Giving Tuesday and CQuence Health Support Local Nonprofits

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The Omaha-based company and its team members are joining SHARE Omaha and other businesses and individuals in giving back during the year’s biggest day of philanthropy.

Omaha, Neb. (November 28, 2023) Giving back has long been a cornerstone of CQuence Health, and this year, the company is taking things a step further by sponsoring a local day of philanthropy.

CQuence Health is a Collective Impact Lead Sponsor for Giving Tuesday, powered by SHARE Omaha and happening November 28. SHARE Omaha seeks to raise $5 million locally to keep the community healthy, fed, supported, thriving and engaged. CQuence Health is in full support of SHARE Omaha’s mission, with philanthropy and community service as core foundations of its business.

“Our passion for serving others and giving back aligns with SHARE Omaha’s commitment to connecting neighbors, families and businesses to local nonprofits, which is why we are proud to support Giving Tuesday 2023 in the Omaha metro area,” said Mike Cassling, chairman of CQuence Health. “I invite you to join CQuence Health employees between now and the end of the year in giving back to your community. Connect to a nonprofit serving a cause you care about, discover a new way to volunteer, or donate any dollars or resources you can spare to make our region an even better place to live.

Here are direct ways in which anyone can support Giving Tuesday and a thriving Omaha metro:

  • Donate to your favorite causes at SHAREomaha.org
  • Join Access Period’s Packing Party at Elevator Spaces at 1402 Jones from 6-8PM on November 28th. Volunteers can help pack 3-month period supply kits that will be distributed to people in need across the state.
  • Log in to American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Nebraska’s virtual Volunteer 101 from 7-8pm on Giving Tuesday to learn more about how you can volunteer to support the mission.
  • BFF Omaha is hosting a Benson community clean up on Tuesday, November 28th from 6-7pm. Interested volunteers do not need to sign up, they just need to show up behind Petshop gallery (2725-2729 N. 62nd Street) at 6pm. All safety and clean-up materials will be provided.
  • Take part in the Habitat Omaha Giving Tuesday Volunteer Build (weather permitting) at Bluestem Prairie.
  • Visit QLI on Giving Tuesday to see their rehabilitation technology in action! Visit for an open house on Giving Tuesday (November 28) from 3:30 PM- 5:30 PM on QLI's Campus to see first-hand how rehabilitation technology plays a pivotal role in the lives of those whom they serve.

CQuence Health has set out to improve healthcare outcomes across the nation, but that kind of impact begins locally, by supporting the health of the community we’ve always called home. SHARE Omaha gives people from all walks of life the opportunity to make a difference to the causes they’re passionate about.

“Even small contributions can make a big difference, and that’s part of what SHARE Omaha is all about,” said Mike Cassling. “When we all band together toward a common good, the difference we can make in our community is exponential. I’m honored to work alongside so many charitable, driven people at CQuence and throughout Omaha, and I can’t wait to see the impact that I know so many of you will make.”

CQuence Health Volunteers at Ronald McDonald House Omaha

About CQuence Health

CQuence Health shapes the future of healthcare by providing strategic guidance, professional services and investment capital to some of the industry’s most innovative companies. CQuence fosters and supports entrepreneurs from bold idea to thriving business venture and everywhere along that sequence, maximizing their impact on patient lives and the community.

CQuence Health is selective in its funding approach — supporting strong business ideas that have real potential to reshape healthcare. In addition to capital, CQ’s strategic guidance ensures entrepreneurs have the business and financial resources to become long-lasting enterprises, leading the charge for a better world. Our portfolio companies also benefit from professional services, such as research, marketing, human resources, accounting and IT support from experts with decades of experience in their respective fields.

To view CQuence’s full portfolio and see firsthand the impact CQuence is making in the healthcare space, visit CQuenceHealth.com.

About SHARE Omaha

SHARE Omaha was created to help area nonprofits primarily in Dodge, Douglas, Sarpy, Saunders and Washington counties fulfill their missions by recruiting the community to share money, material goods and time with causes that matter to them. Approximately 650 metro nonprofits are registered on the SHARE Omaha platform. A one-stop donation and volunteerism platform, SHARE Omaha does not charge any fees to nonprofits and does not keep any portion of what is donated. The SHARE Omaha platform is available 365 days a year so anyone can do good every day at SHAREomaha.org.