We are incredibly lucky as residents of the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area to live and work in a community-oriented environment that values our partnerships with one another and working together for the common good. Along with our thriving business community, we benefit greatly as an entire city from the numerous local non-profit organizations work tirelessly to support the needs of our diverse population.  These organizations are a fundamental part of what makes our city such a great place to call home, and the variety found in the missions of these organizations allows for many central needs to be met in our community.

Have you been considering getting involved with the work of a local non-profit? While monetary contributions are always welcome, that’s certainly not the only way one can support our local non-profit organizations.  In fact, it can also be our time, talents, and answering the call for specific needs or donations that has the potential to make just as great of an impact.  From helping throughout the summer with awareness and fundraising events to the fall in volunteering and supporting organizations focused on our schools, and on throughout the holidays to help make that time of year better for all, there’s plenty of different ways to get involved and make a difference.  As such, when choosing which non-profit organization to support it’s important to find ones whose mission you are passionate about and also whose majority of funding and resources are allocated directly to the cause.

Having the help of volunteers is indeed a huge asset to any organization; many non-profits rely almost solely on this assistance to keep everything up and running. Whether you’re a high school or college student, a working professional, or retired, there are opportunities that are a good fit for different age groups so it really comes down to supporting to the causes that you feel strongly about in our community.  Everyone has a particular skill set and something unique to contribute!

Furthermore, if you prefer to allocate funds to support a local non-profit, you can be assured that most of that money will stay in our community, doing good right here in the Omaha Metro.  As transparency is common with respect to legitimate non-profit organizations, doing a little research beforehand to better understand how your money will be used is easy and will help you to make a decision that you can feel great about.

Particularly for businesses that want to contribute as a group, there are also a wealth of creative ways to get involved at the corporate level. Not only is it a fun bonding experience for your team and positive exposure for your company; philanthropy is a pillar of corporate responsibility. A few possibilities include getting feedback from your employees as to an organization or event to support, coordinating your own fundraising efforts, building a special campaign to benefit a non-profit, or creating a unique new opportunity that incorporates engagement from your staff and/or clients.

Above all, no matter what you have to give or in what way you choose to contribute, forming partnerships with our non-profit community creates and sustains a cycle of giving back that benefits us all.  We encourage you to learn more about our local non-profit community by taking a minute to read through the highlighted organizations, and moreover, to get involved in whatever way you can!

The Alzheimer’s Association® is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. For an estimated 33,000 Nebraskans, Alzheimer’s disease is the ultimate thief — of their identity and precious memories. Their caregivers and loved ones are left feeling alone and heartbroken. The Alzheimer’s Association provides education and support to those who face dementia every day. On a national level, the Association advances critical research toward methods of treatment, prevention and, ultimately, a cure. Together, we can end Alzheimer’s disease, the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death.

Find out how you can get involved — visit www.alz.org or call (800) 272-3900.

The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association is devoted to saving people from two of our nation’s top killers heart disease (No. 1) and stroke (No. 5). Powered by millions of volunteers nationwide, the Association’s goal is to improve the cardiovascular health of Americans by 20 percent by 2020, while reducing deaths from heart disease and stroke by 20 percent. Currently, one person dies every 40 seconds from heart disease and stroke. Through events right here in Omaha like the Heart Walk, Go Red for Women Expo and Heart Ball, that startling statistic can change.

For more information, visit www.heart.org/omaha.

Did you know…
Midlands Community Foundation (MCF) helps donors achieve their philanthropic goals and “Invest in the Power of Community.”

MCF has played an integral part in creating three Affiliated Funds:  Gretna Community Foundation, Bellevue Community Foundation and Springfield Community Foundation.  These Affiliated Funds have worked hard in their own communities raising awareness and building partnerships to secure a strong Foundation in their respective cities.

MCF manages more than 80 charitable funds that serve an array of needs.  This past fiscal year, more than $1.1 million has been distributed into the community through these charitable funds, MCF grants and discretionary gifts.

MCF can provide you with a simple, powerful and highly personal approach to giving through a variety of charitable gifting vehicles.  We hold ourselves to high standards, have strong integrity and most importantly work to make a difference in your local community.  The time is NOW to create a charitable fund to benefit your personal interests.

