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5 Ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day and support nonprofits

Written by Katie Fourney    on February 10, 2020    in
There are as many ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day as there are varieties of roses. Here are five ways to celebrate Cupid’s day AND support local Omaha metro nonprofits. And, if you’re not feeling the love, suggestion #5 is for you.
 

1. Gift a Nebraska Humane Society sweatshirt 




Spay. Neuter. Wrap your Valentine in a cushy sweatshirt of love. Shop here.
 

2. Attend Heartland Hope Mission’s open house: A Brunch of Love




Enjoy a mouthwatering Valentine’s Day brunch and networking with other professionals. RSVP here.
 


3. Send a Midlands Humane Society Wag-a-gram




Your Wag-A-Gram from the Midlands Humane Society will include a long-stemmed rose, cookie and personalized greeting card, all delivered by a "Canine Cupid" to your home or place of business. Send a wag-a-gram.
 


4. Gift tickets to Brahms Symphony No. 1



 

You’ll feel like you’ve gone to New York City with the strutting strings, powerful brass and wicked rhythms in Bernstein’s opening Three Dance Episodes from On the Town! Get tickets.
 

5. Smash walls, not hearts, with Habitat Omaha volunteering




Grab a few of your gal pals (or come by yourself!) and join other women as Habitat for Humanity of Omaha tears down walls, breaks things and smashes stereotypes. Why not take a breather from all the hearts and roses? Spend the day with Habitat Omaha, hammering out that energy and helping your community in the process! Sign up here.