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.|