Selected community organizations
Protects Nebraska’s natural heritage by educating the public, supporting communities and increasing civic engagement, and educating the public, media and elected officials on important conservation issues.
Life Launch Academy (aka Courteous Kids)
Works to cultivate character, confidence and compassion in youth, in Nebraska and beyond. It offers programs to the general public and through contract services, working with Omaha Public Schools, Girl Scouts and many other community youth organizations such as Completely Kids, Omaha Boys and Girls Clubs. , the YMCAs of the region and others.
Raise Omaha Inc.
Works to create a platform in Omaha to raise the voices of young people and equip them to become leaders who defend themselves and their peers, provide insight into youth-centered solutions and funding opportunities for pave the way for a better future. It provides opportunities for young people to participate and develop skills in our foundational pillars: (1) Youth-Led Participatory Action Research (YPAR), (2) Youth Advocacy, (3) Technical Assistance and (4) aims to establish a system for awarding grants. organizations in the community.
Nebraska Epilepsy Foundation (EFNE)
Educate, empower and defend the people of Nebraska affected by this difficult neurological diagnosis. EFNE was chartered in 2018 to target local services and support the State.
Association of Sister Cities of Omaha (OSCA)
Supports Omaha’s connections with its sister cities around the world. It is a fully voluntary, not-for-profit, member-based organization with close and long-term ties to the UN. Since its inception in 1965 with the start of a sister city relationship with Shizuoka, Japan, the OSCA has expanded to include 6 other sister cities and a recent friendship city.
Learn for ALL
Help adults in Omaha acquire the language, language and life skills necessary to thrive and achieve their life goals. LFA offers learning opportunities with the flexibility of schedules, the pace of the program, the one-on-one support, and the family environment that students need to achieve their goals and be successful in life.
Touch of gold
A maternal welfare organization focused on the needs of minority women with a mission and vision to bridge the gap between businesses, entities, providers and mothers who have difficulty accessing their services.
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