Done-in-a-Day is the Junior League of Omaha’s opportunity to live out our mission of “Women building better communities” by giving back to other community organizations in the Omaha area. Through a series of concentrated projects, Done-in-a-Day offers volunteers community-based placements on a short-term basis. Volunteers are generally scheduled in three-hour shifts over a time span of half-a-day, one-day or two-day periods. As the Junior League of Omaha approaches its 100th Anniversary in 2019, Done-in-a-Day will be working with partners from the League's history to connect to the past and celebrate the League's contributions to the Omaha community.

For the 2015 - 2016 League Year, Done-In-A-Day proudly served the following Omaha Community organizations: Open Door Mission, Child Saving Institute, The Omaha Symphony, Project Everlast, The Rose Theater and Youth Emergency Services

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Junior League members are dressed up to volunteer at the Omaha Symphony's annual Symphony Spooktacular Concert. Junior League volunteers helped to sort and wrap gifts a Project Everlast for the holiday season.

Junior League members volunteered at the Open Door Mission’s Back to School Bash.

Community organization, FitGirl Inc., put on a summer camp where League members volunteered.

League members volunteered at the “instrument petting zoo” at the Omaha Symphony’s Call of the Wild event. Volunteers and League members at the Child Saving Institute’s Touch a Truck event.