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Memorial Day 2023

For our freedoms: freedom of speech, freedom to worship, freedom to assemble, freedom to petition, freedom of the press and more. On Memorial Day, we remember those who gave their lives, so we could live free.

The Volunteer Center of Brown County will be closed on Monday, May 29. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!


Volunteer of the Week

Diane Mangan is our volunteer of the week and the

2023 WPS Volunteer Awards Adult category recipient!

Ribbon of Hope Foundation was founded by four breast cancer survivors who help local women and men struggling with the financial burden of a cancer diagnosis. Diane is a breast cancer survivor herself and has been a volunteer since 2005. She has unselfishly taken on whatever task was needed by the foundation, from secretary for the board of directors to office manager to Request Committee ‘expert’. The Request Committee is made up of 10 breast cancer survivors who are responsible for executing all financial requests. 

In 2010, when the Ribbon of Hope Foundation lost everything in a devastating fire, Diane was one of the first on board to help find a new office. During the search for new space, she moved the Request Committee to her house so their work could continue. In 2020, when COVID closed the office, Ribbon of Hope found itself back at her house and the Request Committee didn’t miss a beat. Recipients were able to get the financial and informational help they needed. 

As a cancer survivor, Diane knows the challenges patients face. With compassion as her trademark, she is always ready to help recipients by lending an empathetic ear. Thank you, Diane, for all you do for Ribbon of Hope and those facing a difficult cancer diagnosis!

Click here to find this story on our Facebook page!

Read about all the 2023 WPS Volunteer Awards recipients and runners-up HERE!

Volunteer for the 2023 Packers 5K!

On July 21-22, 2023, the 14th Annual Packers 5K Run/Walk and Packers 1K Kid’s Run will take place. Starting from Lombardi Avenue in front of the Atrium, participants will run through side streets of Green Bay, around the rubber track of Lambeau Field and finish on a replica 50-yard line constructed in the parking lot of Lambeau Field.

As one of the charity partners of this year’s event, the Volunteer Center of Brown County invites individuals and groups to volunteer their time to help make the event a success! Click HERE for details and to sign up.

Date-Specific Volunteer Opportunities

Field Trip Support Crew - Now through June 2

Help field trip visitors get their day off to a good start at Heritage Hill State Historical Park! Duties include:

  • Boarding school buses to welcome students
  • Reviewing park rules
  • Helping direct buses where to unload and park
  • Helping direct students/teachers where to put their lunches

Volunteer for one day or several, it's up to you. All help is much appreciated! Shifts: Tuesdays-Fridays, 8:45-10:00 am (approximately). Minimum age: 18. 

Heritage Hill State Historical Park - Claire Gwaltney

920-448-5150, claire@heritagehillgb.org

Celebrate De Pere - May 27-29

Volunteers will be helping operate the food and beverage booth on the grounds of Celebrate De Pere. Tasks include cooking, food prep, beverage service, and clean-up. Two-hour shifts between 10:00 am-11:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday and 10:00 am-3:00 pm on Monday. Minimum age: 16.

Desert Veterans of Wisconsin - Wendy Cornelius

920-277-6578, wendydowd0211@yahoo.com

Blue Ribbons Baseball Games - May 30-August 1

Volunteers are needed to do field prep, work the front gate, grill concession food, work in the concession stand, or help with on-field activities. Various days and shifts, usually one to two hours before game time and lasting approximately four hours. Click here to learn more.

Green Bay Blue Ribbons - Jen Leo

920-713-0673, baseball@deperedodgers.com

2023 Spring Art Market - June 3

The Art Garage's Spring Art Market is a free, fun, and family-friendly event featuring handmade goods from local artists and artisans right in the heart of downtown Green Bay’s Olde Main Street Arts District! In addition to supporting local vendors, visitors will also have the opportunity to view and purchase pieces in the Art Garage gallery. Musicians interested in volunteering their time to perform throughout the day are needed. Musicians are welcome to collect tips and sell any merchandise they may have during their allotted performance spot. Shifts: 10:30-11:30 am, 12:00-1:00 pm, 1:30-2:30 pm, and 3:00-4:00 pm. Click here to sign up.

The Art Garage - Haylie Place

920-448-6800, info@theartgarage.org

Donut 5K Run - June 3

Join The Salvation Army for their annual 5K run celebrating National Donut Day! Volunteers will assist with 15 route/water stations, kids' run, set-up, clean-up, and the information booth. Come join the fun and cheer on their runners. Event T-shirt and donut provided. Various shifts. Volunteers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Click here to sign up.

