IMPACT REPORT 2019
of Changing Lives in the Omaha Community
YES Celebrates 45 Years of Changing Lives
May, we received a tremendous response from the community during Omaha Gives! in May and 45 years! Giving Tuesday in December. That’s four-plus decades of This past fall, we learned that working diligently and with YES had received two large extreme care to help change federal grants to help fund our and often save the lives of young TLP and MGH programs. We people experiencing homelessfollowed up that success with ness and near-homelessness in The original YES House. a record-setting Dance for a the Omaha community. We started with a small group of individuals who Chance fundraiser in August. We had more dancers, more attendees and raised more money recognized a need and have grown into a team to help support our youth than ever before. that provides a continuum of care. And in December during our annual Santa’s Included in this team is the Omaha community, Workshop, we were overwhelmed by the amount which has supported us throughout our journey. of giving we saw from the community with gifts With it being such a special year, it seems only for our youth for the holidays. fitting that it was one of our most successful. We know we couldn’t have done most of this Not only did we serve more than 3,000 young without the community’s support, and we are people through our four core programs -tremendously grateful for the continued Emergency Shelter, Street Outreach, Transitional generosity of everyone included in this report! Living (TLP) and Maternity Group Home (MGH) -- we also set the foundational groundwork for a With gratitude, new program, Rapid Rehousing. This new program is taking shape and will help young people quickly find stable, safe housing in 2020 and moving forward. Mary Fraser Meints Bryan Peterson Along with a very successful golf fundraiser in Executive Director Past Board President e reached a significant milestone in 2019.
Why I Support YES “I was fortunate enough to be raised by loving parents who provided unconditional support and resources to help me succeed in life. It never occurred to me that young people in our community– in Nebraska – were at-risk or homeless as a result of teen pregnancy, human trafficking, gender identification or lack of family support. YES opened my eyes to the very real issue of youth homelessness in our community and, like YES, I refuse to let that cycle go on unchecked.” — Jeff Ziemba YES Board President
Board of Directors Jeff Ziemba
President D.A. Davidson & Company
Secretary Lindsay Corporation
Kent Circle Partners
Omaha Door & Window
Vice President Mutual of Omaha
Past-President ACI Worldwide
First National Bank of Omaha
Omaha Police Department
On the Cover: A history of YES
through the years, from the early days to today commemorating our 45-year anniversary in photos.
YES Impacts Lives! Youth Emergency Services (YES) was founded in 1974 by a group of community volunteers who noticed homeless youth hanging around in Omaha's Old Market. Originally led by volunteers, now YES has the staff to address and meet the needs of youth experiencing homelessness and near-homelessness.
Programs and Services
No matter a youth’s situation, Youth Emergency Services offers a continuum of programs and services. We believe all youth, no matter where they come from or who they are, should feel safe and welcome. Throughout our programs, YES offers specialized case management services, the opportunity for youth to be paired with a community mentor and regular support groups to help youth build life skills, make connections and strengthen relationships.
Our Mission: To serve homeless and near-homeless youth by providing critically-needed resources which empower them to become self-sufficient.
Started in 1999, the Street Outreach Progam engages homeless and street-dependent youth, ages 12 to 21. Youth are welcome at this safe place to eat a meal, take a hot shower, do laundry, meet with health care professionals and get help obtaining a license or identification.
YES’ Emergency Shelter has been serving youth in crisis for more than 40 years and is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week with youth care workers who provide individualized support for homeless youth ages 16-20 to get them back on track.
In 2008, YES launched its Transitional Living Program (TLP) which provides long-term services to runaway and homeless youth, ages 16 to 21. TLP residents live in apartment-style homes for a maximum of 18 months and work closely with transition advocates with the goal of gaining safe, secure housing.
Maternity Group Home
The Maternity Group Home provides services to runaway and homeless youth, ages 16 to 21, who are pregnant or parenting and may not be able to access services. Young mothers live in a family-style residence for a maximum of 18 months and work with case managers with the goal of becoming self-sufficient.
The Mentoring Program creates a special opportunity for youth to develop a positive, sustained relationship with a trustworthy and influential adult to help guide them on a path to success.
