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Imperial Outreach Office

CSS Imperial Thrift Store (St. Isidore Gift & Thrift)

Imperial Programs

Family Support Services

Serving Chase, Dundy, Frontier, Hays, Hitchcock, Lincoln, Perkins, and Red Willow counties

Please contact Family Support Services Coordinator Tonya Olsen at 308.882.3065 or to learn more.

Food Pantry

Food assistance is available for those in need. To request help, or for more information, contact Bill Sullivan, Imperial Regional Manager at 402.327.6298 or to learn more.

Immigration Legal Services

Catholic Social Services of Southern Nebraska is certified by the Department of Justice to practice immigration law as authorized representatives. Forms include:

  • Permanent Residency
  • Naturalization
  • DACA

and more. Spanish interpretation is available upon request. To speak with our Immigration Legal Services Program, please call 402.327.6244

Support CSS Imperial

Donate Items

Please call our store (308.882.3065) for our current donation guidelines.

Donate Money

Your gifts, both large and small, will help us bring Hope in the Good Life to those we help together in the 8-county area served by our outreach office. Click here to donate online.


Our Imperial outreach office and thrift store offers many opportunities for individuals, families, and parish communities to serve those in need. Ultimately, we are about service to one another: the disabled, the aged, the newcomer, and the poor among us.

Join us! To get started, please fill out our simple online volunteer application.

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The latest CSS Imperial News

"Unwavering service to others" defines both St. Padre Pio and our loyal CSS volunteers. Learn more about both in our April newsletter.

by Katie Patrick

Remember that time you were in a pinch and the Lord answered your prayers? He does that often, doesn’t He? We plan and prepare, then something goes wrong and we worry, and feel anxious. Maybe we hurriedly whisper a few prayers out of concern for the situation at hand, but then He shows up and everything just falls into place.

by Katie Patrick

At the Heart of the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy is the simple message of Divine Mercy: “God loves us – all of us. And, He wants us to recognize that His mercy is greater than our sins, so that we will call upon Him with trust, receive His mercy, and let it flow through us to others. Thus, all will come to share His joy.”

At Catholic Social Services, we embrace our clients in their most vulnerable moments.

Whenever you put an ‘e’ in front of something, it usually means ‘electronic.’ When it comes to Catholic Social Services of Southern Nebraska (CSS) and our e-commerce offerings, the ‘e’ could also mean evangelize, extra, and environmental. CSS Director of E-commerce Mario Racicot talks about how his work fits in with the CSS core value of Sustainability.

by Katie Patrick

It seems like just yesterday that I sat down to write my Messages of Hope article about the arrival of my twin daughters, Keira and Saoirse, yet here I am again writing to share with you the birth of another daughter, Nora Colette.

Nora was born on Saturday, Jan. 20. Spending slightly fewer days in the NICU than her older sisters had to a couple of years ago meant that we were soon home cuddling. For weeks, I was able to rest and be present with her and her big sisters while the entire team at Catholic Social Services kept the agency running – at full speed.

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