Mission Possible with Robyn Davis president and CEO of Brown County United Way highlights the work that Brown County United Way does to unite people, ideas and resources to create community solutions that strengthen every person and every community in Brown County
Robyn Davis, President and CEO of Brown County United Way speaks with Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich. They talk about the most recent public/private partnership that has been launched by the city of Green Bay. In a partnership between United Way Brown County, The City of Green Bay and Mosaic Development 43 new affordable apartment homes will be going in on the 1100 block of East Walnut Street.
Robyn Davis talks about creating culturally responsive childcare for our community.
She is joined by Sarah Inman of Brown County United Way and Said Hassan, former Somalian refuge, and Executive Director of COMSA.
Robyn Davis is joined by Carissa Frank, Chief Philanthropy Officer at Brown County United Way. They speak about
Brown County United Way’s annual drive called “Blanketing Brown County” in which they collect blankets and distribute them to area non-profits.
Robyn Davis speaks with Jill Sobieck, Impact Initiative and Outreach Strategist at Brown County United Way. They outline a new grant opportunity for the community through Brown County United Way. Neighborhood Partnership Grants are a one year short term grant for local non profits to apply for to be able to bring new activities or programs to our neighborhoods.
Robyn Davis, President and CEO of Brown County United Way, speaks with Holly Ladwig about their 211 program. 211 is an information and referral service program available for anyone to call, text or email.