Community & Collaborations

Be Inspired to be a Part of the Green Dot Story

Bystander Intervention ProjectKicks Off Community-wide June 21In Quest to End Local Violence Stories Connect Us One thing I’ve learned over the course of my nearly five decades on this earth […]

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More Happenings

(New) IDD Education Project

The Arc Fond du Lac received a $5,000 check to help fund a project that will educate and raise awareness surrounding the prevalence of sexual assault and prevention efforts, as […]

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Youth & Young Adult Prevention Education

ASTOP provides prevention education to schools and colleges throughout Fond du Lac County. For older audiences, ASTOP’s Prevention Educator discusses ways for individuals or bystanders to intervene by showing a […]

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Parent Life – Pregnant & Parenting Teens Program

Parent Life, is an existing program for pregnant and parenting teens aged 13-19 living in Fond du Lac. The mission of Parent Life is to provide participants mentoring and community […]

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(New) Anger Management Program for Parents

Family Resource Center received $7,500 to support a new Anger Management Program for parents, some of whom have increased risk factors like being teen or single moms, in poverty or experiencing mental […]

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(New) “Getting Ahead” program

St. Vincent de Paul received $5,000 for an 18-week educational program, called “Getting Ahead“, that assists adults to move beyond the “Just Getting By World” of poverty. The program enables participants to […]

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(New) “Camp S.K.I.L.L.S” program

Pillar & Vine received $7,450 for a new program for children in foster care and the community, “Camp S.K.I.L.L.S (Supporting Kids in Learning Leadership-based Skills)”. The curriculum is designed to provide […]

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(NEW) “Life after Abuse and Trauma” program

A $7,000 grant went to Solutions Center to expand a program removing small financial barriers to safety and stability faced by victims of domestic violence and for a new program […]

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(New) Financial Literacy Addition to “Working Families” Program

Marian University received $7,000 to support a new financial literacy component of its Working Families Program, which serves low-income, working single parents pursuing higher education.

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