Building on Progress. Accelerating Toward Prosperity.

It’s Time to Transform What Could Be Into
What Will Be.

That means amplifying the economic success of the past with a robust, future-based strategy that targets high-quality, innovative and more diverse opportunities.

To accomplish this bold plan, we have implemented a Prosper Omaha 2.0 fundraising effort aimed at raising $32 million over five years:

  • $16M allocated for Business Growth initiatives
  • $7.6M allocated for People initiatives
  • $8.4M allocated for Place initiatives

The Power of Your Investment:

  • New jobs, payroll, investment and tech startups.
  • The nation’s top talent living, working and thriving right here.
  • A stronger urban core, modern transit, increased community marketing – and an elevated global standing.

Investment Levels:

  • Leadership ($100,000 – $500,000 annually)
  • Platinum ($50,000 – $99,000 annually)
  • Gold ($20,000 – $49,000 annually)
  • Silver ($10,000 – $19,000 annually)
  • Bronze ($5,000 – $9,000 annually)
  • Copper ($1,000 – $4,000 annually)

Investor Benefits Include:

  • Involvement in special economic development committees and advisory groups
  • Receipt of special updates, quarterly reports and on-going communications
  • Recognition on the Greater Omaha Chamber website and at select Chamber events

Become an Investor.

Please complete the brief form so we may further discuss your interest.

Invest in Prosper Omaha 2.0.

Let’s get to work.

Introducing Prosper Omaha 2.0, the Chamber’s next, transformative 5-year economic development campaign. Designed to build on progress and accelerate toward prosperity for all residents, Prosper Omaha 2.0 frames a series of priorities and strategies, key performance indicators, five-year outcomes and macromeasures with a focus on business growth, people and place.

iconWelcome to a new trajectory of growth based on building the capacity, innovation and competitiveness of our core industries, attracting and building new knowledge-based businesses, and nurturing a dynamic ecosystem of innovation and startups.

iconGreater Omaha is changing. We are aging and our next-generation is more diverse and more educated. Our talent strategy focuses on embracing our diverse population as a community treasure, showcasing premier inclusive-hiring and promotion practices, and bolstering our efforts to develop, retain and attract the nation’s top talent – ensuring that every resident has the opportunity for prosperity.

iconGreat cities have a vibe that says, “there is something going on here.” That’s why Greater Omaha is fast becoming one of the most inspirational places in the world – a place where your senses (what you see, hear, taste and touch) confirm this region’s high energy, no-holds-barred flavor.

An ambitious and prosperous future is within our reach, but success is going to require “all-in” engagement – everyone doing their part to help achieve our greatest potential as a region.

The Vision Behind Prosper Omaha 2.0

David G. Brown, President & CEO of the Greater Omaha Chamber
Dana Bradford, 2018 Chairman, Greater Omaha Chamber Board of Directors
Tim Burke, Chairman, Prosper Omaha 2.0 Campaign

PO 2.0 Resources


Launched by the Greater Omaha Chamber, United Way of the Midlands and Urban League of Nebraska – hundreds of people across the region worked to identify the area’s most critical trends and plausible futures. People, Place, Prosperity became our theme. It’s based on what’s coming, who’s coming and how we can establish ourselves as a world-class region. The Prosper Omaha 2.0 plan was developed to help reach the Greater Omaha 2040 vision.

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Accomplishing More. Together.

Prosper Omaha 2.0 Investors

Leadership Investors ($100,000 and above annually)

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska
CHI Health
City of Omaha
Conagra Brands
First National Bank
Iowa West Foundation
Lozier Corporation
Metropolitan Community College
Metropolitan Utilities District
Mutual of Omaha
Omaha Public Power District
Peter Kiewit Foundation
Union Pacific

Platinum Investors ($50,000 - $99,000 annually)

Ayars & Ayars, Inc.
HDR, Inc.
Husch Blackwell LLP
Murphy Family Foundation
Omaha Area Board of Realtors
Omaha World-Herald
TD Ameritrade Holdings Corp.

Gold Investors ($20,000 - $49,000 annually)

Affiliated Companies
Baxter Auto Group
Claas North America Holding, Inc.
Emspace + Lovgren
Fraser Stryker PC LLO
Hawkins Construction
Lamar Outdoor Advertising of Omaha
Lincoln Financial Foundation
Lindsay Corporation
McGrath North
Methodist Health System
Noddle Companies
Tenaska, Inc.
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Silver Investors ($10,000 - $19,000 annually)

Baird Holm LLP
Baker’s Supermarkets
C & A Industries
C3 Brands
Children’s Hospital & Medical Center
Clearway Energy
Cobalt Credit Union
CQuence Health Group
Creighton University
Curzon Promotional Graphics
Farm Credit Services of America
Gavilon, LLC
Great Western Bank
Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc.
Jackson Lewis P.C.
Lamp, Rynearson & Associates
McCarthy Capital
NP Dodge
Physicians Mutual
Security National Bank
Seline Family Foundation (Walnut Private Equity Partners)
Wells Fargo
Werner Enterprises Inc.

