Join us for a Notre Dame Housing luncheon

Join us for a luncheon highlighting the critical impact senior housing has on North Omaha and the broader community. We are grateful that KIOS Development Director and former host Michael Lyon will emcee.

Our keynote speaker is Naomi Hattaway with Front Porch Investments. She will discuss local senior housing, how the fabric of our community is strengthened through housing, and how our local communities benefit when seniors are cared for.

We will also celebrate NDH’s 25 years of providing housing, health, and hope to seniors. Our goal at Notre Dame Housing is to provide affordable housing and educational opportunities while combatting isolation and food insecurity for seniors in our community.

This luncheon will also allow us to raise funds for NDH and our new Enrichment Center which will benefit seniors in North Omaha.

Event details

Tuesday, October 18, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Swanson Conference Center Room 201 A,
Metro Community College-Fort Omaha Campus
5300 N 30th Street, Omaha, NE 68111

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About our speaker

Our keynote speaker is Naomi Hattaway with Front Porch Investments. She will discuss local senior housing, how the fabric of our community is strengthened through housing, and how our local communities benefit when seniors are cared for.

Naomi is the Director of Communications & Community Initiatives for the Front Porch Initiatives.

Here is how she describes herself:

I believe in the power of community impact.

I believe in listening – between the lines.

I believe that quiet power is a form of activism, in the magic of kindness, and the beauty of building something that matters.

I believe that each one of us has leadership inside of us. I also believe that we each have the ability to build and contribute to communities, whether that is physical, virtual or a combination of both.

I am a quintessential weaver and bridge-builder. I see the through-lines of connectivity and impact between people, places,

organizations, ideas, and movements. I also consider myself a guide, as I teach and advise, using my skills to strengthen networks and systems. I am at my best when I’m asked to help find solutions, bring people together, and shake things up a bit!

I understand the importance of connection, the value of living the ethics you promote to your community and the difference between community for the sake of business, and community for the purpose of changing the world.