March 31, 2020 Virtual Meeting Update
Thanks to all that were able to join the call on Tuesday, March 31. 

Updated meeting summaries, resources and other information can be found on United Way's website under the Nonprofit Support Page (under news).
4.7.20 Virtual Meeting

04/07/20 9:00am - 04/07/20 10:00am

I'll be there!
I can't make it
COVID-19 Community Resource Card has been finalized!

Thank you to Mental Health America in Sheboygan County for updating this!

We are now in the process of translating the information in Spanish and Hmong.

If unable to print, please contact MHA at
Action Items
  • Update Operation Changes: Update your agency's information on the Google spreadsheet through the survey link. This is an internal document to assist agencies in understanding available resources. (To view survey results, follow this link.)

  • Next Meeting's Agenda: Agencies can email Kate Baer for any suggested agenda items for next meeting.

  • Submit wish list items to Lee Anne via email for posting on the volunteer website: This list, along with the volunteer needs, will be forwarded to business contacts weekly.

  • Update 2-1-1 database: Update or add your agency listing to the 2-1-1 Database online through this link.

  • United Way Action Items: Staff will continue to report back on various ongoing projects, such as keeping community resource updated on UWSC's website.
Resource Share
Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security
(CARES) Act Resource
Links and other items referenced during the call

  • Emergency Order #15: Temporary Ban on Evictions and Foreclosure: Click here for the full order. Note:The order does not relieve a person's obligation to pay their rent or mortgage.

  • WIC Approved Food Items: Click here for their resources including a shopping guide.

Other Resources
  • For daily updates from Sheboygan County Division of Public Health, sign up for their email updates (if you haven't already).

  • No Kid Hungry is providing emergency grants to support these local efforts like home delivered meals, grab and go meals programs, school and community pantries, backpack programs, and other steps to help reach children and families who lose access to meals. To learn more, visit their website.

  • Sheboygan County's Economic Support Program Overview: Click here for the flyer. Anyone interested in applying for Food Share, Child Care or Medical Assistance is encouraged to contact the Capital Consortium Call Center at 1-888-794-5556.

  • Masks: Kohler Co. is working with the Department of Public Health to get masks. If your agency is in need of masks, you can apply at Click on the product tab, and then in the notes section they would write in that they need masks.

  • FREE Review of Safety Operations: Kohler is also offering all nonprofits a free Review of Safety Operations with their Environmental Health & Safety Specialist to analyze whether COVID-19 guidelines are being met. Contact Caleb Richter at if interested.

Thank you!
United Way will continue to convene the COVID-19 Nonprofit Response Network calls on Tuesdays at 9 am. Click here for details .

We value your insights as we navigate these trying times. We look forward to hearing from you on these calls to continue, and inspire, collaborations.

Be Well - Stay Healthy - Live United
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COVID-19 Support
United Way of Sheboygan County is committed to supporting the nonprofit sector during these uncharted times. Please contact us with any questions or concerns.

For immediate questions regarding COVID-19, contact our local public health department at 920-459-0321.