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1 in 5 children in Omaha are food insecure.
This means that families may not know where their next meal will come from. We provide nutritious meals to many in the North Omaha community who struggle to put food on the table.
We feed anyone in need who walks through our doors, including the homeless, people down on their luck and in need of a little extra help, and families struggling to feed their growing children.
Hunger is curable, which is why the Omaha North Worship & Service Center provides the sustenance and nutrition for those who need it most.
Community Care Kitchen
We serve approximately 250 hot, nutritious lunches each weekday from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. to low-income and homeless individuals and families. This is the only daytime meal program in northeast Omaha, and for many in our community, this is their only substantial meal each day. Our warm, inviting environment also offers clients a welcome respite from their daily challenges, as well as an opportunity to connect and socialize with others.
The Salvation Army North receives a portion of its food from the USDA through the Emergency Food Assistance Program, also known as TEFAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Read the complete USDA Nondiscrimination Policy.
Summer Feeding Program
Summer is a particularly challenging time for children and families who struggle with hunger. Because kids aren't eating meals in school as part of the free and reduced lunch program, parents often struggle with additional food and child care costs that strain the budget.
This after-school program provides a nutritious snack to kids before receiving homework help and engaging in fun activities.