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The Hitchcock Foundation is fortunate to partner with some of the most dedicated and promising community leaders in the greater Omaha and Council Bluffs geographic area. Here are just a selection of the more than 280 grantees: 


I am not sure Brownell-Talbot would exist today if it weren't for the Hitchcock Foundation. As the only private school in Nebraska the foundation played an integral role in starting and contributing to the school's capital campaign (which signaled to other foundations to support it), supporting the construction of buildings for the arts, sciences, and libraries, and advising on cutting-edge technology that attracted students so that over 25 years, the school now serves more than double the original amount of students. Perhaps most importantly, the Hitchcock Foundation has increased the diversity of our student body and the accessibility of our education through its scholarships based on merit and need. 

 -  Dianne Desler, former Headmaster, Brownell-Talbot School 

The Hitchcock Foundation has made an enormous impact, contributing more than $2.5 million
to Bellevue University to benefit well over 50,000 students and alumni for a wide range of capital construction projects, endowment, and program initiatives." 

- Dr. Mary Hawkins, President, Bellevue University


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