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Posted: Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Oshkosh Area United Way (OAUW) is excited to announce that Andrew and Karen Leavitt will serve as campaign co-chairs for the 2019 campaign. The Levitts will lead United Way fundraising efforts and are eager to share their passion for this community alongside Oshkosh Area United Way to help further their efforts. Campaign chairs leverage each individual’s support of the Oshkosh Area United Way...
Posted: Monday, August 5, 2019
In line with Oshkosh Area United Way’s (OAUW) strategic plan to grow our fundraising to $2.5 million annually, we want to bring greater awareness to the programs OAUW funds. Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services (CADASI) opened their doors in 1984 to serve individuals and families in Winnebago and Green Lake Counties who struggle with the devastating effects of domestic abuse. Their mission is...
Posted: Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Oshkosh Area United Way “stuffed the truck” on Tuesday, July 9, at their annual Stuff the Truck event at the Walmart Supercenter. The items collected support the Oshkosh-Winneconne Back to School Fair, which helps over 1,000 students from low-income families get ready for the new school year. Due to the generosity of community members, United Way collected over 3,200 items during the one-day...
Posted: Monday, July 1, 2019
Over 120 golfers participated in Oshkosh Area United Way’s 11th annual golf outing at Lake Breeze Golf Club on Wednesday, June 12. The event raised more than $30,000 to support local programs, an 18.1% increase from last year. The Oshkosh Area United Way golf outing was presented by Jackson Kahl Insurance. The day opened with breakfast at the Lake Breeze clubhouse where golfers enjoyed a buffet...
Posted: Monday, July 1, 2019
There are tons of benefits to reap from summer volunteering: increased happiness and health, professional growth, new connections, positive impact on the community, and all the warm fuzzies that go with it. Here are five reasons why you should spend your summer volunteering: You'll learn new skillsFrom work-specific skills, such as learning how to work with children or chart information, to...
Posted: Thursday, June 6, 2019
Over 170 volunteers registered to clean, plant, and construct on Wednesday, May 8, during Oshkosh Area United Way’s 24th annual Day of Caring event. This event was presented by BMO Harris Bank and supported by SNC Manufacturing Co., Inc. Volunteers from 28 community-minded Oshkosh companies tackled 22 different community service projects. This year brought-record breaking numbers for Day of...

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