By Kate Radford

For nearly a decade, Sam's Hope has helped kids with childhood illnesses and people in need in Lincoln


Last updated 12/15/2021 at 1:01pm

Roger Dey

A wall dedicated to Sam's Hope at Lambkins honors the memory of Sam Kolve.

Lincoln nonprofit Sam's Hope was originally started to help support those battling childhood cancer.

Since its inception in 2012, Sam's Hope has grown to support people battling any type of childhood illness, as well as members of the Lincoln community.

"It started out with kind of a sad story. We lost our Sam in 2011, September 26. He passed away from cancer. He died when he was sixteen year...

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