Volunteer - The Salvation Army of Omaha, Nebraska.
The American Red Cross is closely monitoring the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and preparing to carry out our lifesaving mission in the event of any possible disruptions, as well as supporting public health agencies to help communities prepare. Our need for volunteers is constant.
Our Volunteer Program is the Heart of Ronald McDonald House Charities in Omaha. We are thankful for the wonderful volunteers who help provide families in need with the comforts of home. Whether it is a shoulder to lean on or a warm meal, our volunteers brighten the days for families experiencing what is possibly the hardest time in their lives.
Do Space would not be possible without the generous support of our volunteers. By sharing their technology know-how and passion, volunteers not only get the unique experience of enriching the community by helping them achieve their goals but also get to experiment with new technology firsthand, as well as gain skills through exclusive volunteer opportunities.
Learning for ALL offers FREE classes for adults aged 18 and over. Our classes include Adult Basic Education, General Education Diploma preparation, and English as a Second Language. All students must complete this registration form. Afterwards a staff member will call you to schedule an appointment to conduct an assessment to properly place you into a program and give you a class schedule.
Omaha Police Department Crime Clearance Rates 2007-2016 2017-03-22 16:19:53. The Omaha Police Department continues to be ahead of the national average for clearance rates. Clearance rates in Omaha continue to rise due to the combined effort of diligent police work and a community that is willing.
The YMCA of Greater Omaha relies on the time and talents of many volunteers to fulfill its mission to strengthen communities through healthy living, youth development, and social responsibility. With over 150 years in the greater Omaha area, we work side-by-side with our neighbors every day to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow.
About the Facility The Community Corrections Center-Omaha is a community-based facility that houses male inmates that are classified as Community A and Community B custody inmates. The facility has 87 beds designated for male inmates assigned to the work detail program and 92 beds available for male inmates participating in the work release program.