COVID-19 Response

Thank you to our partners who have come together from philanthropy, government, and business to support our community through the COVID-19 Relief Fund!

Total Raised to Date: $25,975

$10,000 - $14,999

  • Tri-County United Way

$5,000 - $9,999

  • Flagstar Bank
  • Johnson Controls

$1,000 - $4,999

  • Associated Bank
  • Wisconsin Public Service Foundation

$500 - $999

  • Fincantieri Marinette Marine
  • Anonymous (1)

$100 - $499

  • Bruce Belonga
  • PRO-TEC Inspections, LLC
  • Anonymous (5)

$1 - $99

  • Kathy Jo Kostrova
  • Anonymous (3)

Fund Recipients

 Organization Name Amount    Purpose
Building Blocks Childcare Center $500 Assist parents, who are essential workers, with childcare needs 
Christian Food Pantry $500 Help to provide vouchers for fresh meat, milk, and produce that can be redeemed at two local grocery stores
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Brown County $500 Sustain their mission to recruit, train and support CASA volunteers who provide advocacy for children under court protection in Marinette County
Communities That Care $500 Coordinate community-based prevention efforts specifically with substance abuse and mental health
Crivitz Food Pantry $500 Purchase more food products to be handed out to families and individuals that are in need
Great Start Collaborative - Imagination $500 Continuously provide enrolled children (ages 0-5) free books mailed directly to their home (Menominee County)
Haven of Hope $500 Provide basic utility expenses for the homeless shelter
Healthy Youth Coalition $500 Continuously provide enrolled children (ages 0-5) free books mailed directly to their home (Marinette County)
Marinette County Elderly Services $500 Continuously provide meals for seniors in Marinette County
NEWCAP, Inc. $500 Shelter homeless individuals/families that are currently homeless without alternate housing options available
Oconto Area Child Care $500 Provide extra sanitizing measures to their center
Pastor Fred's Food Pantry $500 Provide milk and eggs to clients each visit to improve the basic nutritional needs for families
Rainbow House $500 Provide emergency resources to victims of domestic violence
Salvation Army $500 Supply clients with paper products and personal care items
St. Joseph Conference $500 Pay $50 for water assistance, $150 for rent assistance, or $150 for WPS assistance to help those in need
St. Vincent de Paul - Store $500 Purchase an industrial-sized scale due to the increased amount of food distributed to those in need