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Funded Programs

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Wisconsin

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Wisconsin provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their life for the better, forever. More info.

Childcaring, Inc.

Childcaring Scholarship Aid provides child care funding to low-income families entering the workforce or continuing their education. More info.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services - Child and Family Counseling

Therapists work with children and teens, their parents, family members and other people important to them.  The goal of counseling is to learn skills that manage stress, work out conflict, and build up relationships. More info.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services - Family Resource Center

The Marshfield Family Resource Center is a place where you can learn how to be the best parent possible. The center provides a nurturing environment in which parents can connect with resources, access programs, talk with staff one on one, and enjoy family activities with their children at no cost. More info.

Chippewa Valley Boy Scouts

The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. The Chippewa Valley Council serves nearly 5,000 youth through 10 counties in West Central Wisconsin. More info

Girls Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes

Our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. More info.

Home Delivered Meals

The Home Delivered Meals Program enables elderly and disabled individuals to continue living independently in their own homes, eliminating or delaying the need for moving to a care facility.

Home Delivered Meals Scholarships

Mary's Place Boarding House

Provides safe, clean and dignified housing for the low-income, no-income people in the Marshfield area. More info.

Marshfield Area Respite Care Center

The primary service is a peaceful and serene social daycare program for the participants and their caregivers every weekday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. More Info.

North Central Community Action Program Outreach Services

North Central Community Action Program seeks to create opportunities for people and communities to obtain skills, identify and utilize resources and explore innovative options to reduce poverty and increase self-sufficiency. More info.

Pathway Partners

Pathway Partner’s Mentoring Program’s goal is to facilitate relationships between high school students and caring adults in the Marshfield community. These relationships can involve career exploration as well as volunteer opportunities in school and in the community. More info.

Personal Development Center

Personal Development Center Inc. (PDC) is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to creating a community free from the threat of violence. Our mission is to assist those in distress by identifying options and resources, promoting safety, building hope, and strengthening individuals, families, and our community through case management, advocacy and education. More info.

Soup or Socks

Soup or Socks is dedicated to provide clothing and/or goods at no charge to people in need. More info.

Spencer Kids Group

Spencer Kids Group has been providing a safe supervised site for Spencer youth since 1998.  We operate a free youth center for any child from the Spencer School District along with a formal homework help program at the school. More info.

Youth Net

Since 1989, Marshfield Clinic Health System has operated a comprehensive afterschool program known as Youth Net. Youth Net serves approximately 275 Marshfield area youth ages 8-18 each year. More info.

 

Marshfield Area United Way Initiatives:

Initiatives