The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay - Kroc Center - Kristine Schmidt

920-593-2375, kristine.schmidt@usc.salvationarmy.org

Pet Walk Green Bay - June 4

Pet Walk is the Wisconsin Humane Society’s annual dog-friendly walk to support animals in need. It features a leisurely stroll through Pamperin Park, as well as music, local vendors, a doggie costume contest, family-friendly activities, plus games and treats for four-legged participants! Volunteers are needed to set up, run games, help with registration, show walkers where to go, and clean up. Various shifts, 6:00 am-1:00 pm. Kids ages 13-15 must be accompanied by an adult.

Wisconsin Humane Society-Green Bay Campus - Katie Gut

920-469-3110, kgut@wihumane.org

Broadway TrashForce - June 6 and 19

Help pick up trash throughout the Broadway District! Supplies, such as gloves, trash bags, and trash grabbers, will be provided. Shifts: June 6, 12:00-1:00 pm, and June 19, 5:30-6:30 pm. 

On Broadway, Inc. - Quincy Fassbender

920-655-7525, quincy@onbroadway.org

Summer Reading Program - June 12-August 14

Volunteer roles for tweens and teens (entering grades 6-12) are available for the library's Summer Reading Program:

  • Table volunteers will explain how the program works, hand out prizes, and prepare crafts and activities. 
  • Event volunteers will assist at children’s program events throughout the summer (tasks will vary based on event).

Applications for both roles are available at browncountylibrary.org or at any Brown County Library location. Shifts vary by location.

Brown County Library - Eric Kuzma

920-448-5846, eric.kuzma@browncountywi.gov

CASA Volunteer Virtual Info Session - June 13 and 22

You can help change a child’s story! Volunteers are invited to join Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Brown County for a 30-minute virtual information session to learn how. CASA provides a voice for abused and neglected children who are under court protection. One CASA youth said, "My CASA came to every foster home; I have been to a lot." Children with a CASA volunteer are more likely to report higher levels of hope, do better in school, and achieve permanency in a safe home more quickly. YOU can make a difference! Sessions: June 13, 5:30 pm; June 22, 12:00 pm. Minimum age: 21.

CASA of Brown County - Eileen Metzler

920-393-9771, eileen@casabc.org

Medical Monopoly Classic Golf Outing - June 14

Help with activities on the course, set-up, clean-up, registration, and more. Various daytime shifts. Minimum age: 13.

Community Benefit Tree - Sue Peters

920-422-1919, fss@communitybenefittree.org

Farmers Market Attendance Tracker - June 14

Stand at the entrances of the market and use a clicker to track people entering the market. Shifts: 3:00-5:30 pm and 5:00-8:00 pm.

On Broadway, Inc. - Quincy Fassbender

920-655-7525, quincy@onbroadway.org

Summer Nutrition Program Lunch Volunteer - June 14-August 18

Create a welcoming lunch experience for children and families. Duties include greeting children and families, maintaining an orderly lunch line, handing out menus and disinfectant wipes, ensuring all food is consumed on-site, cleaning up, and assisting GBAPS staff with additional tasks as needed. Shifts: weekdays, 10:45 am-12:15 pm (Central Library); Mondays-Wednesdays and Fridays, 12:00-1:30 pm (Southwest Branch). Can help with full schedule or one consistent day each week; free meal with each shift. Minimum age: 16 at Central Library, 14 at Southwest Branch.

Brown County Library - Central Branch - Eric Kuzma

920-448-5846, eric.kuzma@browncountywi.gov

Brown County Library - Southwest Branch - Arianna VanDam

920-492-4910, arianna.vandam@browncountywi.gov

Reading Coaches for Kids - June 19-August 4 (or upcoming school year)

Reading Coaches for Kids is a volunteer tutoring program designed to increase students' reading abilities and literacy skills by providing volunteers who read individually with students in area schools. Volunteers are placed in kindergarten through 5th grade classrooms for one hour a week during the regular school year and/or during the summer school program. No educational background is needed; training and ongoing support are provided. The Reading Coaches program is especially looking for volunteers ages 55+ to be a part of the Retired/Senior Volunteer Program to provide intergenerational experiences for the children. 

