Strictly Business, October1, 2017 -- Children’s Scholarship Fund of Omaha (www.csfomaha.org) held its annual New Family Reception at Metropolitan Community College – Culinary Arts Institute – Fort Omaha Campus on September 14, 2017. A resource fair was held for families, along with a picnic dinner and a short program. Thank you to BlueCross BlueShield Nebraska for helping to support the event! The evening focused on the important role parents play in the education of their children, and it was an inspiring evening for all in attendance.
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School choice is not about pitting public schools against private schools, Cardinal Blase J. Cupich told more than 700 supporters of the Omaha Children’s Scholarship Fund on Wednesday.
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Omaha native and Archbishop of one of the country's largest diocese Cardinal Blase Cupich is back in the metro. This time to help children get educational opportunities they might not otherwise received.
Cardinal Cupich is the keynote speaker at the Children's Scholarship Fund of Omaha's CHANCE luncheon at the Centurylink Center, and spoke of his deep admiration for the non-profit.
June 1, 2017
Children’s Scholarship Fund of Omaha (CSF) (www.csfomaha.org) is excited to announce the recent hire of Joel Long as the new Executive Director. Long joined the Children’s Scholarship Fund of Omaha team on May 1st, 2017.
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Sandra Reding can recount many rewarding moments in her career as a fundraiser, but her current job helping parents find the right educational option for their children is one of the most rewarding.
As Executive Director of the Children’s Scholarship Fund of Omaha, Reding, in essence, is helping parents access the right school for their kids—families who otherwise might not have that option.
“Every family has a story,” Reding says. “Every parent wants to make the best choice for their kids, and if the best for them is sending them to a private school, that’s why we’re here. One type of education doesn’t fit every child. If you are a low-income family and the right education is a private or parochial school, and you are a qualifying family, we are there to help.”
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