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1 FUND FOR OMAHA Grant History FALL 2014 Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts $10,000 Blue Barn Theatre $5,000 Community Bicycle Shop of Omaha, Inc. $5,000 Completely Kids $10,000 Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Nebraska $5,000 CUES $10,000 Florence Home for the Aged $5,000 Heartland Family Service $10,000 Heartland Hope Mission (formerly Mission For All Nations) $10,000 Heart Ministry Center $10,000 Hope Center for Kids $10,000 Institute for Holocaust Education $5,000 Legal Aid of Nebraska $10,000 Live Well Omaha $5,000 Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc. $10,000 National Coalition of 100 Black Women (NC100BW) $5,000 Nebraska AIDS Project $10,000 Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law in the Public Interest $5,000 North Omaha Area Health (NOAH) Clinic $5,000 Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance $10,000 Omaha Outward Bound School $5,000 Omaha Public Library Foundation $10,000 One World Community Health Centers, Inc. $10,000 Saving Grace Perishable Food Rescue Inc. $10,000 The Salvation Army $10,000 Youth Emergency Services $10,000 CONTACT US AT OMAHAFOUNDATION.ORG OR (402) OR VISIT OMAHAFOUNDATION.ORG Let good grow.

2 SPRING Black Men of Omaha, Inc. $3,000 ALLPLAY Foundation, Inc. $5,000 Ally Mentoring $2,500 Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands $3,000 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands $3,000 Boys Town National Research Hospital $5,000 Children s Scholarship Fund of Omaha $3,000 Collective for Youth $3,000 College Possible Omaha $10,000 Compassion In Action Inc. $5,000 Concord Mediation Center $3,000 Durham Museum $5,000 El Museo Latino $5,000 Family Housing Advisory Services, Inc. $10,000 Girls Incorporated of Omaha $10,000 GOALS Center $3,000 Goodwill Industries, Inc. $5,000 Holy Name Housing Corporaton $5,000 Institute of Public Life $3,000 J s Braintrust Consulting Services Inc. $3,000 Justice For Our Neighbors-Nebraska $10,000 Literacy Center for the Midlands $10,000 Mercy Housing Midwest $2,500 MICAH House $5,000 New Visions Homeless Services $10,000 No More Empty Pots $10,000 NOVA Treatment Community $3,000 Omaha Girls Rock, Inc. $5,000 Omaha Street School $5,000 Outlook Nebraska, Inc. $3,000 Partnership 4 Kids $3,000 River City Mixed Chorus $1,000 TeamMates Mentoring Program $5,000 Together Inc. of Metropolitan Omaha $5,000 The Tri-Faith Initiative of Omaha, Inc. $3,000 The Union for Contemporary Art $3,000 Visiting Nurse Health Services $5,000 Volunteers Assisting Seniors $5,000 Women s Center for Advancement $10,000 2

3 FALL 2013 American Heart Association $10,000 Angels Among Us $10,000 Assistance League of Omaha $5,500 Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts $10,000 CASA for Douglas County $10,000 Completely Kids $10,000 CUES $10,000 Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy $5,500 Hope Center for Kids $10,000 Inclusive Communities $10,000 Institute for Holocaust Education $5,500 Kids Can Community Center $10,000 Legal Aid of Nebraska $10,000 Live Well Omaha $10,000 Love s Jazz and Arts Center $5,500 Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc. $10,000 Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law in the Public Interest $10,000 Omaha Area Youth Orchestras $5,500 Stephen Center, Inc. $10,000 Urban League of Nebraska $5,500 Youth Emergency Services $10,000 SPRING 2013 Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands $7,000 Blue Barn Theatre $10,000 Children s Respite Care Center $10,000 Children s Scholarship Fund of Omaha $5,000 Collective for Youth $10,000 College Possible $2,500 Community Bike Shop of Omaha, Inc. $15,000 Deer Park Neighborhood Association $8,000 Girls, Inc. $10,000 Justice for our Neighbors Nebraska $10,000 Literacy Center for the Midlands $10,000 Micah House $10,000 Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance $5,000 Omaha Street School $10,000 One World Community Health Centers, Inc. $7,500 Royal Family Kids Camp Omaha $7,000 Southern Sudan Community Association $7,500 Ted E. Bear Hollow $10,000 Together $15,500 Women s Center for Advancement $10,000 3

