Kari Hooker-Leep lives in Grand Island and is CHAD’s West Central Director. The 2019-2020 Campaign is her 18th campaign.
CHAD (Combined Health Agencies Drive) announced the results of the annual statewide CHAD Campaign at the organization’s annual meeting on Aug. 22. The total raised across the state was $1,740,195. Dollars raised will support more than 20 health charities that are serving all Nebraskans affected by chronic disease, disabilities and end-of-life issues.
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Effective July 1, 2019, Community Health Charities of Nebraska will change its name back to its original name, CHAD (Combined Health Agencies Drive).
“This opportunity lets us revert back to being a totally local and unique entity in the state and the country,” said Michelle Grossman, President and CEO. “Many of our donors, volunteers and community partners remember us as CHAD, so we are excited to move forward with a name from our past and let our future as an organization reflect all the great work and history the CHAD name encompasses.”