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.
Day of Caring is September 14
Take out your pen and mark your calendar for United Way of
Sheboygan County’s Day of Caring, which will take place on
Thursday, September 14thth. The annual event coincides with
the kickoff of the United Way Campaign and wraps up with
Taste Sheboygan in the evening. Whether you’re looking to
volunteer with your company or organization, family members
or friends, Day of Caring gives individuals and companies
the opportunity to truly put your hands to work and help
those in need in our community. Corporate sponsorship helps
to make the day possible.
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United Way Thriving Under New Leadership
This month the United Way of Sheboygan County Board of
Directors will hold its annual meeting and elect new Board
Members and Officers. The annual meeting also marks the end
of my tenure as Board President. I’m pleased to share the
organization is in very good hands, for Ms. Kristi
Jankowski, Senior Vice President of Innovation at Sargento
Foods has served as the Vice-President and is President
elect. In addition, Mr. Craig Yoder, Foodservice Product
Manager at Johnsonville Sausage, has agreed to join the
executive committee and serve as Vice-President, and Ms.
Gina Covelli, Community Relations Manager at Lakeland
University, and Mr. Tom Brickley, Vice President Commercial
Lending at Commerce State Bank, will remain as Secretary and
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Partner Agency Feature: Family Service Association
Every month, we feature a United Way Partner Agency,
demonstrating the impact that donations to United Way of
Sheboygan County are making. This month’s feature was
submitted by Wayne Griesbach, Executive Director of the
Family Service Assocation. Here’s their story:
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