Omaha North High School Foundation Gene Haynes Open Golf Event
The Gene Haynes Open Golf Outing is a friend-raiser and a fundraiser. Funds generated for this event will honor Gene Haynes and support many sports and school programs that benefit students, teachers, and staff at his beloved Omaha North High School.
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We know this event will be filled with raffles, prizes, and great sponsors followed by awards, and participation is expected to break all records! The field was full last year with 144 golfers, and we anticipate another full field this year.
We look forward to having you be a part of this fun and memorable North High event honoring Gene Haynes. Read about Gene Haynes’s life here.
The Omaha North High School Foundation
The Omaha North High School Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, incorporated in 1992, to provide scholarships to graduating seniors and improved educational opportunities for all students at Omaha North High School.
The Foundation concept is as ingenious as it is simple—a means by which a substantial amount of money can be built over time from contributions both large and small, the income from which is used to meet the goals of the Foundation.
Donations to the Foundation are placed in a permanent endowment. Only the interest earned on those gifts is used to make grants and scholarships. Contributions work forever, producing income far more than their original value and supporting the needs of future generations of Vikings.
Unlike other charities, all net income from the endowment is devoted to scholarships and educational grants. The Omaha North High School Foundation is served by volunteers with no paid staff or employees.
Some of our endowed scholarships honor a teacher (Leonard Bond Scholarship; Frank Hobbs Scholarship), a retired principal (Thomas Harvey Memorial Scholarship), a class (Class of 1960 Scholarship), or an individual (Terrill White Memorial Scholarship). In 2015, 34 scholarships were given. In all, over $500,000 in scholarships and grants have been awarded since the Foundation began.
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