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Chariots4Hope is a faith-based organization that provides automobiles to low income families and individuals in need of transportation who have been recommended to us by one of our referring organizations. Chariots4Hope exists because of our generous donors, volunteers and community partners who understand that reliable transportation is a vital component for self-sufficiency - a requirement for stable employment, the care of children, and the pursuit of education.
Developmental Services of Nebraska-Omaha
DSN supports persons, both children and adults, with mental health needs and/or developmental disabilities gain skills, knowledge and experience to increasingly use and benefit from the resources and settings available to all citizens in our community. Given the opportunity and correct support, people with developmental disabilities can achieve their dreams.
Eastern Nebraska Community Action Partnership
The mission of ENCAP is to eliminate the causes of poverty by strengthening individuals, families, and communities through self-sufficiency initiatives in Douglas and Sarpy Counties. Established in 1965, ENCAP is a non-profit community organization located in the heart of North Omaha. As a Community Action Agency, ENCAP is responsible for providing programming that meets community needs, and responds to the voices of the low-income community.
Heartland Bike Share
Heartland Bike Share is a 501c3 non-profit organization that exists for the development, promotion, and operation of bike sharing programs throughout the Heartland region for the benefit of the general public, aimed at promoting health and quality of life as well as mitigating climate change and promoting the use of sustainable forms of transportation.
Heartland Family Service
Since 1875, Heartland Family Service has been the leader in creating the path to a better tomorrow for children and families in the metro area. With over 50 programs in our organization, we hand-craft an integrated, multi-service approach to guide our clients toward safety, well-being and, ultimately, self-sufficiency. We firmly believe that when life improves for one of us, life improves for all of us. We all matter.
Mode Shift Omaha
Mode Shift Omaha advocates for transportation options. Options for families to safely walk or bicycle to schools, markets, and parks. Transit options for people who need to get to work. Options that create a thriving and growing community, provide economic opportunities, and attract and retain young and old to our city. With your support we can increase our impact engaging the public, influencing decisions about transportation and land use, and monitoring designs and projects.
* * * Nebraska Ataxia's nonprofit mission is to help those affected by ataxia through direct assistance, education and awareness, support for caregivers, and funding for medical therapies, equipment and research. Our organization's programs and partnerships focus on improving the quality of life for ataxians in our service area of Nebraska and Iowa. * * *
Nebraska Bicycling Alliance
Thank you for your support! The mission of the Nebraska Bicycling Alliance is to cultivate a safer, more bicycle friendly Nebraska through partnerships, education and advocacy. We have a successful track record of advocating for laws, street design and policies that improve safety and access for people on bicycles. Your donation will help us continue that momentum by contributing to the salary of our Executive Director. Learn more at www.nebike.org.
OUR VISION Anyone in Omaha, Nebraska and the surrounding area can easily, safely, and efficiently use a bike for a trip anywhere, anytime. To make Omaha a premier metropolitan area for the bicycling public. OUR MISSION Omaha Bikes is a community organization that promotes and advocates for improved transportation, utility, and recreational bicycling infrastructure, opportunities, and experiences for the people of Omaha, Nebraska and the surrounding area.
Refugee Empowerment Center
Our mission is to resettle and empower refugees to become self-sufficient through direct services and educational programs.
Share A Fare
Share A Fare was founded by the Omaha Council of the Blind, in 1993, and became a 501c3, in 2003. The nonprofit was developed to fill unmet transportation needs of blind and visually impaired citizens, in the Greater Omaha Area. Share A Fare programs assist all ages who are legally blind, or whose visual impairment prohibits driving. Programs provide transportation to work, school, and medical appointments, to enjoy culture, worship, and shop, helping the blind to live full, independent lives.