2021 Sheboygan County Warming Center is Open!
We have worked hard to prepare for the Warming Center to open it’s doors on January 4th. Please take note of the changes this year. The Warming Center will be open January and February, Monday-Thursday, from 7 PM until 7:30 AM. 828 New Jersey Ave (St. Cyril Methodius Catholic Church Hall). Follow us at:
Guests arrive between 7:00pm and 7:45pm. After that they may only gain admittance with a police referral. Guests leaving after 7:45pm. may not re-enter. Guest limit of 20 due Covid-19 concerns. More information at: Warming Center Website
We do not have enough volunteers this year to be open 7 days a week. If you can, please VOLUNTEER! The Center also needs supplies that are listed on our Facebook page.
If you are facing homelessness in Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Door or Kewaunee County, click here: Lakeshore CAP’s Supportive Housing Program
2021 Sheboygan County Warming Center Needs VOLUNTEERS!
Please see this PDF document for information on the potential for a Warming Center in January and February 2021. Volunteers needed! Click on link to lend your support!
We are also in need of supplies. More information at: Warming Center Facebook and Warming Center Website
Your support and contributions will enable us to help provide shelter for our homeless community during the coldest winter months. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Please send your gifts (Check by mail) payable to:Sheboygan County Warming Center, 1248 Lincoln Avenue, Sheboygan, WI 53081. Thank you for your support of this important community mission.
If you are facing homelessness in Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Door or Kewaunee County, click on Lakeshore CAP’s Supportive Housing Program
VOLUNTEER NOW FOR THE SALVATION ARMY’S RED KETTLE BELL RINGERS!
It began 11/6/20. Have you reserved your shifts to ring bells at the Red Kettles and help to #RescueChristmas
? There are many open shifts and we cannot do it without YOU! Go to registertoring.com
or call 920-684-7117.
Exciting Safe Options to Donate!
How Are Red Kettle Funds Used?
The Red Kettle Campaign, the oldest annual charitable fundraiser of its kind in the United States, helps raise money for those who need it most in communities nationwide – providing toys for kids, coats for the homeless, food for the hungry and countless social service programs year-round.
Read Captain McFee’s inspiring story here: https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/red-kettle-history/.
His kettle idea launched a tradition that has spread not only throughout the United States, but all across the world. Kettles are now used in such distant lands as Korea, Japan, Chile and many European countries. Everywhere, public contributions to Salvation Army kettles enable the organization to continue its year-round efforts at helping those who would otherwise be forgotten.