Join us for a Free Continental Breakfast after the Sheboygan Point in Time Count. Come and talk about your needs or struggles in finding and maintaining housing. See flyer for details!
- Thursday, Jan 23, 2020
- 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
- Mead Public Library, Loft Room (3rd Floor)
Free Haircuts — Care Packages — Housing Services
2020 LAKESHORE CAP 0.5K “RACE!”
Watch HERE for news on the 2020 “Race for the Rest of Us,” a fun run to benefit Lakeshore CAP’s programs throughout our communities!
ABOUT THE, UM, RACE
This, um, race may be the most grueling of your life. This tongue-in-cheek event is geared to the classic underachiever, who wants to participate in an, um, athletic competition and train for it by sleeping in late, eating donuts and drinking beer. We’ll celebrate ALL abilities and underachievers − and you’ll have bragging rights for participating in the punishing 546.8 yard/1640 feet event! PLUS, you’ll be raising money for a local cause!
Sponsor or Have Fun Volunteering at this Event!
We ARE accepting sponsors for the 2020 Lakeshore CAP 0.5k Race — AND fun volunteers for food, rest stops and cheerleading! Please contact Kate or Colleen at 920-682-3737.
. . . And follow this link to read about Lakeshore CAP and the programs you’ll be, um, “racing” for: https://lakeshorecap.org/
PLEASE LEND YOUR VOICE TO THIS IMPORTANT ISSUE!
Opportunity to Serve on the Lakeshore CoC Steering Committee
Lakeshore CAP is seeking individuals and agencies to help steer and direct funding for those who are homeless in our service area of Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan counties. Currently, there are approximately 60 homeless households waiting for Lakeshore CAP’s housing programs in these areas. The Lakeshore CoC (Continuum of Care) Program is designed to promote a community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness.
Continuum of Care is a Planning Process
The goal is to understand the size and scope of the problem of homelessness in a community and design effective strategies and solutions to address it. To carry out the purpose of the CoC Program, HUD requires representatives of relevant organizations (e.g., nonprofit organizations, victim services providers, local governments) to form a Continuum of Care to serve a certain geographic area. Specifically, we would like participation from:
- A current or former homeless individual
- Local government officials
- Law enforcement
- CDBG entitlement staff
- Affordable housing developers
- Local hospitals
- Interested community members
PLEASE JOIN US!
Lakeshore CoC Quarterly Meetings
The Lakeshore CoC will meet on a quarterly basis during the months of March, June, September, & December. All members share a common purpose to provide quality services in an effort to end homelessness!
If you are interested or have questions, please call Kate Markwardt, Lakeshore CAP, 920.682.3737