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Omaha Home for Boys
Inspiring and equipping at-risk youth with the skills needed to lead independent, productive lives
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 20
Many thanks to for presenting their course about healthy relationships to our young adults. "We were very happy with the turnout and look forward to continuing this partnership with Charles Drew." - Mary Marrero, Omaha Home for Boys
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 19
Little Ka'Mya is all snuggled up in her beautiful handmade quilt that was generously donated to our Branching Out Program from the Helping Hands Committee of the Omaha Quilters Guild. What a treasure for this little bundle of joy and her mother!
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 19
Our Dunk Tank is back for the fourth straight year giving you a fun way to support the Home during ! Your funding support will help equip and empower at-risk youth with the skills needed to lead independent, productive lives. Save the date:
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 18
If you missed our fundraising campaign period, it's okay. Click here to help us fulfill our mission of supporting and strengthening youth, young adults and families through services that inspire and equip them to lead independent and productive lives.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 16
You have a few hours left to help our youth with your donation. All of our youth are worthy of your support. Find the program that warms your heart and click through to contribute. Every donation of $10 or more gives our youth the chance to thrive.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 16
Who taught you to cook? For many, it was probably a parent, grandparent or other family member. When those figures are absent, Branching Out steps in to teach our clients kitchen basics, cooking skills, shopping tips and nutrition guidance.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 14
Click the link below and help young men and women in our community who seek the assistance of the Branching Out Independent Living Program gain the skills needed to live responsible, self-sufficient lives. Donate today.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 14
Your donation will help young men and women who seek the assistance of the Branching Out Independent Living Program gain the skills needed to live responsible, self-sufficient lives through employment, education and housing assistance. Donate today.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 13
We are committed to helping youth reach their academic potential. Please help us turn their dream of attending college into a reality by helping them in their pursuit of higher education and their goal to become active, productive community members.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 12
No matter your giving level, whether it's $10, $100 or a $1,000, your generous funds will be used to help strengthen our programs and services.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 12
Your generous donation will help us fulfill our mission of supporting and strengthening youth, young adults and families through services that inspire and equip them to lead independent and productive lives.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 11
Your donations are pouring in. Thank you for supporting our at-risk youth and giving them hope. Every contribution will help provide vital services and programs that allow our youth to thrive. Please RT and ask your friends and family to help.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 10
We're asking you to help us smash our $2,500 fundraising goal. Let's show our youth that we are committed to helping them find independence and long-term success.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 9
Our Valley View 4-H Club, the oldest known club in NE, is 70 years strong! The boys in the club participated in their 1st show of the season on Saturday and earned excellent marks for their livestock and showmanship. Learn more about our 4-H program here:
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 9
Two years ago, one of David’s goals was to learn how to ride the bus. With our help, fast forward to today and you’ll find David using the bus to get to work every day. YOU have the power to help write happy endings to so many stories. Donate today.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 8
Jacobs’ Place is Omaha Home for Boys Transitional Living Program that serves youth ages 17-20 who struggle with a lack of housing, support, education and independent living skills. Our youth deserve to live in a home safely and comfortably. Donate today.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 7
Your donation will allow more kids to find safety, structure and the support system they desperately need to thrive. You'll be joining in our mission to strengthen youth and families through services that inspire and equip them to lead independent lives.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 6
Many thanks ! We appreciate you!
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 6
Our Residential Care Program helps students recover and accrue school credits needed to meet grade-level expectations while helping them develop skills to be successful academically. Donate right now and help our youth thrive in the classroom.
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Omaha Home for Boys Apr 5
Our students are finding success in and out of the classroom. In 2017, our students increased reading scores more than one entire grade level while earning more than 480 school credits. Donate today to help us continue academic excellence.
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