Annual Report 2014 - Omaha Childrens Museum

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Annual Report 2014 - Omaha Childrens Museum
Annual Report 2014
WE DON’T COAST... WE THRIVE
Letter from the Executive Director
It is easy to claim that at Omaha Children’s Museum
Our community engaged exhibition process
we don’t coast . . . we thrive! Serving 290,000
slipped into a higher gear in 2014 when we
visitors at our downtown Omaha location, we
expanded outside of the greater Omaha region to
were able to engage imaginations and inspire
engage partners across the state of Nebraska and
learning to young minds literally from coast to
into Iowa to produce Once Upon a Farm, which
coast! Another 30,939 young minds in the greater
opened in October. Leveraging the expertise,
Omaha region were served with our dynamic
resources and partners from our agricultural
outreach of educational programs. As the most
industry, the Museum presented its most
visited Museum in our state and the only Museum
comprehensive temporary exhibition to date,
uniquely focused on offering engaging, interactive
which has been received with great accolades
exhibitions and programs, we’ve taken the lead in
from our visitors, educators and partners. Many
offering quality, educational experiences that the
of the exhibit components will have a second life
whole family can enjoy together.
following the run of this popular exhibit, making it
the first temporary exhibit with a more permanent
As an organization that thrives, we were able to
planned shelf life.
invest in our own future by purchasing a set of
TABLE OF CONTENTS
robotic dinosaurs that debuted in our summer
With the volume of visitors that “coast” through
exhibition Dinos: The Big Dig. This one-time
the museum each year, our attention is constantly
investment allows the museum flexibility to mount
focused on keeping up with the maintenance,
additional exhibitions during the off season and
repair and replacement of the museum’s
Letter from the Director
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even work with smaller communities to create
permanent exhibits. In partnership with First
Attendance
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rental opportunities to generate revenue stream to
National Bank and Children’s Hospital and
Financials
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support ongoing operations.
Medical Center, the museum opened two new
We Play
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We Inspire
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exhibits in our Imagination Playground. With
the engagement of local sponsors,
We Explore
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museum staff designed the exhibits
We Educate
11-12
which were then locally produced by
We Give
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Heartland Scenic Studio. Being able to
Board & Museum Staff
15-16
invest local sponsorship dollars back
Donors
17-18
into the greater Omaha economy is a
with open positions in 2014. After conducting
national searches for the positions of Director
of Guest Experience and Educational Outreach
Coordinator, we were able to attract individuals
with qualified experience and ties to Nebraska to
join our team. Shawn Toovey, who spent seven
years working for Disney World, relocated from
Orlando, Florida as the Director of Guest Experience
and Dacia Bryan left her work at California Science
Center to join our team as Educational Outreach
Coordinator. They join an already committed and
dedicated team of professionals committed to
engaging imaginations and creating excitement
about learning.
As you read through our stories of 2014, I hope
you will agree with the statement that at Omaha
Children’s Museum we don’t coast, we thrive. If you
haven’t been by to see for yourself, I’d invite you in
to catch the energy of this place. We are here for
the children, and hopefully there’s still just a little
bit of child left in you to find your place here too.
great source of pride for this thriving
non-profit organization.
As an organization that continues to
thrive and focus on ways to grow and
Lindy Hoyer
Executive Director
succeed, recruitment of talent in our
leadership positions became a priority
Lindy Hoyer with Triceratops dinosaur
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At Omaha Children’s Museum, we don’t coast – we thrive.
2014 marked another record breaking year with over 290,000 visitors that entered our museum
doors and over 370,000 served through off-site events. This makes OCM the most visited museum
and the second highest attended arts and cultural attraction in the state, second only to Omaha’s
Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium. The museum membership family also grew to over 9,200 families.
