Audubon Nebraska, as part of the National Audubon Society, protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow, throughout the Americas using science, advocacy, education, and on-the-ground... Learn more »
Gotta Be Me creates and facilitates programs and events to promote the inclusion of children and adults with disabilities into our communities, creating a culture that is brimming with life, dignity... Learn more »
Film Streams is dedicated to enhancing the cultural environment of the Omaha-Council Bluffs area through the presentation and discussion of film as an art form.
Our organization oversees two... Learn more »
Connections Area Agency on Aging is your one stop shop for aging in place in Iowa. We enhance the quality of life for elders through education, planning, and coordination of services.
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Since opening in 1993, El Museo Latino has been dedicated to exhibiting, collecting and preserving Latino art, delivering art education programs in the visual and performing arts, and celebrating... Learn more »
Carole's House of Hope transitional living home provides supportive, safe and secure housing to homeless young women and mothers (ages 19-26), and their children, most of whom have experienced trauma... Learn more »
Heartland Bike Share makes bikes available to the public to improve the environment, enhance riders' fitness, create joy, and provide transportation for those with no other options through Heartland... Learn more »
The Union for Contemporary Art is committed to strengthening the creative culture of the greater Omaha area by providing direct support to local artists and increasing the visibility of contemporary... Learn more »
The Charles E. Lakin Human Services Campus is home to Boys and Girls Club, Heartland Family Service, MICAH House and The Salvation Army. We provide assistance, education and resources to help... Learn more »
ALS in the Heartland provides immediate help to people with ALS, their families, and caregivers in Nebraska and western Iowa. Free services include respite grants, children funds, education, guidance... Learn more »
The Nebraska Alliance provides statewide leadership in the fight against child abuse while working with our member Centers, the seven Child Advocacy Centers (CACs) located throughout Nebraska. The... Learn more »
ynpnGO supports the next generation of nonprofit leadership through networking and professional development opportunities. We hold monthly events to connect nonprofit employees and nonprofit... Learn more »
From diagnosis through end of life, Project Pink’d, Inc. provides tools, resources and a strong network to strengthen and renew the mind, body and spirit of breast cancer survivors in Nebraska and... Learn more »
Centro Latino is the premier bilingual and bicultural nonprofit in Council Bluffs / Pottawattamie County serving our local Latino families with an array of human services.
Our mission is to educate... Learn more »
The Omaha Symphony stands as the musical core of the city serving as an essential resource for live orchestral performances, musical entertainment and education and community engagement.
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The Bike Union is dedicated to providing workforce and personal development to youth aging out of foster care and to strengthening our community as a whole. Let’s achieve positive social change... Learn more »
Conceive Nebraska supports individuals and couples facing fertility challenges in the greater Omaha area by increasing and improving educational resources and to raise awareness by changing the... Learn more »
Citylight Arts Project exists to make more room for the arts in Benson by empowering the next generation of creatives and art patrons in a welcoming, inclusive space to learn and create.
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Coming together and supporting one another is one of the things our community does best.
We're delighted to announce that Grief's Journey and HEALing Embrace have merged. To bolster and grow the... Learn more »
The Omaha World-Herald’s charitable involvement dates back to the 1890s, when poor crops and high unemployment left many Nebraskans short of food, fuel and clothing. In 1894, the World-Herald asked... Learn more »