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 $1,500 Sustain their mission to recruit, train and support CASA volunteers who provide advocacy for children under court protection in Marinette County
Communities That Care $1,500 Coordinate community-based prevention efforts specifically with substance abuse and mental health, and to purchase the necessary materials for the materials or fees associated with the online trainings for mental health awareness
Crivitz Food Pantry $1,500 Purchase more food products to be handed out to families and individuals that are in need
DAR Boys & Girls Club $1,500 Help offset the extra costs of more staff needed to keep doors open during the pandemic. 
Dementia Friendly Community Coalition $500 Purchase equipment for virtual training programs to educate hundreds of staff and employees about dementia
Great Start Collaborative $1,500 Continuously provide enrolled children (ages 0-5) free books mailed directly to their home (Menominee County)
Haven of Hope $1,500 Provide basic utility expenses for the homeless shelter
Healthy Youth Coalition $1,500 Continuously provide enrolled children (ages 0-5) free books mailed directly to their home (Marinette County) and provide messaging for the youth members in a variety of ways
Hillside North Assembly of God Community Food Pantry $1,278  Enclose a walkway from the building to the parking lot to allow protection from weather conditions and a safe place for volunteers to stand in the parking lot waiting for client vehicles to stop by
Marinette County Elderly Services $500 Continuously provide meals for seniors in Marinette County
NEWCAP, Inc. $1,500 Shelter homeless individuals/families that are currently homeless without alternate housing options available and provide vouchers to those unsheltered of Oconto and Marinette Counties
Oconto Area Child Care $1,500 Provide extra sanitizing measures to their center and help pay the extra teacher and the high school tutors that we had to bring on to help these 26 children complete their daily virtual learning
Pastor Fred's Food Pantry $1,500 Provide milk, eggs, canned vegetables, mac and cheese, and possibly fresh fruit and vegetables, to clients each visit to improve the basic nutritional needs for families
Rainbow House $1,500 Provide emergency resources to victims of domestic violence and purchase personal protective equipment, cleaning supplies, and other client emergency needs
Salvation Army $500 Supply clients with paper products and personal care items
St. Joseph Conference $1,500 Provide basic needs to individuals, including emergency shelter, rent, water, electric and heat or fuel
St. Vincent de Paul - Store $1,500 Purchase both an industrial-sized scale due to the increased amount of food distributed to those in need, and new tires for their pantry box truck to continue serving those in need
U.P. Foster Closet of Menominee County $500 Provide children in foster care with brand new sets of footwear to call their own