The 2018 hurricane season has been extraordinarily active in parts of the U.S., with Hurricane Florence currently impacting millions in the Carolinas. As this natural disaster unfolds, the staff here at VolunteerMatch is doing its part to ensure that, if you are in an affected community, you are prepared and safe. And if you are looking to help with disaster relief efforts, you know about the most effective ways to contribute.
Community Action Partnership of Western NebraskaCommunity Action Partnership of Western Nebraska
Vision Communities where everyone has an opportunity for a successful life. Mission To strengthen people and communities to help themselves and improve lives Community Action Promise: Community Action changes people's lives, embodies the spirit of ho... Read more
Vision Communities where everyone has an opportunity for a successful life. Mission To strengthen people and communities to help themselves and improve lives Community Action Promise: Community Action changes people's lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.
Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska is a Community Action Partnership and member of a national network of over 1,000 community action agencies across America. We are a non-profit community based health and human services organization that serves low-income, disadvantaged, and those unable to meet their needs through other sources. The agency was established in 1965 and provides services to over 9,000 individuals, children and families in six main program areas:
Asset Building Choices
Family and Community Development
While some programs serve a wider area, the main service area is the southern panhandle area of Nebraska. The agencies’ programs impact hundreds of lives daily through their dedicated work.
Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska’s home office and community health center are located in Gering. The agency holds a 501(C) (3) designation by the Internal Revenue Service and is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of community leaders, low-income representatives and elected officials.