Our Supporters

THANK YOU to all our grant providers, our in-kind funders, our sponsors, co-sponsors, donators and supporters! Thank you for believing in us and what we do. We wouldn’t be able to help our community without you!

Peter Kiewit Foundation
The Peter Kiewit Foundation’s mission is to create opportunities for people to live in and help build strong and vibrant communities, achieve economic success, and enjoy a high quality of life
Robert B. Daugherty Foundation
The Robert B. Daugherty Foundation is a private foundation established to provide charitable grants to worthy tax-exempt organizations that conduct charitable, scientific, cultural, religious or education activities exclusively. The Foundation gives preference to organizations which will use and apply substantially all of the charitable grant in the State of Nebraska and particularly in the greater Omaha area.
Dorothy B. Davis Foundation
Beyond School bells
Beyond School Bells supported our 2021 Camp Noah. Beyond School Bells is a statewide public-private partnership that supports sustainable, high-quality, school-community collaborations that provide youth with what they need to be successful in school and in life.
Lift Up Sarpy County
We partnered with Lift Up Sarpy County to open Camp Noah to Sarpy County residents too. Lift Up Sarpy financially supported the camp. Lift Up Sarpy County identifies needs and opportunities that impact the long-term success of people in Sarpy County, supports, connects and energizes organizations and funders through regular communication and collaboration, and builds sustainability by managing resources, developing new partnerships, and sharing work.
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Diocese of Nebraska
Noah’s Canine Crisis Response
Noah’s Canine Crisis Response co-sponsored Camp Noah and provided therapy dogs daily through programing. NOAH’s Dogs of Nebraska is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving people in need either because of personal tragedy, disaster, or loss through the use of specially trained dogs. The dogs we certify provide canine crisis response, therapeutic support, service to individuals with disabilities, companionship, and search and rescue depending upon their training and certification.  Our humans provide mental health support, disaster and crisis response services, and education about the use of dogs for those with disabilities.
One Life Church
One Life Church provided food for our staff, volunteers and children at our 2021 Camp Noah Program as well as other in-kind donations. One Life church was involved in the 2019 flooding disaster relief cleanup efforts.
Nebraska Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster is an affiliate of National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD). National VOAD, an association of organizations that mitigate and alleviate the impact of disasters, provides a forum promoting cooperation, communication, coordination and collaboration; and fosters more effective delivery of services to communities affected by disaster.
St. John the Baptist School
St. John. the Baptist School in Plattsmouth donated their space for our 2021Camp Noah Program.
The Plattsmouth Runza donated lunch for our Camp Noah program.
Nebraska Strong Recovery Project
The Nebraska Strong Recovery Project provided free books for Camp Noah participants to take home with them. The Nebraska Strong Recovery Project is an outreach program working with individuals, families, and communities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in the state of Nebraska. We provide community-based support and education to help Nebraskans cope during this stressful time.
Lutheran Family Services
American Red Cross
The Red Cross provided CPR training for our Staff and Volunteers.
Sarpy/Cass Health Department
Sarpy/Cass health department donated COVID Supplies for all our Emergency Rental Assitance Events as well as Camp Noah.
The Southeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership offers a wide range of services that are aimed at the reduction of poverty, the revitalization of low-income communities, and the empowerment of low-income individuals and families to become self-sufficient.
Camp Catch Up
Camp Catch Up loaned us some cameras for the children to capture how much fun they had a Camp Noah.
Hyvee provided fruit for our Camp Noah Programming.
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Republic Insights
Hosanna Lutheran Church
Hosanna Lutheran Church provided a meal for Camp Noah.
First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church provided a meal for Camp Noah.
Pam Reinsch – Delta Kappa Gamma Tau Chapter Award