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Thank You, Stephenson National Bank!

Thank you to Stephenson National Bank, for a year-end contribution of $3,000 to Rainbow House!  We are grateful for your continued support of our mission.  The funding will go towards our collaborative partnership with law enforcement.  We will be placing forensic...

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Thank you, Menominee American Legion Auxiliary!

Volunteers from the American Legion Auxiliary in Menominee, MI dropped off a large donation of holiday toys, purses, slippers, hats, and mittens this week.  Thank you for making the Holidays brighter for survivors of domestic violence!

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How to Safely End a Relationship

Did you know the most dangerous time in an unhealthy or abusive relationship is during and after a breakup? That’s one of the reasons why sitting down and developing a plan before ending a relationship is so important. Even if you are not leaving an abusive situation,...

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Thank you, Walmart Giving!

We are excited to announce that Rainbow House received a $4,000 grant from Walmart Giving!  This award helps us to better meet the needs of survivors of domestic violence in our community .  #BetterTogether, #WalmartGiving and #Walmart Mrs. Helen Walton used to say...

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Thank you, Leon H. and Clymene M. Bond Foundation

Rainbow House receives a grant from the Leon H. and Clymene M. Bond Foundation   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 13th, 2021   “October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and the timing of the Bond Foundation’s support of our agency couldn’t be better”, says...

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Advice: How to Help a Friend

From One Love Foundation: With all the news coverage around Gabby Petito’s disappearance and murder, you may be feeling like many of us at One Love. Sickened and saddened to see another young life lost; wishing that something could have been done to prevent this....

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Thank you, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation!

On behalf of the survivors of domestic violence we serve, Rainbow House is grateful for the support of the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation.  Rainbow House received $19,721 through the Funds for Greater  Green Bay to acquire a forensic evidence camera and...

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Thank you, TC Energy Foundation!

Thank you, TC Energy Foundation, for your donation of $2,353.60 to help replace some of the worn flooring at Rainbow House, our domestic violence shelter. These upgrades will allow us to safely move donations and commodities for our food pantry into storage. These...

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Proud to be a United Way Partner Agency

Rainbow House is proud to be a partner agency of Tri-County United Way, who fights for the education, health and financial stability of every person in every community. TCUW serve Marinette and Oconto Counties in Wisconsin and Menominee County in Michigan.  Our annual...

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Thank you, Provident Health!

Thank you to Provident Health for supporting a $11,000 grant to begin offering the services of a Licensed Clinical Therapist at Rainbow House.  The purpose of the Provident Health Foundation is to improve and sustain the health and well-being of the people who live in...

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Legal Aid Available through WisTAF

A grant through WisTAF (Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation) provides civil legal aid for survivors we serve in the amount of $22,500.  WisTAF works with civil legal aid organizations in Wisconsin to increase access to justice. We oversee funds and invest in services...

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Thank you, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation!

The Rainbow House is a proud recipient of a grant to support the work of our Oconto Outreach Office from the Basic Needs Giving Partnership of the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, a funding collaborative which includes funds from the U.S. Venture Open Fund for...

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Thank you, Oconto Electric!

Oconto Electric Cooperative offers a charitable fund to improve area lives and communities.  Rainbow House is proud to announce we were awarded $750 to expand our new forensic evidence camera project.  This will allow us to acquire an additional camera.  It is our...

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Advanced Training in Strangulation Prevention

Congratulations, to our Marinette Legal Advocate, for completing the Advanced Training in Strangulation Prevention!  Joette Koronkiewicz attended this five-day curriculum through the Institute on Strangulation Prevention, a nationally aclaimed program based in San...

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Thank you, Other Guys Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club!

We just received a donation from the "Other Guys Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club" They are a great group with a great mission. They supplied the Rainbow House  with chairs, ottomans, tables and bookshelves for our clients. Items were donated in Green Bay and delivered...

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Thank you, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation

Rainbow House Greater Green Bay Community Foundation Press Release Jan 2021 Rainbow House Domestic Abuse Services received a $1,000 grant from the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation.   Rainbow House will use this grant to support survivors and their children...

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A Special Christmas Gift

Lily Kornusky donated to Rainbow House in memory of her mother, Debbie Kornusky.  Melissa Marie photography raised $700 from her Santa shoots with Leon Breault.  Lily decided to donate half the funds to our agency.  Thank you, Lily, for your generosity and kindness! ...

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Thanks Again, Stephenson National Bank!

Stephenson National Bank has twice contributed to the Rainbow House COVID relief efforts, in the amount of $2,000 and $5,000.  We are so grateful for their community support! Stephenson National Bank's Mission is to be the premier provider of trusted financial...

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Thank you, Otto Bremer Trust!

Thank you, Otto Bremer Trust!  Rainbow House received $5,000 in COVID relief funding. In response to COVID-19, the Otto Bremer Trust (OBT) established a $50 million emergency fund through its Community Benefit Financial Company (CBFC) subsidiary to provide financial...

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Thank you, Women’s Giving Circle!

The Women's Giving Circle has donated $1,000 to assist Rainbow House in giving cell phones and minutes coverage to women experiencing domestic violence.  This ability to stay socially and professionally connected during a pandemic is an essential lifeline to so many...

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Thank you, Allstate Foundation!

Thank you, Allstate Foundation, for providing Rainbow House $4,500 in COVID relief funding! The Allstate Foundation works to empower all people to imagine —and achieve— better for themselves and their community. Since 2005, The Allstate Foundation has been committed...

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Thank you, Tri-County United Way!

Thank you, Tri-County United Way, for your continued partnership!  United Way provided Rainbow House $500 in COVID relief funding.  Tri-County United Way's mission is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities.  

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Forward Services Local Help

FSC Program Flyer Emergency Assistance   One-time payment toward either security deposit, first month’s rent, or late rent for families facing impending homelessness or are in a homeless situation. Payments may only be received once every 12 months. Eligibility...

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Thank You, Stephenson National Bank and Trust

Thank you for your support of our community, Stephenson National Bank!  Rainbow House has received $5,000 to provide emergency shelter to survivors of domestic violence and their children. Pictured from right to left Elisa Rollo, Senior Vice President and Chief Retail...

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COVID-19 and Domestic Violence Bulletin

For people dealing with domestic violence, home is not a safe place. Mandates to quarantine may keep you safe from a pandemic, but can be deadly when you live with an abusive partner. Domestic violence spikes during times of stress and economic hardship. Violence can...

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Thank You M&M Area Community Foundation!

Rainbow House Domestic Abuse Services is pleased to announce receiving a $5,000 grant from the Community-Wide Endowment held at the M&M Area Community Foundation. The award will be put towards our Survivor Emergency Fund to help survivors of domestic violence have...

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