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Ty and Terri Schenzel always got to the heart of the matter

Ty and Terri Schenzel always got to the heart of the matter

Ty and Terri Schenzel, the late couple tragically killed in an August auto accident, leave multiple legacies behind, continuing the caring and sharing that defined their lives.

February 2016
Stuart Chittenden's conversational Journey across Nebraska

Stuart Chittenden's conversational Journey across Nebraska

Leave it to an ex-pat Brit to travel NEBRASKA in search of what makes community in this Midwestern place. He did it the old-fashioned way, too, by engaging in dozens of face-to-face conversations with residents across the width and breadth of the state over a month-long journey.

November 2015
Omaha Fashion Week & SACFCU

Omaha Fashion Week & SACFCU

Designers pair with bankers to learn the financial side of creative enterprise

August 2015
Omaha Community Foundation & Omaha Gives!

Omaha Community Foundation & Omaha Gives!

Omaha Community Foundation (OCF) staff thought they had realistic hopes for the first Omaha Gives! they coordinated in 2013. After all, modest results are typical from new fundraising efforts for the first few years, it takes time to gain credibility and recognition within the community, and it’s challenging to stand out from other commendable charitable events to capture the interest of new supporters.

May 2015
Art of Love

Art of Love

the month of february brings fancy valentine hearts to mind, but it’s also an important period of awareness about the valentine’s biological counterpart, that will beat more than 2.5 billion times in an average person’s lifetime.

February 2015
Father-son team bearing famous name pen book that calls people to action

Father-son team bearing famous name pen book that calls people to action

Giving became synonymous with the Buffett name when Omaha billionaire investor Warren Buffett gave part of his immense wealth to his adult children's foundations and pledged the remainder to philanthropy in the event of his death. Thus, one of history's largest personal fortunes is now closely aligned to myriad efforts that address pressing human needs around the world.

November 2014
Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo’s conservation focus will shine through new exhibit

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo’s conservation focus will shine through new exhibit

In harmony with Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo’s focus on conservation and environmental sensitivity, the zoo’s expansive new African Grasslands Project will offer an immersive outdoor experience.

August 2014
Susan Baer-Collins and Carl Beck retire

Susan Baer-Collins and Carl Beck retire

Carl Beck and Susan Baer Collins retire in June from their respective positions of Artistic Director and Associate Artistic Director for the Omaha Community Playhouse. In fact, their last day of work will end the same way they’ve capped off countless theater seasons from years before.

June 2014
Diversity Matters to Inclusive Communities

Diversity Matters to Inclusive Communities

Since its 1938 founding in response to religious and racial bias, Inclusive Communities has embraced human diversity, tolerance and unity.

May 2014
On the Job Fulfillment

On the Job Fulfillment

As organizations get ever leaner-meaner trying to maximize profits, happiness may seem a strange value to cultivate. But experts like Shawn Achor, whose consulting firm Good Think Inc. applies positive psychology findings to help clients achieve happier, more effective work experiences, say their research shows the happy quotient is a lead indicator of business performance and employee satisfaction.

April 2014
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