How we live united in sheboygan county
United Way of Sheboygan County (UWofSC) identifies issues, develops partnerships, implements solutions, and measures results. Our goal is to create long-lasting changes by addressing the underlying causes of problems.
LIVE UNITED. It's a credo. A mission. A goal. A constant reminder that when we reach out a hand to one, we influence the condition of all. We build the strength of our neighborhoods. We bolster the health of our communities. And we change the lives of those who walk by us every day.
Volunteerism is just another way you can give back to the community.
Meet Fred. Fred loves Sheboygan County.
Grab your family and friends for the Sheboygan A’s
tomorrow, Wednesday, July 20 at 7:30 p.m. for the second
annual United Way Night! Call the United Way office at (920)
458-3425 or email
email@example.com[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] for free
tickets. If you’d like to take advantage of the $1 hot dog
promotion, bring a pantry or toiletry item for a coupon.
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Point in Time Homeless Count
It’s a rainy day in the city of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. You
are walking down 8th street with your black umbrella while
glancing in the windows of the shops as you pass by. What is
the first thing you notice about your surroundings? I’m
sure it isn’t the man sleeping under the tree in Fountain
Park or the woman pushing the shopping cart filled with
everything she owns down the street. The thing is, there are
countless people who are homeless in Wisconsin and the
numbers are increasing. Programs need to be developed to
help governmental services such as corrections, mental
health services, health care and workforce development help
these people get back on their feet since homeless adults
find it hard to successfully reintroduce themselves into
society. Let’s not forget that a majority of the homeless
are children as well.
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Sheboygan Should be Proud of What it’s Doing
As a mother of two boys, I am aware of age appropriate
developmental milestones for my children - thanks to support
systems such as my son’s pediatrician, family, friends,
community programs and last but not least, modern
technology. I am able to download apps on my phone that
update me on what my children should be doing at their
current age levels, and what activities I can do with them
that encourage their development.
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