Our Signature Programs
Safety is the number one priority of National Coalition of 100 Black Women Greater Omaha
Chapter and we are doing everything possible to keep our clients, members, and community
protected from the COVID-19 virus.
Due to the continued spread of the virus and in accordance with the Douglas County Health
Department’s recommendations, we have decided to postpone the Money Matters Financial
Literacy Summit & Boot Camp scheduled for April 4, 2020, and the Mental Health Summit
scheduled for May 4, 2020. NCBW100’s members appreciate the overwhelming community
support for these events. It is with the safety of our supporters and our civic responsibility in
mind to postpone the events.
Information as to when and if these events will take place will be communicated once we have
more information about the spread of COVID-19. In the meantime, we are advising members,
clients, families, sponsors and the community to continue to take precautions as recommended
by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We greatly appreciate your
understanding and support of our efforts to keep our clients, their families, 100BW members
our community safe. For additional questions, please contact the President, Dr. Idalene R.
Williams, 402-490-0600 or email at
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