Working in conjunction with the Women’s Center for Advancement’s (WCA) Indigo program, YES strives every day to identify youth who are survivors of human trafficking and provide the resources they need in and around the Omaha Metro. Indigo is a resource for building awareness, educating the community and healing victims of human trafficking for young people ages 17-24.
FINANCIALS AT A GLANCE Youth Emergency Services fiscal year runs July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019. Complete audited and certified financial statements and 990 are available.
Annual Revenue: $1,979,224
Youth Emergency Services is proud to serve all area youth â€” regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation or school district â€” and provide an environment that is free from hatred, violence, abuse, neglect, exploitation and fear.
Our youth need this now more than ever.
Operating Expenses: $2,008,065
IMPACT BY THE NUMBERS
We envision a community that understands and embraces its youth, creating an environment where youth homelessness no longer exists.
Average Stay at Emergency Shelter
TLP Youth Who Secured Safe Housing Upon Discharge
Youth Served through Street Outreach
2,799 Average Age of Youth Served by Youth Emergency Services
Mothers/Expectant Mothers Who Attained High School Diploma or Equivalency
Youth in TLP Program Employed or Actively Looking for Work
Average Length of Stay in TLP
Number of Street Outreach Youth Who Gained Employment Skills or Education
Transitional Living Program Youth Served in 2019: 38
irst as a Cub Scout and then as a Boy Scout, Matt Urbanski has been involved with service projects for most of his life. In his view, giving back to the community should be something every young person should do. He believes it should even be a requirement to graduate high school. So, when he learned about the need for a deck replacement and some new siding at our Emergency Shelter, he was more than excited to take action and give back. “It started as an Eagle Scout project, but I wasn’t able to finish before the deadline (his 18th birthday), so I did something else,” said Urbanski, who has been involved with the Scouts since first grade and is now a freshman at Hastings College. “But I still wanted to build the deck and give back, so this (past) summer, I continued with it. It was something I hadn’t done before, but I think the final project turned out really well.” From start to finish, Urbanski said the deck teardown and rebuild took more than two months (due to foundation repair delays) and more than 250 hours. Now, the residents and staff at our shelter have a safe, beautiful deck to use year-round.
Emergency Shelter Youth Served in 2019: 70
rendon has always been a fighter. It’s one of the few but valuable life skills his father taught him and his brother before he left. “My brother and I would roughhouse with each other quite a bit, and when he would make me cry, my dad told me to hit him back,“ said Brendon, a 20-yearold in the Youth Emergency Services (YES) Transitional Living Program (TLP). “When I said no because my brother would only hit me harder, my dad hit me to try and give me the strength to stand up to my brother in a way that made sense to him.” That ability to protect himself has come in handy on multiple occasions for Brendon. Two years ago, he left home near the end of his senior year after a disagreement with his mom. He’s been on his own ever since. He lived with friends, couch-surfed when he could and slept on the cold Omaha streets while he figured out what he wanted to do with his life. This past summer, he learned about Youth Emergency Services from a friend, and he’s been part of our TLP ever since. Brendon’s goal is to one day open and operate his own martial arts studio, and he’s taking the necessary steps now to make that a future reality.
Street Outreach The Street Outreach Program engages homeless and street-dependent youth, ages 12 to 21. Youth are welcome to eat a meal, take a hot shower, do laundry, and get help obtaining a license or identification.
Youth Served in 2019: 2,799
onika (middle), a former resident in our Maternity Group Home, received the gift of a car this summer from Chariots4Hope. Chariots4Hope works in collaboration with many area nonprofits by restoring donated cars and awarding them to eligible low-income families and individuals, who are referred by nonprofit agencies like Youth Emergency Services. Thank you to this amazing partner organization for helping young mothers like Monika secure the means they need to become self-sufficient and live independently with their children.
Maternity Group Home Youth and Children Served in 2019: 42
Mentoring The Mentoring Program creates an opportunity for youth to develop a positive, sustained relationship with a trustworthy and influential adult.
Youth Served in 2019: 37
Human Trafficking Working in conjunction with the Womenâ€™s Center for Advancement (WCA)â€™s Indigo program, YES strives every day to stop human trafficking in and around the Omaha Metro. Serves young people ages 17-24.