650
Welcome Fund
28%
Visitors Outside
of Nebraska
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2012
OPERATING REVENUE
Donor Subsidized
Memberships
2011
9,200
Member Families
Admissions
Membership
Programs
Gift Shop
Facility Rental
Special Events
Vending/Locker/Food
Amusement Rides
Other
Operating Revenue Total
2013
Revenue $3,898,225
Expenses $3,356,660
Revenue $3,416,585
Expenses $3,174,350
Revenue $3,072,914
Guests Served
Expenses $2,774,161
371,935
Net Income
$298,753
Net Income
$537,647
Revenue $2,977,004
Annual Attendance
Net Income
$541,565
Net Income
$242,235
Expenses $2,439,357
290,996
2014 financials
2014
CONTRIBUTED REVENUE
$763,475
$669,981
$262,240
$177,074
$25,837
$12,630
$144,275
$113,153
$38,298
$2,206,963
Contributions/Grants/Other
Revenue Total
$1,691,262
$3,898,225
OPERATING EXPENSES
Cost of Goods Sold
Payroll/Benefits
Other Operating Expenses*
Operating Expenses Total*
Total Net Operating Income*
*Excludes depreciation expense of $778,324 in 2014
$182,654
$1,773,275
$1,400,731
$3,356,660
$541,565
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FAIRYTALE LAND
An enchanting land where magic happens and dreams come true! Princess
Poppy and her princess friends were back to engage children’s imaginations in
a new summer exhibit. Nearly 19,000 museum guests ‘let it go’ as they
sang along to songs, learned what it takes to become a knight and act out
we play
DINOS: THE BIG DIG
Dinosaurs have been a staple in our schedule of special exhibitions
for more than 25 years. For the first time, rather than leasing dinosaurs
from a third party, the museum purchased 9 animatronic
dinosaurs along with an electronic passenger train and a
water-mining sluice. With the purchase of the sluice, over 6,266
gemstone and fossil bags were sold to guests, expanding
fairytale favorites during the exhibit programming.
550 young princes and princesses made their dreams come true
at Evening Fairytale Teas – an intimate evening at the museum with princesses
and fun play time. More than 60 gallons of tea was served for these young
royals as they learned their P’s and Q’s and found their ‘happily ever after.’
Over 26,309 children
have taken a ride on the
new train since its debut
in Dinos: The Big Dig. The
train was made possible
by a generous grant from
BNSF Railway.
In 2014, Omaha Children’s Museum took its community-engaged exhibits
program to the next level through support from over 23 state and
children and their families learned about gemology and fossils
These purchases will be used in future exhibits and offer an additional
revenue stream to the museum by renting them out to other
institutions. The dinosaurs were made possible by a generous gift
from the Theodore F. & Claire M. Hubbard Family Foundation.
Sitting next to princesses, listening to fairytales – a magical
moment for these girls
ONCE UPON A FARM
the experience beyond dinosaurs and creating lasting memories as
through this interactive mining experience.
Baby chicks hatched their way into the Once Upon a Farm exhibit,
giving children hands on experiences with farm animals
Gemstone and fossil mining: a family affair!
national organizations. Once Upon a Farm, a 10,000 square foot
agricultural exhibit, gave children growing up in urban Douglas County
and surrounding regions the opportunity to experience what life is like on
a Nebraska farm. The exhibit included educational themes focused around
food production, equipment usage and most importantly, gave guests the
opportunity to explore future
careers in the agriculture
industry. The exhibit was home to a number of baby
Presented by
chicks and ducks to the delight of young visitors
Presented by
who enjoyed naming the animals and returning over
time to monitor their growth. Museum staff and
volunteers also hosted a day trip to a local dairy farm
where children and their families experienced what
day to day operations were like on a real farm, further
enhancing the Once Upon a Farm experience.
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Shucking corn on the farm visit
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Kids swipe, wipe and slide images using their shadows on an interactive lobby screen
we inspire
Omaha Children’s Museum continues to inspire children by
creating permanent exhibits where children can explore
future careers through hands on play and learning. By
providing diverse and interactive exhibits, OCM is able to
help build confidence in children, and in turn, set the stage to
become successful adults.
