Heartland Hope Mission is accountable to the community and its donors and works hard to ensure the long-term sustainability of the organization.
Heartland Hope Mission's IRS Form 990 is available for review, as required by law.
For more information, visit our GuideStar page here: GuideStar Heartland Hope Mission Profile
Click this link to view Heartland Hope Mission’s most recent audited financial statement.
Click this link to download our 2018 annual report.
Click this link to download our 2017 annual report.
Our Board Members
|Scott Kinkaid||President||Legacy Homes|
|Pam Korth||VP||Allen Capital Group|
|Michael Hamaker||Treasurer||Seim Johnson|
|Nancy Peck Todd||Secretary||Prescribe Human Resources|
|Marshall McGee||Member||Omaha Police Department|
|Christy Hair||Member||One Voice Ministries|
|Jason Tiedtke||Member||American National Bank|
|Chelsea Salifou||Member||Heartland Hope Mission|
Charity Navigator awarded Heartland Hope Mission four out of a possible four stars. Receiving four out of a possible four stars indicates that Heartland Hope Mission adheres to good governance and other best practices that minimize the chance of unethical activities and consistently executes its mission in a fiscally responsible way. Please click on the logo to review our four star rating.
2017 Winner of the BBB Integrity Award
In 2017, Heartland Hope Mission received the Better Business Bureau (BBB) Integrity Award. This award focuses on demonstrated ethical business practices with respect to key stakeholders including: clients, employees and the community at large, rather than a company’s growth, profitability or popularity. The Integrity Award winners were chosen by an independent panel of judges, consisting of metro Omaha business leaders and members of the academic community. Organizations are eligible to apply for the Integrity Award every three years.