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Volunteers are needed!

Can you believe another school year is fast approaching? Kids are in need of your help! They'll do better if they have a great start. 

The Salvation Army, Westlund Bus Lines, and Wal-Mart in Marinette, WI are teaming together to further the efforts of gathering needed school supplies and new clothing for area children.

Dates available:

August 4 - 5           9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(2 volunteers each 2 hr. shift) to promote and receive donations.

August 11 -12        9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(2 volunteers each 2 hr. shift) to promote and receive donations.

Shifts could be 2 hours - but don't assume we can't use you. Please call 715-735-7448 and let's work it out!!

Volunteers needed to sit near the flag pool of Walmart, handout information regarding the School Supply "Fill the Bus" program, receive donations, and thank donors. Groups would be wonderful too!!! We'll be there to help you get started and come at the end of the day to gather the items given.

Please be sure to bring your lawn chair, sunscreen, an umbrella, and maybe something to pass the time!  It isn't usually extremely busy, but we can hope your shift will be busy!!

Thanks in advance for your assistance in any way possible. If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please call Major Carol Lemirand at the Salvation Army at 715-735-7448.

United Way Worldwide Annual Report 2015

Please click on the link below for United Way World Wide 2015 annual report.




   Meet ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) 

A growing number of individuals and families work but cannot afford basic necessities. These families are struggling - earning too little to make ends meet, but sometimes too much to qualify for support. By comparing real incomes with real expenses, the United Way ALICE Project reveals the stark reality that income falls short of basic needs for at least one-third of households in most states.

This work provided a very real glimpse of the devastating impact that daily struggle has on an ALICE household. And when we shine a light on this unrecognized group, we also see that the instability of such a huge proportion of workers is destabilizing our local economies, our communities and our lives.

Targeted solutions to address the shocking mismatch between a family's income and the real-time cost of living in each county in a state can be developed, monitored, and measured for impact.

Wisconsin's United Ways are using the ALICE report to educate, engage the the community in developing strategies to life ALICE to financial stability and begin a dialogue about strategies for long-term systemic change. 

To view the report click here.


In 2013, the Tri-City Area United Way held a series of “Community Conversations”. We talked with 29 different groups of area citizens: high school at risk youth, high school leadership and student councils, civic groups, jail inmates, business leaders and employees. We talked with elected officials, emergency responders, social services and more. You raised 16 primary concerns with substance abuse, educational opportunities and parenting education standing out as the top three. These three concerns formed the basis for the beginning of our Educational Success - Cradle to Career Initiative. 

A Report to the Community

Substance Abuse affects the whole family, not just the user.

  • Age 0 to 8 -- Working with youth and parents
  • Youth -- Youth over the age of 8
  • Anti-Opiate / Heroin Impact
  • Prescription Drug Abuse -- Educating prescribers
  • Business -- Educational presentations at the work place

Educational Success starts at birth and continues throughout life.

  • Ages 0 to 8
  • Middle School (Grades 6 to 8)
  • High School to Post-Secondary

When families come together, everyone wins.

  • Strengthening Families Program

There are a number of ways you can help in our Educational Success: Cradle to Career Initiative: Volunteer to be a member of any of the work groups or subcommittees; Advocate for the program by letting your friends and neighbors know you support the Tri-City Area United Way's efforts in making a positive difference in your community; Donate to help fund the action plans being developed. To receive more information or to volunteer with one of the work group - -  Contact us here.