Marshfield Area United Way Announces 2023 Funding Allocations

MARSHFIELD, April 7, 2023— Thanks to the generosity of our donors and the success of our 2022 fundraising campaign, Marshfield Area United Way will invest over $600,000 in community programming over the next twelve months.

Of these funds, $525,000 will go to local health and human service organizations. Allocations to these programs were recently approved by United Way’s Board of Directors upon recommendations made by the Community Impact Committee. This committee is comprised of approximately twenty community volunteers formed into two review panels. These panels reviewed program applications and interviewed agencies requesting funding to measure effectiveness and efficiency of the program, and to ensure the program aligns within United Way’s focus in the areas of education, financial stability, and health.

2023 Funded Programs:

Big Brothers Big Sisters - $40,000
BSA Samoset Council - $5000
Chippewa Valley Boy Scouts - $3,000
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services - Family Resource Center - $36,500
Memory Lane Farm - $36,000
Pathway Partners - $10,000
Spencer Kids Group - $12,500
UWSP at Marshfield Full Steam Ahead - $7,000

Financial Stability
Child Caring Good Start Grants - $20,000
North Central Community Action Outreach Services $45,000
Soup or Socks $35,000

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services - Child & Family Counseling - $63,500
Home Delivered Meals and Scholarships- $44,000
Marshfield Area Respite Care Center - $32,000
Personal Development Center - $100,000
School District of Marshfield Mental Health Consortium - $15,500
United Way’s 2-1-1 Program - $20,000

Additionally United Way is investing more than $17,000 in Volunteer Center Projects. These projects include but are not limited to the Backpack and School Supply Drive, Reach Out and Read, and Right to Play for All. A $60,000 investment will also be made in the Nutrition on Weekends program.