[IncluCity] is really eye-opening and really makes you want to change the world!
-Omaha North Student
We’re always looking for incredible donors and volunteers who will
help us fulfill our mission.
Whether you are interested in being a counselor or facilitator at one of our youth or adults programs, donating to support our critical mission, volunteering in our office, participating in our advocacy efforts, helping out with fundraising events or assisting in some other way, we’d love to be the beneficiary of your time, talent and treasure.
When you invest in Inclusive Communities, you are strengthening our community one success story at a time. Continuing our rich tradition of paramount human relations work is dependent upon the generous time, talents, and financial gifts given by individuals, corporations, foundations, families and community groups. Whether you are interested in supporting a specific youth or adult program, setting up a monthly gift, investing in our annual Membership Campaign or the Humanitarian Dinner, we couldn’t do anything we do without investors, like you. Inclusive Communities treasures your support and is committed to the stewardship of your gifts in an ethical and fiscally responsible manner. Your support makes all of our educational and advocacy work possible. Please contact our Executive Director, Maggie Wood for more information about your opportunities to invest in our work at Maggie@inclusive-communities.org.
For more information about our community events, such as Omaha Table Talk and delegate reunions, please contact Gabby Martinez at Gabriela@inclusive-communities.org.
For more information about our Humanitarian Dinner, please contact Maggie Wood at Maggie@inclusive-communities.org.
Each year, more than 200 community volunteers come together to make everything we do possible. Whether it’s helping out with a mailing or a filing project in the office, being a volunteer facilitator through Omaha Table Talk or signing on to be a volunteer staff member for a 4 or 6-day residential youth camp, your time and talent is an incredible gift to Inclusive Communities. If you want to be involved one hour of the year or hundreds of hours per year, we have opportunities for you to engage in our critical mission. You can get started by completing our volunteer application or by contacting Program Associate, Gabby Martinez at Gabriela@inclusive-communities.org.
Our critical social justice work requires our constant commitment to all people – not just some people. When you leave a legacy gift to Inclusive Communities through your will or estate plans it means you not only can make a difference today, but you are strengthening our community long into the future. Your spirit will live on through our educational programs and advocacy work which uplift and inspire youth leaders and provide an opportunity for significant dialogues and paradigm shifts among adults.
You can make a difference by:
- Naming Inclusive Communities as the beneficiary in your will and becoming a member of Inclusive Communities’ Legacy Society
- Asking family and friends to give memorials or honorariums in your name to Inclusive Communities at the time of your death or to commemorate an important milestone in your life
- Designating Inclusive Communities as a recipient of your retirement assets
- Naming Inclusive Communities as a beneficiary of your Life Insurance policy
- Giving gifts of real estate, land, or other tangible assets to benefit Inclusive Communities
- Establishing a Charitable Gift Annuity, Charitable Trust, Donor Advised Fund or other estate planning vehicle to benefit Inclusive Communities
To begin a conversation about your legacy, please contact our Executive Director, Maggie Wood at Maggie@inclusive-communities.org.