This blog is guest-written by Sarah Phelps, Smile Baggs Board Member
Our Smile Baggs founder, Desree Coleman, often says that she wants working moms to have the opportunities, resources, and respite that she didn’t have as the single working mother of two children. She sees that moms in our community could thrive and lead so much more with a little help along the way.
This blog is guest written by Heather Engdahl of Civic Nebraska
From its inception, the United States has devalued, disrespected, and criminalized Black people. For each attempt to address the institutionalized racism in this country, there has been a response of restrictive policy or discriminatory practices to maintain power and control by the white and wealthy.
This blog is guest written by Rachel Carver, APR, CUES Fund communications and marketing director
“With CUES we have confidence our boys are in good hands in all aspects of education. The CUES Student and Family Support program is a huge asset for my family and is unique.” -Gatien Meba, CUES parent
In July 2018, my very pregnant daughter and son-in-law had moved to Omaha so he could take a job at Mutual of Omaha in the actuarial department. A couple of months later, I arrived in Omaha to meet my beautiful granddaughter. At the time, I was living and working in Michigan and preparing to make a move to Gainesville, Florida.
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!!