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Some call it stories. Others call it a blog. But here you'll find nuggets of goodness to use and -- you guessed it -- SHARE!

Diana: Volunteering is fun!

Written by Diana Gleisberg    on April 24, 2019

Diana Gleisberg is a passionate volunteer, world traveler, concert enthusiast and massive Nebraska fan. Connect with her on Facebook and Instagram, @volunteeromaha. In honor of April's (do)GOOD month, we asked Diana to share why she volunteers. Pledge to join the (do)GOOD movement and apply to volunteer now.

I don’t solely volunteer for the warm fuzzies, sharing my blessings, or making a difference in the lives of others.  Whilst this is obviously the main reason I #shareitforward, I also volunteer because I genuinely enjoy doing so! I have FUN volunteering!

Diana: Share random acts of kindness throughout the metro

Written by Diana Gleisberg    on February 11, 2019    in

Guest blogger Diana Gleisberg is a passionate volunteer, world traveler, concert enthusiast and massive Nebraska fan. Connect with her on Facebook and Instagram, @volunteeromaha. 

February is home to several holidays such as Valentine’s Day, Groundhog’s Day and President’s Day. SHARE Omaha is quite fond of another holiday occurring this month: Random Acts of Kindness Day, celebrated on February 17th.

Diana: Why you should #SHAREitForward

Written by Diana Gleisberg    on January 9, 2019    in
Diana Gleisberg is a passionate volunteer, world traveler, concert enthusiast and massive Nebraska fan. Connect with her on Facebook and Instagram, @volunteeromaha.

We can all change the world. You've heard it before, but it's true. Mother Teresa, Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr all began as ordinary citizens who felt called to serve and make an impact. And as their vision caught on they were able to inspire communities, political leaders, religious institutions and everyday humans to join them in their movement. 

I invite you to join the #SHAREitForward movement, right here in the Omaha metro. Select a metro nonprofit, do good and share. It's simple.