Community Involvement in the Omaha Branch

Responsibly managing what others entrust to our care is a core stewardship value that defines us as a company and guides us as wealth managers. Beyond putting clients first and helping them achieve their financial goals, it also means we invest our time, talent and financial resources to support worthy causes that benefit the communities where we live, work and do business.  The Omaha Branch is active in the local community supporting the following organizations: 

  • Advisory Board Creighton Graduate School
  • Adjunct professor Creighton University
  • Boys Town National Council
  • Campus Life/Youth for Christ, Gretna Volunteer
  • Children’s Hospital and Medical Center Foundation
  • Dora Bingle Senior Center
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Omaha Board Member
  • Goal Buddies
  • Great Plains Pointer Rescue
  • Kiwanis International
  • Meyer Foundation for Disabilities
  • Nature Technology
  • NorthStar Foundation
  • Open Door Mission
  • The Salvation Army
  • St. Augustine Indian Mission
  • Teammates Mentoring Program
  • Westside Community Schools Foundation
  • Youth Frontiers
  • Let’s Play Hockey

Blue Water Day

Omaha branch members headed out on Saturday, June 4th to clean up Lake Zorinsky for Blue Water Day! The group was able to donate $1,000 to Keep Omaha Beautiful, a non-profit organization dedicated to litter reduction, community beautification and education on environmental stewardship and recycling in the Omaha area. (left to right: Dick Kelley, Don Bryner)

Open Door Mission for Project Santa

The Omaha office collected Christmas presents for our local Open Door Mission for Project Santa. We collected board games, dolls, Barbies, basketballs, footballs, soccer balls, blankets, art sets, cars and many other toys. These will go to around 6,000 homeless boys and girls living in Omaha. Here are some quick facts about homelessness in Omaha:

  • Approximately 2,000 people are homeless in Omaha every night
  • The average age of homeless person is 9 years old
  • More than 1.35 million children are homeless every night
  • More than 30% of homeless families have an open case for child abuse or neglect
  • Nationally, about 50% of all homeless women and children are fleeing domestic violence
  • Families with children represent 23 percent of homeless