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See where we’ve grown and where we can do better as a community.

See where we’ve grown and where we can do better as a community.

The Omaha Community Foundation is a giving collective that connects philanthropists with the people and nonprofits who are making an impact here. We’re deeply rooted in the community and committed to understanding its challenges and opportunities so that we can make strategic investments in a future where everyone can thrive.

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Donors

We make it easier for generous people to accomplish more with their charitable investments.

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Advisors

We are a resource to advisors, with tailored solutions to make the most of their clients’ philanthropic giving.

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Nonprofits

We are a partner to nonprofits, offering grants and support to address local needs and priorities.

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OCF Launches New Data Site with Community Indicators

The Omaha Community Foundation has launched a new, comprehensive platform to house its data indicator project, The Landscape. The community-driven data project presents credible, comprehensive findings to better understand key […]

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Change is Needed to Employ Black Women, Immigrants, and Essential Workers

When a worker at a meatpacking plant contracted coronavirus, her employer offered two weeks of paid leave. After that, Julia* continued to struggle with long-term health issues caused by COVID-19. […]

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Doing More to Support Racial Equity as Individuals, Organizations

At the Omaha Community Foundation, we recently hosted a virtual conversation for fundholders, focused on Funding Racial Equity, to help inform personal giving. We shared some of the ways we […]

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Community Resilience Fund Awards $98K to Nonprofits for Pandemic Recovery

The Omaha Community Foundation is pleased to announce another round of Community Resilience Fund grant recipients. Nine local nonprofits, serving those disproportionately affected by COVID-19, received funds totaling $98,352. Launched in […]

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