We are thrilled to announce SHARE Omaha is the UNO Athletics Impact Partner Sponsor for 2019-2020!
At every UNO Hockey game, fans will have the opportunity to engage with the featured nonprofit partner at the SHARE Omaha Impact Partner table. As SHARE Omaha amplifies the needs of local nonprofits, connecting givers to ways to volunteer and donate, SHARE Omaha is proud to offer this opportunity for nonprofits to reach new supporters, at no charge to the nonprofit.
If your nonprofit organization is interested in a future table, apply here.
Assistance League® of Omaha’s Operation School Bell® is a program that offers over 4,000 children the opportunity to shop for new clothing at JCPenney at Westroads Mall. Research shows that when children feel good about what they are wearing, attendance and grades improve.
This effort wouldn’t be possible without the dedication of 450 volunteers. Many parents say they appreciate the kind and welcoming Assistance League of Omaha volunteers.
Get in the Fall spirit and warm your heart with these easy volunteer opportunities in the Omaha metro.
Volunteer a few hours at a Fall or Halloween Event
Smores, trunk-or-treats and a “haunted” train, these are signs Fall has arrived! These upcoming events need volunteers to offer just a few hours of their time. Sign up below. Ghoul have a spooky good time.
Mouth-watering BBQ, exclusive raffle prizes and a unique volunteer opportunity: You don't want to miss the first-ever Don't Go Hungry Games!
Heartland Hope Mission invites you to join them at their Feed a Family Dinner on Thursday, October 10th to fight hunger together. This year's theme is the Don’t Go Hungry Games! Volunteers will lead guests into a game full of twists and turns, competition and prizes. Attendees will gain a new understanding of the challenges Heartland Hope Mission clients face in their day to day lives.
AFSP is working to prevent the second leading cause of death for Nebraskans age 15-34 and ninth leading cause of death for all age groups. Their work saves lives and brings hope to those affected by suicide through suicide prevention trainings, community outreach and mental health advocacy.
Volunteers like Mark and Jenn make every hour count because of a desire to let others know that they are not alone.
Every year, a group of Northwest Arkansas churches partner together for a mission trip and volunteer for a week. Early this summer they asked Google, ‘Where should we go? Who needs our help?’
They discovered this posting on SHARE Omaha. They were drawn to Omaha Rapid Response’s need for flood relief volunteers. Their 50 student and 20 adult volunteers could make a big difference in King Lake.
We have so much great news to share from our nonprofit partners about their amazing work. But, we'd love to hear from you. Let us know if you have stories you'd like to tell and we'll make you a guest blogger!!