Can the United Way Win Big Too?

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This is a guest blog post written by Marketing Committee member, Molly Vandervest with the Green Bay Phoenix Athletics. Thanks Molly!

Last night I enjoyed taking in a big Packers victory over Seattle and watched the coverage today of tailgating and comradery. A little over a month ago, I sat in the stands at Lambeau Field as the Brown County United Way kicked off their 2015-16 Campaign at Family Night. I think having this announcement at Lambeau is quite fitting when ...

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BCUW to Kickoff 2015 Campaign with a Packers Tailgate

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This is a guest blog post written by Marketing Committee member, Molly Behnke at Baer Performance Marketing. Thanks Molly!

Every year the Brown County United Way (BCUW) seeks out an exciting way to kickoff the annual campaign. The goal of our event is to thank the BCUW volunteers and supporters while energizing the community to achieve big results during the new campaign season.
We are eager to announce we will be teaming up with Bellin Health to kickoff our ...

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2015 Spring Fest Connects Brown County Families with Community Resources

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This is a guest blog post written by Marketing Committee member, Molly Behnke at Baer Performance Marketing. Thanks Molly!

The Brown County United Way Emerging Leaders Society (ELS), in cooperation with Nicolet Elementary and sponsored by Ameriprise Home and Auto Insurance and Proctor & Gamble, hosted its 7th Annual Spring Fest at Nicolet Elementary in May.  The Emerging Leaders Society Advisory Council selects an elementary school each year to host the event based on the school’s free or ...

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Happy Birthday to the CPC!

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A quick shout out is in order to The Community Partnership for Children on celebrating 10 years of success in 2015!

The CPC is an initiative coordinated by the Brown County United Way, which has succeeded with the support of many organizations and community champions. As a result, numerous children and families have been strengthened.

To date, 12,638 Welcome Baby Visits have been completed, with 3,859 families identified at risk and 4,336 families/children receiving home visits and other parenting support services. Additional early ...

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United Way evolves into catalyst for community change

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United Way evolves into catalyst for community change

Lisa Jossart

My term as 2014 board chair of the Brown County United Way is coming to an end. I am honored to say I have been a part of this organization during a time of such positive transition. United Way has purposefully evolved from solely being a charitable fundraiser (“dollars in, dollars out”) ...
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