Before volunteering, individuals must attend an initial training session on Wednesday, May 31, 1:00-3:00 pm. Location: Volunteer Center of Brown County, 984 9th St., Green Bay. Once trained, tutoring takes place at various times during the school day, one hour per week. Once trained, you can volunteer in the Summer School Program or wait to volunteer and be placed in a school in September. Minimum age: 18.

Volunteer Center of Brown County Reading Coaches for Kids Program - Nancy Pfankuch

920-600-0184, nancy@volunteergb.org

10th Annual Fly a Kite Fest - June 24

Volunteers can choose from helping out with the kids' activities (such as kite decorating, playing games, working in the prize tent), selling raffle tickets, parking/greeters, set-up, and clean-up. Shifts: 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 12:00-4:00 pm, or 2:00-5:00 pm. Work a three-hour shift and get a free Kite Fest T-shirt; work a four-hour shift and get a T-shirt AND a free lunch. Volunteers ages 11-13 must be accompanied by an adult. Click here to learn more and to sign up.

Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W. - Lauren Waters

920-391-5811, lauren@fcrnew.org

Horses for Healing - June 24

At this event, Exceptional Equestrians and several other partnering nonprofits will be present to provide activities and educational opportunities around sensory processing, exercise, healthy eating, creativity/art, outdoor activities, animals, social and emotional wellbeing, and inclusiveness. There will be opportunities for participants to meet some of the equine team members as well as their newly developed adaptive sensory trail. Volunteer duties and shifts: set-up (8:00-10:00 am); directing parking and transportation, managing registration, raffle, and activity tables, sensory trail navigation and other miscellaneous tasks (10:00 am-3:00 pm); and clean-up (3:00-4:00 pm). Minimum age: 14.

Exceptional Equestrians - Molly Kafka

920-347-3174, mkafka@exceptionalequestrians.org

CASA Volunteer Training - July 20 and 27

You can join CASA to help advocate for the most vulnerable children in Brown County. The journey to becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate is both life-changing and life-affirming, because they know that the children they work with will benefit greatly from your friendship, your support, and your time. Just as important, you will gain the personal satisfaction of helping a child today and making a difference for years to come. Sign up for CASA volunteer training today! Sessions: 8:30 am-3:30 pm both days. Minimum age: 21.

CASA of Brown County - Eileen Metzler

920-393-9771, eileen@casabc.org

Seymour Park Neighborhood Association Presents Celebration of Spirit in Song Concert - July 22

Set up/take down tents, load tents, assist with the popcorn/cotton candy machine, help with clean-up, etc. Volunteers can also enjoy the concert. Shifts: 10:00 am-12:30 pm (set-up), 5:00-6:00 pm (take-down and clean-up).

Green Bay Neighborhoods/Seymour Park Neighborhood Association - Tanya Westmoreland

920-784-7769, tewestmoreland@gmail.com

Artfest Green Bay - July 28-30

Many hands and smiling faces will be needed throughout the weekend to serve food and beverages, sell raffle tickets, assist with the Color Run, and more! Multiple three-hour shifts available during the three-day event. Minimum age for various tasks will be shown at the sign-up link. Click here to sign up.

Downtown Green Bay, Inc. - Jenny VandenLangenberg

920-617-7087, jenny@downtowngreenbay.com

Wolfinger Charity Golf Outing - July 29

Help with activities on the course, set-up, clean-up, registration, serving food, selling tickets, collecting money, working raffles, selling baked goods, and more. Various daytime shifts. Minimum age: 13.

Community Benefit Tree - Sue Peters

920-422-1919, fss@communitybenefittree.org

Fairies and Wizards - July 29

A variety of volunteer roles are available at this event:

  • Set-up crew -- Volunteers will help decorate the backyard of Hazelwood into a magical fairytale world. They will also help set up games and craft activities, which requires moving chairs and tables. Shift: 11:00 am-1:00 pm.
  • Fairies and wizards -- Fun volunteers are needed who are willing to dress up as fairies or wizards and help lead games and crafts. Volunteers are welcome to bring their own costume (anything related to fairytales will be perfect) or borrow one of the Historical Society's. They hope that by everyone being in costume, it will add to the magic of the event. Shift: 1:00-4:00 pm.
  • Troll -- They need a volunteer to dress up as a troll for their bowling game. The troll should act grumpy and crabby while trying to build a 'house' out of boxes that children will be attempting to knock down with a ball. Shift: 1:00-4:00 pm.
  • Clean-up crew -- Every good event needs a clean-up crew and this one is no different. Help clean up the fairytale land and put it away for next time. Volunteers will also be asked to help move tables and chairs back into their storage spaces. Shift: 4:00-5:30 pm.

