Food Security


Food Security is one of the most basic needs for local families struggling to get by. For those wondering where they'll get their next meal, United Way funded Food Security programs provide a lifeline to essential services that connect families and individuals with nutritional food to mitigate hunger and begin a path out of poverty.

Food Security At United Way

  • 5 Funded Programs
  • $212,800 invested in 2016-17
  • Local nonprofits include Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Omaha, Heartland Hope Mission, Siena/Francis House, The Salvation Army-NE

Click the links to learn more about Food Security programs funded by United Way, and to see the Stories of Change made possible by the generosity of so many in our community. Thanks to you, we are Community Strong.

  • Food Security Programs Funded by United Way

    United Way of the Midlands is proud to fund 5 programs in the Food Security area:

    • Catholic Charities Neighborhood Centers, operated by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Omaha
    • Hunger and Homelessness Prevention Program, operated by Heartland Hope Mission
    • Meal Program, operated by Siena/Francis House
    • Schools Out Feeding Program, operated by The Salvation Army-NE
    • The Salvation Army Omaha Area Feeding Programs, operated by The Salvation Army-NE

    These programs are doing great things for people in the metro area - click read more to learn how.

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