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October AdBites: We Don’t Coast | October 21

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Anthony’s Steakhouse
7220 “F” Street
11:30 AM Networking

12 Noon Luncheon & Program

“We Don’t Coast”

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It’s difficult to get 3 people to agree on anything. So how do you get dozens of Omaha’s most creative minds to come together and get behind a single idea? Learn about the unique, collaborative process used to create ‘We Don’t Coast’, the community’s new brand, championed by the Greater Omaha Chamber.  See the diverse and unique ways that the campaign is being executed around the region to promote private businesses as well as our community.  Discover how you can get involved in shaping a new image for the place we call home.

Kim Sellmeyer, Greater Omaha Chamber
Steve Gorgon, RDQLUS Creative
Esther Mejia, E Creative
Dave Nelson, SecretPenguin

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AAF Omaha Coat Drive for Heartland Hope Mission 

The AAF Omaha Public Service Committee is pleased to announce the recipient of this year’s efforts: Heartland Hope Mission. The organization is focused on serving the working poor and low-income families while creating an environment where independence is fostered. Clients are also assisted with eligibility screenings, referrals and application assistance. In 2013 alone, Heartland Hope served over 27,000 clients—clients who are currently employed but living in poverty.

AAF Omaha will be collecting gently used coats (men, women and children’s coats) at our October 21 AdBites. Donated Coats will be taken to Heartland Hope Mission to help support working families in need of winter coats.

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AAF Omaha’s Public Service Committee Needs You!

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The AAF Omaha Public Service Committee is pleased to announce the recipient of this year’s efforts: Heartland Hope Mission.  

Heartland Hope is the largest food pantry in the State of Nebraska. Its primary program is Homelessness and Hunger Prevention, a program designed to help the working poor by providing food, clothing, hygiene products and household items to individuals who do not have the financial means or supportive services to otherwise acquire these items.  

The organization is focused on serving the working poor and low-income families while creating an environment where independence is fostered. Clients are also assisted with eligibility screenings, referrals and application assistance. In 2013 alone, Heartland Hope served over 27,000 clients—clients who are currently employed but living in poverty. 

Heartland Hope wants to raise awareness of the plight of the working poor, and ask for the public’s assistance in volunteering, hosting a food drive and/or donating. 

AAFO’s Public Service committee is looking for passionate creative people who want to use their talents to make a difference. This committee provides exceptional opportunities for newbies and tenured professionals alike to work with new people and teams, enjoy new experiences, all while doing making a lasting, positive impact on our community.   Read more

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