skip mobile navigation
Aa Aa Aa

Tag Archives

Tag: Catalpa Health

Mental health program focuses on birth to 5

Posted on Jun 11, 2018, by

Children not yet old enough even to go to school will be the beneficiaries of Catalpa Health’s latest mental health counseling program, supported by a $40,000 grant from the Community Foundation’s Bright Idea Fund. Six nonprofits received funding totaling $179,600 for  projects meant to protect children, foster volunteerism and improve our  quality of life. The […]

Catalpa and partners bring healing to Waupaca’s youth

Posted on Dec 20, 2017, by

Lindsay Fenlon of Big Brothers Big Sisters, Maren Peterson of NAMI and Lisa Kogan-Praska of Catalpa celebrate the ribbon-cutting. Watch it on the Waupaca Information Network. A boost to the mental health of Waupaca’s youth announced its arrival Tuesday with the grand opening of offices in the Waupaca Woods shopping center for the Appleton-based counseling […]

Poverty’s roots reach unexpected places

Posted on Aug 11, 2017, by

As the big tent comes down after U.S. Venture’s 32nd annual golf outing and dinner, we marvel at the power of the event to raise money to fight the root causes of poverty and consider the complex ways those roots are entwined throughout society. Wednesday’s U.S. Venture Open raised an incredible $3.96 million and attracted […]

Basic Needs grants top old record by $1 million

Posted on Jun 5, 2017, by

Teaching preschoolers kindness and developing a school-based mental health program in Neenah elementary schools are two of the more innovative approaches to addressing the root causes of poverty included among five grants totaling more than $1.2 million awarded this month by the Basic Needs Giving Partnership. The basic needs grants awarded this fiscal year total […]

New Bubolz is about kids and health

Posted on May 30, 2017, by

When a row of ceremonial shovels cut into the clay of the Center Swamp last Thursday morning, they were clearing the way for a new chapter in the 38-year-old Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve’s history. The bunker-like 1960s-era earth-sheltered building is gone. In its place an 18,000-square-foot, glass-encased center for nature education, energy independence, corporate and […]