Non-profits chosen for Give Big Green Bay
The Green Bay Packers and Greater Green Bay Community Foundation are teaming up for the second Give Big Green Bay.
The event kicked off Jan. 16 at Lambeau Field when forty non-profit organizations were chosen to benefit from the 2019 fundraising campaign.
Here is the list (provided by the Green Bay Packers):
Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary
N.E.W. Zoological Society
Haven Animal Rescue & Community Outreach
Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Branch
Civic Symphony of Green Bay
Film Green Bay
National Railroad Museum
Rebuilding Together of Greater Green Bay
Volunteer Center of Brown County
Howe Community Resource Center
Literacy Green Bay
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Educational Foundation
Green Bay Botanical Garden
Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Arboretum
Foundations Health & Wholeness
Greater Green Bay YMCA
N.E.W. Community Clinic
Oral Health Partnership
Ecumenical Partnership for Housing
New Community Shelter
St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter
The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay
CASA of Brown County
Community Services Agency (C.O.M.S.A)
Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W.
Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers
Green Bay Police Foundation
Russell Leicht Disabled American Veterans Chapter 3
Green Bay Sail & Paddle
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay
Hands On Deck
The Children’s Museum of Green Bay
Give Big Green Bay is a 24-hour fundraiser. The inaugural event raised $800,000 for 31 area non-profits.
"It's a real diverse representation of Green Bay's non-profit community. So they're from some of the smallest, most emerging organizations, to some of the largest, most established ones," says Dennis Buehler, President and CEO, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation.
The 24-hour fundraiser will start at noon on Feb. 20.
"A lot of people aren't aware the amount of non-profits that support them. So it's really a chance for us to celebrate that work, but also connect individuals with those organizations and causes that are really important to them," Buehler says.
about Give Big Green Bay.