Youth Served in 2019: 17
Fundraisers & Volunteers
Amount Raised in 2019: $135,473 Thanks to the fundraising connections and dancing talents of 10 community leaders, the 2019 11th Annual Red Carpet Affair-themed Dance for a Chance, presented by C&A Industries, raised more than $135,000 August 1. Those figures surpassed last year’s event by almost $40,000, largely due to a record number of attendees and the fundraising efforts of the 10 dancers, who, in total, raised more than $85,000. The 2020 Dance for a Chance is August 7 with a “Roaring Twenty-Twenties” theme!
Sponsors C&A Industries Lindsay Corporation Lincoln Financial Group First Data D.A. Davidson Abrahams Kaslow & Cassman LLP Arbor Bank Bryan Peterson Cornerstone Restoration
Cox Communications First National Bank of Omaha Luma Services Mutual of Omaha Omaha Winwater Omni Inventive Care Oracle Security National Bank Valmont
Executive Director Mary Fraser Meints (left) and Director of Program Services Cindy Goodin.
Amount Raised in 2019: $50,116 Thanks to a heavy social media campaign that began in April, as well as digital communications focused on community organizations, board members and donors, 2019 Omaha Gives! resulted in an amazing display of giving! We set our goal at $50,000, and we surpassed it! The 2020 Omaha Gives! is May 20, and we are planning for another great day of giving! Thank you to everyone who made a donation in 2019!
YES Golf Outing
Amount Raised in 2019: $71,541 With more than 45 teams, a tremendous response from sponsors and great food and fun, the 2019 YES Golf Outing, presented by Union Pacific Railroad, surpassed $70,000 on a rainy day in May at The Players Club at Deer Creek. Participants, YES and The Players Club provided a wide range of golf-related items as raffle prizes, and everyone enjoyed a great time despite having to stop play early because of the weather. We hope to see everyone back May 4 this year, once again at The Players Club, for another fun day of golfing and giving!
Amount Raised in 2019: $13,895 Backed by a strong online and social media campaign that started in November, this yearâ€™s Giving Tuesday set another record for YES! With a matching grant from the Dunklau Foundation available, we came very close to reaching our $15,000 goal. The money will go to support our Maternity Group Home mothers, who, as you can see from the photo above, are very grateful. Giving Tuesday 2020 is December 1. Thank you to everyone who gave to help support YES!
Volunteers Sponsors Union Pacific Railroad - Presenting A. Stucki Company Cranemasters Inc. ILJIN USA Mainline Services Midlands Carrier Transicold (MCT) Miner Enterprises MPL Innovations, Inc. New York Air Brake LLC
PPG Progress Rail Rick Franklin Corporation RJ Corman The Greenbriar Companies The Timken Corporation TTX Watco Companies WHPC International Company
Volunteers are the lifeblood of nonprofits, and YES is no exception. From donated meals at our Street Outreach Center to businesses doing clean-up at our Emergency Shelter as part of the United Wayâ€™s Day of Caring, YES benefited from tremendous volunteerism in 2019. Thank you to all the individuals, churches, organizations and businesses that volunteered for YES. We are so grateful!
Thank you to everyone who supports YES and our youth!
Listed below are donors who provided generous monetary gifts in support of homeless youth. Not included here are the countless individuals, groups and companies who supported YES with in-kind donations throughout the year.
