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Omaha Gives 2018

Omaha Gives 2018

Omaha’s 6th annual 24-hour charitable challenge is set for May 23. The giving begins at midnight with a minimum $10 donation and hourly drawings and prizes make your donations go further. So start gathering your circles and get ready for another great big give-together!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A believer in Omaha Gives! since day one, American National Bank continues to make meaningful investments in our community in many ways. We are grateful for this ongoing support.
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We are looking for furever homes for these cuties

We are looking for furever homes for these cuties

We are looking for furever homes for these cuties. For any inquiries, please email info@hbith.org

Biscuit wants to thank all of you for saving his life

Biscuit wants to thank all of you for saving his life

Biscuit’s surgery went great! He has gone home and is recovering nicely. Thank you all for the prayers and donations sent our way to help him have the help that he needed. Biscuit loves you and thanks you!

 

Omaha Gives is a 24hr donation drive that includes exciting hourly drawings and prizes

Omaha Gives is a 24hr donation drive that includes exciting hourly drawings and prizes

Omaha Gives! is a 24hr donation drive that includes exciting hourly drawings and prizes!! This means your donation will go even further due to sponsors of the event! Will you help our animals by giving below:

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The minimum donation is $10 and if we all pitch in that $10 can turn into THOUSANDS of dollars before you know it!

Keep in mind a bag of kitten chow is $11-13 and a broken bone can require thousands of dollars. No amount is too big or too small. And you can bet it all goes to the care and feeding of animals that rely on our generosity! We show you that daily through our pictures and stories. Help us keep doing what we’ve been doing.

We are so excited for this event and hope you are too! =D Together we save lives and heal the souls of those who need us, Saving Lives One Rescue At A Time.

 

 

Online Shopping + iGive = Donations for Homeward Bound In The Heartland Animal R…

Online Shopping + iGive = Donations for Homeward Bound In The Heartland Animal R…

Online Shopping + iGive = Donations for Homeward Bound In The Heartland Animal Rescue. Have you signed up yet to help? http://www.iGive.com/HomewardBoundInTheHeartland/?p=19992&jltest=1 #iGiveDoYou


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Omaha Gives!

Omaha Gives!

Your $10 donation through Omaha gives helps us rescue abused, abandoned or stray animals-please click the link below and help us to continue our mission. 100% of the dollars goes to back to the animals.

 

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Thank you to the Journal Star in Lincoln Nebraska for sharing our story since we…

Thank you to the Journal Star in Lincoln Nebraska for sharing our story since we…

Thank you to the Journal Star in Lincoln Nebraska for sharing our story since we are still at a loss for words tonight.


2,500 pounds of pet food stolen from Omaha nonprofit : Journal Star Breaking News
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OMAHA — About 2,500 pounds of pet food have been stolen from a storage unit of a nonprofit that helps animals in the Omaha area.

Thank You to WOWT Channel 6 for Telling Our Story

Thank You to WOWT Channel 6 for Telling Our Story

Thank you to WOWT Channel 6 for telling our story since we are at a loss for words tonight.

Burglars Steal 2500 Pounds of Food From Animal Rescue www.wowt.com

Thank you to the Omaha World-Herald for telling our story.

Thank you to the Omaha World-Herald for telling our story.

Thank you to the Omaha World-Herald for telling our story.


2,500 pounds of pet food stolen from Omaha nonprofit
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Homeward Bound in the Heartland Animal Rescue Inc. reported a burglary of a storage unit it rents near Fifth and Pacific Streets. Joni Cisney, who runs the nonprofit group with her husband, said she was “just absolutely devastated” by the theft.