Social Justice / Community Outreach Education Archive

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Social Justice / Community Outreach Education

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Benson Area Refugee Task Force (BART)

The Big Garden (a program of United Methodist Ministries)

Bread for the World

CASA for Douglas County

Colleges Against Cancer

Community Bike Project Omaha

The Durham Museum

Essential Pregnancy Services

Heartland Workers Center

Keep Omaha Beautiful, Inc.

Lothrop Magnet Center

Lutheran Family Services

Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance

Omaha Public Library

OneWorld Community Health Centers

Red Basket

Restoring Dignity Omaha

Southern Sudan Community Association (SSCA)

University of Nebraska Medical Center SHARING Clinics/UNMC Specialty Care Center

 

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American Red Cross

http://www.redcross.org/ne/omaha/volunteer

Volunteers are able to serve their communities daily, weekly, or monthly though opportunities such as participating in community outreach projects, coordinating special events, managing volunteers, helping with the logistics, educating the community about the Red Cross, and providing relief to victims of disasters in our community!

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Benson Area Refugee Task Force (BART)

Shannon Linehan ~ (703)244-1143 ~ BensonRefugeeTF@gmail.com
www.BensonRefugeetf.com

The Benson Area Refugee Task Force, BART, is a group of volunteers from Benson who works with refugees. We provide Citizenship, Computer, Health, and English Classes to Refugees. We also watch the children of our adult students during class. Furthermore, we have drives throughout the year, and several Clothing Closets for refugee families. We are always trying to think of new ways to help the refugee communities succeed. Since we are entirely volunteer based, we need volunteers for everything that we do.
Knowledge of Karen, Kachin, Nepali, or Burmese languages would be incredibly helpful.

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The Big Garden (a program of United Methodist Ministries)

Deb Keeney ~ (402) 898-9862 ~ dkeeney@bigmuddyumc.org
2665 Farnam St, Suite 102, Omaha, NE 68131 ~ GardenBig.org

We are a network of roughly 100 community gardens in metro-Omaha and rural and semi-rural communities in Nebraska, Kansas, and Iowa, working to grow nutritious food, build community, and improve health through community gardening. Volunteers are needed to help in garden sites to assist with watering, weeding, harvesting, and cleaning. We may also need occasional office help.

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Bread for the World

Kristin Ostrom ~ (402) 902-9362 ~ kostrom@bread.org
www.bread.org

 

Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to make federal policy changes that end hunger at home and around the world.  By engaging individuals, parishes, and students in all Congressional districts, Bread for the World works to build the political will and commitment to end hunger.

Volunteer and internship positions are available in Bread’s Regional Office in Omaha, Nebraska. You will learn key hunger and poverty issues, policy solutions, and how to advocate and organize, including how to write/call Congressional representatives, set up an in-district meeting, and write a letter to the editor.  Schedules are flexible.  If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of millions, and helping to end hunger by 2030, we invite you to consider an internship with Bread for the World.

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Colleges Against Cancer

Creighton Representative: Claire Reichenbacher  ckr08852@creighton.edu

Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) is a nationwide collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer by working to implement the programs and mission of the American Cancer Society. With hundreds of chapters nationwide, CAC is showing the world that young people care and want to make a difference.

How many college organizations do you know that involve the entire campus community and surrounding area? CAC does just that through four Strategic Directions: Advocacy, Cancer Education, Relay For Life, and Survivorship. By working to advance the mission of the American Cancer Society, the Strategic Directions are areas in which college students are easily engaged.

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