Community Based Strategies



As an organization Brown County United Way is focused on the areas of Education, Health, Self-Sufficiency, and Community Connectivity – the building blocks for a good life.  As part of this work, United Way is a driving force of support behind several vital community change strategies:
  • The Community Partnership for Children (CPC)


    A prenatal to age five initiative launched in 2005 that involves more than 40 organizations working collaboratively to ensure our children are safe, healthy, and ready for kindergarten. The CPC is viewed as a state model, and as such, United Way has mentored several other communities to form similar partnerships.


  • The Brown County Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect

    The Brown County Child Abuse & Neglect (CAN) Initiative is coordinated by Brown County United Way and Brown County Human Services. The initiative’s goal is that all children and youth in our community will live and thrive in safe, nurturing environments. The initiative’s objectives are to decrease, and ultimately prevent, child maltreatment over the long term in Brown County through the coordinated deployment of effective prevention, intervention and remediation strategies, supported by a skilled and knowledgeable network of human service professionals, families and the community at large. Click here to read the Community Plan and see what’s in store.

    Three action teams are currently working on these strategies: Systems Development, Family Engagement and Community Trainings & Tools.
  • Achieve Brown County


    This collaborative effort catalyzed by United Way, Greater Green Bay Chamber, and Greater Green Bay Community Foundation now involves multiple community supporters committed to developing a cradle-to-career infrastructure in Brown County. 
We welcome involvement from all corners of the community. Click here to fill out a volunteer application.
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