Mutual of Omaha Foundation Grants Nearly $2.3 Million to Local Nonprofits - Support Includes $150,000 for Nebraska and Iowa Tornado Relief

May 16, 2024

(OMAHA, Neb.) – The Mutual of Omaha Foundation has finalized its giving for the first half of 2024, granting nearly $2.3 million to 66 nonprofit organizations in the Omaha metropolitan area.

The grants include $150,000 in financial support for organizations providing disaster relief to communities impacted by the April 26th tornadoes, including the American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, Christian Outreach Program Elkhorn (COPE) and the Community Foundation for Western Iowa.

When the devastating tornadoes hit the Omaha area, we immediately provided disaster relief funds to organizations on the front lines of support, said Gail Graeve, executive director of the Mutual of Omaha Foundation. We are proud to invest in agencies committed to helping our impacted neighbors rebuild their lives. This compassionate work, centered on hope and healing, is making all the difference as communities recover from this crisis.

A full listing of the Foundation’s 2024 year-to-date grants can be found here.

About Mutual of Omaha Foundation

The Mutual of Omaha Foundation was established in 2005 to continue the company’s longstanding tradition of supporting efforts that impact individuals and families throughout the community. For more information on the Mutual of Omaha Foundation and its mission, visit

About Mutual of Omaha

Founded in 1909, Mutual of Omaha is a highly-rated, Fortune 500 organization offering a variety of insurance and financial products for individuals, businesses and groups throughout the United States. As a mutual company, Mutual of Omaha is owned by its policyholders and committed to providing outstanding service to its customers. For more information about Mutual of Omaha, visit