We recently chatted with Kim Daniels, Office & Community Relations Manager at The Scoular Company, to discuss how Scoular engages their employees in philanthropy, partnering with OCF, and why aligning corporate giving with culture is critical to success.
Stories of Impact
A financial planner discusses how the Foundation can help philanthropists and their advisors to create a lasting and life-affirming legacy.
Recently, Scott Berryman and his wife, Dr. Paige Berryman, reflected on their family’s involvement with the Omaha Community Foundation (OCF)—from how they first became donors shortly after marrying, to how they’ve continued to use OCF’s giving services as their own family has grown throughout the years.
Recently Amanda Forker, a local attorney and Omaha Venture Group Co-Chair, shared her unique perspective on young professional giving in our community. How did you first learn about the Omaha […]
Recently Whitney Eiden, Co-Coordinator of the Youth Leadership Omaha program, shared insights on this unique youth development program and the tremendous work that Class 24 has made possible through their […]
Recently Mark Weber, of SilverStone Group, shared his insights on the evolution of the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy® (CAP®) program in Omaha.
Recently Lisa Caudle, of Cox Communications’ Community & Public Affairs, shared insights into Cox Communications’ corporate charitable giving and the impact that employees are making locally through Cox Charities. What […]
Recently Lynda Shafer, Director of Leadership Development at the Greater Omaha Chamber, shared insights on the Leadership Omaha program and the tremendous work recent classes have made possible through their […]
Recently Wende and John Kotouc, Executive Co-Chairs of American National Bank, shared their insights on their organization’s philanthropic philosophy and what motivated American National Bank to engage in Omaha Gives! […]
Recently Joe Vlock, of New York Life Insurance Company, shared his insights on how he has partnered with the Omaha Community Foundation. How did you first come to work with […]