Hiring: Executive Director
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for One Omaha’s staff, fundraising, programming, advocacy, partnerships, and public relations.
Community Organizing, Leadership Literacy, and Action Building
Learn to strategize, prioritize, and build capacity to achieve your neighborhood or community group’s goals and vision with One Omaha’s free Community Organizing, Leadership Literacy, and Action Building (COLLAB) services. Receive tailored one-on-one support to fit the needs of your community.
We use asset-based community development principles to support groups including:
In addition to specialized attention during your COLLAB and continued support from One Omaha staff afterward, your group will receive:
Visioning sessions create a short-term vision for a specific grant project.
What to expect: Asset mapping, identification of strengths and weaknesses, identification of group goals, project idea brainstorm, layout of short-term project ideas, grant suggestions for project implementation, and connections to other resources for project success
The Omaha Community Foundation’s Omaha Neighborhood Grants Program (ONGP) is a community-building resource available in Omaha.
One Omaha is available to help neighborhood groups through the grant writing process. Learn more about our ONGP services.