For the first time, mother and daughter OPS teachers both receive the Alice Buffett Outstanding Teacher Award in the same year.
“I’m doing work that is bigger than my own life,” says this activist, who works to create safe spaces for LGBTQ young people in Omaha.
The kitchen can be one of the easiest places to organize. Start by going through the food in your pantry. Box up unwanted items that haven’t been opened and aren’t expired, and take them to your local food shelf. Next, go through your tableware, pots and pans and decorative kitchen accessories. Donate anything you aren’t using regularly or don’t love. Giving makes the letting go a lot easier.
The program, which has delivered 136 million boxes over the past year, has proven its effectiveness and has strong local support from anti-hunger organizations.
This South Sioux City mom has a steady supply of clients eager for her help organizing everything from pantries to garages.
The Westside school district now has a resource center where the district's students and families in need can get new clothes, toiletries and food.
Is it a constant struggle to keep your pantry orderly enough to find things when you need them? Here are a few tricks from a professional organizer that will make a big difference.
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It's five days after Halloween. If your home is anything like mine, the pantry is chock-full of bags of candy the kids brought home.
Catholic Charities hosted a food drive in Omaha on Saturday to collect nonperishable food items, toiletries, diapers and common household items.
Catholic Charities is soliciting food and monetary donations, given increased demand from COVID-19-stressed families.
In one month alone, the agency gave out three-fourths as much food as it normally gives out in a year.
While the coronavirus pandemic has been hard on public gathering places, such as the Nebraska State Fair, public schools and businesses, it ha…