Providing food, clothing and promoting self-sufficiency for people in need.

Heartland Hope Mission is the largest food pantry in Nebraska. We provide a week's supply of groceries, along with hygiene products, clothing items, and household goods to the working poor. In addition, we assist clients by providing eligibility screenings,referrals and SNAP (food stamp) applications.



Heartland Hope Makes a Difference


“I really just want to be able to provide for my kids and for my family. We are struggling now more than ever. I used to send donations to the Mission and never thought I would have to come to receive food. I just had my baby 2 months ago and I was working full time before then. When I tried to switch to part-time hours in order to properly care for my kids, my job laid me off. I have been working hard to try and find a part-time job, but I am so grateful for Heartland Hope for helping us through this rough time. Thank you for truly caring for our family.”



Heartland Hope Mission Purchases New Facility


2021 U Street (formerly Sokol Gymnasium)

 Heartland Hope Mission is the new owner of the building on 2021 U Street, formerly Sokol Gymnasium. The new facility is two blocks from their current location, at 5210 and 5218 South 21st Streets in Omaha, NE. After necessary remodeling, Heartland Hope Mission plans to begin operating from the new location in the fall of 2014.





Economic Downturn Increases Numbers                                                       

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Item of the Month Hygiene Products 


What if you had to decide whether to buy bread to feed your family or soap for them to bathe?

The working poor are often faced with these humbling decisions.

During the month of September, consider donating hygiene items like shampoo, soap and deodorant.

Your business or organization can also hold a hygiene drive.  Call 402-733-1904 x16 for more information.

Numbers Served... 


acts of assistance 

27,177 people received a five day supply of food
7,232  sack lunches provided
14,563 people received clothing
23,092  hygiene items distributed