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The United Way of Sheboygan County (UW of SC) is a not-for-profit organization that conducts a county-wide fund raising campaign once-a-year to provide money for programs run by local health and human services agencies to address the greatest needs within our community. Read our Frequently Asked Questions page to to learn more about our United Way. View list of our partner agencies.
2013 Needs Assessment in Sheboygan County
In January 2013, United Way of Sheboygan County staff members began researching current trends and needs in our community. The areas of focus included public safety, education, healthcare, the elderly, children and families, housing, economic development, employment, income and poverty. Results were compiled and are available here: Community Needs Assessment Research.
Times are tough. Learn more about resources for the unemployed and underemployed, help with finances and keeping your job skills up-to-date with a weekly job networking group.
Who We Are
Presided over by a volunteer board of directors, the United Way brings people together to focus on human needs. By focusing on the most critical local needs in Sheboygan County, the United Way will move beyond the surface of community problems to tackle the underlying causes of these issues, making a greater impact on our communities. Our continued partnerships with organizations offer programs that best address these most urgent issues.
United Way raises funds annually which support programs provided by United Way affiliated agencies. These programs serve those in need throughout Sheboygan County and are evaluated semi-annually and annually to measure their effectiveness in the community.
For more information on our programs and services, please call the United Way of Sheboygan County Office at (920) 458-3425.