Here are some other resources that are available to help if you have been impacted by the flood or if you want to help:
Calvary Christian Church: 10100 Cedar Island Road, Bellevue: open as a shelter, not accepting donated items
Thanksgiving Lutheran Church: 3702 370 Plaza, Bellevue: Open for food, day stay, diapers, not accepting donated items
Bellevue Christian Center: 400 Harvell Dr, Bellevue: Not a shelter, but is a distribution site. Open M-F 8:3-7:00pm, S/Su 8:30-1:00pm
Kroc Center: 402-898-5060: Red Cross distribution site, case management, crisis counseling
Sarpy County Human Services: 402-593-4400 Personal hygiene items, school supplies and backpacks
Bellevue Public Schools: Mobile Food Pantry, Wed. March 20 at the Mission Middle School, 5:00-6:30pm
Bellevue Food Pantry: 402-292-2961 Food vouchers available
Pet’s Earth: 72 & Giles Road, accepting pet supplies (leashes, carriers, food)
Old Canfield’s site: 84 & West Center Road: accepting donated items such as water, non-perishable food.
Bellevue residents need our help
There are many ways to help our community recover from the massive flooding.
Can you help with a donation? Please donate through our donation page.
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