Invested in Omaha

We live in a special place and there's lots to love. It takes hard work and passion to make Omaha special, and we can always do more. Here you'll see how ACCESSbank gives back to various charities and civic organizations in Greater Omaha.
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Giving Tuesday

Our team took over the Hope Lodge to make cookies for cancer patients and their families.
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Giving Tuesday

We had two groups at Grief's Journey to help them decorate for their upcoming Winter grief event.
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Giving Tuesday

This group rolled up their sleeves and helped clean and organize the barns at HETRA, located in Gretna.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Volunteer with QLI

This team dedicated half of their day to cleaning the offices and equipment at QLI, a medical rehabilitation center, here in Omaha. 

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Keep Omaha Beautiful

Our team rolled up their sleeves and headed to local parks and churches to help pick up litter around the city of Omaha.

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Strike Out Hunger

Between all of our employees, we donated close to 17,000 meals for our community and won the 'Most Meals Donated Per Employee Award' for the 2nd year in a row!

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Pinwheels for Prevention

To help raise awareness for child abuse prevention, our staff decorated our Oakview location with pinwheels.
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La Vista Summer Parade

We joined members of the La Vista community for their annual 'Salute to Summer' Parade.

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Grief's Journey

We held a paper goods drive between all of our locations to help this non-profit that offers grief support to children and adults of all ages. 

B2B Award

B2B Award

For the sixth year in a row, ACCESSbank has been awarded 'Best Bank' by B2B Omaha Magazine. This means so much to our team!

Vitality Bowls

 Cash Mob

We support local business. That's why we headed to Vitality Bowls in Aksarben Village to hold a Cash Mob, a designated time and place to spend money at a local business. 

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Cash Mob

We support local business. That's why we headed to Dairy Queen in La Vista to hold a Cash Mob, a designated time and place to spend money at a local business.