The Nebraska Farmers Union Foundation is a 501 C-3 tax deductible non-profit organization. Its primary focus is to help the Nebraska Farmers Union provide a wide range of educational services to family farmers, ranchers, and their rural communities.

Gifts and donations to the NeFU Foundation are tax deductible.

The NeFU Foundation serves as the fiscal agent for many of the grants administered by the NeFU.

Unless designated for a specific purpose, gifts and donations to the NeFU Foundation are kept in principle with the interest used to support educational activities.


A gift to the NeFU Education Foundation is an investment in life-long educational opportunities for farm and ranch families of all ages. It is a gift that keeps on giving in your memory to your organization year after year. Please remember to use the NeFU Foundation as your designated memorial.


The Nebraska Rural Response Hotline is the longest continuously serving Farm Crisis Hotline in the nation, originally starting in 1984 to help farmers, ranchers, and members of the rural community in their time of need. Help is just a phone call away: 800-464-0258.

Nebraska Farmers Union is a founding organizer of the Rural Response Council made up of farm and church representatives that sponsors and oversees the Hotline. NeFU Vice President Vern Jantzen Chairs and NeFU President John Hansen is Secretary of the Council. The NeFU Foundation is a committed longtime financial supporter. You can donate through the PayPal link below, or you donate via mail: 1305 Plum Street, Lincoln, NE 68502. Thanks for caring.


Celebrate the life of your loved one by sending NeFU Foundation a memorial gift in their name. Gift the gift that will help Farmers Union serve family farm and ranch agriculture for generations to come. Use the link below!



Builders Club donations are voluntary “above and beyond” donations used to support the work of Nebraska Farmers Union. Our dedicated members’ financial support helps NeFU be the state’s most effective voice for family farmers and ranchers and rural communities.