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Latino Center of the Midlands

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Year Founded:
1971
Local Leader / Exec. Director:
Albert Varas
Main Address:
4821 South 24th Street
Omaha, NE 68107

What We Do

The Latino Center of the Midlands (LCM) is an education and social service nonprofit located in South Omaha, the heart of Omaha’s Latino community.

Our work is rooted in advocacy for and service to Omaha’s Latino community, and our mission is to cultivate generations of engaged, thriving Latinos through educational support, workforce development, and leadership opportunities.

Our three major programs, Family and Community Well-Being, Pathways to Success, and Workforce Education and Innovation impact over 2,500 individuals and families a year.

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Our Do Good Days Message:
At The Latino Center of the Midlands our “why” is to create an equitable society where all Latinos are able to achieve their fullest potential by fostering generations of active, prosperous Latinos through three main programs. We want you to experience the power of this work. You’re invited to be a part of our Do Good Days!

Interesting Info

In total, 416 individuals were served through the 2020 Siembra Nebraska Distribution Drives and Community Health Day.
With the help of 9590 interventions, we helped establish attendance goals with students.
We distributed 10,250 Pantries, Hygiene Kits, and Mental Health Kits in 2020.

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