Donate Today - $124 Feeds a Family of 4 for a Month!
Your generous gift will help us purchase food items for our pantry at greatly reduced costs through our network of providers, thereby making every food dollar go farther to serve as many families as possible.
Heartland Hope Mission serves the working poor by helping them bridge their financial gap with items of necessity: food, clothing and financial education. In addition to direct monetary donations that allow us to purchase food at greatly reduced prices, here are several other ways in which you can support the efforts and help others in your community:
Please use the green donation door on the south side of the building. PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ITEMS OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING.
South Pantry Hours
Millard Pantry Hours
2nd Saturday of each Month - 10:30am–11:30am
Last Wednesday of each Month - 1:30pm-3:30pm
5321 S. 139th Plaza, Omaha, NE 68137
Please call 402.733.1904 x11 for donation hours outside of normal pantry hours.
Host a Drive
Hosting a drive is a great way for your organization to serve the working poor in our community. Items donated during drives help us keep our shelves full of nutritious food, essential hygiene items, and appropriate clothing. A drive can be scheduled and held at any time. Call 402.733.1904 x11 for more information.
Families that don’t earn enough throughout the year depend upon agencies like Heartland Hope Mission to brighten their holiday season. Last year, we provided over 5,000 people with a full Thanksgiving meal and over 1,100 children with brand new toys and food for Christmas. Your donation helps a family in need have a happy holiday season.
Heartland Hope Mission participates in Omaha’s 24-hour charitable challenge. This citywide fundraiser is used to inspire the community to come together to support the work of nonprofits in the metro area.
Make a donation to Heartland Hope Mission and spread the word to all of your friends! Donations can be made from midnight to midnight on May 24th.
How to Donate Food
Thanks to the generous donations from people like you, we were able to provide food to over 36,000 families last year. Your donations are a way for you to Be the Change in Your Community by providing basic necessities to working poor families.
Please make sure all food donations are unopened, in their original packaging, and are not past their expiration date. This will ensure that we are providing our clients with the best quality food to feed their families.
Food Donation Suggestions:
- Peanut Butter
- Canned Meat (tuna, chicken, salmon)
- Canned Fruit
- Dairy Products (milk, cheese, yogurt)
How to Donate Clothing
Heartland Hope Mission has both a general clothing closet and career closet to allow our clients to be appropriately dressed for every occasion. We want to ensure that our clients are able to have a selection of nice, presentable, season appropriate clothing to choose from.
Please make sure that all clothing donations are gently used and free of rips/tears, holes, and stains. Also, please check to make sure that donated clothing is relevant and appropriate for today and not outdated.
Clothing Donation Suggestions:
- Men’s clothing
- Infant boy’s clothing
- New socks and underwear
How to Donate Hygiene Items
Did you know that families in need of food have an even more difficult time finding resources for hygiene products? At Heartland Hope Mission, every family receives hygiene items along with their food pantry. We want every person who comes to receive a pantry to look and feel their best.
We ask that all hygiene item donations are unopened and in their original packaging.
Hygiene Item Suggestions:
- Body soap
Due to limited storage space, Heartland Hope Mission is unable to accept:
- Large furniture (couches, love seats, mattresses, and beds)
- All electric appliances (TV, computers, computer monitors, refrigerators, stoves, washers and dryers)
For questions about donations, please call 402.733.1904 x11
Thank you for helping us serve the working poor!
Please make checks payable to:
Heartland Hope Mission
2021 U Street
Omaha, NE 68107