ABOUT FOOD TRUCK WORLD TOUR
Join us for delicious food, music, and entertainment to support ILC’s work empowering immigrants to live with confidence and free from fear! Come on down to Stinson Park in Aksarben Village and support our mission while sampling delicious food from Omaha’s favorite food trucks!
Karen and Taylor Borchert along with Dusty and Marlina Davidson are joining us this year as our Event Committee Co-Chairs. We are honored to have their support.
Proceeds from Food Truck World Tour help us continue our working providing critical immigration legal services, advocacy, education for low-income immigrant families in Nebraska and Southwest Iowa.
Click the images below to learn about how your support empowers immigrants to live and work with confidence and free fear.
Former Omaha Central High School Principals
Dr. Gary L. Thompson, 1995–2002
Jerry F. Bexten, 2002-2006
Gregory Emmel, 2006-2010
Dr. Keith Bigsby, 2010-2013
Dr. Ed Bennett, 2013-2021
Karen & Taylor Borchert
Marlina & Dusty Davidson
Immigrant Legal Center depends on the proceeds from Food Truck World Tour to continue our work providing critical immigration legal services, advocacy, and education for low-income immigrant families in Nebraska and Southwest Iowa. Thank you for your support!
We are so excited you are joining us for Food Truck World Tour on Sunday, September 26 at Stinson Park at Aksarben Village! Click the button below for event details.
If you have any questions, please contact Kylynn Wagner at email@example.com
Stinson Park at Aksarben Village
2285 S 67th St
Omaha, NE 68106
Maria Bonita is a family and immigrant owned food truck serving authentic home cooked Mexican dishes.
Named after Pao, the late family patriarch and refugee from Vietnam, Pao2Go is a family owned and operated food truck serving family favorites.
eCreamery makes custom churned ice cream for every palate. Get ILC's signature flavor Everybody Speaks Ice Cream, a sea salt caramel ice cream with peanut butter swirls and brownie bites at the Food Truck World Tour!
Wonton Jon's offers up a unique and modern twist to the traditional wonton.
El Arepón Venezuelan Food offers the best, most unique, and authentic Venezuelan food in town.
A Taste of New Orleans is the go to spot for authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine in Omaha.
La Casa opened in June 1953 and ran out of food halfway through their first night! They continue to operate in their original location serving up their famous Neapolitan-style pizza.
Omaha Steaks and A Taste of Heaven Food Truck are partnering up for a unique and creative dining experience at Food Truck World Tour!
Started by a father and son duo who immigrated from Riga, Latvia to escape religious persecution, Omaha Steaks began as a small-scale butcher shop in Omaha. With over 100 years in the Heartland, Omaha Steaks remains one of the world's most esteemed meat purveyors. A Taste of Heaven Food Truck offers a contemporary and casual dining experience to customers on the go. During the pandemic they delivered free hot meals to over 200 kids in food-insecure neighborhoods.
Take a journey to Africa with Chaima's African Cuisine and their traditional African cuisine and unique African twists on American classics. From their savor curry rices to their plantains, there is something for everyone.
Linh Quang dance troupe will perform a traditional Chinese lion dance, where performers mimic a lion's movement to bring good luck and fortune.
Dowds Irish Dance Academy dancers specialize in Irish step dancing.
Omaha Pipes and Drums have been thrilling audiences with their repertoire of traditional Scottish & Irish music since 1970!
Karen Culture Organization of Omaha Don Dance Team will perform traditional Karen dances.
Mariachi Rey Azteca will entertain guests with a variety traditonal mariachi songs that celebrate the joys, struggles, and triumphs of the Mexican people.
Thank you for your support!
By supporting Food Truck World Tour, you are empowering immigrants to live and work with confidence and free from fear! You are supporting the most vulnerable persons in our community—victims of domestic abuse, children who are abused or abandoned and persons who have fled persecution in their own countries. Your support allows our staff to help keep immigrant families together, to help them gain legal status and earn their rights under our laws to work and contribute to our community.
To make an even bigger impact, spread the word! Tell your community why you support Immigrant Legal Center by sending an email or sharing your support on social media!