• Designated Funds • Donor Advised Funds • Field of Interest Funds • Scholarship Funds

To learn more, visit www.midlandscommunity.org or call (402) 991-8027.

“Touching Lives…Making a Difference”

Assistance League® of Omaha (ALO) is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit service organization whose members identify, develop, implement, and fund ongoing philanthropic programs to serve specific needs of local children and adults in the Greater Omaha area.  Signature programs include: Operation School Bell® offering school children in need the opportunity to shop for new school clothes; Operation Recovery providing support to women recovering from chemical addiction; ACT/PSAT Review Sessions preparing students for college entrance examinations; Assault Survivor Kits® supplying clothing & hygiene items to assault survivors; Operation Teen Parent encouraging teen parents to complete their educations and read to their children; and Operation Bear Hug furnishing stuffed bears to children in crisis situations.

Assistance League of Omaha receives no federal, state or city funding. Fundraising projects include a thrift shop at 36th & Leavenworth and the annual Christmas Caravan tour of homes. Donations and grants are needed. Serving Omaha since 1974, the organization returns 100% of proceeds raised to the community.

Call (402) 342-4288 or visit www.alomaha.org for more information.

What is your Good Life? While each person’s version of the Good Life is different, each shares common ground in the opportunity and the freedom to try to achieve that life. Since 2009 the Nebraska chapter of Americans for Prosperity has fought for each Nebraskan to have the opportunity to attain their version of the Good Life. AFP-NE is a 501c4, non-partisan, grassroots organization that advocates for free-market policies at the state and local level. Join the more than 40,000 Nebraskans and fight for the Good Life by talking with your neighbors on the phone or door-to-door, lobbying your elected officials, and more. Check us out at AFPNebraska.com, Like us at facebook.com/AFPNebraska, and follow us at twitter.com/afpne.

Want to get involved or have a question? Email us at InfoNE@afphq.org.

AIM is a local not-for-profit community organization that promotes technology to empower people, enhance organizations, and create brilliant communities. Our core mission is IT talent development, from early student interest – to linking people to careers – to ongoing IT career development.

AIM Youth sponsors local events like CoderDojo, a fun mentor led introduction to programming and Graduate Twice, a schools-based effort that leads at-risk kids with an interest in IT to complete high school and pursue a college degree.

AIM Careerlink is a valuable job placement site that helps jobseekers zero in on opportunities with job alerts and searchable profiles. Employers maximize talent acquisition with robust employment branding, simplified applicant tracking and effortless social media posting. www.careerlink.com.

For more information on AIM membership, events and programs, visit aimforbrilliance.org, or call (402) 345-5025.

Established in 2000, ONI provides employment and workplace training, as well as other opportunities, to the blind and visually impaired. Recognized as the Greater Omaha Chamber’s 2014 Innovator of the Year, ONI is the largest employer of the blind and visually impaired in Nebraska and the only agency of its kind in a seven-state region. The organization provides independence and confidence-building services for its associates and the community, including social activities, education, training and health and wellness programs.

For more information about ONI, visit outlooknebraska.org.

The Cross Training Center’s mission is to empower and equip poverty challenged adults so they can overcome barriers to employment and become financially independent. We serve those who have been incarcerated, homeless, involved in gangs or substance abuse, human trafficking victims or who live in poverty for other reasons.

We do not give them “a fish” but as the old saying goes, “we teach them how to fish”.  They receive real job experience by recycling electronics, refurbishing computers, repairing vehicles and operating a retail store and a banquet hall.

Through character development, vocational training and work experience our students are empowered to enter the workforce and change their life.  See how you can support us or join our mission to empower others to change their life.

For more information, contact Brenda Banks: www.crosstc.com | (402) 590-2100 | brenda@crosstc.com

Since 1875, Heartland Family Service has been the area leader in creating the path to a better tomorrow for children and families. With over 50 programs, we are able to craft an integrated, multi-service approach to guide clients toward safety, well-being, and, ultimately, self-sufficiency. We believe that when life improves for one of us, life improves for all of us. We all matter.

If you are interested in supporting our mission of strengthening individuals and families in our community through education, counseling, and support services, visit HeartlandFamilyService.org or contact Chief Development Officer Donna Dostal at (402) 552-7443 or DDostal@HeartlandFamilyService.org.

