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Do Space

Aug 15, 2018 01:02PM ● By Sponsored Content

Mission Statement

To empower the Omaha community through access to technology and innovative learning experiences. 

Wish List

  • Program and equipment sponsorships
  • Monetary donations
  • Volunteers

Upcoming Events

  • Littles Lab Tuesdays and Saturdays
  • Tech Help Tuesdays Tuesdays
  • Cyber Seniors Wednesdays
Do Space offers between 50-60 tech programs and events every month. 

Register for free on the website.


Do Space is a technology space, a digital workshop, and an innovation playground. It was designed to tackle the digital divide in Omaha, as well as to boost digital skills and drive innovation, creativity, and invention in the region. Free to the public, Do Space is a place where community members can interact with cutting-edge technology and receive assistance and instruction in its use. It’s more than just a building—it’s a community technology movement.

Brag Lines

  • Located at 72nd and Dodge Streets
  • Open 90 hours a week
  • Average of 465 visits per day
  • Over 60,000 members
  • Membership, programs, and services are free
At Do Space, Omahans have access to powerful fiber Wi-Fi internet, high-end computer stations and devices, 3D printers, and technology-focused learning opportunities. Do Space has a little something for everyone, but aims to make a significant impact on two key groups: underconnected, low-income individuals; and entrepreneurs, inventors, and creators. 

Pay it Forward

Every day, Do Space works with hundreds of Omahans to help them achieve their technology education goals. With help from the community, Do Space hopes to host over 700 free programs and events this year, welcoming 15,000 new members to the space. A decade from now, thanks to supporters, the organization is confident that its young members will enter the workforce with a passion for technology. Help make Omaha future-ready with a gift today.

Do Space

7205 Dodge St. Omaha, NE 68114 402-819-4022

The Big Give was published in the September/October 2018 edition of Omaha Magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.

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