Show your support for Creighton University during Omaha Gives!
Show your support for Creighton University during Omaha Gives!

Omaha Gives! is just around the corner, offering another chance to show your support for Creighton University.

The 24-hour event (May 22) connects the community with organizations in the Omaha and Council Bluffs area for a day of giving.

How to support Creighton

Go to Creighton’s Omaha Gives! page here.

Why to support Creighton

Supporting Creighton means further solidifying the University as a pillar of the Omaha community and beyond. Each year, Creighton generates $790 million for Nebraska’s economy and impacts communities local and global in a great number of ways. And we couldn’t do it without our donors.



What your support means for service

Your support makes it possible for our students to serve others, one of the hallmarks of a Creighton education. For more than 30 years, we’ve been sending students all over the world to serve and advocate for those experiencing poverty, injustice and marginalization. Each year, students give more than 1 million hours of service. Creighton health sciences schools and CHI Health-affiliated clinics provide more than $100 million annually in charitable medical care.


What your support means for students

Your support brings countless opportunities for students, such as service trips, financial aid, scholarships and more. From the thousands of student experiences funded by collective donor gifts to the Heider College of Business, named after Creighton supporters Charles and Mary Heider, gifts of all sizes make the Creighton experience possible. 


What your support means for research

Your support ensures that researchers have access to all the resources of a larger institution without sacrificing the rewarding one-on-one student interactions that define the Creighton experience. At Creighton, everyone plays a part in research, including undergraduates. U.S. News & World Report recognizes Creighton as one of the nation’s top universities for offering undergraduates the opportunity to get involved in creative and innovative research projects.