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There are an infinite number of ways to volunteer at the Park Ave Commons – from tutoring a GED or ESL class, to offering hospitality to visiting guests, to helping with childcare, to administration. Stop on down and tell us what you’re passionate about sharing with the Park Ave community.
The Park Ave Commons
1340 Park Ave, Omaha, NE 68105
With at least one in four local residents living below the poverty threshold, the offering of a free weekly meal has begun to alleviate the strain on many of our neighbors working multiple jobs just to cover the necessities.
In addition to affronting poverty, the Community Meals initiative aims to develop relationships among Park Avenue neighbors. With the involvement of over twelve churches and organizations and over 100 volunteers, the Community Meals initiative is naturally building relational bridges.
Every Saturday 11:30-1:00pm
First Baptist Church
421 Park Avenue, Omaha, NE 68131
CommonGood assists low-income residents gain living-wage employment through personalized, one-on-one job coaching and entry-level employment opportunities Contact us today to set up a time to discuss how you can help someone successfully re-enter the workforce.
1340 Park Ave., Omaha, NE 68105
“Pioneered by Rural Southern Voice for Peace, the Listening Project is a unique approach to improving vulnerable neighborhoods. Rather than starting with the solutions of experts, inCOMMON turns to the people.”
- Metro Neighborhood News
Ever wondered what the people in your neighborhood think? The best way to foster and develop community is to listen!
The Listening Project inocorporates active, compassionate listening into one-on-one ‘listening sessions.’ These provide folks who may rarely have an opportunity to communicate share their stories, ideas, and dreams.
Interested in helping? Contact us for details on upcoming Listening Project training workshops.
Listening Project on Facebook
Resource: Questions for Listening?
Listening Project Blog
CommonLife trains, equips, and supports individuals and small groups in their companionship of an individual or family throughout and beyond their transition from poverty. Contact us today to learn how you can help stop poverty simply by offering authentic relationship and support.