Support COBAL Baseball

COLBA baseball needs your help!

Central Omaha Legion Baseball Association (COLBA) is the only high school baseball program in downtown Omaha. Our players primarily attend Omaha Central High, an urban school with a diverse population of nearly 2700 students. Our mission is to provide summer baseball opportunities to inner-city youth, while educating them on the importance of sportsmanship, citizenship and athleticism.

As an inner-city baseball program, our players come from diverse financial backgrounds. In planning for the upcoming season, we recognize that some players cannot afford their registration fees.

To support these players and to give their families some relief during this difficult time, we are asking for donations to provide need-based scholarships for the 2020 season.

This program fund is administered by the Omaha Public Schools Foundation. 100% of your donation is given to COLBA to fulfill their mission.

Show Love to Field Club

Field Club Elementary with Herbie, Their Therapy Dog

Field Club Elementary with Herbie, Their Therapy Dog

Show Love to Field ClubDirect Donation Campaign February 14-March 14, 2020

Money Raised will be used to support student/staff support activities

  • Field Trips
  • Service Learning
  • College Visits
  • NEU t-shirts for students
  • Teacher appreciation
  • Classroom Supplies

Can we count on you to “Show Love to Field Club?”

Please use the form below to submit your donation through our secure payment gateway. All donations are tax deductible and you will recieve a receipt from the Omaha Public Schools Foundation for tax purposes.

Help Send Beveridge’s Pentathlon Team to Nationals

 

United States Academic Pentathlon® is a five-event scholastic competition for middle school students, providing the benefits of Academic Decathlon® along with the challenges of rigorous team and individual competition. Now middle school students can experience a premier scholastic competition.

Academic Pentathlon® is comprised of five academic events:

  • Literature
  • Mathematics
  • Fine Arts
  • Science
  • Social Science

Introducing the Beveridge Academic Pentathlon Team for 2019-2020:

Beveridge’s Academic Pentathlon team is having a very successful year thus far!  The students are working and studying extremely hard to qualify for the national competition in Phoenix, Arizona.  To make the dream of competing at a national level a reality, they need your support! Please consider supporting these extremely hardworking students in their academic endeavors.

Team members are:

Precious A, Ivan, A-S, Isabel B, Arianna C-A, Angel D-D, Le’Anthony D, David G, Nayeli G-C, Milka I-H-G, Lucia M-D, Grace, M, Lovisa N, Alex P, Devon P, Jared R, Amaya S, Jannette V-V

The coaches are Jaclyn Nielsen, Morgan Sammons, and Maria Reyes-Vazquez.

The competition takes place on May 15 and 16, 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona!

The team will need to raise 10,000 dollars to make Nationals a reality! 

Storyworks Junior

Megan Moderow, second grade teacher at Dundee Elementary, is asking for a class subscription to Scholastic’s Storyworks Jr. magazine. Storyworks Jr. is a monthly magazine packed with engaging material for students – this ranges from fiction to non-fiction, poetry to reader’s theater scripts. Each magazine is 32 pages long and students would have the opportunity to take their magazine home at the end of each month. This would ensure that students have access to high-quality text options at home.

The OPS Action Plan places an emphasis on rigorous and differentiated curriculum for students. A subscription to Storyworks Jr. would allow me to enhance our reading curriculum, both in whole group and small group settings. Students will also have the opportunity to engage with Storyworks Jr. through iPads and computers, which can spark engagement in students.

The Omaha Public Schools Foundation is recognized as a tax exempt organization under Section 501 (c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code. It is incorporated under Nebraska Law as a nonprofit corporation. 100% of your donation will be allocated to the funding of this project. There are no administrative fees taken in processing your gift.

Megan’s goal is to raise $200.00 to fund this project. Please consider a donation and “Invest in Success!”

Digging Volleyball

Aimee Noel, Physical Education Teacher at Spring Lake Magnet School, inspired by her work on the Wellness Committee and School Improvement Plan, would like to offer volleyball clinics for 3rd and 4th graders. She hopes to open the school gym one Saturday each month beginning in October and ending in January. The students would learn the basic skills of volleyball, the basic rules of the game, and have the opportunity to team with students they wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to meet.

The program would also allow parents to watch and be exposed to a new sport.  After Aimee completes all four clinics she is planning a field trip for clinic participants to participate in a free clinic  hosted by The River City Juniors at The Volleyball Academy in LaVista.  By scheduling this during The Volleyball Academy College Spring Tournament, students would be exposed to volleyball at the College level, as well.

The Omaha Public Schools Foundation is recognized as a tax exempt organization under Section 501 (c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code. It is incorporated under Nebraska Law as a nonprofit corporation. 100% of your donation will be allocated to the funding of this project. There are no administrative fees taken in processing your gift.

Aimee’s goal is to raise $800.00 to cover the costs of the Saturday clinics. Please consider a donation and “Invest in Success!”

Be a Burke Softball Booster


Coach Sturgeon has helped grow the Burke High School Softball program in the last 3 years. In 2018 the team went to the state tournament for the first time in 13 years. When he first arrived the team was using old soccer jerseys and there were no team helmets and some players did not have their own. Field improvements have been made and equipment has been purchased as most of the equipment was very old.

In order to continue our progress and grow our program, we are hoping to raise $5000. Eagle Mortgage Company will match donations up to $2500. The money will go to the Burke softball booster club. The money will be used help the Burke Bulldog softball team as they continue to build a top softball program. The contributions will help to improve and maintain the softball field, provide apparel for the team and support the players as they compete at a high level.

As you can see our efforts have really paid dividends to our program, but to continue we can’t do it without all of you and your support. We look forward to growing and developing our young female athletes to become productive, strong women in the future.