Doctor and patient having fun in the new Children’s Hospital & Medical Center exhibit
In 2014, Omaha Children’s Museum focused on refurbishing and recreating its
first floor permanent exhibits with the help from local Omaha organizations
such as First National Bank and Children’s Hospital & Medical Center. These
organizations worked closely with the museum’s creative team and Omaha-based design firm, Heartland Scenic Studio, to create interactive exhibits
that would inspire children to dream big. The funding, design, and fabrication of
Children role play as customers in the new First National Bank exhibit
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these exhibits truly makes them a local collaboration by reinvesting contributed
incomes back into our local economy.
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STAR WARS NIGHT
In January, the Force was strong at OCM. Thanks to volunteers from the
501st Legion, the OCM galaxy was transformed for Star Wars Night. Over
20 beloved Star Wars characters were dressed in costume to
we explore
interact and take photos with museum guests – the largest gathering of the
501st Legion volunteers. Parents were thrilled to share their love for Star Wars
with their children and pass down the excitement to a new generation.
OMAHA MINI MAKER FAIRE
Omaha Children’s Museum, in partnership with Omaha Maker Group, hosted
the first ever Omaha Mini Maker Faire in September of 2014, drawing adults,
teens, children and families. This family-friendly event showcased invention,
Guests excited for photo ops with favorite Star Wars characters
The largest group of 501st Legion volunteers dressed as Star Wars characters
creativity and resourcefulness while celebrating the Maker Movement and
inspiring everyone to be their own maker. Over 30 makers from the area
displayed 3-D printers, robots, LEGO creations, culinary arts, crafts, inventions,
wood-bending, and more.
The Lincoln/Omaha LEGO Users Group featured some elaborate LEGO designs
Little makers create their own robots and
animations at first Omaha Mini Maker Faire
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SUMMER CAMPS
OCM summer camps were “light saber-tastic!” Ten summer camps were offered
to children ages two through eight and served over 781 campers. New
camps such as My Little One and Me and Kids Can Cook joined the lineup with
past favorites like Jedi Training Camp and SPLAT! Art Camp.
we educate
Educational programming is an area of strength for
Omaha Children’s Museum. Special offerings such
as focus field trips, summer camps and outreaches
help round out the experience for young visitors. The
imaginative environment at OCM reaches beyond
home and school experiences, nurturing growth and
development as young children and their adults explore
High-fives for the dark side! Darth Vader congratulating a new Jedi camper
Adults join their little ones for the first time at OCM summer camp
PARTNER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Omaha Children’s Museum expanded upon its successful partner school
program in 2014 to include 8 additional schools in the Pottawattamie county. As
part of this program, Omaha Children’s Museum served over 2,800 children
from 21 schools in preschool through second grade.
the world together.
Outreach Coordinator Dacia Bryan demonstrating science
experiments to area school kids
OUTREACH
In 2014, Omaha Children’s Museum
served more than 30,939 students
through outreach programming.
OCM outreach programs serve both
small and large groups with the most
popular programs being Penguins
FIELD TRIPS
and Their Young, The Amazing Bubble
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Show and a new program, Dinos on
OCM added two new ‘Investigate and Play’ field trips, Art in Action and Exhibit
the Loose, which features a seven
in Action, to the already popular Science in Action field trip. Students are able to
foot tall, robotic dinosaur costume
play in the museum then participate in a facilitated workshop to enhance their
that brings the experience to life for
learning experience. In total, 14,015 students attended field trips at Omaha
students.
Children’s Museum in 2014.
These girls worked as a team to complete an engineering
challenge – challenge complete!
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GREAT FRIENDS TO KIDS LUNCHEON
Clark and Emily Lauritzen role playing in the new First National Bank exhibit
Each year, the Great Friends to Kids Luncheon honors individuals and
organizations who strive to make the Omaha community a better place for
children to learn and grow. This year’s Great Friends to Kids honoree was First
National Bank and the Lauritzen Family. For the first time, over 15 leaders from
we give
Omaha Children’s Museum depends on the contributions
of individuals, corporations and foundations to
area organizations joined executive director Lindy Hoyer onstage to show
support for our honorees, truly making this a community honor.
