Emergency Flood Relief

For emergency assistance, call 2-1-1.

Catholic Charities of Omaha is committed to working toward the full recovery of those affected by the flooding in and around the Omaha Archdiocesan area. We are partnering with the Knights of Columbus to distribute and allocate food and supplies and are accepting monetary donations that allow us to quickly address the variety of long-term recovery needs of disaster survivors that follow a catastrophe of this magnitude. 

Our neighbors need our help.  Flood waters have destroyed homes and displaced families.  You may donate on-line here to contribute directly to families impacted by the flood.

Donate Now

In addition to cash donations, Catholic Charities is accepting donations of:

  • Canned/dried meats
  • Canned fruit/vegetables/soups
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly
  • Spaghetti sauces in plastic jars
  • Pastas
  • Macaroni and cheese
  • Boxed meal kits
  • Boxed instant rice
  • Crackers & snacks
  • Granola bars/power bars
  • Raisins & dried fruits
  • Water
  • Juices
  • Sports drinks


Toiletry & Hygiene Products

  • Toilet paper
  • Toothbrushes & Toothpaste
  • Hairbrushes or combs
  • Shampoos/conditioners & body wash
  • Hand soaps
  • Hand sanitizers
  • Pads and tampons
  • Diapers & Pull-ups (children and adult sizes)
  • Band-Aids/Neosporin  – First Aid kits
  • New socks & underwear


Cleaning Supplies

  • Cleaning/disinfectant wipes
  • Multi-surface spray cleaners
  • Sponges & Dish Soap
  • Buckets & mops

Kitchen & Home Products

  • Strong paper/plastic plates & cups
  • Plastic silverware
  • Measuring cups
  • New Sheets
  • Paper towels
  • Tissue boxes
  • Trash bags


NOTE: Only new, packaged socks and underwear will be accepted – No other clothing.



Donations will be accepted at Catholic Charities, 3300 North 60th Street, Omaha, NE 68104.

For more information call (402) 554-0520.



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