For all these roles, volunteers under age 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Brown County Historical Society - Mariah Ackermann

920-437-1840, bchsvolunteer@browncohistoricalsoc.org

Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

Friendly Visitor Volunteers

ADRC of Brown County is looking for volunteers to visit homebound people to help fight isolation and loneliness. You and the person you are visiting can decide the frequency of the visits based on your schedule, and you are welcome to rotate between in-person and phone visits. Minimum age: 18.

ADRC of Brown County - Angela Van Asten

920-448-4560, angela.vanasten@browncountywi.gov

Emergency Department Volunteers

Assist team members in providing quality service to patients and their families on the assigned floor. Duties include:

  • Rounding on patients hourly (volunteers do not enter isolation rooms); PPE provided
  • Refreshing water
  • Assisting with discharging patients 
  • Restocking supplies, including isolation gowns
  • Providing clerical support to caregiver staff such as answering phones, answering call lights, collating admission packets, making copies, reviewing ‘welcome’ letter with patients
  • Straightening up the department, which includes picking up garbage off floor, emptying garbage and replacing full linen bags.

Click here to complete an online application. After your application has been received, you will receive an email with next steps. Weekday shifts, three hours between 7:00 am-5:00 pm. Individuals should be able to commit to a minimum of 64 hours of volunteering during a rolling calendar year. Minimum age: 14.

Aurora HealthCare/Aurora BayCare - Wendy Leiterman

920-288-3083, wendy.leiterman@aah.org

6th Floor Perioperative Desk Attendant

Volunteer duties include:

  • Welcoming and greeting family and visitors
  • Escorting family members to patient room or consult room to speak with providers after patient surgery
  • Collating pre-op packets for patients
  • Writing patient thank-you cards
  • Page management/ inventory
  • Answering phone calls and transferring them to appropriate department
  • Cleaning surgical carts
  • Dressing surgical carts
  • Transporting surgical carts from 8th floor to 6th floor by 7:00 pm
  • Cleaning of short stay rooms or PACU bays

Shifts: Monday-Friday, 3:00-7:00 pm or 4:00-8:00 pm. Minimum age: 16.

Bellin Health - Kimberly Sommers

920-433-3632, kimberly.sommers@bellin.org

Hospital Support

Provide exceptional patient experiences by escorting patients to their destinations within Bellin Health. Duties include:

  • Escorting patients to their next destination by guiding and directing anywhere within the hospital campus
  • Assisting with items important to patient to their final destination
  • Providing outstanding customer service to all people
  • Welcoming people as if this is your home
  • Assisting care teams with completing patients' Bellin Health experience
  • Being an expert in the campus layout
  • Being the patient's companion and easing their emotions
  • Having environmental awareness of space and sound with self or others
  • Being empowered to report issues such as cleanliness, organization, and broken equipment

Every patient is a guest in Bellin's home, so confidentiality is of the utmost importance. Various shifts: Monday-Friday, 4:00 am-4:00 pm. Minimum age: 16.

Bellin Health - Kimberly Sommers

920-433-3632, kimberly.sommers@bellin.org

Beautification Volunteer

Create a welcoming library environment by decorating the indoor spaces at the Ashwaubenon Branch, including putting up art displays and seasonal decorations. Depending on volunteer's creative skillsets, volunteer may also submit ideas and plan displays, in addition to putting them up (if interested). Location: 1060 Orlando Dr., Ashwaubenon. Flexible shifts based on volunteer's availability and library's schedule; evening availability preferred. Minimum age: 18.

Brown County Library - Danielle Zeamer

920-448-5833, danielle.zeamer@browncountylibrary.org

Yard Maintenance

Create a welcoming library environment at the Ashwaubenon Branch by making outdoor spaces neat and tidy, including picking up trash and weeding flower beds. Location: 1060 Orlando Dr., Ashwaubenon. Flexible shifts from April-October based on volunteer's availability and library's schedule. Minimum age: 18.

Brown County Library - Danielle Zeamer

920-448-5833, danielle.zeamer@browncountylibrary.org

Refugee Resettlement Volunteers

Catholic Charities is in need of volunteers to help with resettlement efforts for families coming to the United States. Families will be coming from a variety of countries and need help understanding life in the United States. Activities include welcoming at the airport, shopping for things for the home, taking families to appointments and helping with basic needs. Volunteers must have a background check and will receive VIRTUS training. Shifts are on an as-needed basis. Minimum age: 18.

