OTOC seeks to connect people across lines that tend to divide them:
race and ethnicity, economics, religion, geography and language.
Payday Lending companies now charge Nebraskans an average 387% Annual Percentage Rate (APR) for small amount, short term loans. In this current election you can help reduce that APR to no more than 36%. How? 1. On your ballot vote FOR Initiative Measure 4282. Ask your friends and family to vote FOR Initiative Measure 4283…. Read More
The Douglas County Board of Commissioners voted last Tuesday, July 14th, to finalize a plan that allocates $10 million of the $166 million of Douglas County’s CARES Act funds for rental assistance. Influential in this decision was the engagement of leaders from Omaha Together One Community (OTOC) who met with many of the Commissioners to… Read More
With the continued need for social distancing, OTOC Action teams are all meeting via Zoom as applicable. The Environmental Sustainability Action Team (ESAT) meets the 1st Tuesday of every month at 7-8:30pm. Contact Clyde Anderson at ClydeLAnderson@cox.net for more information. The Housing Action Team meets as needed. Contact Gloria Austerberry at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.…