FOR THE KIDS BENEFIT
continue to provide our visitor’s learning and fun – all
The Rainbow Connectors Guild planned the 35th annual For the Kids Benefit
wrapped up in one special place.
that created a magical and memorable experience for all in attendance and
raised over $250,500 for the museum. The event, themed Up, Up & Away,
was chaired by Sarah Beutler, Jackie Conway and Rachel Stricklett. Honorary
Up, Up and Away dinner and live auction
chairs were Lori and David Scott along with corporate sponsor Core Bank.
Bruce Lauritzen, Clark Lauritzen, Omaha Children’s Museum Board Chair
David Cota and Lindy Hoyer at the Great Friends to Kids Luncheon
Representatives of Omaha area non-profits join Lindy Hoyer in honoring
the Lauritzen Family for all their support of the Omaha community at the
Great Friends to Kids Luncheon
Benefit Chairs Rachel Stricklett, Sarah Beutler, and Jackie Conway.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
2014 Executive Committee
David Cota
President
Chuck Campbell
Past President
MUSEUM STAFF
Trent Demulling
Lindy J Hoyer
Treasurer
A Fond Farewell
Russell Collins
Rich Distler, Darryl Mickens and
Danny Pate. These members
brought valuable strengths to the
Jennifer Mosser
At Large
Sandy Parker
Advisor
Teresa Rogers
Development Chair
2014 Members at Large
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Chief Museum Officer
members in 2014: Terri Campbell,
Bob Krupa
Marty Beerman
Doug Bisson
Heidi Dross
Brian Harr
Todd Heistand
Shannon Hite
Dan Hunt
Kris Karnes
Liz Langan
Teri Mercer
Sharlon Rodgers
Ted Stilwill
Brad Thrasher
Jerry Wipfli
Jeff Barnhart
We said goodbye to four board
Secretary
Planning Chair
Executive Director
leadership of Omaha Children’s
Michelle Chartrand
Director of
Advancement
Morgan Dew
Manager on Duty
GUILD BOARD EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
2014-2015
Museum.
Samantha Wahl
President
Kara Kelley
Shira Abraham
Manager of Learning
Experiences
Michael Baxter
Facility Manager
Jo Beerman
President Elect
Special Exhibits
Lead Educator
Stephanie Cota
John Best
Treasurer
Amber Fahey
Recording Secretary
Shannon Lerda
Corresponding Secretary
Laura DiMaio
Friendraising Chair
Traci Copple
Fundraising Chair
Erin Owen and
Julie Peterson
Membership Chairs
Operations Manager
Dacia Bryan
Educational Outreach
Coordinator
Rachel Evans
Special Events
Coordinator
Erin Ferguson
Building Maintenance
Cheryl Glasford
Science Center
Lead Educator
Charlotte Hall
Elizabeth Killip
Development & Data
Entry Coordinator
Shiree King
Director of Finance
Cally Larsen
Marketing & Public
Relations Manager
Troy Lewellen
Exhibit Tech
Weekend Receptionist
Shelly Huckeby
Building Maintenance
Matt Lowe
Director of Facility
& Exhibits
Kelsey McLaughlin
Receptionist
Thomas Miller
Development &
Membership Associate
Tracy Musinsky
HR Coordinator &
Accounting Assistant
Matt Orand
Creative Director
Robert Ortiz
Front Desk Manager
Jessica Sellers
Executive Assistant
Edin Smlatic
Building Maintenance
Shawn Toovey
Director of Guest
Experience
Joe Toppi
Development & Donor
Relations Manager
Matt Walker
Traveling Exhibit
Coordinator
Bailey Wells
Graphic Design
Associate
Jacob Orand
Group Sales
Coordinator
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2014 DONORS
$10,000+
Amy L. Scott Family Foundation
Campbell Family Foundation
CenturyLink
Children’s Hospital and Medical Center
Cindy and Scott Heider
Cox Communications
Dixon Family Foundation
Douglas County Board of Commissioners
Douglas County Farm Bureau
Farm Credit Services of America
First National Bank of Omaha
Gallup
Grace Hansen Revocable Trust
Hubbard Family Foundation
Hy-Vee
Iowa West Foundation
Janet and Chuck Campbell
Kiewit Corporation
Lincoln Financial Foundation
Mammel Family Foundation
Metropolitan Utilities District
Midwest Dairy Association
Mutual of Omaha
Nebrask Soybean Board
Nebraska Educational Savings Trust (NEST)
Nebraska Environmental Trust
Nebraska Soybean Board
Oriental Trading Company
Parker Family Foundation
Performance Auto Group
Richard P. Kimmel and Laurine Kimmel
Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Robert B. Daugherty Foundation
Robert H. Storz Foundation
Runza National
SAC Federal Credit Union
Suzanne and Walter Scott Foundation
The David Scott Foundation
The Sherwood Foundation
Valmont Industries, Inc.
