Service Opportunities for Adults and Families

Heartland Hope Mission
2021 U Street

Providing food, clothing and promoting self-sufficiency for people in need. Heartland Hope is a faith-based 501(c)3 charitable organization founded to provide the basic necessities and services to help the working poor get back on their feet.

Volunteer at their pantry or by using your skills to help with events, committees, office work or cleaning.

Learn more at http://heartlandhopemission.org/ or contact Amanda DeVries, Volunteer Coordinator, at (402) 733-1904 x16


Juan Diego Center
5211 S 31st Street

The Juan Diego Center serves south Omaha with food assistance, family enrichment, immigration legal assistance, Latina Resource Center and microbusiness training.

Volunteers are needed for the food pantry or the Latina Resource Center has needs for volunteers for one-on-one tutoring for English as a Second Language (ESL). Learn more at http://www.ccomaha.org/who-we-are/centers/juan-diego-center.html or contact Ana at 402-731-5413.


Open Door Mission
2828 North 23rd Street

Open Door Mission is a Gospel Rescue Mission that meets the basic needs of individuals and families while inspiring HOPE for lasting change, providing long-term solutions and programs that break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.

There are multiple volunteer opportunities available.  Find out what's needed at http://www.opendoormission.org/how-you-can-help/volunteer/.


VSP Club through Angel Guardians
156th and Maple

The mission of Angel Guardians, Inc. is to improve the quality of life for teens and adults with intellectual disabilities in the areas of housing, employment, fitness, socialization and recreation.

You can help out at the VSP Club and the Hand Me Ups Thrift and Furniture stores. This is a rewarding, enriching way to spend your day or evening. Just write them an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and let them know how you’d like to help.