Children’s Scholarship Fund of Omaha (CSF) believes that all families, regardless of income, should be able to choose the best educational setting for their children.  CSF provides tuition assistance scholarships so children from low-income families can access the private or parochial K-8 education of their choice.  CSF is destination neutral and has no religious affiliation—children attend approximately 80 different schools across Omaha and northeast Nebraska.  A crucial piece of the CSF program is the commitment it requires from families. Each CSF family must contribute $500 toward their children’s education and their children must achieve a 90% attendance rate.  Since 1999, more than 27,000 scholarships have been awarded.

CSF Omaha relies solely upon donations to provide scholarships.  If you or your company would like to make a donation or receive more information, please contact the CSF office.

For more information, contact Mary Boyle, Annual Giving Manager: mary.boyle@csfomaha.org

(402) 819-4990 | www.csfomaha.org.

Project Harmony grew out of the vision of several Omaha community professionals and advocates to create a better system of protection for abused and neglected children.  Today, Project Harmony is one of the largest Child Advocacy Centers in the nation.  This is not due to an overwhelming volume of child abuse, but due to the level of collaboration that comes together to address the issue – collectively.  Project Harmony would not be where it is today without the generous support of the Omaha Community.  But it doesn’t stop here.

Due to the terrific response of program and partnership growth, Project Harmony has been able to serve over 2,500 children in the last year and they are projecting over 3,500 children will need their services in 2015.  In addition, the agency provides training to more than 10,000 professionals each year.  As the need continues to grow, Project Harmony is forecasting continued partnerships and growth – including:

• Expanding efforts at early intervention.

• Expanding efforts with schools and coordinating access to children’s mental health services.

• Creating innovative interventions with trauma, family violence and child abuse.

• Establishing partnerships to create training and education with specialization in child abuse and trauma.

• Continuing to strengthen the prosecution of child abuse.

To find out more about Project Harmony, visit www.projectharmony.com or call (402) 595-1326.

ENCOR is a community-based program dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of people with developmental disabilities. Our mission is to support, encourage and empower people to lead lives of learning and fulfillment. This is our job at ENCOR – offering a dignified way of life.

ENCOR was established in 1968 with the help of concerned parents, elected officials and other professionals in an effort to provide community-based services to the developmentally disabled population. Over the course of the last 45 years, ENCOR has served thousands of people in a five county area which includes Douglas, Dodge, Cass, Sarpy and Washington counties. It employs over 600 staff in a variety of day and residential settings.

ENCOR offers an array of services for persons with disabilities which include but are not limited to employment, community living, day supports and specialized services such as medical or in-home supports.

ENCOR continues to grow and expand services and recently opened a new service location in Bellevue. This new service will promote and showcase inclusive services such as working with local businesses to find employment options or developing volunteer opportunities within the community.

For more information about ENCOR, call (402) 444-6937 or visit www.encor-dd.org

Merrymakers is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for seniors by encouraging active participation, increasing social interaction, and sparking memories through professional entertainment.  By offering the benefits of socialization, movement, interaction and stimulating memories through regular performances, Merrymakers programs such as the annual Roast and Songs & Suds make a huge difference in the lives of thousands of seniors in Nebraska and Central Iowa. Merrymakers’ 22 performers are all professional, and tailor their music to their audience, so seniors are offered a strong dose of the music of their youth–a healthy tonic for the boredom and loneliness endemic in senior homes. Your support of Merrymakers is a huge help in getting music to seniors in our community.

For more information, visit www.merrymakers.org or call (402) 697-0205.

Open Door Mission is a Gospel Rescue Mission founded in 1954 committed to breaking the cycle of homelessness and poverty. Each day, Open Door Mission’s campus offers 816 safe, shelter beds to homeless men, women and children, serves over 2,000 hot, nutritious meals and provides preventive measures to more than 275 people living in poverty.

Visit www.opendoormission.org or call (402) 422-1111 to see how you can make a difference in our community.

Midwest Geriatrics, Inc. provides management services for the members of our healthcare family, including Florence Home Healthcare Center & Rehabilitation, Royale Oaks Assisted Living, House of Hope Assisted Living, House of Hope Alzheimer’s Care, Gerimed & Unimed Pharmacies, Empower Home Care, and Senior Health Foundation. Our mission is to “Inspire the individuals we serve to live life to the fullest as they age.” Our heritage in caring for seniors in the Omaha area dates back over 100 years to 1906.