Walker Tire & Auto Service
$5,000- $9,999
Claas of America, Inc.
Autism Action Partnership
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska
DownTown Omaha INC
DuPont Pioneer
Five Points Bank
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Gilbert M. and Martha H. Hitchcock Foundation
Ellen and Ryan Grace
Hawks Foundation
Lozier Foundation
Nebraska Beef Council
Omaha Public Power District
Performance Auto Group
Rainbow Connector’s Guild
Teresa and David Rogers
Toyota Dealer Match Program
TransCanada
Anne and Arnold Weitz
Wells Fargo Bank
Wild Willy’s Fireworks
William and Ruth Scott Family Foundation
$1,000- $4,999
Cindy and Mogens Bay
Jane and Marty Beerman
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Ambassador Real Estate
Roberta and Phillip Christensen
Jackie and Kevin Conway
Stephanie and David Cota
Creighton University
Aimee and Trent Demulling
Glynnis and George Dittrick
DMSi Software
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group
Melissa and Patrick Duffy
Fraser Stryker PC LLO
Shirley Goldstein
Google
Sarah and Brian Harr
HDR, Inc.
Mary and Todd Heistand
Shannon and Joshua Hite
Lindy and Michael Hoyer
Mary Beth and Dan Hunt
Ike and Roz Friedman Foundation
Institute of Museum and Library Services
Iowa Pork Producers Association
Susan and Todd Johnson
Jeanie and Lance Jones
Kris and David Karnes
Shelli and John Klemke
Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben Foundation
Koley Jessen Attorneys
Stephanie and Jack Koraleski
Wendi and Scott Kroeger
Kristy and Bob Krupa
Kutak Rock
Emily and Clark Lauritzen
Learning HQ
Lincoln Financial Group
Jill and Mark Lookabill
McCarthy Capital
Ashley and Matt McMahon
Teri and Matt Mercer
Missouri River Title
Moglia Family Foundation
Jennifer and Matt Mosser
Julie and Mark Mowat
Nebraska Mineral and Gem Club
Nebraska Pork Producers Association Inc
Nebraska Wheat Board
Northern Trust Company
NRG Energy
Omaha World-Herald
Sandy and David Parker
RDG Planning and Design
Rebensdorf Family Foundation
Scheels
SilverStone Group
Smith Hayes Financial Services
Carolyn and Chase Sutton
Tenaska
Terry McGill Inc.
The Bekins Foundation, Inc
The Jim and Shirley Young Family Foundation
Ann and Brad Thrasher
Travel and Transport
Union Pacific Railroad
Vera Ellsworth & Bea Cox Charitable Trust
Meredith and Andrew Weitz
Wick’s Truck Trailers, Inc.
