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  • Grant Funds Available For Jackson County
    February 16, 2015—Marshfield Area United Way is currently accepting grant applications for services in Jackson County. Six-thousand dollars in grant funds are available for distribution. The deadline for submitting grant proposals is Friday, March 13, 2015. (02/16/15)
  • Marshfield Area United Way Surpasses Community Campaign Goal
    MARSHFIELD— Wednesday night, the conclusion of the 2014 Marshfield Area United Way Campaign was celebrated at Hotel Marshfield. Campaign Drive Chairs, Brian and Beth Kief, happily announced that the $830,000 community goal was met with the campaign total coming in at $833,136. The celebration also recognized numerous businesses and individuals whose contributions to this year’s United Way campaign played a pivotal role in its success. (02/12/15)
  • 2-1-1 Day Proclaimed in the City of Marshfield
    MARSHFIELD, WI—Wednesday, February 04, 2015—Mayor Chris Meyer has officially proclaimed February 11, 2015, “2-1-1 Day” in the city of Marshfield. The proclamation will help bring awareness to United Way’s 2-1-1 program. 2-1-1 is a free, confidential, easy to remember phone number that connects people to essential community resources, such as: housing matters, food pantries, senior services, volunteer opportunities, and much, much more. You can also search online for community resources on United Way’s 2-1-1 website, www.getconnectect.org. (02/11/15)
  • Free Tax Preparation Assistance Available
    Marshfield, WI – December 30, 2014 — Are you in need of assistance with preparing your State and Federal Income Taxes and/or your Homestead Credit? Free tax preparation assistance will be available starting this February to individuals with a gross annual income under $58,000, with special attention to those sixty and older. The tax preparation assistance program is aimed to help low to moderate income taxpayers have more discretionary income for everyday essentials, such as food and housing. (12/30/14)