For a list of our generous individual donors, please visit www.yesomaha.org/report
FOUNDATIONS & TRUSTS Adah and Leon Millard Foundation American Eagle Outfitters Foundation American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation Anonymous Astre Foundation Dean Fricke Memorial Food Pantry Dillon Foundation Dixon Family Foundation Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Memorial Foundation Edward and Linda Robinson Charitable Trust Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Florence Lodge Foundation #281 Frist National Bank of Omaha
Gap Foundation Growing Good Foundation Hamann Family Icon Foundation James Semerad Foundation Lincoln Financial Foundation, Inc. Lori & David Scott Foundation Lozier Corporation Mammel Foundation Mariner Wealth Foundation Marjorie Travis Revocable Trust Merck Foundation Midlands Community Foundation Mutual Of Omaha Foundation Nebraska Children And Families Foundation
Northern Trust Oliver and Ferrol Barklage Foundation Omaha Community Foundation Pacific Life Foundation Parker Family Foundation Pledgeling Foundation Project Everlast Renaissance Charitable Foundation Richard Brooke Foundation Robert B. Daugherty Foundation Robert E. Hess Giving Fund Rupert Dunklau Schwab Charitable aka A.K. Porter Charitable Fund Sokolof Foundation
The Benevity Community Impact Fund The Hawks Foundation The Leland J. and Dorothy H. Olson Charitable Foundation The Sherwood Foundation TIAA Charitable Todd & Mary Heistand Family Foundation United Way Of The Midlands UPS Foundation, Inc. Webster Family Foundation Wells Fargo William and Ruth Scott Foundation Womenâ€™s Fund World-Herald Goodfellows Charities, Inc.
Nebraska Total Care OneOK Inc. Orange County United Way Oriental Trading Company PayPal PenFed Credit Union Progressive Fitness LLP Project Advocates, LLC QuikTrip Corporation Sharee and Murray Newman Fund Silverstone, Inc. Snap Photos and Design LLC Spa For The Soul Superior Glove Works Ltd. Target Corporation Thrivent Financial Tip Top Thrift Shop Toast, Inc. UBS Financial Services Union Bank & Trust Company
United Way of Southeastern Michigan UNMC Research Wal Mart Woodmen Life Thrivent Financial
BUSINESS PARTNERS Abrahams Kaslow and Cassman LLP Aksarben ARS of Omaha Alexion Bank Of The West Best Buy Employee Giving Capstone Coaching & Consulting Chapman Retail Consulting Curnes Financial Group DHHS-AccessNE Fremont Customer Service Center Dodge Cares, Inc. DonateWell DTN, LLC Edward Jones Elmwood Tower Enterprise Bank Evonik Corporation Exchange Club of Omaha F&B Constructors, Inc. Facebook
Farm Credit Services FBG Service Corporation Frontstream General Parts LLC HD Vest Investment Services SM Heritage Point Assisted Living Kroger Lamp, Rynearson & Associates, Inc. Liberty Diversified International Lockton Lutz & Company Marcotte Mar-Vic Enterprises LLC Midlands Carrier Transicold MMC Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Modern Woodmen Of America Camp 8037 Mutual Of Omaha Mutual of Omaha Bank Nebraska Medicine
All proceeds from the sale of donated clothing and home goods at Tip Top Thrift Shop support YESâ€™ mission of ending youth homelessness.
COMMUNITY PARTNERS Augustana Lutheran Church Big O! Bears Blackburn High School BPOE Lodge Central Michigan University Church of the Holy Spirit - Episcopal City of Omaha Countryside Community Church Covenant Presbyterian Church Faith Westwood United Methodist Church First Presbyterian Church First Unitarian Church First United Methodist Church Girls Night Out Giving Girls Omaha Grace United Methodist Women Gracehill Church Gretna United Methodist Church Gretna UMC Women Harvey Oaks Homeowners Association Holy Cross Lutheran Church Holy Family School System
Immanuel Lutheran Church 0Women of the ELCA Iowa Western Community College Kiwanis Club Of Omaha - Westside Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church Women of The ECLA Lord of Love Lutheran Church MANY/Youth Collaboratory, Inc. Mary Our Queen Moms Club of Southwest Omaha Nebraska Funk & Soul Alliance Nebraska Human Services Association Network For Good Olive Crest United Methodist Church Omaha Business & Professional Women Prairie Hills Community of Christ Church Presbyterian Church Of The Master Ralston United Church of Christ Rejoice Lutheran Church Rockbrook United Methodist Church Second Unitarian Church St Thomas Lutheran Church
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church St. Luke’s United Methodist Church St. Michael Lutheran Church St. Paul United Methodist Church St. Paul’s Lutheran Church St. Wenceslaus Church State of Nebraska Sunset Hills Garden Club Trinity United Methodist University of Massachusetts Boston Urban Abbey Vanguard Charitable Women’s Center For Advancement Woodmen of the World Lodge #16 For several years, students from Central Michigan University have volunteered each spring and holiday break by performing a variety of tasks for YES.