The Senior Health Foundation is the fundraising division of MGI and is responsible for raising private funds from the community to further our mission. Raising private funding is important as 80-90% of the residents we care for are paid by Medicaid. It is crucial that we receive community support through donations to the foundation to enable us to continue to provide the quality of care that these seniors so richly deserve.

To learn more about MGI, please visit www.omahaseniorcare.org or contact Mark Kresl at

(402) 827-6051 or mkresl@shf.org.

The mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities in Omaha (RMHC) is to create and operate programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children. We strive to do so by providing opportunities that strengthen children and families during their most difficult and challenging times.  The specific purpose of the Ronald McDonald House Charities is to support access to care, reduce financial burden, provide psychosocial support keeping families together, enhance clinical experiences and outcomes and help families resume normalcy.

With over 5,500 lodging nights annually, normalcy is established by providing warm beds, hot showers, meals, laundry facilities, family friendly kitchens, playrooms, and a playground — all of the basic essentials of home.  Additionally, the Ronald McDonald House environment includes a built in support system where families are able to connect with each other forming an interdependent network of resources and collaboration.  The cost to provide our services is approximately $120 per night, per family, and no family is ever turned away due to inability to pay the $10 suggested donation.

For more information, visit www.rmhcomaha.org.

Youth Emergency Services (YES) is the only nonprofit in Omaha with the sole focus of helping homeless and at-risk youth. In 2013-2014, YES provided support and services to over 1,700 youth in the Omaha and Council Bluffs area. YES offers a full-continuum of services to help these youth get back on track and on the road to self-sufficiency. Through the Street Outreach Program, Emergency Shelter, Transitional Living Program, and Maternity Home, youth can get a hot meal, find a safe place to sleep at night, and connect with resources to help them get back in school, find a job, and secure permanent housing. While in the program, youth are required to work and/or go to school, do community service, and pay rent which is partially refunded when they complete the program.

For more information about YES’ programs and how you can help, please visit www.yesomaha.org.

Nebraska Community Foundation is a statewide movement using philanthropy as a tool to build stronger, more prosperous communities. NCF is a partner for meeting your charitable goals no matter where you live.  It’s the way to give back to your hometown.

In just the last five years more than $120 million has been invested in our schools, hospitals, community centers, libraries, fire and rescue units, parks and recreation, youth programs and our natural environment. Thousands of citizens have enjoyed the arts, earned scholarships and received specialized training to grow local economies in Nebraska communities.

NCF is a charitable giving resource for all Nebraskans, offering donor-advised funds, designated funds, field of interest funds and life income funds which provide many tax benefits. Gifts to your hometown can be made using cash, securities, real estate, insurance, ag commodities, retirement plans, bequests and other assets.

Find out if your hometown is part of the NCF family of affiliated funds. Visit www.NebraskaHometown.org, call (402) 323-7330 or email info@nebcommfound.org.

Community 360° trains trusted volunteers for nursing homes. The nonprofit’s comprehensive training program empowers volunteers with knowledge and skills to serve elderly residents in long-term care facilities.

Nearly half of all residents in nursing homes do not receive visitors.  Research indicates a lack of visitors leads to severe loneliness, depression, and increased risk for diseases and death. Residents who do receive visitors need fewer medications and experience a higher quality of life.   Currently, 200 Community 360° volunteers visit nursing homes throughout Omaha – brightening days, and ensuring that our elderly are not forgotten.

Community 360° also hosts city-wide events for the elderly. On Valentine’s Day, 5,000 handmade cards are delivered to nursing homes across the Metro. In December, the “Christmas In Our Hearts” holiday concert is attended by 400 residents from 27 care facilities.

Become a trusted volunteer or contribute your support today! Visit www.community-360.org or call (402) 556-8032.

Kids Can Community Center focuses on children and families in South Omaha.  For children ages 18 months to 13 years old, Kids Can offers a wide variety of programs including: early childhood education, childcare, before & after school activities, out-of-school programs, tutoring and mentoring.

