The Omaha Running Club mission is to support the local running and walking community. To help achieve this goal, the club participates in bi-annual trail clean up days to help keep our trails in great shape. The Club has also donated a water fountain to the City of Omaha and it is located on the Keystone Trail by the baseball fields north of 78th and Cass streets. Volunteering is vital to the club and members and nonmembers donate their time and skills to help support local events. Volunteers are tracked by our volunteer coordinator and are invited to an annual dinner. Volunteers also receive ORC points that can be redeemed toward annual memberships or ORC Gear. To start earning your ORC points, get on the volunteer request e-mail system by e-mailing John Hall.
|The Omaha Running Club also provides services for a fee to help support non-club events. Items include online event registration, finish line service, timing clock rentals, event scoring, among others. These services fill quickly. If your event is looking for a service to help manage your event, please fill out our service request form and an ORC Board member will get in contact with you.||The Club is involved in a number of community projects, such as the trail cleanups picture below that we sponsor three to four times a year. Volunteers have collected hundreds of bags of trash to help make the trails we all use as appealing to the eye as possible. For more evidence of our latest efforts, go to Shutterfly Pictures|
|Fall 2012 Trail Clean Up||
Spring 2014 Keystone Trail clean-up