EVENT PARTNERS A. Stucki Company Abrahams Kaslow & Cassman LLP ACI Worldwide Amstead Rail Arbor Bank Bryan Peterson C&A Industries Colliers Cornerstone Restoration Services Cox Communications Cranemasters, Inc. D.A. Davidson First Data First National Bank of Omaha Harbor Rail Services ILJIN USA Presented by Lejak & Associates, Inc. Lincoln Financial Group Lindsay Corporation Lorman Maintenance
Luma Services Mainline Services metroMagazine Midlands Carrier Transicold (MCT) Miner Enterprises, Inc. MPL Innovations, Inc. Mutual of Omaha New York Air Brake LLC Omni Inventive Care Oracle PPG Progress Rail Rick Franklin Corporation RJ Corman Roadsafe Traffic Systems Security National Bank Standard Steel Strato, Inc. The Greenbier Companies
The Timken Corporation TTX Union Pacific Valmont Wabtec Watco Companies WHPC International Coatings Omaha Winwater Company
Union Pacific has been the Presenting Sponsor for YES’ annual golf outing for many years. They are instrumental in securing other event sponsors as well as participating teams.
INDIVIDUALS Aaron Hoffman Abbey Hutchens Abby Borgmann Abby Korth Abigail Chambers Adam & Stacy DeMuth Adam Preston Adelynn Gengenbach Alec Gorynski Alejandra Soto Alex Hook Alfredo Hasson Alice Mauer Alisha Cook Allan Stamler Alta A. Sharp Amy Benedict Amy Bones Amy Cerra Amy Haddad Amy Johnson Amy Shreck Andrea M Shald Andrew Rouillard Andrew Ryba Andy Boonstra Angel & Dave Carl Angela Heim & Nick Haney Angela Hewlett Angela & Scott Gross Angela Irfan Zach Ann Cannon Ann Marie Krahulec Ann Van Hoff Anna Drvol Anna Hartge Anna Monardo Anna Peterson Anne Pape
Anne Trimble Annie Butler Arianna Purcell Ariel Panowicz Ashley Brooks Ashley Kresl Ashley Swartz Ashley Witt Aubrey Dinslage Austin & Dorothy Thompson Barb & Mark Hoffman Barbara Wilson Becky Schnabel Bernard Bockelmann Beth Eliason Bethany DeCarolis Beverly Alexander Beverly Hornig Beverly Therkildso Bilinda Swift Bill Beavers Bob & Karen Michelic Bonnie Beam Brenda Christensen Brenda Hennings Brent & Brenda Klanderud Brett Cook Brett & Angela Heckens Brian & Kim Callaghan Brian & Christina Furrow Brian Gilligan & Steve Pospisil Brian Woolfolk Brian Zaversnik Bryan Guy Bryan & Tracy Peterson Brigette Ryalls Bruce Godfrey C. William Joe Calvin German
Carl & Tammy Henningsen Carol Anderson Carol Dennison Carol Gilbert Carol Hoff Carol Pinard Cronin Carolyn Duncan Carolyn Miller Carrie Novotny Carrie Spencer Carroll-Ann Hinchion Cassandra Hays Catherine Bloom Cathy A. Furlow Cathy & Mike Ciminski Charlene Hagen Charles & Linda Duckworth Charney Taub Rosinsky Cherie Carlson Cheryl Matthews Cheryl Vossberg Chris & Jane Phillips Chrisenda Smith Christie Klos Christina Donovan Christine Arnaiz Christine Pope Christine Schulenberg Christopher & Margaret McClenny Cindy & Matthew Key Connie Duckert Cindy Christensen Cindy Goodin Cindy Haskin Clare Maakestad Corey Hanel Corina Nygard Courtney Brewer Cynthia Berkland
