Auction for InCourage!

Auction for InCourage!


Save the date! Online AUCTION for InCourage is Aug 18 to Aug 20th.  Check out the items at  or You will be wowed by all the different items we have. Parasailing, kayaking, catering gift cards, and sleeping in a caboose are just a few.

We are hoping that this auction will supplement the loss of not having the Domestic Chef event because of the pandemic. Please share this link with your friends so they can participate. If you have any questions, please reach out to us.


Thanks for your support in our cause of providing crisis intervention, shelter and supportive services to survivors of abuse. We cannot do this without the support of you and our community.

300 E. Reed Avenue  •   Manitowoc, WI  54220  •  920-684-4661  •

In Courage Urgent Needs List

Donate Needed Items to In Courage

Please donate urgently needed items to In Courage, supporting victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Manitowoc County.

To the list, add Cold Medicine and Cough Drops. We also accept used cell phones in any condition (no charger necessary).

In Courage is located at 300 East Reed Avenue, Manitowoc, WI  54420

920-684-4661 — 24 Hr Crisis Line: 920-684-5770


About In Courage

The Manitowoc County Domestic Violence Center (D.B.A In Courage) is a non-profit organization providing supportive responses to people in the Manitowoc County area who are experiencing violence in their lives. Abuse is neither justified nor acceptable under any circumstances.

Abuse can take on many forms including: Physical, Verbal, Sexual and Emotional. Abuse is not simply physical harm. It is any pattern of controlling behavior. For many survivors, abuse can have a long lasting effect that can be damaging and devastating if left untreated. Realizing that domestic violence has been a way of life for many families for a long time, we seek to break the cycle of family destruction. For that reason, we dedicated our agency to the belief that ”No one deserves to be abused.”

In Courage Crisis Line, Shelter, Support

In support of our belief, we offer a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week crisis line (920-684-5770), a shelter home for women and their children; supportive counseling services; support groups; financial, legal, and medical advocacy; community education programs; child care; emergency transportation; follow-up services.

One of our most important services is to provide support in a warm, friendly, non-judgmental atmosphere. Each person has the right to decide their next step. Therefore, we provide information and options for people to make their own decisions.