Amy and Zach Wiegert
Willis A. and Janet Strauss Fund
Woodmen of the World Life Insurance
Sarah and Adam Yale
$500- $999
Sarah and Terry Beutler
Elizabeth and Doug Bisson
Kelly and Kevin Buscher
Terri and Corey Campbell
Kelly and Russell Collins
Traci and Brad Copple
Jill and Mark Dietrich
Laura and Dominick Dimaio
Suzy and Rich Distler
Whitney and Sasan Gholami
Gail and Shane Graeve
Laura and Shawn Hall
Carey and Brian Hamilton
Dwain Horn
Sara and Pat Huse
Ruby and Charles Landow
Jodie and Bill Mackintosh
Marsha Marron
Ashley and Matt McMahon
National Everything Wholesale
Omaha Zoo Foundation
Cynthia Owen
Kristen and Jason Papenfuss
Monica and Danny Pate
Pinnacle Bank
Sharlon and Chris Rodgers
Heather and Bryan Schneider
Security National Bank
Tracy Swafford
Samantha and Andrew Wahl
Haley and Jamie Walker
$100- $499
Emma and Lee Addams
Adrianne and Charlie Agulla
Amanda Allen
Ambassador Nursing Home
Jennifer and Matthew Anderson
Anonymous
Apex Foster Care
Kelsey and Jeffrey Arens
Stacey and Brett Atlas
Holly and Leo Babutzke
Lisa and Joshua Barbee
Shannon and Nathan Barnett
Ann and Patrick Barry
Rachel and James Barton
Karen and Mike Bird
Janene and Dan Bolt
Alexis and Matthew Boulos
BoysTown Hearing Research
Kettrina Bradley Collins
Ashley and Nathan Brewer
Lori Bruck and Dave Neubauer
Margaret and Helmut Brugman
Melissa and Jayte Burns
Karissa and Justin Burroughs
Kristin and Dan Buttermore
Tara and Nathan Carruthers
Kris Carver
Central States Indemnity Company of Omaha
Amy and Nick Chadwell
Michelle and Ed Chartrand
Julie and Kevin Chytil
Heather Clark and Michalene Larsen
Samantha and Justin Clinkinbeard
Cori and Ryan Cooper
Jennifer and Andrew Coughlin
Rita Craig
Rachel and Eric Cring
Joyce Curry
Julia and Paul Damrow
Leslie and Matt DeBoer
Nikki and James Deren
Sherry and Jim Dewey
Erin and Rodrigo Diazdeleon
Nicholas Digilio
Suneel and Rajeev Doddapaneni
Lori and David Dvorak
Karie and Brian Eberhardt
April and Nick Ellison
Jennifer and Adam Erb
Amber and Brian Fahey
Ashlee and Scott Fedor
Jessica and Mike Feilmeier
Kimm Ferry
Mary Jane and Jim Fitch
Suzie and Bennett Fogarty
Sunny and Kevin Forrest
Tina and Jason Fouts
Beth and Timothy Francis
Mary and Brian Franck
Sally and Samuel Fullenkamp
Heidi Gaddey-Ford and Justin Ford
Stacy and Andy Galbraith
Melissa and Mark Garner
Brenda Geisler
Paige Giittinger
Malakal Goak
Terry and Jeri Goodkind
Government Systems, Software, & Services
Lisa and Matt Gravelle
Tiffani and Aaron Grell
Jill and Greg Gross
Cindy and C.J. Guenzel
Habitat for Humanity of Omaha
Ashlee and Adam Hall
Monica Mora-Handlos and David Handlos
Kelly Grubb and Ryan Hart
Dave Hawk
Kayla and Chris Hawkins
Heartland Family Service
Jess Hess and Jay Rohlfing
Robin and Charles Hill
Christine and Stephen Hinnerichs
Krista Hofkamp
Baoping Huang
Ellen and Greg Hutteger
IBM Corporation
In Home Family Services Boystown
Kelli and Mark Jacobs
Megan and Joel Jacobs
Swapna Jella and Satyanarayana Rachagani
Jennifer and Craig Johnson
Bryn and Jimmy Johnson
Jordan’s Childcare
