Omaha Neighborhood Grant Program – Panel Discussion

The Omaha Neighborhood Grant Program is open until March 1, 2020. Every neighborhood registered in the Omaha Neighborhood Directory can apply for up to $5000 to implement a neighbor-led project. On January 30, One Omaha will host a panel discussion with Katrina Adams (Omaha Community Foundation) and Paul Dyke (Columbus Park Neighborhood Association) about the […]

Omaha Spring Cleanup Registration Opens

For more information about Omaha Spring Clean or registration contact the Solid Waste clerks at 402.444.5238, the OSC hotline at 402.444.4636, or visit https://wasteline.org/.

Omaha Neighborhood Grant Program – Grant Writing Workshop

Metropolitan Community College - Fort Omaha Campus 5300 N 30th Street, Omaha

Join One Omaha for a grant writing workshop for the Omaha Neighborhood Grant Program (ONGP). Along with an overview of the grant program and eligibility requirements, we will cover the basics of writing a grant and provide one on one support with your application. *You must be registered in the Omaha Neighborhood Directory by December […]

Omaha Neighborhood Grant Application Due Today

The Omaha Neighborhood Grant Program is due today at 11:59 pm. About the Omaha Neighborhood Grant Program: Strengthening resident voice and engagement are critical to building stronger communities. By connecting and empowering resident-led organizations, and providing technical assistance and training, the Omaha Neighborhood Grant Program utilizes a grassroots approach to address local priorities, practice and […]

Mayor’s Neighborhood Grant Application Due Today

The Mayor's Neighborhood Grant is due today. About the Mayor's Neighborhood Grant: A total of $75,000 is available for proposals that support and strengthen the quality of life, impact the neighborhood environment, and help prevent crime. ¬†Neighborhood organizations registered and listed in the City of Omaha Neighborhood Directory are eligible to apply for grants up […]