1958 – Surveyed the community’s need for Homemaker Service and presented the findings to the Lincoln Community Council.
1959 – Established a plan for charging fees for casework services.
Received a grant to purchase land at 1133 ‘H’ Street from the Woods Charitable Fund.
Sold the property at 228 South 10th Street to Nathan Gold’s Mid-Town Development Company for $40,000.
Ground breaking and beginning of excavation at 1133 ‘H’ Street.
1960 – Established a plan for the purchase of shoes for needy children.
Dedication of the new building and open house at 1133 ‘H’ Street.
Named a committee to report the community’s attitude concerning unwed mothers attending elementary, junior and senior schools.
1961 – Surveyed the need for free school lunches for needy children.
1969 – Started developmental child care program.
1972 – Initiated first day care home training program in Nebraska, third in the nation.
1974 – Adopted Open Door Health Advocacy Center which provided referrals for free, or reduced cost health care to low-income persons.
Adopted Medical Transportation Program to provide transportation to health-related appointments for the elderly and disabled.
1975 – Began sponsoring the Child Care Food Program, offering child care providers consultation, training and reimbursements to ensure nutritious meals and snacks are offered to children.
1977 – Began School’s Out before and after school child care program in Lincoln elementary schools.
1978 – Started WIC nutrition program.