INDIVIDUALS Cynthia Hadsell Cynthia M. Henderson Cynthia Oelke Dale & Darla Langendorfer Dalma Seitelbach Damauria Beard Dan Bleyhl Dana Kaufman Dan Munhall Daniel & Erin Bartolomei Daniel & Nancy Pridal Daniel Graham Daniel Yates Darby Sepulveda Darlene & Gene Jeppesen Darrel Moreland Dave & Christy Sutton David & Bethany Clark David Almaraz David Andersen David Harding David Ortman David Peterson David Wickersham Dawn Casteel Deanna Wagner Debbra Landolt Deborah & John McCollister Deborah Boganowski Deborah Grant Deborah Israel Deborah Smith-Howell & Craig Howell Denise Allain Denise Rogondino Dennette Schroeder Dennis & Annette Walsh Desiree Phillips Diane Kenyon Dianne Fowler
Don & Jan Riggenbach Don & Ann Hosford Donald & Carolyn Bukowski Donald Callen Freed Donald Jacobson Donna Short Douglas & Margaret Quinn Douglas Hemsley Douglas Hokenstad Dustin Cooper Dusty Davidson Earl & Rita Rudolph Edith Noeldner Eileen & Scott Howell Eldon & Janice Russell Eli Rigatuso Elias J. Eliopoulos Elizabeth Boyer Elizabeth Dyer Elizabeth Elliot-Meisel Elizabeth Smith Elizabeth & Thomas Champion Elizebeth Murphy Ellen Dasher Ellen Prendergast Ellie Bruckner Elspeth Hunnicutt Emily Flynn Erika Boesen Erin Duffy Erin Plouzek Erin Porterfield Esther Carrillo Eugene & Janice Goodin Farrah Grant Frances M. Prier Gail Formanack Gail & Shane Graeve Gene Bamesberger
George Kleine George Rood Gerry & Dee Rathouz-Ebel Gilbert Ward Glen Fineman Gloria Smith Greg & Betsy Emmel Gwynn Peters Helen Clough Helen Lovell Hicham Zouaoui Holly Sturm Ilahi Pearson Ilka Oberst Irma Rosberg Isaac Witkowski J. Andrew Sibbernsen Jack D. Angus Jackie Simmons Jacob Edgington Jacob Miller Jacob Murphree Jacqueline Osmera Jadyn Derr Jaime Nicolarsen James Polack James & Sheila Mair James & Joan Chambers James & Nancy Weiss James & Renee S Ginal James Blachnik James Vanarsdall & Gloria Sorey Jamesena & Bennie Moore Jamie Short Jan Packard Jan Rowley Jan Benitez Jana Benitez Jane Greenfield
INDIVIDUALS Jane Phillips Janet Lamb Jasmine Periksaitis Jean & David Wellens Jean Tait Jeanie Neff Jeanne Knox Jean-Paul Cushing Jeff & Lisa Alfrey Jeff Eske Jeff Funke Jeff Wyatt Jeff Zaleski Jeffrey & Christine Spencer Jeffrey Ferris Jeffrey Grinnell Jeffery Krishenbaum Jeffrey Luif Jeffrey & Jamie Ziemba Jen Homann Jen Metzler Jen Sellers Jenna & Brian Gabrial Gallagher Jennifer Abelien Jennifer Hamann Jennifer Levi Jennifer Peters Jenny & Todd Barnett Jenny Meyer Jerald & Elizabeth Golmanavich Jerilyn Thurber Jerod & Gina Schlake Jessica Cook Jessica Kent Jessica Nitsch Jessica Scott Jill Reiss Jim & Barb Farho Jim & Pat Phalen
Jim Wood Jimmy Albin JoAnn Blatts Joanne Gaines Joanne Sebby Joan Poore Jody Ford Jody Miller Jody Petrow Joe & Lori Miller Joel Caples John F. Else John Fullerton John Gillogly John Jeppesen John Leiferman John Passarelli John Steinheider John Sullivan John Wagner Jon & Katherine Sutula Jonathan Paper Joni Vazzano Joseph & Catherine Dorenbach Joseph & Jean Wreschnig Joseph Evans Josh Bartee Jo Williams Joy & Randy Youngland Joyce Furry-Sievers Joyce Gray Joyce Kavalec Judith Gutierrez Judith Johnson Judith Madigan Julie Dierberger Julie McCarty Julie Heacock Julie McDermott
