From volunteering and donating to purchasing homes, shopping at Omaha’s Habitat ReStore and so much more, people partner with Habitat for Humanity of Omaha in a variety of ways. It’s these people who shape Habitat Omaha and help us as we strive to achieve our vision, “a world where everyone has a decent place to live”. Learn more about Habitat Omaha and find out how you can get involved by reading their stories.
Meet Pam Berry, local artist, Omaha native, and long-time Habitat Omaha homeowner.
As we work to expand our efforts in Sarpy County, we had a Cost of Home Conversation with Bellevue Mayor Rusty Hike to talk about the state of housing in his city.
Our CEO, Amanda Brewer, was joined by Habitat Omaha homeowner, Cynthia Stubblefield, and Sen. Tony Vargas to discuss housing in our community.
Many historic buildings and businesses live in the heart of North Omaha. We encourage you to take a walking tour, see the buildings and support the businesses along the historic 24th Street corridor.
The Great Plains Black History Museum provides a space to learn, explore, reflect, and remind us of our history through a variety of permanent and temporary exhibits.
What started as a part-time catering service in Patricia “Big Mama” Barron’s kitchen turned into a family-owned restaurant that has carried Big Mama’s name and legacy beyond Omaha.