About Our Organization
Hope Crisis Center is committed to empowering victims of domestic violence and sexual assault throughout seven counties in southeast Nebraska, including Gage County.
“I was not equipped to go through this alone. There was no judgement or ridicule. I was the victim. They wanted me to be safe.”—Hope Crisis Center client
“With your help, I am now able to breath, smile, and live out my days enjoying the things around me, instead of living in fear.” –Hope Crisis Center client
Mosaic is a whole-person healthcare organization reaching across 11 states and providing supports to more than 4,500 people. Services empower people with disabilities, mental and behavioral health needs and autism, as well as aging adults to live their best life.
Blue Valley Community Action Partnership (BVCA) is a private, non-profit organization that operates over 30 programs that interact and complement each other. Our programs are as diverse as the communities and families we serve.
Willow Center is dedicated to strengthening families and affirming the value of all human life by providing emotional support and practical assistance.
The mission of Southeast Nebraska CASA is to recruit, train, and support community volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children in Seward, Saline, Thayer, Jefferson & Gage County Court System.
“This program saved my life!” a completed Adult & Teen Challenge Women’s Center student
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Blue Rivers Area Agency on Aging's mission is to develop a support system of coordinated and comprehensive services for older individuals that promotes a safe, healthy, and independent lifestyle.
Sewing for Babies is a total volunteer organization that combines their love of sewing and love of babies to make items which are given to mothers who need them for their babies.
For over 30 years, Mother-to-Mother Ministry has provided a network of support and mentoring for women and families from all socio-economic backgrounds - encouraging and supporting one another through life's challenges.
Community Food Pantry started in 1972 by a pastor at St. John's Lutheran Church helping families in need. The need became more so we started an official pantry in 1980.
Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Make-A-Wish Nebraska grants the wishes of children who are between the ages of 2 1/2 and 18 years old.
VERY SIMPLY ... PEOPLE GOTTA EAT! The program is focused on nutritional needs of the most needy families in our community. Food-filled backpacks are sent home each week of the school year to supplement food for the weekend.
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