Lori Jorgensen
Jennifer and Courtney Kaminski
Dana and Michael Kaufman
Jaesse Ibarra and Anthony Kellen
Erin and David Keller
Sara Kellison
Kids 4 Godly Character
Julie and Matt Kizer
Lynell and Jolene Klassen
Vicki Kolarik
Denise and Richard Kolkman
Sandra and Pete Kosierowski
Megan Kostos and Aaron Cook
Liz and Tim Langan
Shannon and Emiliano Lerda
Caitlin and Timothy Lewis
Julie and Darren Lindemann
Amy and Stephen Lindsay
Lisa Plewa Daycare
Sarah and John Loeffler
Christina and Stephen Long
Chelsie and Andrew Luethge
Jessie Lusero
Lutheran Family Services
Lutheran Services in Iowa
Sarah and Tony Macdissi
Lacey and Jonathan Markt
Elain and Dennis Martin
Veronica and Jeffrey Matthias
Trina and Scott McCollister
Gina and Michael McDevitt
McGrath North
Somier and Kurt McKibbin
Susan and Jack McMaunanan
Dawn and Darryl Mickens
LaTreia Miller
Nicole and Joseph Naatz
Katie Naumann and John Wang
Suzanne and Russell Neal
Joann Nemechek
Next Generation Child Care
Katherine and Kevin Norman
Christie and Gustavo Oberto
Deidre and Andy Ochsner
Georgine Olson and Heather Scholting
Omaha Chamber of Commerce
Omaha Community Playhouse
Omaha Performing Arts
Omaha Storm Chasers
Talia and Bob O’Malley
Omni Behavioral Health
Opera Omaha
OPS Early Developmental Network
Erin and Rob Owen
Kara and Matt Pedersen
Jennifer Peters
Marsha and Jack Petersen
Briann and Travis Petersen
Julie and Kyle Peterson
LaVonne Pfeiler
Lourie Daly and Bill Plugge
Ashley and Jeremiah Poole
Irina Popa Newcomb and Michael Newcomb
Sarah Purcell and Michael Flowers
Sandeepa Pyakurel and Pratik Pandey
Nicole and Al Ramos
Megan and Greg Rangel
Cathy and Ron Rawlings
Carolyn Reade
Region 6 Behavioral Healthcare
Ashley Roberts
Nicole and Chris Rolling
Rose Blumkin Foundation
Kim and Pat Roseland
Carol and Rick Russell
Michele and Dave Rutherford
Salvation Army Early Headstart
Jacqueline and Jonathan Sanchez
Eugene Schnell
Margaret and Dan Schomer
Christine and Tom Schulte
Marsha Semmel
Laura and William Shiffermiller
Shra’s Place
Cailin and Andrew Silcox
Gema Simmons
Crystal Sixta
Leigh and Dave Snow
Andrea and Drew Snyder
St. Andrews Child Care Center
Rachel Summy
Sunshine Kids
Kristin and Earl Swolley
Meghan Terry
Abbie Thompson
Tim Thompson
Alex Tomes
Amy and Jason Troshynski
Dorothy and Stanley Truhlsen
Lara and Jim Turco
Jennifer and Jon Uggen
Andrea Underwood
University of Nebraska Omaha
Ellie and Trent Vakiner
Dwynette and Anthony Valenti
Melissa Van Wyck
Jamie and Travis Vanderpool
Kao and See Vang
Araceli Lagonas and Jesus Vargas
Vavra Day Care
Visiting Nurse Association
Emily and Natalie Vuchetich
Mary and Timothy Wahl
Jennifer Ward
Sharon Welna and Gary Welna
Kristen and Michael Wetta
Jennifer and Samson Wick
Darla and Ted Wilderman
Kristie and Sherman Willis
Andrea and Joe Wisniewski
Tiffani and Craig Wolf
YMCA Downtown
Fang and Qi Yuan
Heidi Zaversnik
Nicole Zulkoski
Amy Scott Foundation
$15,000
Scott & Cindy Heider
$10,000
Anne Hellbusch
$2,000
Mark & Julie Mowat
$3,000
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