Catholic Charities - Lori Paul

920-272-8318, lpaul@gbdioc.org

Classroom Grandparents

Are you looking to make a difference in a child's life and give back to your community while also earning a small stipend? The Encompass Foster Grandparent Program may be the right fit for you! You will need to meet limited income guidelines as required by AmeriCorps Seniors (the program's funding source). Volunteering takes place in an assigned classroom at one of seven five-star-rated Encompass Early Education Child Care Centers in Brown County. This program joins together two generations. It enhances the quality of life for seniors and gives them a sense of purpose, while also giving children a consistent grandparent figure who mentors and encourages them in social play and classroom activities. Shifts: minimum of five hours per week, flexible school-day hours. Minimum age: 55.

Encompass Early Education & Care - Deb Johnson

920-785-9710, djohnson@encompasswi.org

Golf and Life Skills Lessons

Volunteer coaches will be assisting the full-time coaches teaching children the game of golf while integrating life skills. Golf experience is a plus, but not required to volunteer. Kids are grouped into classes based on age (4-6, 7-9, 10-11, 12-13). Flexible morning or evening shifts, June-August. Minimum age: 16.

First Tee of Northeast Wisconsin - Bill Frank

920-327-0997, admin@thefirstteenew.org

Childcare Volunteers

Provide childcare for residents who need to attend mandatory programming. Shifts: Mondays, 6:00-8:00 pm; Tuesdays, 9:00-11:00 am; and Thursdays, 6:00-8:00 pm. Minimum age: 16.

Freedom House - Jen Rayos

920-432-4646, jenniferrayos@freedomhouseministries.org

Front Desk Volunteers

Duties include answering phones, taking donations, and helping residents. Shifts: Mondays, 8:00 am-12:00 pm; Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8:00-10:00 am. Minimum age: 16.

Freedom House - Jen Rayos

920-432-4646, jenniferrayos@freedomhouseministries.org

Girl Scout Troop Volunteers

Amazing volunteers are needed to help build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts provides training, resources, and support, while volunteers provide the fun and adventure! Troop leaders host one to two meetings a month during the school year, typically one hour in length, right after school or in the evenings (set meetings that work for your schedule). They are especially hoping for volunteers who can serve girls on the west side of Green Bay. Minimum age: 18.

Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes - Michaela Hofer

920-955-3422, mhofer@gsnwgl.org

Outdoor Gardening

Volunteers will provide beautiful and inspiringly well-maintained public gardens. Duties include, but are not limited to, planting annual flowerbeds and perennials, watering plants, fertilizing roses, mulching, weeding and dead-heading, and digging spent spring-flowering bulbs. Shift: Tuesdays-Thursdays through June 29, 8:00 am-10:00 am and 10:30 am-12:00 pm (can do entire morning, with a break from 10:00-10:30 am, if desired). Minimum age: 16.

Green Bay Botanical Garden - Kate Martin

920-491-3691, kmartin@gbbg.org

Gift Shop Associates

Help guests shop, ring up purchases, and close the register at night's end. Shift: Tuesdays, 4:00-8:00 pm. Minimum age: 16.

Neville Public Museum - Katy Maier

920-448-7874, katy.maier@browncountywi.gov

Seed Library Translations

The Brown County Seed Library would like to offer their information in Spanish. New Leaf Foods is looking for a volunteer or group of people to assist in translating their informational flyer and approximately 18 pages of information in their binder (the flyer is the top priority). Flexible shifts based on volunteers' preferred time.

New Leaf Foods - Melissa Wass

920-246-4985, mawbjw12@gmail.com

Information Booth/Fresh Food Drive

Sit in the farmers market info booth tent and assist marketgoers by handing out maps and helping with other general information. Shifts: Wednesdays, 3:00-8:00 pm, through September 27.

On Broadway, Inc. - Quincy Fassbender

920-655-7525, quincy@onbroadway.org

50/50 Raffle Crew

Walk the farmers market selling 50/50 raffle tickets. This requires cash handling and socializing! Shifts: Wednesdays, 3:30-5:45 pm, through September 27.

