Brown County Community Women's Club, Inc.

 

BCCWC members volunteer their time to activities that provide clothing, food and shelter to those in need and programs that encourage the well being of the members of our community.

 

This past year we logged more than 17,000 hours of volunteer service to our local community!

 

BCCWC requests that members be accountable for their volunteer hours. Please submit this Volunteer Hours Form (July1, 2020 through June 30, 2021 by June 30, 2021. You and any amount of hours are an important ingredient in our club's success.

Aging Gracefully/ Pet Therapy

Members are encouraged to get involved in current pet therapy  projects with residents.

Pet Therapy Dates and Locations: 

 

Dates and Locations are announced in News and Notes

Contact

One Stitch at a Time

Interested members use their talents to crochet, knit, sew, cut and quilt useful items for those in need of them in the community – women, children, the elderly and those who are physically or economically disadvantaged.

Members are encouraged to donate supplies.

Collections will be done in fall and spring. Please watch News and Notes for collection information.

Contact

Jeanne Allgeyer Pat Hearden

Building Quilts for Habitat 

"Not a quilt to admire Not a quilt to hang on the wall, but a quilt to feel cozy and comfy in the Habitat for Humanity family’s new home."

Interested members will create lap-sized quilts to be presented to Habitat families at upcoming Habitat for Humanity Dedications.

Ongoing

 

Building Quilts for Habitat meets twice/year, once in October and once in May. There will be a Zoom meeting at at9:00 am on October 5.

 

Quilt Presentations are made as houses are completed. Please check News and Notes for updates.

 

 

Contact

 

Mary Schrickel

Gina Reinardy

HSHS ST. VINCENT'S CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL/CHILD LIFE

BCCWC members follow the mission of improving the

lives of children by supporting selected service projects

organized throughout the year for St. Vincent's Children's

Hospital/Child Life.

 

 

Contact

 

Sue Vyse

St. John's Homeless Shelter - Meals

BCCWC will provide a meal each month from Nov. through April.

2020-2021 Dates:

 

November 5

December 3

January 7

February 4

March 4

April 1

Contact

920-336-0198
920-632-7473

Christmas  Distribution

Salvation Army Christmas Toy Distribution in late December 2020.

Sign up times will be in News and Notes.

Contact

 

Sue Goltz

Ann Baierl

Christmas Families

This activity will be suspended for this year due to COVID-19

Contact

 

Judy Rankin

Darlene Rohm
Jean Brosteau

Santa's House

Santa's House provides enjoyment, education and growth to families, children and their parents by providing a place for kids to visit with Santa and Mrs. Santa in a completely non commercial environment.

Dates:

Please watch News and Notes for updates for 2020.

 

White Pillars Museum, 315 N. Broadway in De Pere.

Contact

 

Mary Schall

Christmas Tree Gala 

BCCWC will make Ornaments and decorate a tree for the Ribbon of Hope Christmas Tree Gala. 

 

Event date and location to be announced. Watch  News and Notes for specific details.

Contacts

Julie Arts

Linda Murphy

Mary Ann Van

Coats for Kids

Coats for Kids
Volunteers sign up for a specific time slot during which they may sort, organize or distribute winter wear to predetermined familes at the Kroc Center.

Please watch News & Notes to see how to sign up.

Contact

Elaine Pogorelc

Wellspring

Wellspring, a drop-in center for women, is located at 413 Dousman St. in Green Bay, and is open Mon.-Fri. 9-4.It's a place of peace that offers peer support, personal growth opportunities, resources and referrals to women who need a sense of safety, belonging and encouragement.
Please Check News and Notes for ongoing needs and volunteering options at Wellspring.

Contact

 

Kathy DeBroux

Susan Regnier

 House of Hope

 

Monthly Birthday Cakes on third Wednesday of every month from August 2020 to July 2021. 

House of Hope Mission Statement: House of Hope offers a safe, supportive, place where young mothers learn to become confident adults and independent, successful parents.
Volunteer activities include child care, office help, building maintenance and organization, in addition to off-site activities such as food & hygiene drives.

Contact

Kay Barlament

Fort Howard Apartments Seniors 

Fall Blessings Bags

 

Spring - TBA published in the the News and Notes 

Contact

Garden Project for Kress Library

All dates start at 8 a.m.

 

August 17- Work date
 
 September 15- Work date
 
 October 6- Final work date/ Putting the garden to bed
 
 October 8- Rain date for the 6th

Contact

Sherry Campbell

Food Pantry Drives

September 2020

St.Patrick/Quad Parishes

Food and Birthday Bags

Cathy Cartwright

Mary Ryan

 

November

St. Willebrods’s

Third Wed.

 

 

April 2021

Third Wed.  

St. Mark’s Lutheran

 

All Collections will be from 10am to 12:00 pm

 

DePere Community Center

Parking Lot  

Contact

Sherry Campbell

 

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