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Our All In The Family Team

Dedication. Expertise. Passion.

All In The Family Mentoring & Support Services knows that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives. Back in September of 2021, our Non-Profit Organization realized that by working together we could overcome our challenges much more efficiently, and that is why we ultimately decided to launch All In The Family Mentoring.

Our Non profit Organization was started by three longtime friends who are more like family (Hence the name All In The Family).  All individuals were self - employed business owners in the Trade and Service Industry which had been recently hit hard by the effects of COVID 19. We determined in a chance meeting that we wanted to help Underpriveledged Youth and future Entrepreneurs interested in the Trade and Service Industries to help replenish the Economy and promote financial literacy and independence. Although our main focus is on the North Omaha Community we extend partnerships and will offer mentoring and services to others in surrounding communities as well. 

Unfortunately our family was once again hit by the effects of COVID 19 by the untimely and devastating loss of our organizations Vice President  Terry Blakey in December of 2021. To all that will not be able to meet this amazing mentor just know that he was the driving force behind All In The Family Mentoring & Support Services. To those who knew him he will be greatly loved and missed. Thank You "T" for everything. We will continue your mission.

Terry Blakey

(1968 - 2021)

In Loving Memory of Our Former VP and a Founding Member of All In The Family Mentoring & Support Services.

Our Mission

Our Mission

Our Organization promotes careers, entrepreneurship and economic stability for individuals in the personal service and trade industries.

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