On Broadway, Inc. - Quincy Fassbender

920-655-7525, quincy@onbroadway.org

Outreach Volunteers

As a volunteer with Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP), you help inform Medicare beneficiaries, their families, and caregivers on how to prevent, detect, and report health care fraud, abuse, and errors through outreach and education. Volunteer involvement ranges from staffing a booth at fairs and outreach events to giving group presentations. Various days and times. They are seeking volunteers ages 50 and older.

Senior Medicare Patrol - Molly Kelly

608-335-8453, molly.kelly@gwaar.org

Outreach Volunteers

Help coordinate successful partnerships for this job training program! St. John’s Ministries' The Joseph Project, a program that connects those seeking employment with existing job opportunities, is seeking a volunteer outreach coordinator. The outreach coordinator will reach out to various nonprofits, probation/parole officers, jail and re-entry officers, etc., with the intention of having these individuals refer candidates to the Joseph Project program. Joseph Project workshops are geared toward helping those struggling to find a job or gain employment (for example, formerly incarcerated individuals, homeless individuals, etc.). The outreach coordinator will spend approximately 5-7 hours per month on these tasks, which can be done on a flexible schedule. Minimum age: 18.

St. John's Ministries - Pat Gorski 

920-530-6459, patrick.gorski@associatedbank.com

Volunteer Mentors

Invest in the personal and professional growth of newly employed individuals! St. John’s Ministries' The Joseph Project, a program that connects those seeking employment with existing job opportunities, is seeking mentors to assist individuals going forward after the program. This rewarding volunteer opportunity only requires work experience, a desire to help, and the ability to listen and share. Time commitment is a 45-minute orientation and about 1 hour per month afterwards. Minimum age: 18.

St. John's Ministries - Jay Thompson

920-246-3043, jmtnoles73@gmail.com

Volunteer Drivers

If you have a valid driver's license and one hour of free time most weeks, The Micah Center (part of St. John's Ministries) needs YOU! They transport groups of disadvantaged people to and from their jobs. These people are recent graduates of The Joseph Project. They have a van for the transportation or you can use your own car. Various shifts. Minimum age: 18.

The Micah Center - Greg McLean 

920-819-1817, greglmclean@gmail.com

Resale Shoppe Volunteers

Unity Resale Shoppe, a part of Unity Hospice, would like volunteers to help with various duties, including accepting, cleaning, and sorting donations; pricing and staging merchandise on the sales floor; and working the cash register. Shifts: Mondays-Thursdays, 10:00 am-1:00 pm, 1:00-4:00 pm, and 4:00-6:00 pm; Fridays, 10:00 am-1:00 pm and 1:00-4:00 pm; and Saturdays, 10:00 am-2:00 pm. Minimum age: 18.

Unity Resale Shoppe, LLC - Paakou Vang

920-339-5501, pvang@unityhospice.org

Hospice Volunteers

Unity is looking for hospice volunteers who would like to provide companionship to their patients. Visits take place where the patient resides, including at private homes, skilled nursing facilities, and hospitals. Flexible shifts, one to four days per month. Minimum age: 15.

Unity Hospice - Alison Bantes

920-339-5527, abantes@unityhospice.org

Off-Site Adoption Center Volunteers

The Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus is looking for volunteers to help out at their off-site adoption center. Volunteers are needed to help clean, socialize, and adopt out their amazing cats. For more information about the WHS volunteer program, please click here. Daily shifts: 10:00 am-12:00 pm, 1:00-3:30 pm, and 3:30-6:00 pm. Kids ages 13-15 must be accompanied by an adult.

Wisconsin Humane Society-Green Bay Campus - Katie Gut

920-469-3110, kgut@wihumane.org

For a monthly list of volunteer opportunities,

view June's Volunteer Times here.

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New or gently used children’s books for beginning readers. We are especially in need of culturally responsive books. 

2023 Ethics in Action Awards

Do you know someone in Brown County doing extraordinary things? Do you know someone brave enough to stand up and make a difference in our community? Stories are how we connect to one another, inspire one another, and bring about change. 


Share these stories by nominating an individual (age 13 and older) for a 2023 Ethics in Action Award!

The Ethics in Action Awards recognizes people who are creating healthier workplaces, schools, and neighborhoods and is a program of Foundations Health & Wholeness, a Green Bay nonprofit organization. 


Nominations are accepted year-round, and nominations received after May 31, 2023 will be considered next year, so the independent selection committee has time to fully consider nominations. Click here to learn more and complete the easy nomination form. 

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