Orphans and Widows of Omaha is a 501 (C) 3 non-profit corporation operating within the greater Omaha area, organized in 2014 and incorporated in 2017.
We are a volunteer organization, and 100% of all proceeds go directly to our beneficiaries.
Using our local network of volunteers, we provide Skills 4 Life activities, and create enrichment opportunities in the lives of young adults and widows, in our communities, state, and country. We collaborate with both non-profit and for profit organizations in the greater Omaha area.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Founder & President
Joan Cooper Secretary
Margaret Campbell. Med
The Mission of Orphans and Widows of Omaha is to provide opportunities to the orphaned and widowed of Omaha to achieve self-sufficiency, find a community of support, and build a foundation for long-term well-being.
Trust — We are committed to policies and practices that ensure and enhance trustworthy partnerships in support of Orphaned and Widowed.
Encourage — We encourage individuals to pursue goals in education, vocation and provide service to others
Community — We partner with families and communities, seeking to understand and support the individual needs, issues and concerns of our youth and widowed.
Integrity — We honor each person and their choices, in a respectful, honest and ethical way in all situations.
“For the God who calls you is faithful, and He can be trusted to make it so.”
— 1 Thessalonians 5:24