At First Free we want to be a people that love and serve our city in relational and practical ways. One of the ways we’re committed to doing that is by serving our schools throughout Lincoln. Together, we have the opportunity to impact families, kids, and school staff alike. Want to join us? Here’s how you can help!


It’s easy to get involved

pick a school

Step 1: Pick a school

Pick one school on your heart or pick several! Then join the FFC Loves LPS network for the school of your choice.

equip and encourage

Step 2: Equip & encourage

Once you join a school network, you’ll discover specific ways to encourage and equip the teachers, administrators, and families of that school. You may also receive additional opportunities to love and serve your school via email from the FFC point person for that school throughout the season.

Spread the love

Not finding the school you’d like to love on? Consider becoming an FFC point person and starting the FFC Loves LPS network for that school.

Contact us

Your love makes a difference

See how our teams are spreading the love! Share your photos and stories by emailing info@firstfreelincoln.org.

Fence message

With so many teachers feeling discouraged, the FFC Loves Adams team constructed a Solo cup message to remind teachers how much they’re appreciated.

Cookie Love

Nothing says you care like a handwritten note and homemade chocolate chip cookies. The FFC Loves Prescott team organized such a kind gesture, and the teachers were so thankful.

FFC Loves Elliott

Sheets for families

When the Elliott Elementary principal shared that two families received new beds and needed sheets, the FFC Loves Elliott team purchased eight sets of sheets and met the need.

granola bars

Breakfast Stash

After a school counselor mentioned she frequently hands out granola bars to students who don’t have access to breakfast, an FFC Loves LPS team stepped up and promised to keep the stash full so no student has to go hungry.

Gift for Lux

Surprise Snacks

A generous gift of water, Propel packets, and popcorn snack bags were donated to accompany notes written by the Lux counselors to encourage teachers.

soccer balls

Soccer Gear

When a para saw first graders playing soccer with footballs, a fellow FFC team member sprang into action and purchased brand new soccer balls for the kids, putting huge smiles on their faces.

cookies for Goodrich

Treats for teachers

The FFC Loves Goodrich team worked hard on a sweet surprise and delivered festive treat bags with cookies and encouraging notes to the teachers.

Prescott cleanup

Cleanup Day

The Prescott team pulled in other groups for a big outdoor cleanup. They spread mulch, cleaned up leaves and brush, and hauled off all the debris. To top it off, they left a message for teachers in the fence!

kids and snacks

Love from Kids

Any age can get in on showing appreciation for others. These two brothers even made a sign with every teacher’s name to thank the Zeman staff.

Thanksgiving snacks


Check out this super festive, Thanksgiving-themed treat spread given with love to the teachers at Eastridge.

Superhero Status

The FFC Loves Norris team reminded the teachers of their superhero status with bright-colored snack baskets complete with superhero figurines.

Kahoa art supplies

Art Haul

The Kahoa team delivered old maps, cardboard, yarn, new crayons, supply trays, and more for the Art department.

It’s Poppin’

A bag of popcorn for every single teacher delighted the staff at Rousseau. The principal shared what meant the most was that the teachers knew someone was thinking about them.

Christmas treat bags

Treat Time

Sixty-one treat bags made their way to the amazing Beattie staff just in time for Christmas.

Beattie yard signs

Yard Love

Beattie staff are feeling pretty great about new yard signs made with love from the FFC Loves LPS team. The principal was thrilled to recognize her staff’s hard work.

Happy feet

Prescott teachers were surprised with a reminder of prayers and love from FFC with big baskets of brightly colored socks.

Share your interest with Daniel, Pastor of Outreach.