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2022 December eNewsletter

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Improving Lives & Community Conditions

Join us at Harvest for the Hungry (Tuesday, December 6), read how we are more than fundraisers, we are change makers, and give the gift of Hope in Action this holiday season!

Staff Blog: Modern United Way and Services to the Nonprofit Sector

UWSC believes a flourishing nonprofit sector working collaboratively helps meet our mission and leverages donor dollars to go further. UWSC supports the nonprofit sector through fiscal investments, professional development, and networking opportunities.

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2022 Harvest for the Hungry

When: Tuesday, December 6th, 2022 | 12 P.M. to 6 P.M.
New Location: The Grand Hall of the Great Lakes at The American Club

As food insecurity continues, you can play an active part in the solution. Each year, the hospitality team at Kohler hosts this spectacular event - and this year we are back in person! Enjoy a delicious brunch menu from the Chefs of Kohler while uniting to raise dollars and awareness for food initiatives and programs United Way invests in.

Click here to learn more and purchase tickets in advance.

2022-2023 Campaign Video

It is easy to get stuck in the rush of end-of-the-year work projects, preparing for gatherings, and gift giving. We invite you to pause and think about the amazing work being done in our community. Please help us lift the nonprofit sector and meet our mission to improve lives and community conditions by giving to United Way of Sheboygan County today:

Watch our campaign video and learn how your community-owned and data-driven United Way is making a difference!

Voices of Sheboygan County

"This United Way is United Way 2-point-O. (They are) a partner, a friend, someone we can bounce ideas off or if we need help we call them."

- Liz Krohl, Senior Director of Programs and Community Impact at Sheboygan County Food Bank speaking on the modern United Way of Sheboygan County.