4 FALL 2012 Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts $6,800 Completely Kids $10,000 Creighton University $10,000 Heartland Family Service $10,000 Heartland Hope Mission (formerly Mission For All Nations) $5,000 Heartland Workforce Solutions $10,000 Legal Aid of Nebraska $10,000 Love s Jazz and Arts Center $5,000 Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc. $8,000 Metropolitan Community College Foundation $8,125 Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law in the Public Interest $10,000 Partnership 4 Kids $8,000 Project Interfaith $8,000 QLI (Quality Living, Inc.) $4,000 Special Olympics Nebraska $8,000 Stephen Center, Inc. $10,000 Table Grace Cafe $6,000 Take Flight Farms $10,000 United Methodist Ministries $3,500 Volunteers Assisting Seniors $10,000 Youth Emergency Services $10,000 SPRING Black Men of Omaha, Inc. $10,000 ALS in the Heartland $6,868 Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands $10,000 CASA for Douglas County $10,000 Children s Scholarship Fund of Omaha (CSF) $10,000 Douglas County Historical Society $3,000 Durham Museum $9,900 Girls Inc. $10,000 Inclusive Communities $10,000 incommon Community Development $10,000 Justice for Our Neighbors - Nebraska $10,000 Kids Can Community Center $10,000 Neighborhood Center of Greater Omaha $9,000 NorthStar Foundation $7,000 Omaha Street School $9,500 One World Community Health Centers, Inc. $10,000 Ted E. Bear Hollow $15,000 Together $10,000 4

5 FALL 2011 Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts $8,500 for a Residency Program Assistant Blue Barn Theatre $8,500 for a branded marketing initiative Completely Kids $10,000 for two Family Strengthening Programs (the Liberty Project and the Family Support Center) Edmonson Youth Development Outreach Learning Center $10,000 to fund operations and afterschool programs Emerging Terrain $10,000 for a part-time administration assistant Habitat for Humanity of Omaha, Inc. $8,500 for the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative (NRI) Heartland Workers Center $10,000 for the HWC Health and Training Institute Hogan s Junior Golf Heroes Foundation $10,000 to expand the role of the Program Director Love s Jazz and Arts Center $10,000 for capacity building in the areas of staff, operations, programs and marketing Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc. $8,500 for Rsafe (SM) therapy program for child victims of sexual abuse Midwest Trailblazers Youth Program $10,650 for the Trailblazers Financial Aid Program Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law in the Public Interest $10,000 for a part-time intake coordinator Omaha Area Health Education Center $8,500 for the AHEC Nurses Academy training program Omaha Creative Institute $8,500 for an enhanced website Stephen Center, Inc. $8,500 for safety and security upgrades at the Emergency Shelter and HERO building Volunteers Assisting Seniors $10,000 for general operating expenses Women s Center for Advancement (WCA) $10,000 for a new database system SPRING 2011 Activate Omaha $5,200 for program expenses Charles Drew Health Center $10,000 for program expenses Children s Square U.S.A. $12,000 for capacity building expenses Girls Inc. $10,000 for program expenses Justice For Our Neighbors-Nebraska $10,000 for capacity building expenses Kids Can Community Center $14,500 for capacity building expenses Micah House $10,000 for operating expenses Omaha Community Foundation $50,000 for grants to the 10 organizations in the Year Two of the Nonprofit Capacity Building Initiative Omaha Hearing School for Children, Inc. $10,000 for operating expenses Omaha Street School $8,350 for capacity building expenses One World Community Health Centers, Inc. $10,000 for program expenses Seven Oaks of Florence $4,890 for operating expenses Ted E. Bear Hollow $10,000 for program expenses Youth Emergency Services $10,000 for operating expenses 5

6 FALL 2010 African American Achievement Council $10,000 for program expenses African American Empowerment Network $15,000 for capacity building expenses Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands $7,500 for capacity building expenses CASA For Douglas County $10,000 for program expenses Concord Center $10,000 for operating expenses Eastern Nebraska Community Action Partnership $10,000 for capacity building expenses Foster CARE Closet $10,000 for operating expenses Hope Center for Kids $10,000 for program expenses Legal Aid of Nebraska $5,000 for program expenses Literacy Center for the Midlands $10,000 for operating expenses Midwest Trailblazers Youth Program $8,575 for capacity building expenses Mission For All Nations $10,000 for operating expenses Nonprofit Association of the Midlands $9,500 for capacity building expenses Siena Francis House, Inc. $8,100 for program expenses Stephen Center, Inc. $10,000 for operating expenses Urban League of Nebraska $10,000 for program expenses SPRING 2010 Brookside Church $9,500 for program expenses Camp Fire USA Midlands Council $10,000 for program expenses Care-a-Van $5,000 for operating expenses Compassion in Action $10,000 for operating expenses Domestic Violence Coordinating Council $5,500 for operating expenses Heartland Family Service $4,750 for program expenses Interfaith Health Services $5,000 for program expenses Legal Aid of Nebraska $10,000 for program expenses Metro Area Continuum of Care for the Homeless (MACCH) $15,000 for operating expenses MICAH House Corporation $10,000 for operating expenses Midwest Trailblazers $10,000 for program expenses Nothing But Net Foundation $10,000 for operating expenses Omaha Community Foundation $50,000 for grants to the 10 organizations in the Year One of the Nonprofit Capacity Building Initiative Partnerships in Aging $10,000 for program expenses Prevent Blindness Nebraska $2,807 for capacity building expenses RESPECT 2 $4,875 for program expenses Ted E. Bear Hollow $10,000 for capacity building expenses Volunteers Assisting Seniors $10,000 for program expenses 6

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