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CSS Outreach Offices

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 tolsen@cssisus.org 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 bsullivan@cssisus.org 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.

Volunteer

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

Our latest Patron newsletter shares stories of HOPE IN GOOD LIFE from all across southern Nebraska!

by Katie Patrick

As a nonprofit organization, it can be tempting to gauge our success solely by quantitative measures—how many diapers are distributed, how much rental assistance given, how many pounds of food provided—especially given the requirements of our funders and grants.

However, at CSS, we strive to balance these metrics with a commitment to quality over quantity, ensuring that each individual we serve receives the attention and care he or she deserves.

On a recent Spirit Catholic Mornings appearance, CSS Immigration Legal Services team member Bradley Brestel shared his journey to the Catholic faith.

In June, my family traveled to Stromsburg to attend the Swedish Midsommer Festival, a tradition that started the first summer Ryan and I met. While Ryan and I both have Swedish roots, Stromsburg is where my husband grew up and spent his middle school and high school years so it’s a particularly meaningful trip back home for him. We look forward to this festival each summer: a celebration of heritage, yes, but it’s also Ryan’s chance to share his past with our daughters.

Several local businesses have come together to present a used vehicle, along with the money they raised, to a family who recently endured the heartbreaking loss of their unborn child following an auto accident that also totaled their car. CSS teamed up with a group called BNI to provide this hope on wheels. In this episode, Kendall Warnock of A1 Automotive and Todd Speidell of Eustis Body Shop shares how fulfilling it is to bring this Hope in the Good Life.


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