The One Community Cultural Festival is one of a kind and the first Festival in Omaha to celebrate and share the diverse cultures of the region. The Nebraska Chinese Association will host this cultural event to unite all local nonprofit cultural associations, community supporters, and partners in order to raise money for victims of the historic 2019 flood in Nebraska and Iowa.
The Festival will feature performances highlighting different cultures from around the world including the renowned Lion dance. In addition to enjoying the performing arts, festival attendees will find an array of delicious food and drink, shopping and many opportunities to learn about the diverse cultures in the region.
With WOWT NBC Omaha as our title media sponsor, join the NCA as we shine a very bright spotlight on your organization’s efforts to further this united commitment to cultural diversity.
One of the reasons for the 2019 One Community Cultural Festival held on 8/11/2019 was to raise funds to help the 2019 Nebraska and Iowa Flood Victims Recovery Efforts. It was designed to donate the event net proceeds towards the three organizations that are dedicated to the flood relief efforts below.
Total Net Proceeds from the 2019 One Community Cultural Festival: $4236.58
Total Donation received from the public at the event (8/11/2019): $743.44
The split of the net proceeds have been sent to the following agencies:
Salvation Army Omaha: $2200.08
Nebraska Community Foundation - Nebraska Flood Recovery Fund: $1389.97
Southwest Iowa Funds and Mills County Flood Funds: $1389.97
Thank you for helping the local flood victims’ recovery efforts! We hope together we can make our community a better place for all!