Keep an eye/ear out here for noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events within our community around the issues and trends impacting women & girls in our community, but also in our world.
The Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund is seeking a dynamic, engaging, forward-thinking Executive Director who is responsible for building collaborative community relationships that support the advancement of our agency’s Mission and Vision. The Executive Director must embody the Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund values of education, stewardship, integrity, equity-fairness, and collaboration.Read more
Human trafficking is a serious issue that affects people all over the nation, including right here in Wisconsin. According to recent reports, Wisconsin has seen a significant increase in human trafficking cases in recent years, including in Fond du Lac County.
Victims of human trafficking are often forced into sex work or other forms of labor against their will, with no means of escape. This traumatic experience can have lifelong effects on a person’s physical and mental health.Read more
Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund Green Dot facilitator to be honored is not a SHEro, but a HEro! Dr. Alan Patterson served on our Board of Directors and Community Education Committee when the idea of our Fond du Lac Says No More initiative was first devised.Read more
Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund group SHEro nomination: the team at SSM Health Greater Fond du Lac Domestic Violence Services. See what they shared regarding “why” this work is so important.Read more
Our next Green Dot SHEro, Severa Krueger, facilitates Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training at Marian University. The training meets the NCAA’s standards for educational training related to violence prevention for all student-athletes.Read more
Amy Bayer, supervisor of DV Services and Day Stabilization Services at SSM Health, is our next Green Dot SHEro.Read more
Thank you to Badger Liquor, our final Events Amplifier Community Partner for 2023.Read more
Our next Green Dot SHEro, Kimberly Blick, works to instill the ideas of bystander intervention in school-age children in the Fond du Lac School District.Read more
The entire Solutions Center Domestic Violence Services staff was nominated by Interim Executive Director Amy Bayer as a Green Dot SHEro Team.Read more
Our next Green Dot SHEro is Alexandria Berg, who works as a community health specialist at SSM Health.Read more