First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO, has awarded a total of $1,738,000 in Impact Grants to 90 organizations in Nebraska, Iowa, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, South Dakota, Wyoming and Texas, announced Whitney Baker, Director of Philanthropy and Giving. The grants support programs dedicated to workforce development and entrepreneurship; affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization; and adult education, financial literacy and security.

“FNBO recognizes that investments in workforce development, education, affordable housing and financial literacy have returns that far outlast a one-time donation,” said Baker. “Through this grant program, our goal is to find community partners working in these areas that not only impact individual lives, but build stronger and more financially successful communities.”

FNBO has transitioned from two grant cycles per year to one combined cycle. This total represents the largest one-year grant amount ever awarded by FNBO.

$975,000 was given across 44 organizations in Nebraska, including Community Development Resources in Lincoln, Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln and NeighborWorks Lincoln.

A full list of grant recipients and dollars awarded to each organization can be found at

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