Consider a donation today to help our community get through the hardships brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here for the Sheboygan County COVID-19 Relief Fund.

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Sheboygan County COVID-19 Relief Fund

As our community copes with the unprecedented challenges presented by COVID-19, the Sheboygan County COVID-19 Relief Fund was launched to address the acute needs of community members disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of this outbreak.

Click here for the announcement of the partnership between Sheboygan Service Club and United Way of Sheboygan County

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If you are in a position to give, please consider making a donation today.

A message from Sheboygan Service Club President, Teresa McAlpine, and United Way Executive Director, Kate S. Baer:


Over the coming weeks and months, many of our most vulnerable neighbors will need the support and help of caring community members just like you. This fund supports the immediate needs of individuals and families experiencing food insecurity, loss of household income, lack of safe shelter, and/or loss of mental well-being.

We are asking anyone who can to step up and look out for the most vulnerable in our community.

ONLINE: uwofsc.rallyup.com/uwsc-covid19-relieffund
TEXT: 'COVID19-ReliefFund' to 855-202-2100 to receive a link
BY MAIL: United Way of Sheboygan County at 2020 Erie Avenue, Sheboygan, WI 53081

Volunteer in the Community

Volunteer Needs – Volunteer needs have changed due to social distancing practices. Click here to view the volunteer needs list and sign up. 

Wish List Items – We also have added a section to the Volunteer Center website for items that nonprofits need donated, such as masks and cleaning supplies. Click here to view that wish list.

If you have questions on how to share a volunteer opportunity through the volunteer center, email Lee Anne Raleigh at leeanne@uwofsc.org.

Other Resources

Ongoing United Way Staff Support for COVID-19

For immediate questions regarding COVID-19, contact our local public health department at 920-459-0321.

Click here to for specialized COVID-19 volunteer opportunities.