What's New Review

May 2023

Construction is underway!

Things are finally moving and shaking at Stepping Stones as progress continues on the new 20-bed emergency shelter. Excavation is complete, the concrete framework is in place and currently, the plumbing is being laid. We hope to start pouring concrete within the next 2 weeks! Thank you (so far) to the following companies who are part of this amazing project -

Cedar Falls Building Systems, Inc - General Contractor

SSG (Skid Steer Guy) - Demolition

C.R. Bryan & Sons - Earthwork/Excavation

Halverson Brothers - Plumbing

Midwest Ag & Commercial Contractors - Building Concrete

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New Emergency Shelter Campaign

We received a substantial grant from the State of Wisconsin, but after construction costs came into focus, knew this wouldn't be enough for interior supplies.

Our 20-bed emergency shelter will provide a critical lifeline to those in need, offering a warm and secure place to sleep, hot meals, and supportive services to help individuals get back on their feet.


We wouldn't be over halfway to our goal if it wasn't for this community. THANK YOU for Stepping Up and building this with us!


(updated May 1)

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Project S.A.M receives grant at Community Foundation Luncheon

On April 20th, Stepping Stones was awarded a $5,000 grant from the Micah Fund, a donor fund through the Community Foundation of Dunn County. The grant will support Project SAM (Share A Meal), Stepping Stones' weekend kids' meal backpack program. Currently, there are more than 360 children enrolled from six Dunn County Elementary Schools, Head Start Menomonie Center, and Menomonie Middle School.

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Leave non-perishable food items by your mailbox this Saturday

Nationally, an estimated 45 million Americans experience food insecurity every year. Stamp Out Hunger – the largest single-day food drive in the United States -has been a way to assist those facing hunger in our country and to make a difference in our communities. Any donations you make stay in your community! 

Interested in volunteering for a few hours? Reach out to Kris to sign-up!


Experience that prepares you for your career

One year of full-time service from September 2023 to August 2024. Primary work through Stepping Stones new Emergency Shelter, with support for greater Shelter Program operations, Food Pantry Programs and Community Outreach.


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Phone: (715) 235-2920

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