Help Heartland Family Service protect children, help adults and strengthen families. How does my donation help others?
Learn about Heartland Family Service and join us for Good Works 101
Please make a secure donation using your credit card or debit card.
You can also donate via PayPal, by Mail, or Telephone.
For other donations, see our Wish List.
We appreciate the tremendous generosity of our donors!
For more information contact Devon Adams, Volunteer Coordinator at
402-552-7418 or DAdams@HeartlandFamilyService.org.
Please drop off in-kind donations to our Sarpy Office Donations Center at 302 American Parkway in Papillion, NE. For drop off hours call 402-552-7082.
For more information contact Devon Adams at
402-525-7418 or DAdams@HeartlandFamilyService.org.
Pledges, Donations, Event Sponsorships, Program Support, Planned Giving and Donation Questions
For more information contact Lisa Cuevas-Jorgensen, Vice President for Development at 402-552-7443 or LJorgensen@HeartlandFamilyService.org.
To Honor Someone with Your Gift
Consider a Commemorative or Memorial donation. The person(s) you designate will receive an acknowledgement by mail that lets them know you are remembering them or their loved one on a special day: birthday, holiday, graduation, personal or public event, or as a memorial at a death. Make your gift an honoring gift in one of three ways:
- Download the Printable Donation Form and mail.
- Call Lisa Cuevas-Jorgensen at 402-552-7443.
- Email LJorgensen@HeartlandFamilyService.org
You can help by selecting items from the “Wish Lists” of our different programs. These items are either given directly to the clients or they provide a more comfortable or enriching experience for our clients as they participate in our programs and shelters.
Cost of Activities
$825 will house a troubled teen in our Children’s Emergency Shelter for a week and provide intensive supervision, medical attention, food, transportation to his or her home school, homework assistance and – most important – consistent, respectful discipline.
$600 will protect a woman and her children for an entire month at the Safe Haven Domestic Abuse Shelter.
$400 will provide a girl with access to new educational experiences for an entire summer at our Solomon Girls Center.
$300 will provide three counseling sessions for a child struggling with depression.
$250 will help clothe three children staying in the Children’s Emergency Shelter.
$75 will provide van transportation for the Senior Center so seniors can socialize every week day and go to the grocery store once a week.
$70 will allow a girl to attend the before and after-school program for a week at the Solomon Girls Center.
$50 will help purchase diapers and formula for a baby in the Family Works Program for a week.
$50 provides one week of food for one family that escaped abuse at the Safe Haven Domestic Abuse Shelter.
$50 provides budgeting and parenting classes for a client.
$25 will provide a month of essential health and grooming items for a family of four in our Transitions program.