First National Bank of Omaha awards grants to four Kansas City area organizations



Workforce stability grants totaling $895,000 were divided among organizations in six different states, a portion of those grants awarded to four separate organizations across the Kansas side of the metro in Olathe, Mission and Kansas City, Kan.

First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO), a subsidiary of First National of Nebraska, has awarded $895,000 in workforce stability grants to organizations in six different states, including four on the Kansas side of the Kansas City metro.

Of the total $895,000 awarded, $25,000 has been divided between the four organizations located in Olathe, Mission and Kansas City, Kan.

Sixty-three different organizations were selected nationwide to receive grants, chosen because of their service in providing additional relief to individuals and businesses impacted by COVID-19.

In Kansas, FNBO awarded $25,000 in grants to four organizations:

  • $10,000 – Connections to Success, Inc. (Kansas City)
  • $5,000 – Inclusion Connections (Olathe)               
  • $5,000 – The Mission Project, Inc. (Mission)
  • $5,000 – Community Capital Fund (Kansas City) 

 

This is the First National Bank of Omaha’s second round of grant funding this year.