SHEBOYGAN ZOOM PARENT CAFÉS
Come together virtually to talk, listen and support other parents who have similar successes and challenges.
Sign up NOW for the upcoming Fall 2020 Sheboygan Parent Cafes. Your home via Zoom 6:00-7:30 PM. The first 10 people who register and attend will receive a $10 gift card!
For more information, contact Terri Schultze, 920-457-1999 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you looking for a Job? Please see the opportunity the Sheboygan County Job Center is offering with this Drive Thru Job Fair on September 17th!
DAIRY DISTRIBUTION DAY — SHEBOYGAN CO / FOND DU LAC CO
Thursday, July 30 at 11:00 AM
Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds
520 Fond Du Lac Ave, Fond du Lac, WI 54935
This Thursday, July 30, there will be a free Dairy Distribution Day held at the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds at 11:00 AM. Each family will receive milk, French onion dip, sour cream, cream cheese, and cottage cheese. Sheboygan County residents are welcome.
Find more information and the dairy products you will receive here: https://bit.ly/3jsimYx
Food provided by a USDA program with the assistance of area vendors and organizations.
2020-2022 Lakeshore CAP
Community Needs Assessment
This assessment covers the counties of Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. The qualities assessed are the conditions affecting the low-income population in the four-county area. The information used in the report is gleaned from surveys of low income participants including the elderly, pregnant adolescents, minority populations, the homeless, and single parent households. The details of the data collection address the requirements of the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) statutes and provide an opportunity for both the impoverished and civic leaders to participate. It can be found here and also on our Who We Are web page. Click either link below to read, download or print the statistics, comments and conclusions:
The survey was distributed throughout the months of June and July 2019. Surveys were made available at Lakeshore CAP’s facilities for completion during intake, online and through agencies such as Catholic Charities, WIC program offices, local health departments, food pantries, domestic violence agencies, homeless shelters, mental health support services and other partner locations throughout the four counties. Low income survey respondents totaled 202 and stakeholder respondents totaled 112.