Monthly Serve Opportunities
SB Serve @ Open Door Mission
4th Saturday of every month, 9-11 am, Permanent Supportive Housing building lobby
The Open Door Mission needs your help getting food, clothes, toys, and household items to families in need. Join us for sorting, organizing and shelving donated items, playing with kids, boxing food for their food pantry, or whatever else they need done. Meet at the Permanent Supportive Housing building lobby (2828 N 23rd St East, Omaha, NE 68110
). Bring your whole family - there is work for everyone! For more information, contact Rick Maycock at
• March 22
• April 26
• May 24
Omaha Street School FutureFocus Program
Mondays-Thursdays, 1-5pm, Omaha Street School (3223 N 45th St)
Looking for a way to get involved and help in our community? Volunteers for the Omaha Street School (OSS) FutureFocus program will assist professional OSS staff in helping clients with GED preparation, job skills (including finding a career, interviewing, and building a resume) and life skills (including basic budgeting, parenting, and cooking). The program is offered Monday through Thursday, 1-5pm at the Street School - volunteers from StoneBridge can help out as often as they are available. Volunteer schedules are flexible and customized to meet the needs of the school and the volunteer..
The Omaha Street School, a StoneBridge mission partner, is a faith-based, non-profit alternative high school. They work with high-risk youth who have been unsuccessful in traditional learning environments. Their mission is “meeting the challenges of at-risk youth by providing a school that offers personalized education, a moral code, and tools for self-sufficiency.” For more information, visit their website at www.omahastreetschool.org.
Volunteers should have a genuine heart for real relationship with young adults. Teaching or educational experience is not required. Effective volunteers come from all walks of life, including established career professionals, college students, homemakers, and everything in between. Volunteers attend a required Orientation Training Session (approximately 1 1/2 hours) that will familiarize them with the tools used for GED prep and job/life skill training, as well as preparing them to support clients through their learning process. For more information or to indicate your interest, please contact