RANDOLPH, "The Good Life" "Located just a half hour northeast of Norfolk, NE, the city of Randolph is ready to WELCOME YOU! With a population of nearly 1,000 and virtually zero crime rate, it is an excellent community in which to live, work and play!" WHAT'S NEW? Randolph is proud to announce development of the Country Club Drive Subdivision with eleven residential building lots!

Randolph Community Club

For more information contact: (402) 337-1234

Randolph Area Foundation, Inc.

The Randolph Area Foundation, Inc. was established on May 2, 1990 as a non-profit corporation.

The purposes of the corporation are:

  • To promote, encourage and stimulate community development and growth and related activities of the business and industrial community of Randolph, Nebraska area; and to represent, protect and advance business and industrial interests of those engaged in business and industry in Randolph, Nebraska, and the greater Randolph, Nebraska area.

  • To receive gifts for charitable, education, literary, scientific, health or community improvement purposes to be carried on in the Randolph, Nebraska vicinity.

Tax Benefits

Donors to the Randolph Area Foundation receive maximum tax benefits because of its classification by the Internal Revenue Service as a public charity. Gifts made during a donor’s lifetime can result in important income tax advantages. Bequests are deductible for federal estate tax purposes.

Your gifts can be either undesignated as to purpose or you may, within a reasonable latitude, designate the object of your gift.

Gifts and memorials can be made as follows:

  • MEMORIAL GIFTS made, as memorial to deceased persons, in cash of any amount.
  • TESTAMENTARY GIFTS made by bequest contained in the Last Will of supporters of the Foundation for any of its purposes.
  • CASH GIFTS made at any time in any amount.
  • GIFTS OF REAL ESTATE made either outright or conditionally, afford many opportunities for tax planning.
  • TRUSTS AS GIFTS provide many attractive arrangements for benefiting the Foundation as well as tax planning.
  • GIFTS OF LIFE INSURANCE in a variety of ways.
  • GIFTS IN KIND in the nature of personal property of value such as crops, works of art and other acceptable assets.

For more information contact:

Randolph Area Foundation
Attn: Peggy Leiting
PO Box 624
Randolph, NE  68771
Phone: (402) 337-0073
Email: RandolphAreaFoundation@outlook.com

TeamMates of Randolph

TeamMates of Nebraska is a mentoring program modeled after the original program begun by Tom and Nancy Osborne in 1991. They saw firsthand the needs of children growing up without enough adult interaction. These youth needed someone who could talk with them, help them set goals and reinforce basic skills, attitudes and other lessons of life. The Osbornes’ program emphasized building character.

The school-based mentoring program pairs adult volunteers one-on-one with middle school students. Adult TeamMates serve as positive role models for students needing extra adult attention and meet with their student TeamMates at least one hour a week during school hours, sharing in a variety of activities.

For more information contact:

Lisa Linville
Phone: (402) 337-1660

Friends of the Library

The purpose of the Friends of the Library shall be to:

  • maintain an association of persons interested in books and libraries.
  • to focus public attention on library services, facilities and needs.
  • to influence the gift of books, magazines, desirable collections, endowments, scholarships and bequests to the Randolph Public Library.

For more information contact:

Lied Randolph Public Library
111 N. Douglas St
PO Box 307
Randolph, NE  68771
Phone: (402) 337-0046


  • 4-H
  • Catholic Order of Foresters
  • Church Circles and Committees
  • Extension Clubs
  • GFWC Randolph Woman’s Club
  • Knights of Columbus
  • PEO Chapter E.A.
  • ROAR (Reaching Out Around Randolph)
  • VFW Women’s Auxiliary
  • VFW Post 5545

City of Randolph
212 E. Broadway
PO Box 457
Randolph, NE 68771
P: (402) 337-0567
F: (402) 337-0571