CELEBRATING ANOTHER BEGINNING
This month marks the end of our 'United We Rise' Campaign and the beginning of the new 'Hope in Action' Campaign. Follow the stories below to learn more!
United Way of Sheboygan County (UWSC) closes their 2021-2022 fiscal year with much to celebrate, including raising and investing over $2.1 million dollars into local programs, services, and initiatives for the 2022-2023 investment cycle.
United Way plays a crucial role in our community to create collaborative and innovative approaches to solving complex social issues. Working together, we create systemic change. Generous donors, corporate partners, small businesses, foundations, and individuals contributed to our community-owned and data-driven modern United Way, raising more than $2.1 million dollars to be invested back into Sheboygan County to improve lives and community conditions!
Our children are our community’s most valuable resource, and the Community Partnership for Children (CPC) works to ensure that all Sheboygan County children are safe, healthy and prepared to grow, learn and achieve.
This month, United Way of Sheboygan County (UWSC) is proud to bring attention to mental health and help reduce the stigma that impacts so many in our community by honoring Mental Health Awareness Month.
April is National Volunteer Month! A month to recognize community volunteers and inspire more people to join them in selflessly serving our community.
When I think about all the different aspects of my work in the world of impact, March marks the most exciting time: the Community Action Team (CAT) develops United Way’s annual investment recommendation – a culmination of a year’s worth of work.