Julie Murphy Julie Roberts Juliet Summers Kara Plumb Karen Eckstrom Karen Fitzgibbons Karin Bingham Kate Hanke Katherine Martikainen Katherine Powers Kathleen Courtnage Kathleen Kersey Kathleen Nussrallah Kathleen Pentagulio Kathrine Coppler Kathryn Anderson Kathryn Kemerling Kathryn McKinley Kathy Mainelli Kathy Stoltenberg Katie McLeese Stephenson Katie Swanson Katie White Katina & Troy Williams Kay Olson Kayleigh Gordon Keegan Mahoney Keith Scott Kelley Patton Kellie Harry Kelly Andreasen Kelly Jenkins Kelly Mogler Kelly Nielsen Kelly Staup Kenneth West Kent & Deb Kirwan Kent & Linda Tyler Kent Schroeder
INDIVIDUALS Kerry Depew Kerry Johnson Kevin Farmer Kevin & Cheryl Holloway Kimara Clark Kimberly & Michael Claycamp Kimberly German Kimberly Lahman Krista & Roger Cox Kristen Genier Kristen Hughes Kristen Rowley Kristi Macumber Kristin Omar Kristin Smock Kristin Straight Kristina Young Philbin Kristine Gray Kristine Story Kyle Peterson Lance & Catherine Knapp Laraine Roberts Laura Barrett Laura Peterson Laura Pierce Lauren Kruger Lauren Thomas-Kincaid Laurie Morrison Linda Hammer Linda J. Morris Linda Murray Lisa Meyer Lisa Mueller Liz Rea Lois LaFon Loretta & Tim McNally Lori Andersen Lori Lines Lori Schrock
Lucas Webb Lucas Wilson-Stepan Lucile Wood Luiz Francisco Jesus Luke Sutton Lynee Liermann Lynn McCullough Lynn Spielvogel Lynn Williams Lynne Mytty Maggie & Martin McCaslin Manuel Pubillones Maranda Allbritten Margaret Houlihan Margie Heller Maguerite Dunn Marci Baker Marcus & Catherine Maydew Maren & Curtis Larsen Margaret McReynolds Margaret A. Nusser Gerlach Margaux Towne-Colley Marge Harman Mariano Uberti Marion Norman Marjie Ducey Mark & Mary Horrum Mark & Ursula Treinen Marlene Hansen-Kaplan Marshall Sundberg Marta Nieves Martha Zajicek Martie & Sara Cordaro Mary & John Couture Mary Berner Mary Beth & Jim Winner Mary Dircks & Lehr Louis Dircks Mary Fraser Meints Mary Jeanetta
Mary K Ensz Mary Otterberg Mary Pat & Laurence Raynor Mary Sue Riley Mary Talen Mary Watke Marylin Stewart Mashila Fisher Matt & Danielle Herzog Matt Herzog Matt Hruska Matt Koenig Matt Snyder Maureen Dorcey Maureen & Craig Oâ€™Connor Max Kopfle Megan Addison Megan Thom Melinda Sommerfeld Melissa Beagley Melissa Thompson Merry Jensen Michael & Linda Everts Michael & Shirley Sorrell Michael Bayne Michael Beagley Michael LaCroix Michael Rosenthal Michael Straub Michael Watkins Michael Zack Michele Grewcock Michele Kaiser Michele Zadalis Michelle Shaw Michelle Webster Mike & Jo Ann Blatt Mike Korner Mike McGrath
INDIVIDUALS Mike Webb Milena Palahanska Mimi Boswell Miranda Fleming Molly Hoge Molly Spisak Muhayyaddin Abdullah Murray Back Nancy & Daniel Pawlowski Nancy & Richard Rachwitz Nancy Bertacini Nancy Cohen Nancy Johnson Nancy Laug-Sholin Nancy Yates Cohen Naomi Rueb Natalee Coughlin Natalie Amatange Nathan & Missy Croom Nicholas & Maureen Borman Nicholas Marquardt Nicole Everingham Nicole Tromler Nmancy Vandersluisn Nora Keenan Onalee Doss Orene Taylor Page Moore Paige Dempsey Palua Deitering Pamala Furey Pamela Johnson Pamela Phillippe Pamela Sellenrick Patricia Grimaila Patricia Rae Callone Patricia Solko Patricia Thompson Patricia Wells
