To create unity and prosperity throughout Lincoln while honoring our African American heritage.
Malone programs and services are designed to help achieve our mission to eliminate multigenerational poverty in Lincoln.
Malone was founded in 1955 through a reorganization of the Lincoln Urban league. The league founders were determined to improve social and economic conditions and increase understanding between all races.
For the last 66 years Malone has served neighboring families, youth, and the Lincoln community with inclusive, social, cultural, educational, employment and welfare services. With our mission to end-multi-generational poverty and our vision to create unity and prosperity in Lincoln, we are constantly re-evaluating our programs to ensure the current needs of the community are being met.
The Clyde Malone Center Was Founded
The Clyde Malone Center was Founded by Mr. Millard Woods.
The Lincoln Evening Journal Shares “Knowing Our Neighborhood” Report Results
The report reveals that 52.7% of elementary, 87.7% of junior high, and 70.5% of high school students were enrolled in activities at Malone Community Center.
Malone Launches The Malone Panthers
The Malone launches its first youth focused athletic program, the Malone Panthers. The team teaches character, sportsmanship, leadership, and helps kids realize their full individual potential.
Malone Takes A Knee With Police Officers
The Malone took a knee with officers from the Lincoln Police Department and the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office in tribute to Black Americans killed by police.
Malone Board members envision and direct our progress.
Max L. Rodenburg
Micheal Q. Thompson
Dr. Charlene Maxey-Harris
The Malone staff and team members are a group of passionate professionals who tirelessly deliver for our community.
Director of Operations
Director of Teen Programming
Director of Malone Maternal Wellness
Director of Youth Programs
Director of Community Health & Outreach