thursday, May 18, 2017 with a Ribbon Cutting and Open House. We enjoyed the celebration and thank all those who came out to help us celebrate. Pictured from left to right are Anne Ireland, Vice Chairperson; Susan Morton, Board Member; Don Kurre, Coordinator; Rebecca Nordquist, Chairperson,… Continue reading Celebrating Our New Office
Citizen Advocacy initiates and supports one-to-one matches involving vulnerable people with intellectual and developmental disabilities with valued citizens who are unpaid and independent of the human service system. The matches are independent of the human service system and the Citizen Advocacy office. Once the match is made, the role of the office is to provide… Continue reading Our Story
“I choose to identify with the poor. I choose to give my life for the hungry. I choose to give my life for those who have been left out of the sunlight of opportunity.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Chicago 1966
Holly Andrews is a member of the North Platte Citizen Advocacy’s Board. She has served on the board since September of 2014. Holly, who is on the staff at Mid-Plains Community College, is the owner of Nestle Andrews who was recently honored with the Spirit Award from the college for her contribution to campus life. Nestle… Continue reading Board Member’s Story
We want to thank all the people who supported and donated to North Platte Citizen Advocacy during the first North Platte Giving Day. We appreciate your contribution and support. We believe every body matters — a whole lot! In the simplest, most profound, most intimate terms, citizen advocacy is a principled engagement in another’s life. As… Continue reading Thank You!
This video was made for the Macon Bib citizen Advocacy office. These stories are typical of Citizen Advocacy work. Will you join us at North Platte Citizen Advocacy?