Are you ready to dive into the tech-world, or just want to keep up with family and friends? We are hosting a small group workshop, beginner level, that will introduce participants to the use of technology through the use of an iPad. iPad’s provided or bring your own!. Classes held at Ashwaubenon Community Center, 900 Anderson Dr.
The events involving the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery have once again made us painfully aware of the divisions and inequities which undermine the well-being of our community and communities across our nation.
GREEN BAY – Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Kenny Clark will host a virtual get-together next month with a contributor to United Way’s emergency fund for COVID-19 relief.
We are so excited to be a part of the Educup Challenge with EVERFI, the NFL, and the Green Bay Packers.
Here is some more testing center information for those who live and work in Brown County.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Six local nonprofit organizations have received over $40,000 in grants from Brown County United Way.
On this week’s episode, we continue our conversation on the impact of volunteers. Joining Robyn and Miranda around the table are Tom Vandenberg and Dianne Wilson, members of Brown County United Way’s Retire United volunteer group.
Join Robyn, Jill and Miranda as they discuss the power of volunteering with both passion and purpose
We invite listeners to join us today, as take a journey back in time to the the early years of Brown County United Way and the more than 90-year evolution of our local United Way. Joining our discussion today is Sarah Inman, Vice President of Community Investment and Tom Schoffelman, Vice President of Resource Development and Communication.
Welcome to our first podcast of Coffee Talk with Robyn Davis! On today’s podcast we invite our first guests and podcast creators, Jill Sobieck and Miranda Knudson to discuss the importance of launching this conversation tool and how this fits into the mission of Brown County United Way.