Year Founded
2015
EIN
85-1203182
Local Leader/Exec. Director
Alexis Bromley
Public Contact Name
Noelle Blood-Anderson
Main Address

3902 Davenport St.
Omaha, NE 68131
United States

What We Do

Who We Are

One Omaha empowers people where they live with education, training, and engagement to develop thriving neighborhoods. We value inclusive participation in the growth of our communities and are passionate about enhancing the quality of life in our city.

Who We Serve

Residents have tremendous potential to take collective action to create solutions for common problems. Our work focuses on neighborhood and community-led groups to address lack of capacity and help them gain greater control of their own future development.

What Sets Us Apart

One Omaha is the only nonprofit serving all neighborhoods throughout the city of Omaha in addition to community-led groups. Using an asset-based community development model for our place-based initiatives, we focus on the strengths and assets of a neighborhood/group rather than its deficits and problems.  By offering tangible resources to keep residents informed and connected to their community, we equip them to influence decisions that impact their lives.

Interesting Info
  • In 2022, we’ve worked with 63 neighborhood groups regarding fiscal sponsorship, capacity building, grant opportunities, and general support.
  • By serving as a fiscal agent, One Omaha has helped neighborhood groups receive $42,223 in grant funds in 2022.
  • Between 2020 and 2022, One Omaha directly distributed $14,000 in mini-grant funds to 26 groups.
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Events

December Grant Writing Workshop
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Duration of 1 hour 30 minutes
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January Grant Writing Workshop
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Duration of 1 hour 30 minutes
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Photos and Videos
Alex O'Hanlon writes on paper stuck to the wall while teaching a small group of adult learners.
Community members do a walking assessment in a Millard neighborhood, guided by a MAPA staff member.
A resident points out an area of interest on a map of Omaha to executive director Alexis Bromley.
Attendees listen to two speakers at a workshop in the One Omaha office.
A slide for the Omaha Neighborhood Grant Program workshop, hosted by One Omaha.