Kids Can utilizes the Creative Curriculum and Handwriting Without Tears for young students.  School-age children participate in STEMsmart activities focused on science, technology, engineering, mathematics, strength, music, art, reading and tutoring.  For families and individuals, Kids Can offers many community-based programs including holiday assistance, free tax assistance, and neighborhood events.

Originally founded in 1908 as Social Settlement Association of Omaha, Kids Can has a long history of making meaningful impacts in the community.  Located at 49th & Q Streets in Omaha, Kids Can Community Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

For more information visit KidsCanOmaha.org, call (402) 731-6988 or email jgillman@kidscanomaha.org.

The YMCA of Greater Omaha works to make sure every child, family and community has what they need to achieve their best. As a leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y was created in response to social challenges and remains to this day a lifeline in communities around the world. The Y understands the challenges that keep individuals from reaching their full potential and responds with services and support which help people to be self-reliant, productive and connected to the community. Founded in 1866, the YMCA of Greater Omaha has provided support to the communities of the Douglas and Sarpy Counties in Nebraska and Mills and Pottawattamie Counties in Iowa for nearly 150 years through services focused on critical areas, such as child welfare, community health, classroom readiness, environmental education, quality of life and family services.

With our doors open to all, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve. Be part of the change and make an impact today.

Learn more by visiting www.metroymca.org.

Every year, Greater Omaha SCORE volunteers help entrepreneurs start small businesses and achieve new levels of success in their existing businesses. Volunteering at SCORE is a way for entrepreneurs and business owners to give back to the community, connect with fellow business owners, and pass on their knowledge and expertise to the next generation of entrepreneurs. The Greater Omaha SCORE Chapter is a resource partner with the Small Business Administration and with the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce through its “Thrive” initiative for Greater Omaha small businesses.

SCORE volunteers provide confidential business mentoring services, which includes leading seminars and workshops to help small business owners meet their goals and achieve success. Whether you own your own small business, working or retired and have a sincere commitment for helping small businesses, there is a place for you as a SCORE volunteer.

SCORE is making a difference by helping new businesses to be successful and wants to “help make dreams come true.”

If you need help in starting a business, moving your existing business forward, or you wish to volunteer, please contact the Greater Omaha SCORE at (402) 221-3606, email score@scoreomaha.org, or visit https://omaha.score.org.

The Eastern Nebraska Veterans’ Home, located in Bellevue, opened its doors on July 14, 2007.  The 20-acre site serves 120 members. The home is structured into four distinct neighborhoods based on care levels: Allegiance Neighborhood – Memory Support/Alzheimers, Dedication Neighborhood – Domiciliary, Motivation Neighborhood – Intermediate Nursing Care and Service – Skilled Nursing Care.  Each neighborhood has 30 beds and its own exterior courtyard. Members enjoy the Veterans Memorial Garden, gazebo, M-60 Tank and numerous gardens located on the grounds.  All veterans who served on active duty, who were discharged or otherwise separated with a characterization of honorable or general (under honorable conditions) and who lived in Nebraska at least two years during their lifetime are eligible.  Spouses, widows and widowers of veterans along with Gold Star mothers and fathers are eligible under similar requirements.

More information can also be found at http://dhhs.ne.gov/veterans or by calling (402) 595-2180.

As part of its mission of Supporting and Strengthening Youth, Young Adults and Families, the Omaha Home for Boys is committed to providing services to young men and women ages 12-24 through family-style, community-based programs supported by education.  As we approach our 100th anniversary in 2020, we will continue to adapt and change to meet the needs of youth and families throughout the community. Our promise began 95 years ago – to help youth become productive, independent adults who contribute positively to and responsibly in their community. The Omaha Home for Boys is a private, nonprofit, nonsectarian organization providing services to youth regardless of race, religion or ability to pay and is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children (COA).

For more information, please call (402) 457-7000 or visit www.omahahomeforboys.org.

Omaha Creative Institute (OCI) builds the audience for the arts in the greater Omaha area​ and provides resources, emphasizing financial sustainability, to artists​.​  Founded in 2008, OCI provides local artists the resources needed to enrich their careers, offers creative team-building activities for groups, and inspires engagement between artists and the community. ​ ​OCI presents annually the nationally recognized professional development program ​“Artist INC” which teaches artists ​the ​business skills ​needed for a viable art practice. OCI ​also ​offer​s​ innovative team-building experiences for ​groups where artists lead participants in creative, hands-on activities in an array of artistic mediums​.​  OCI presents public art projects, including the global phenomenon “Play Me, I’m Yours” which placed pianos decorated by local artists around the city for use by the public. This project won the 2013 Omaha Entertainment and Arts Award for Best Public Arts Project.

