Food Assistance for Storm Victims

If you are in the Omaha area and were affected by the power outages after the recent storms, the Salvation Army and Heartland Hope Mission are providing food.

The Salvation Army-Omaha has two programs to assist:

The Burrows Center for Help and Hope (6101 NW Radial Hwy) is offering emergency food pantry assistance to anyone who lost food amid the power outages caused by the storms. Anyone in need is welcome to pick up a food box at the Burrows Center; food pantry hours are as follows: 9 a.m-11 a.m. and again from 1 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Mon-Fri. (Food boxes contain a variety of nutritious foods and can also include dairy and other perishable items when the pantry’s inventory permits.)

The Kids Cruisin’ Kitchen program will continue to provide its essential mobile food services to the community without interruption as storm cleanup efforts move ahead. Plus, amid the cleanup efforts, Kids Cruisin’ Kitchen teams will be on the lookout to assist with any additional nutrition- or hydration-based needs in the areas served by the program as they arise.

Information for Heartland Hope Mission
2021 U Street
Omaha NE 68107
(Backside of building)

Tuesdays: 630pm – 730pm
Thursday: 130pm – 4pm with the 3-4pm hour for those impacted by the storm
Saturday: 930am – 12pm