Calling all high school girls and their trusted adults! Empower yourself and join the STRONGER TOGETHER event as six female community leaders provide a variety of mental health wellness tools to overcome everyday challenges.
Presented in part by the nonprofit, Prevent Suicide Fox Cities, the STRONGER TOGETHER mental health and wellness event will be held on Saturday May 1st from 9am until 12:30 p.m.
Registration ends on April 29th. The cost is $20 per person or $35 for two. To register or for more information visit preventsuicidefoxcities.org
Health, Education & Welfare, a local nonprofit, has about 200 brand new compression garments that have been donated by a very generous supporter, and these garments are in need of good homes (arms and legs) of people who need them. These garments are free to people in financial need.
Health, Education & Welfare is a nonprofit founded by Jennifer Edmondson. In 2011, Jennifer was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, and later developed Lymphedema. Aggressive cancer treatments, including surgeries, chemotherapy, and radiation resulted in great physical and emotional pain. She decided to use her pain and suffering to fuel her work in helping others. She founded Health, Education & Welfare in May 2018. We've now awarded over $4,000 in compression garments to Wisconsin Lymphedema survivors!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 920-213-2889 for more information.
Girls on The Run is a non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running. Trained coaches use physical activity and dynamic discussions to build social, emotional and physical skills in every girl while encouraging healthy habits for life.
Girls on the Run announces LUNAFEST a virtual short-film festival featuring films directed by and about women. This year's films celebrate the 20th anniversary of this incredible event and offer unique and important perspectives and feature incredible, empowering women.
LUNAFEST takes place on Friday, April 16th and can be streamed right from your home. This year's event will feature 4 films specially selected for Girls on the Run.
More information on Lunafest can be found at girlsontherunnew.org/upcoming-events
First Tee is a youth development organization that enables kids to build the strength of character that empowers them through a lifetime of new challenges. By seamlessly integrating the game of golf with a life skills curriculum, we create active learning experiences that build inner strength, self-confidence, and resilience that kids can carry to everything they do.
Are you crazy enough to play 100 holes of golf in one day? Here’s your chance! Registration is now open for this year’s 100 holes of Golf benefitting The First Tee! 100 holes of golf will be held on Monday, June 28 at South Hill Country club in Fond du Lac with tee off at 7am.
Learn more about First Tee and register for 100 holes of golf at firstteesoutheastwisconsin.org
Every 73 seconds someone in the United States is sexually assaulted, and every 9 minutes the victim is a child. Let’s Talk Teal is our campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April.
We are partnering with local businesses to raise awareness about sexual violence in our community and how YOU can help end it. Visit sacc-foxcities.org and our Facebook page for more information on how you can participate in our Let’s Talk Teal campaign.
The Center is a free, confidential resource available 24 hours/day, seven days/week. Call 920.733.8119 to speak with a trained advocate. Or, for more information online visit sacc-foxcities.org.
This National Volunteer Month, Fox Valley Literacy is giving a special shout out to all the amazing and dedicated tutors who volunteer their time to share the power of learning.
Literacy needs affect every single aspect of someone’s life. For over 30 years, Fox Valley Literacy volunteers have been transforming not just lives but generations, by helping motivated students achieve better, higher paying careers, access needed & preventative health care, and become more involved in their child’s success in school.
Fox Valley Literacy has students waiting for tutors, so if you are passionate about learning or helping others to make a better life, don’t wait to get involved! No teaching or foreign language background is required – just sign up to attend one of our upcoming new tutor trainings by visiting foxvalleylit.org or calling (920) 991-9840.
Nonprofit Leadership Initiative has a mission to provide Fox Valley nonprofits with opportunities for leadership development and learning to better achieve their missions.
The Non profit Leadership initiative would like to spotlight the Board Connect program. Board Connect is an online platform which allows local nonprofits to post their board and committee opportunities for free to a broad audience of interested community members. Employers also use the site to refer their staff interested in giving back to their community or volunteering.
There are currently 83 agencies and 63 open board or committee postings on Board Connect.
The need for nonprofit board, committee and task force members is ongoing.
To view open board or committee postings on the Board connect website go to www.npleadershipfv.org/boardconnect/
Girls on the Run of Northeast Wisconsin is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running. Girls on the Run provides 3 different social and emotional learning programs for girls in grades 3-8 that incorporate physical activity.
Girls on the Run announces their virtual fundraising campaign called "Help Activate Her Star Power.” The funds raised will go to ensuring that girls across northeast Wisconsin have a safe and encouraging program to turn to this fall. The fundraising campaign takes place now through October 11th online at girlsontherunNEW.org and on their Facebook page.
Harbor House provides programs and services to victims and survivors of domestic abuse in Outagamie and Calumet Counties. In addition to a 55-bed shelter that provides safe, temporary housing to women and children - men can receive housing as well- Harbor House offers one-on-one counseling, group support programs, legal advocacy, economic advocacy (financial literacy, assistance with gov't support programs) transportation programs and a 24/7 Helpline.
The Purple Porch Light Project is designed to raise awareness of Domestic Violence. October is recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. To show support for victims and survivors of Domestic Violence, Harbor House encourages residents of Outagamie and Calumet Counties to change porch lights or outdoor lighting to purple for the month of October. Businesses are welcome to participate as well and any business with a marquee or programmable sign is encouraged to display a supportive message such as; This is our Purple Porch Light. More information on The Purple Porch Light Project is available at harborhousewi.org/purpleporchproject/
Pillars provides support to individuals facing homelessness in the Fox Cities. From homelessness to coming home, Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community.
Pillars provides shelter to 135 individuals each night, and over 49,000 shelter nights each year. While individuals are in shelter they receive warm meals every day, individual case management, group counseling and support, showers, and laundry services.
Pillars is seeking individuals to assist during dinner service in multiple ways; 1) Provide & deliver ready-to-eat dinners to 45 individuals at either shelter 2) Provide, prepare, and serve dinner to 45 individuals at either shelter. 3) Serve dinner (without providing food) at either shelter.
Dinner is served Daily, from 5-8pm at Pillars Adult Shelter on College Avenue and from 4-7pm at Pillars Adult & Family Shelter both in Appleton
To Volunteer or assist during dinner service or to find out more email email@example.com or call 920.734.9192 ext.125
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