Lending our time, talent and resources
Investing in our communities is a key priority for Mutual of Omaha Bank. We volunteer time, talent and resources for a wide range of nonprofit organizations from coast to coast.
We serve a variety of organizations with a focus on making our communities a vibrant place to live, work and play. With a special focus on meeting the needs of low and moderate income individuals, we partner with entities that:
- Provide healthcare, financial literacy and social services
- Create and retain jobs
- Develop and maintain affordable housing
- Attract and retain businesses and residents in areas slated for improvement
Whether it's a personal or business loan, we finance projects that continue efforts to boost our economy and create affordable living opportunities.
- Tax Credit Projects: financing for tax-credit eligible entities that share our interest in improving our communities.
- Community First Home Loan: a leading home mortgage product tailored to meet the unique needs of the first-time homebuyer.
Investing in the communities we serve is critical to strengthening our communities.
- New Markets Tax Credit Investments: We are an equity investor in projects that provide improvement through the New Markets Tax Credit program.
- Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Investments: As an equity investor in these projects, we are able to invest in affordable housing initiatives.
Volunteering time and talent is just as critical as committing financial resources. Whether building a home, serving meals at a local shelter, raising money for cancer research, or offering financial mentoring – we are committed to lending a helping hand throughout the year.
- Teach Children to Save: Each year many of our employees volunteer in schools and non-profits to provide this American Bankers Association curriculum. This program teaches students the importance of saving.
- Independent Volunteer Activities: We encourage volunteering and are proud to have many volunteers serving on the boards and in organizations in our communities.