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The Salvation Army of Omaha’s Tree of Lights Campaign Surpasses 2020 Goal
January 20, 2021
Funds raised will support local programming all year long.
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Help The Salvation Army “Rescue Christmas” for the Most Vulnerable in Metro Omaha
September 16, 2020
Your support ensures that hope will continue to be greater than fear this season and always.
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Sensory-Friendly Bell Ringing Offers a New Twist on a Holiday Tradition
December 4, 2019
"There are individuals in our community who experience sensory input in a different way - not lesser or greater, just different."
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Volunteer Spotlight: Travis Freeman, Tree of Lights
November 13, 2019
“We’ve had employees who have been helped by some of The Salvation Army’s programs. We’ve seen first-hand how The Salvation Army has changed their lives."
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