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A Light In A Dark Place
A Light In A Dark Place provides: 1) Housing Assistance for those who have an eviction Notice, Temporary Shelter for Foster Care Individuals, those who have aged out of the system, & A safe Place from Abuse 2) Child Care Assistance 3) Life-Skills Assistance Temporary Placement Parenting Information/Group Sessions Changing Mindsets to Succeed The Goal of this Ministry is to offer a positive outlook on LIFE.
Bike Walk Nebraska
Thank you for your support! The mission of Bike Walk Nebraska is to cultivate safe and accessible active transportation in 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. Learn more at www.bikewalknebraska.org.
Chariots4Hope is a is a faith-based organization that empowers low-income individuals and families to reach and maintain self-sufficiency through car ownership and afterCARe services. Chariots4Hope exists because of our generous donors, volunteers and community partners who understand that reliable transportation is a vital component for the many lives we serve.
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.
Keep Kids Alive Drive 25
The mission of KEEP KIDS ALIVE DRIVE 25 is to make streets safer for all who walk, cycle, play, drive, and ride. Doing so preserves lives and relationships. We live our mission by: 1) Creating campaigns to educate motorists, passengers, pedestrians, and cyclists to practice behaviors that keep everyone safe on & along roadways. 2) Supporting families who experience the death of a loved one due to a traffic incident through Live Forward! - bringing good into the world in their honor and memory.
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 Association of the Deaf
Nebraska Association of the Deaf (NeAD)is the state's oldest organization of and by a disability group (founded in 1902) to provide social advocacy for deaf and hard of hearing people. Of primary concern and focus is the quality of educational services for the deaf and hard of hearing children.
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.
Omaha Home for Boys
Did you know that one of the most significant and common obstacles that the young adults served by Omaha Home for Boys face is access to reliable, affordable transportation? Help us put wheels in motion during Omaha Gives to raise $25,000 for transportation needs and expenses, such as fuel gift cards, driver's education, bus passes, bicycles and helmets, and vehicle licensing fees. Your gift today grants independence for tomorrow for young adults in our community!
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.