Patricia Wicht Patrick Farho Patrick Prince Pattie Smith Paul Heaberlin Paul Holubek Paul Ing Paul & Gwen Campbell Paul & Diane Kratz Paul & Lori Williamson Paula Markuson Paula Turpen Paulette Wathen Peg Harriott Pete Kaufmann Philip & Barbara Bauer Philip Oâ€™Brien Phillip & Jane Ward Phillip Tomek Phyllis Heideman Priscilla Israel Rachel Yamamoto Rachelle Housh RaeAnn Knoell Rafael & Jamie Valdez Ramsey Dolesh Randy Zager Rebecca Bigelow Rebecca Killian Rebecca N. Sandiland Renae Magill Rene Garvey Richard A. Kousgaard Richard Clark Richard & Cathy MacInnes Rick Bunk Rick & Holly Tiwald Robb & Helen Giambrone Rob & Berdeen Roemmich
Robert & Kim Whitehouse Robert & Malissa Christiansen Robert & Tracy Adams Robert Bartolomei Robert Bennett Robert Gittins Robert Grout Robert Lapke Robert Michellic Robert Snyder Rodney & Carol Feelhaver Rodney Carlson Roger Garcia Roman Siciunas Ronald & Jane Moore Ronal Knudson Ronald Knudson Ron & Patty Skwarek Ronda & Kenneth Stevens Ron Rubin Roxanna Sok Royce & Joan Campbell Ruben & Debra Ventris Russell & Janette Burton Ruth Baker Ryan Durant S.J. McLaughlin Sal & Mary Kay Carta Sam Kopfle Sandra Ham Sandra Heather Sandra Hill Sandra Meinecke Sanjuanita James Sara Beard Sara Boyd Sara Denton Sarah Gilbert Scarlett DeBauche
INDIVIDUALS Scot & Kathy Campbell Scott Kica Sean McCarthy Selaba Travis Senthilkumar Raju Sharon Conlon Sharon Ingram Sharon Slattery Shawn Miller Sheila & Bernard Turbes Sheila Gleason Sheila Runyon Shelly Anzalone Sheri Farrar Sherri Otten Sherry & Jim Harrold Sherry & Paul Thompson Sheryll Ratliff Shirley Eyre Shirley Siebler Skyler Mann Stacy Spulak Stephanie Domanski Stephanie Schnabel Stephanie & Bryan Guy Stephen & Donna Ashmore Steve Lazoritz Steve & Nancy Beckwith Steven Bloch Steven Gibbs Susan Bonnett Susan Hollman Susan Knier Susan Lyden Susan Moore Susan Rothholz Susie & Tom Baechle Tamela McCreadie Tary Clatanoff
Tegwin Maxwell Terri & Alan Wasmoen Terry & Patricia Baker Tess Houser The Andrews Family Theresa Dein Thomas & Debra Lammel Thomas & Jade Cole Thomas & Kathryn Diesing Thomas & Pamela McCawley Thomas & Ruth Frank Thomas Fortune Thomas Hilgendorf Thomas Liefer Tim Fuerstenau Timmon & Andrea Petersen Timothy & Debra Hart Timothy Corcoran Timothy Higgins & Patricia Zieg Tom & Cindy McGowan Tom Becka Tom Eilers Tom Falcon Tom Kopfle Toni Myers Tory Ewing Tracy & John Wells Tracy Mathisen Tully Bledsoe Ursula Marxsen Valerie Smith Vallery Stewart Verla Hamilton Verna Whitfield Vicki Pratt Victor & Jan Kensler Walter & Diane Horner Walter Wood Wendy Buchholz
William & Lisa Mercier William Weiss Zac Baer Zac Konrad
A few photos from YES’ early days.
These are a few photos from YES’ early days.
YOUTH EMERGENCY SERVICES 2679 Farnam Street, Suite 205 Omaha, NE 68131 402-345-5187 (p) 402-345-6704 (f)