Lessons in Transforming Lives

June 20, 2013 · Posted In: Auto, Giving, Lifestyle, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine, People

When a group of Omaha Home for Boys and Jacob’s Place residents helped put the finishing touches on a customized 1999 Harley Davidson motorcycle this May, they accomplished something bigger than themselves. As participants in […]

American Cancer Society

Posted In: Giving, Health, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine

Being “the official sponsor of birthdays” doesn’t mean the American Cancer Society shows up at parties to oversee the unwrapping of presents or the blowing out of candles on the cake. It’s a tougher sponsorship, […]

Opera Omaha Guild

February 25, 2013 · Posted In: Giving, Music, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine, Theatre

In 1958, a volunteer organization called the Omaha Civic Opera Society took the stage, creating and fostering an opera-loving community in Omaha. After tremendous support, the organization became fully professional in 1970, making Opera Omaha […]


December 25, 2012 · Posted In: Giving, Health, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine

Diabetes has long been thought of as a single disease only suffered by the overweight, the unhealthy, the elderly, or those with family members who have had diabetes. And while that might be true of […]

DOI Gala

Posted In: Downtown, Encounter, Giving, Nonprofit, People

Since the founding of Downtown Omaha Inc. in 1967 as a nonprofit, privately funded corporation, the DOI has followed its mission statement “to inform, promote, and unite the downtown community.” Its ultimate goal: creating a […]

Merrymakers Association

October 25, 2012 · Posted In: Entertainment, Giving, Music, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine

For many elderly citizens, living in a retirement community or a nursing home can be a lonely existence, what with being cut off from family, old friends, and—what sometimes seems like—the outside world. Several factors […]