A Mother’s Day Second Saturday Serve

On May 12th we will be in our Lighthouse neighborhoods serving mothers in our community.

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Omaha Gives 2018

Give Better Together

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Give Today

We operate on 100 percent donated funds. Help us meet and plan for the many needs of our community.

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Lights of Hope: Alendra’s Story, part 2

Alendra first connected to Abide by playing street ball with her neighbor, Linda. Linda has been a faithful Lighthouse Leader for over four years. Linda is also one of the leaders of the Better Together Basketball program, so it was a natural invitation to ask Alendra to join her team. Alendra had never been involved […]

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Lights of Hope : Alendra’s Story, Part 1

You can make a difference in the lives of the children and youth who live in North Omaha by partnering with Abide. Our mission is to build a positive culture to transform the inner city of North Omaha. Every year our organization hosts an Annual Lights of Hope campaign to raise money to transform the […]

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Celebrating commitment to community growth and development

APRIL 7, 2015 (LINCOLN, NEB.)—For 41 years, the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program has supported community and economic development throughout Nebraska and the nation. During April 6-11, National Community Development Week is celebrating the widespread achievements of communities and projects that are spurring economic growth and development. Today at the State Capitol, Gov. […]

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Hoosiers give assist to after-school program

By Christopher BurbachWorld-Herald staff writer Omaha fourth-grader John Pargo and a bunch of his buddies have a new favorite team to cheer for in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament: Jordan Fuchs and the Indiana Hoosiers. And there’s someone else rooting for John Pargo and a bunch of his buddies: Jordan Fuchs and the Indiana Hoosiers. […]

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