Rabble Mill

a 501(c)(3) nonprofit

2020 Annual Report


Dream Differently

Celebrate Each Other

Honor Relationships

Solutions, Not Problems

People Over Policy

Make It Fun


Rabble Mill logo


Rabble Mill is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that works with Nebraska youth statewide to cultivate belonging, purpose, and upward mobility necessary to grow, achieve, and reinvest in their community. Through our programs, we create more skilled, supported, and connected communities. 

The Bay logo


The Bay helps young people dream bigger by providing opportunities, exposure, and career pipelines within skateboarding, music, and digital art. Located in one of Lincoln’s most-diverse, high-poverty neighborhoods, it features the state’s only public indoor skatepark, a digital media lab, all-ages music venue, and more. 

Rabble Media logo


Rabble Media is a for-youth, by-youth, emerging-media storytelling platform that connects and engages young people across urban and rural Nebraska through nonpartisan journalism and content creation.

Skate for Change logo


Skate for Change is an international network providing skateboarders in 11 countries and 33 U.S. states with ideas and resources to help better their communities, while teaching young people how easy it is to give back.


While 2020 didn’t go the way anybody planned, we pivoted, innovated, and got creative with how we could still safely create Significant Moments of ImpactTM for young people amidst quarantine, social distancing, and remote learning.

By partnering with over 50 local and national organizations, we set out to prove that even a pandemic #cantcancelcommunity. We met Nebraska youth where they were at — virtually and in-person — to provide impactful, relevant programming in the subcultures they care about.


Thanks to our generous donors for supporting our programming for Nebraska youth. We couldn’t accomplish our goals to build stronger, more resilient community without your support, involvement, and enthusiasm.

Donate now at rabblemill.org/donate


Acklie Charitable Foundation

Community Health Endowment of Lincoln

Find Your Grind Foundation

Good Words Foundation

Lancaster County Juvenile Justice Prevention Funds

Lee and Debbie Stuart Family Foundation

Nebraska Crime Commission Juvenile Services

Peter Kiewit Foundation

Sherwood Foundation

Woods Charitable Fund


$10,000 – $19,999

Collective for Youth

Cooper Foundation

Nebraska Civic Engagement Table

Susanne Shore and Governor Pete Ricketts


$5,000 – $9,999

Abel Foundation

Capital One

Bart Dillashaw

Eighmy Foundation

Gilbert C. Swanson Foundation

Hormel Harris Foundation

Humanities Nebraska

Imperial Super Foods

Lincoln Community Foundation

Katie Weitz

$2,500 – $4,999


Shawn and Greg Carlson

Mark Griffis


Craig and Heather Meier

Alison and Bryan Rash

Rotary 14 Foundation


$1,000 – $2,499


Mary Anne Andrei and Ted Genoways

Alan and Marcia Baer Foundation

Geneice and Dennis Coudriet

Stephanie and Eric Dinger

Jillian Harpster

Mary Sue Harris

Ashley and Mark Hustad

Rebecca Jex

Scott Lloyd

Medical Solutions

Troy and Shannon Munson

Annette and Paul Smith

St. Marks UMC

James Stuart III

Roger and Kate Weitz

Whole Foods


2020 incom


72.72% Grants and family foundation contributions $765,185 
13.45% Earned revenue $141,567
12.73% Individual + business contributions $133,943
1.01% In-kind contributions $11,500

Total: $1,052,195

2020 expenses


46.58% Programming $452,339 
45.31% Management & General $440,062
8.11% Fundraising $78,798

Total: $971,199