Contact Us

Chapter Locations

American Red Cross of the Omaha Council Bluffs Metro
2912 S. 80th Ave.
Omaha, NE 68124
Phone: 402-343-7700
Disaster Number: 844-334-7569

American Red Cross of Capital Area and Eastern Nebraska
220 Oakcreek Dr.
Lincoln, NE 68528
(402) 441-7997

American Red Cross of Central and Western Nebraska
404 E. 3rd St.
Grand Island, NE 68801
(308) 382-3790

American Red Cross
Charles E. Lakin Human Services Campus
705 N. 16th St.
Council Bluffs, IA 51501
(712) 322- 4017

Other Locations
520 West 48th St.
Kearney, NE 68845
(308) 234-2770

705 Nelson Dr., Bldg 323C, Rm 117
Offutt AFB, NE 68113
(402) 294-5032

Give Help. Get Help.

Make a Donation

Call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733 2767) or click here to make a financial gift. To ask a question regarding your donation or to set up a fundraiser, please call the Development Coordinator at (402) 343-7700 ext. 7115.

Donate Blood

Call or visit or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733 2767) to schedule an appointment or a blood drive.

Invite the Red Cross to Your Event

Call the Volunteer Manager at (402) 343-7700 or send an email to to request the Red Cross for your community event.

Legacy Planning

If you are interested in learning more about making a gift through your estate contact Char DeWitt at (402) 657-7844 or

Media Inquiries

Call Richard Dinsdale at (402) 677-7404 or send an email to for media inquiries.

Service to Armed Forces

Call 1-877-272-7337 to access emergency communications services.

When calling the Red Cross to send an emergency message to a family member, it is helpful to have the following information about the Service Member:

  • Full Name
  • Rank/Rating
  • Branch of Service
  • Social Security Number
  • Military Address
  • Information about the deployed unit and the home base unit (for deployed service members only)
  • Date of Birth


Start your volunteer experience by visiting Volunteer Connection or contact your local Red Cross office for details.

Helping to Save the Day, Every Day

Nebraska/SW Iowa Region FY 2014 (July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014)

Helping to Save the Day, Every Day


people rolled up their sleeves & donated to Midwest Blood Services.

Helping to Save the Day, Every Day


people trained in CPR, First Aid, AED and life-saving water safety skills.

Helping to Save the Day, Every Day


individuals are more resilient through disaster preparedness information & training.

Helping to Save the Day, Every Day


volunteers served their community.

Helping to Save the Day, Every Day


disasters including: home fires, floods and blizzards, and provided food, shelter, clothing care and comfort to 763 families.

Helping to Save the Day, Every Day


military personnel and family members received assistance through Service to Armed Forces programs.

Helping to Save the Day, Every Day


individuals downloaded a lifesaving Red Cross app