The Cornhusker Motor Club Foundation supports crime prevention efforts in Nebraska including:
Graffiti Removal Services
The foundation supports the City of Omaha graffiti removal program. Mobile units provide this service to homeowners and businesses.
The quick removal of gang-related messages helps to prevent additional vandalism. For more information, click here.
Initiatives funded by the Foundation include educational summits on impaired driving and the NET documentary
Educators interested in obtaining a complimentary DVD of this NET production may contact
the Cornhusker Motor Club Foundation at RWhite@AAANE.com.
Speeding in High Risk Areas
Portable speed trailers are utilized to obtain voluntary speed compliance in high risk areas such as school zones.
The Foundation provided funds to nearly two dozen Nebraska law enforcement agencies to purchase these units.
Free Keep Kids Alive Drive 25® Decals
While supplies last, Keep Kids Alive Drive 25® trash can decals are available.
The decals serve as a positive reminder to adhere to speed limits in neighborhoods where children may be present.
Limit of two per household, please. Neighborhood association groups interested in promoting this effort should contact
Rose White at RWhite@AAANE.com.
The Omaha Coalition of Citizen Patrols (OCCP) is comprised of trained citizen volunteers organized into separate patrols.
These established patrols currently operate in approximately 35 neighborhoods throughout Omaha and the surrounding metropolitan area.
Each patrol works within its own neighborhood by conducting regular patrols in the area in an effort to increase public safety and reduce crime.
Please help support our efforts to keep our neighborhoods safe.
Your consideration to support the CMC Foundation by making a tax-deductible contribution is greatly appreciated.
We welcome gifts from individuals, civic clubs, corporations and estates. For more information call 402-938-3806.
Every dollar donated directly supports the Foundation's programs.
Public inspection of Form 990 PF will be made upon request.
This form can be viewed by the requestor in person at the Cornhusker Motor Club Foundation,
910 North 96 Street, Omaha, Nebraska, during normal business hours.
A charge for copies may apply.