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
United Way Manitowoc County
21 Week Equity Challenge
In partnership with their state association, United Way Manitowoc County invites you to participate in their 21 Week Equity Challenge – an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how inequity and racism affect our lives and communities.
We know that when we Live United, we must Live United for everyone.
We’re grateful for those who have led the way in their communities, not just to acknowledge the inequities and injustices, but to do the work and commit to active anti-racism. The 21 Week Equity Challenge is just one step toward personal and community growth. Please, join us.
Where do I Start?
You can sign up for the challenge by visiting www.unitedwaywi.org/equity. Beginning February 1, participants will receive a weekly email intended to help explore, develop deeper interpersonal understandings, build a stronger awareness of current systems, and learn about opportunities to take action. The 21 Week Equity Challenge is an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how inequity and racism affect our lives and communities.
- Participants will receive an email at the beginning of each week starting Monday, February 1st through Monday, June 21st.
- Weekly topics take participants through a journey that starts with understanding internalized racism and explores how racism permeates person-to-person interactions, institutions and social structures.
- The experience is intended to deepen understanding, suggest ways to take action, and help launch what we hope will be a lifelong commitment to improving equity and inclusion in our communities.
Individuals are encouraged to take on the challenge themselves, or form groups for discussion and reflection.
See more information by following the link to the Equity Challenge website and Sign-Up.
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