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

“Smart Girls” program support

Boys & Girls Club of Fond du Lac received $2,000 for “SMART Girls” for girls aged 11-16. It develops positive values and character traits needed to become responsible women.    

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Promoting Healthy Decisions & Creating Empowering Stories

$2,640 went to Pillar & Vine to support “Promoting Health Decisions and Creating Empowering Stories”, a new program for children in foster care. This group works to enhance positive change in […]

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“Parent Life” program support

Badgerland Youth for Christ received $2,800 for “Parent Life”, equipping teen parents to become responsible, successful adults, including completing their educations.

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(New) “Women Homeowner’s Education” program

Support for a new Habitat for Humanity “Women Homeowner’s Education” program, teaching women to be successful homeowners.

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“Student Emergency Fund” ongoing support

A $3,000 grant went to Moraine Park Technical College, for its Student Emergency Fund for Fond du Lac County women at risk of dropping out of college due to unforeseen financial emergencies.

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Girls on the Run expansion into all middle & elementary schools

Girls on the Run, a Fond du Lac School District program weaving training for a 5K run with a 12-week curriculum to inspire self-respect and healthy lifestyles, received a $3,170 grant […]

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Emergency Financial Assistance + Life after Abuse & Trauma

Solutions Center’s “Empowering Women and Girls of Fond du Lac: Life after Abuse and Trauma” was awarded $6,400. This collaborative effort with Agnesian Domestic Violence Services provides emergency financial assistance for women […]

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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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