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Welcome to P4K’s New Brand

It is with great excitement that we introduce our new P4K brand, developed to better reflect the full spectrum of student programming and support we provide. Although our mission to serve “kids” remains — with long-term support beginning in elementary school — we also provide continued support to students as they move into young adulthood and pursue education and careers for lifelong success. The new logo and positioning line are designed to represent each critical level of programming, from Pre-K through postsecondary education or advanced job-readiness training. Thank you for your support as we continue to grow this organization for the young people in our community.



We're Partnership 4 Kids, a youth development nonprofit with over 30 years of experience providing college‑bound mentoring and goal‑setting programs for Omaha youth. Simply stated, we help cultivate tomorrow's workforce through academic support, postsecondary exploration, and career readiness. It is the guidance and mentorship kids receive in P4K that will have the biggest impact on their futures. With the support of a dedicated staff, AmeriCorps Service Members, and community volunteers, P4K students are bound for lifelong success.



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Cheryl Murray Kerst at cmurray@p4k.org or 402-930-3082.

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Our impact by the numbers:

2,350 student case-management sessions were conducted by our staff last year

95% of our students graduate high school on-time

87% of our students pursue post-secondary education

86% of our students return to college for a second year

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