Participating UNO Organizations/Groups/Offices
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The Maverick Food Pantry
2018 donations received: $2,075
The Maverick Food Pantry offers food and personal hygiene products to all members of the UNO community by providing healthy, sustainable, and culturally sensitive items. Requesting a food package is an easy, online form. The pantry aims to contribute to UNO’s culture of caring by providing food to those in immediate need and connecting them with resources in the greater Omaha area for long-term support. They are dedicated to eliminating hunger in the UNO community and increasing awareness of food insecurity and nutrition.
Glacier Creek Preserve
2018 donations received: $4,043
Glacier Creek Preserve provides the area with an easily accessed landscape for education and research, one where visitors can come to appreciate the feel of our historic tallgrass prairie. Managed to maintain native prairie and associated wetland habitats and their wildlife, the preserve is extensively used by many primary, secondary, and post-secondary educational institutions, as well as by individuals looking to walk back in time to the days when prairie dominated the landscape.
The UNO Student Veteran Organization
2018 donations received: $150
The UNO Student Veteran Organization (UNO SVO) exists to build and maintain a vibrant community by engaging and empowering student veterans. UNO SVO is a social organization that provides a support network of military and veteran students attending UNO and hosts events where our military and veteran community can engage together. They also bring academic and career opportunities to the UNO veteran community as well as sponsor and participate in volunteer and charity work.
The SVO is a registered chapter of the Student Veterans of America, a national veteran advocacy group and has built relationships with the Veterans in Business Forum, Team Red, White, and Blue, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and other Veteran and Student Organizations in the metro area.
KVNO Classical 90.7 FM
2018 donations received: $13,961
Classical music, whether centuries old or newly composed, has the power to heal, bring joy, and express the inexpressible. At KVNO we're committed to breaking down barriers between great music and listeners of all backgrounds. We balance the intangible benefits of music with the work of our award-winning news team, producing in-depth stories on community events and issues. A service of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, KVNO delivers a one-of-a-kind broadcast experience like none other.
2018 donations received: $395
MavRadio is an award winning college radio station that broadcasts from campus of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. It is located in CPACS 106. As UNO's student-run radio station, MavRadio strives to enrich not only the campus of the University of Nebraska at Omaha but also the community of Omaha by engaging, informing and entertaining through means that go beyond programming.
2018 donations received: $361
Your donation will give countless college students newsroom experience in the fields of communication, public relations, photography, videography, graphic arts, marketing and journalism in its entirety.
The Gateway on average has about 35 student members, which consist of editors, copy editors, writers, photographers, graphic designers, and videographers. Advised by Chris Burbach of the Omaha World Herald, the Gateway staff does more than just great journalism.
Gateway staff members host a variety of events each year such as the holiday book drive in which they collect and deliver books to children at Jackson Elementary School. They also host "News and Brews", where they hand out coffee, hot chocolate and Gateway papers to students in the winter. The Gateway also puts on their own 5k titled "Run the Press" to raise awareness about the importance of news and fitness.
2018 donations received: $4,650
The brainchild of UNO computer science professor Victor Winter, and supported by Betty Love, UNO associate professor of mathematics, Bricklayer is a freely available, innovative educational ecosystem made up of apps, online tutorials, curriculum, and documentation to support STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) education for people of all ages.
Bricklayer.org is a 501(c)(3) organization that teaches math and coding through art utilizing the Bricklayer software designed by Winter. Currently, Bricklayer is being used in more than 80 classrooms by teachers throughout Omaha and other parts of central and eastern Nebraska, with goals of expanding to more schools in the coming year.
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