Bronze Investors ($5,000 - $9,000 annually)

American National Bank
Bank of Bennington
Beardmore Chevrolet
Bellevue University
Black Hills Energy
Borsheims Fine Jewelry & Gifts
Council Bluffs Area Chamber of Commerce
Creighton University Athletics
DLR Group
E & A Consulting Group, Inc.
Election Systems & Software, Inc.
Embassy Suites Omaha – Downtown/Old Market
Embassy Suites Omaha – La Vista
First Westroads Bank
Home Instead Senior Care Omaha
Investors Realty, Inc.
JE Dunn Construction
Koley Jessen PC. LLO.
Lyman Richey Corp.
Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital
Metropolitan Omaha Medical Society
Midwest Maintenance Co., Inc.
N.E.C.A. / I.B.E.W. #22
Nebraska Furniture Mart
Northern Natural Gas
Oxbow Animal Health
Paul G. Smith Associates
Pinnacle Bank
Proxibid, Inc.
R & R Realty Group
Sheppard’s Business Interiors
SilverStone Group
The Scoular Company
Union Bank & Trust Company
United Way of the Midlands
Waitt Company
Weitz Investment Management

Copper Investors ($1,000 - $4,000 annually)

AAA Nebraska
All Makes
Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture, Inc.
Alvine and Associates, Inc.
AOI Corporation
Arbor Bank
Bailey Lauerman
BCDM, Inc.
Behlen Technology & Manufacturing LLC.
Bishop Business
Bizco Technologies
Black Dirt Land & Sales Management LLC.
Booz Allen Hamilton
Brewer Family
Bridges Trust
Builders Supply Co., Inc.
Burlington Capital
BVH Architects
Catalyst Public Affairs
Cella Quinn Investment Services
Centris Federal Credit Union
CFO Services
Christensen Lumber, Inc.
CIT – West Dodge
College of Saint Mary
College World Series of Omaha, Inc.
Colliers International
Contemporary Analysis
Core Bank
D.A. Davidson & Co.
DataShield Corporation
E Creative
Ear Specialists of Omaha
East Campus Realty LLC
Ervin & Smith
Farris Engineering
Foundation One Bank
Frankel Zacharia, LLC.
Frontier Bank
Great Plains Communications
Habitat for Humanity
HGM Associates, Inc.
Hot Shops Art Center
HunTel Communications, Inc.
Latino Center of the Midlands
Lockwood Development
Lutz Company
Makovicka Physical Therapy
MarketSphere Consulting, LLC
Max I. Walker
McFarlin & Brokke, PC.
Midwest Laboratories, Inc.
Millard Lumber Inc.
North End Teleservices
OBI Creative
Omaha Economic Development Corp
Omaha Storm Chasers
Pacific Life
Pella Windows and Doors
Rdqlus Creative
Robert Hancock Co.
Scottish Rite Masonic Center
Seim Johnson, LLP.
Seventy-Five North
Shamrock Development
Syngenta Crop Protection, Inc.
The Capital Cigar Lounge
The Lerner Company
The Lund Company
Thiele Geotech Inc.
U.S. Bank Foundation
UMB Bank
United Republic Bank
Urban League of Nebraska
Watkins Concrete Block Company
Zaiss & Company

Partner Investors ($999 and less annually)

Bank of the West
DataShield Corporation
Farmers National Company
Haney Shoe Store
Humanities Nebraska
Interstates Construction Services
Millard Public Schools
Miller Electric Company
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Opera Omaha
Surreal Media Lab

Prosper Omaha 2.0 is the latest funding program for the Greater Omaha Chamber Economic Development Partnership. The program has a tradition of focused, economic development activity that companies, foundations and individuals have been investing in for over 20 years.

Greater Omaha Chamber Economic Development Partnership represents a seven-county area that includes the Greater Omaha Chamber (Douglas County), Cass County Nebraska Economic Development Council, Gateway Development Corporation (Washington County), Sarpy County Economic Development Corporation, Greater Fremont Development Council (Dodge County), Nebraska City Area Economic Development Corporation (Otoe County) and Advance Southwest Iowa Corporation (Pottawattamie County). This seamless regionalized partnership operates as a one-stop shop, driving growth and championing collaboration.