United Way of the Midlands

United Way of the Midlands

About

United Way of the Midlands operates with the good of the community in mind. For over 90 years, our donors have made lasting changes in the lives of individuals and families in the Omaha metropolitan area. As the city continues to grow, so do we, and we're stronger than ever.

With your caring support, we proudly fund a network of health and human service programs that help those in need across Douglas, Sarpy and Pottawattamie counties. United Way works closely with the agencies that host the programs to note measurable results in the lives of their clients. And we collaborate with many individual and corporate donors and foundations to keep the network of hope strong.

United Way of the Midlands will continue to evolve alongside the growing needs of our community. We will champion those who are in the fight to better themselves and others. We will be informed and accountable. We will skillfully combine passion with reason. We will build up what has fallen and create what should have been here all along.

Together, we will create life-changing opportunities through programs that meet the Basic Needs of our most vulnerable population, support children during their academic years and help prepare young people for productive careers.

We see what can be, and what should be, because we are community-based and we are community-focused.

We are United Way. And we are COMMUNITY STRONG.

Number of Employees: 
51-100 employees
FAQ: 
Where does United Way of the Midlands make an impact?
United Way funded programs operate in the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro. All Community Care Fund dollars stay in our community, helping our neighbors fulfill their needs to lead healthy, independent lives. Our 2-1-1 Call Center impacts the whole state of Nebraska and eight counties in southwest Iowa.
Why Omaha?
Ranked as one of the top 10 “Best” American cities to live in, Omaha is a progressive, family-friendly community, offering rich cultural and entertainment amenities, an entrepreneurial business climate and welcoming neighborhoods. United Way of the Midlands has been a proud member of the Greater Omaha community since 1923, thanks to the support of local donors, volunteers and companies dedicated to making our community a strong one.
Contact: 
Jane 
Waters-Parks
Administrative Coordinator
402-342-8232 ext. 0
Robert 
Evans
Senior Director, Human Resources
402-522-7928

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