Other Archive

0

Omaha Public Library

Jody duRand ~ (402)554-3385 ~ jdurand@omahalibrary.org
UNO Community Engagement Center, 6001 Dodge St #223B, Omaha NE 68182 ~ www.omahalibrary.org

 

Volunteers are welcome at any of our twelve locations. If you are interested in volunteering you can find applications by going to our website at www.omahalibrary.org.  Click on Support the Library and then click on Volunteer where you will find links to applications.  You can fill out an application and send it directly to the branch of your choice.  We are looking for volunteers who are willing to work for at least 6 months or are interested in a one-time event.

PrintStumbleUponDeliciousShare

0

Family Life Office – Archdiocese of Omaha

Reggan Simons ~ (402)551-9003 ~ rksimons@archomaha.org
3300 N. 60th St., Omaha, NE  68104-3402 ~ www.archomaha.org/family-life/
Volunteers are needed periodically to assist in the administrative offices, on special projects and/or events.  Fluency in Spanish is helpful but not a necessity. Contact Reggan Simons if you are interested in volunteering or hearing about other opportunities we may have available.

PrintStumbleUponDeliciousShare
0

inCOMMON Community Development

JD Senkbile ~ 933-6672 ~ jd@incommoncd.org
1340 Park Ave Omaha, NE 68105 ~ http://incommoncd.org/

inCOMMON is a unique nonprofit that alleviates poverty at a “root” level by uniting and strengthening vulnerable neighborhoods. We do this by fostering relationships of belonging, equipping and supporting residents for success, and empowering neighbor- driven change.
We foster relationships around shared experiences like parties, potlucks, and community events!
o Park Ave Commons
o Listening Project
o Community Meals
We equip and support residents by helping develop their gifts and strengths through learning opportunities, mentoring relationships, and inviting them to contribute their skills to the community!
o CommonLife
o Park Ave Commons
We empower change by collaborating with neighbors to take action on the things we all care about and create the future we want for our neighborhood!
o CommonGood
o Neighbors United
o Park Ave Commons

PrintStumbleUponDeliciousShare
0

Red Basket

Ravan Charles ~ (877)969-7378 ~ ravan@redbasket.org
1700 Farnam Street, Omaha, NE 68102 ~ www.redbasket.org/about/skilled-volunteers

Red Basket is an online, tax-deductible crowdfunding platform. Red Basket is for those who feel connected to their neighbors up the street and across the country. It’s for those who feel compelled to help but don’t necessarily have deep pockets. It’s for those who need help but don’t know quite how to ask for it. We connect people who need help with those who can give it. We’re putting a face on philanthropy and making giving more direct. We are looking for Skilled Volunteers; people with photography, video, and journalism experience who can help us make our stories compelling and concise.

PrintStumbleUponDeliciousShare
0

Community Bike Project Omaha

Charles Mitchell ~ (402) 957-2454 ~ info@communitybikeproject.org   or  charles@communitybikeproject.org
525 N. 33rd St, Omaha, NE 68131 ~ www.communitybikeproject.org

The Community Bike Project Omaha provides a safe, positive environment for the repair and distribution of bicycles.
Volunteers are needed to assist with bicycle repairs and to serve as role models for youth participants. No bicycle knowledge is needed, just a willingness to learn!  Prior knowledge of bicycle mechanics is a plus, but we also love teaching people! We can accept up to four volunteers at a time.

PrintStumbleUponDeliciousShare
0

Summer Volunteer Opportunities

Two opportunities for people around Omaha for the summer

1.   Volunteer Opportunity:
Gifford Park Neighborhood Association seeks volunteers to donate 1 hour each week setting up tables, chairs and tents for our weekly farmers market at 33rd & California Street.  The market days are held each Friday, June 7 through Sept 27 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM.  Set-up would start at 3:30 PM (1/2 hour) and tear-down starts at 8:00 PM (1/2 hour.)  If interested in helping the neighborhood with the project then please contact Martin at (402) 558-4070

2.  Call for crafters and local food gardeners.  Gifford Park Neighborhood Market seeks anyone wishing to make a few bucks this summer selling extra produce or their home-made objects.

PrintStumbleUponDeliciousShare