To learn more please visit www.omahacreativeinstitute.org, call (402) 593-9632, or find OCI on Facebook at facebook.com/omahacreativeinstitute.

The Hope Center for Kids strives to faithfully inspire hope in youth through education, employability, collaboration and faith. Located in North Omaha and Fremont, The Hope Center for Kids has the opportunity to impact over 1,650 youth each year. Offering education and faith-based programming, nutrition and a safe place for fun and relationship building, lives are being transformed at The Hope Center for Kids.

To meet daily needs and continue to reach even more youth with life-transforming hope, The Hope Center for Kids relies on volunteers and financial partners.

If you would like to join The Hope Center for Kids in impacting the lives of the next generation, please call (402) 341-4673 or visit www.hopecenterforkids.com.

If you pause for a moment to look up at those around you and there’s 4 women in the room, statistically 1 of those 4 women have or will suffer a miscarriage.  Is that you?  A friend? Your mom or sister?  H.E.A.L.ing Embrace (Helping Everyone After Loss) was birthed after the loss of 5 children between two grieving moms, and co-founder Jennifer Sommer is now the first-ever certified bereavement doula in Nebraska.

The organization was founded on the mission that no family should have to walk alone during one of the most challenging journeys they will ever have to face.  H.E.A.L.ing Embrace was formed to raise awareness in the Omaha area as well as to help families who have suffered the loss of a baby through pregnancy or infancy to financially help them with medical expenses, funeral expenses, grief counseling or postpartum assistance.

To learn more about H.E.A.L.ing Embrace, please visit www.healingembrace.org or email Jennifer at jasommer09@gmail.com.

The Papillion-La Vista Schools Foundation (www.plvschoolsfoundation.org) strives to enhance educational opportunities for students of the Papillion-La Vista School District by offering activities and programs that would not otherwise be possible. The partnership between our community and the Papillion-La Vista Schools Foundation has been the catalyst for great student opportunity. The Foundation has provided millions of dollars to support students, staff, and families with programs including Kids Club, the Student Emergency Fund, Outdoor Ed, Elementary Arts, Career Academies, Teacher Grants, Graduating Senior Scholarships, Endowed & Expendable Funds for Excellence, Alumni Outreach, Cooperation BEST, and more.

Contact: Erin Burke at (402) 898-0477.

Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska (LFS) is a 123-year-old organization with a long history of providing human services to Nebraskans. Touching the lives of over 35,000 individuals annually, LFS programs provide human care services that build and strengthen individual, family and community life. Services include mental health and substance abuse treatment, foster care and adoption services, and services to immigrant and refugee communities.  As a community partner, LFS works with nonprofits, government, faith-based entities and businesses to create safety, hope and well-being for all people.

LFS is accredited by both the Council on Accreditation for Children and Family Services and the Better Business Bureau, a confirmation of the organization’s ongoing commitment to quality care and service. The organization is a recipient of the 2015 Greater Omaha Business Excellence Award from the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce.

To learn more about Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, visit www.lfsneb.org.

Our Mission:

Located in North Omaha, the Omaha Street School is an accredited, faith-based, alternative high school for at-risk teens who have not had success in traditional schools.  Serving a diverse and low income population, OSS offers a personalized education, a moral code, and tools for self-sufficiency.  Academic success is measured in three ways:  graduation; re-entry into public school; or referrals to positive next step programs.  In the past five years, 90% of OSS students accomplished one of these three goals.

Programs and Services:

OSS is an accredited high school serving students in the Omaha metropolitan area.  Education is provided by state certified instructors with a heart for at-risk teens.  Volunteers and community professionals participate in the unique educational model designed to develop community and foster success.  Strengths include:  small instructor to student ratio (1:8); focus on the whole student—academic, vocational, personal, spiritual; and a nurturing environment that includes student families.

For more information, please call (402) 451-5234 or visit www.omahastreetschool.com.

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