skip mobile navigation
Aa Aa Aa

Monthly Archives

August 2018

KNOWing Protects Children from abuse

The Sexual Assault Crisis Center-Fox Cities is teaching adults to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse through its three-year initiative, KNOW More to Protect Children. The program uses the only primary prevention program for adults, Darkness to Light-Stewards of Children. The curriculum encourages every community to achieve what author Malcolm Gladwell calls […]

Say ‘Terve!’ to our new team member

Hi everyone! My name is Iida (pronounced Eee-da) Berg and am thrilled to be a part of the Community Foundation team as an administrative associate, supporting multiple areas of the Foundation. I have a diverse professional background from working with international visa processes to managing lifeguards at a waterpark in Wisconsin Dells, to my previous position […]

U.S. Venture Open Adds $4.13 Million to Fight Poverty

The annual U.S. Venture Open — the nation’s single largest one-day charitable event dedicated to ending poverty — raised a record $4.13 million for the Basic Needs Giving Partnership on Aug. 8. An Olympic-gold cheer goes out to U.S. Venture and the many volunteers, sponsors and golfers. The Basic Needs Giving Partnership is supported by the […]

History Museum working at “Bridging the GAP”

Posted on Aug 7, 2018, by

By Dustin J. Mack Chief Curator, History Museum at the Castle The History Museum at the Castle has designed a three-month exhibit to explore growing divisions in our society and we’ve called it, Bridging the GAP Years, 1969-2019. Over the past 50 years, political polarization, wealth inequality and feelings of social isolation have increased while […]