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Christian Service Board

  The Christian Service Board supports FCC’s mission to address shortfalls within our community - especially in food and shelter insecurity, health care, and education - by issuing community grants to organizations and individuals ranging from $300 to $3,000 annually. Read below to see how we are making an impact in our community!  

for an Organizational Grant.

for an FCC Member Mission Grant.


  In 2023, the Christian Service Board Awarded $53,000 in grants to Sheboygan-area organizations.

The FCC Christian Service Board awarded grants to 28 local agencies that are meeting the ever-changing and critical food, shelter, education, mental and physical health needs within our community. 

See more about our community partners below!  

A Million Dreamz

The mission is to offer quality, affordable childcare 24/7, in an all-inclusive and kind environment while providing resources, referrals, advocacy, and other services to encourage and support the continuing development of healthy families.

The Abode

The Abode's mission is to provide safe and comfortable housing, programming, and supportive case management to individuals and families in recovery from substance abuse, mental health challenges, and homelessness to facilitate their transition to fully independent living.

Baby Care, Inc.

BabyCare is a ministry of love run by the eFree Church of Sheboygan to underprivileged babies and toddlers and their families in Sheboygan County, distributing nearly 16,000 diapers each month and provides gift-wrapped newborn layettes complete with a copy of the New Testament. The organization is one of eight nationally-recognized diaper banks in Wisconsin helping to reach the one in three families struggling with the supply of baby diapers.

Big Brothers, Big Sisters

Their mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth.

Black-American Community Outreach

Black-American Community Outreach (BACO) is a non-profit organization that desires to empower those involved to bridge the racial divide, distinguish the myths about Black Americans, and create dialogue and discussion around diversity, equity, and inclusion for the Black-American members of the Sheboygan area community.

Bookworm Gardens

Bookworm is a botanical garden based on children's literature, and their mission is to enrich the mind, body, and spirit of the young and young at heart through exploration in a garden environment based on children's literature.

Boys and Girls Club of Sheboygan County

A dedicated team of youth development professionals improving the lives of young people by collaborating with local businesses, foundations, and community programs to create opportunities for each child to become their best self.

Deland Receiving Home

The DeLand Receiving Home provides temporary emergency shelter for children between the ages of three and seventeen. Their primary function is to provide safety, security, compassion and stability to the children who come through their doors.

Family Connections, Inc.

Family Connections supports and educates families and early childhood professionals to promote healthy child development and strengthen communities.

Fresh Meals on Wheels

Fresh Meals On Wheels helps senior, disabled and homebound Sheboygan County neighbors remain independent and stay safely in the homes they love by providing fresh, nutritious, homemade meals and daily wellness checks.

Habitat for Humanity Lakeside Inc.

Habitat for Humanity is part of a global, non-profit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope. Habitat for Humanity Lakeside is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their housing conditions. Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety, and that decent housing in decent communities should be a matter of conscience and action for all.

Hello Happiness Creativity Center

Hello Happiness Creativity Center is a nonprofit community of learning, connection, support and renewal through creativity. Based on a foundation of kindness, imagination and respect, our mission is to give everyone access to creative supplies and experiences.

Horizons 4 Girls

Horizons4Girls mentors young women, lighting a spark that inspires the internal promise of each student as they fulfill their academic and personal goals.

Jefferson / Ebenezer Partnership

As each new school year approaches, Ebenezer shops for school supplies. Our partnership with Jefferson Elementary School in Sheboygan includes donating crayons, pencils, markers, notebooks, and other school supplies to the students. Coordinating with reading specialists and teachers, we purchase reading-level-appropriate books. Volunteers have also gone to the classroom to read with students.

Lakeshore Community Health Care

Lakeshore Community Health Care provides access to comprehensive, integrated health care, regardless of ability to pay, eliminating health disparities among the underserved.

Literacy Council of Sheboygan County

The Literacy Council helps adults who want to read, write, and speak English better so they can achieve their goals for work, education, family life, and community involvement. Our caring, patient volunteer tutors provide free one-on-one tutoring for motivated adult learners across Sheboygan County.

Mental Health America

Mental Heath America is a nonprofit mental health resource center serving our community since 1953.  Our mission is to promote overall mental health through education, support, public health reform, and advocacy.  Our vision is to create mentally, healthy communities, where all individuals thrive.

Nourish Farms Inc.

Nourish Farms is a nonprofit organization based in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, serving as the good-food resource that teaches people through experiences, to grow good food, source good food, cook with good food, and eat good food so we can improve our health with good food.

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin Inc.

Planned Parenthood provides affordable, quality, and confidential health care to nearly 60,000 people each year in 22 health centers throughout Wisconsin.

Rainbow Kids Inc.

Rainbow Kids provides peer support to children and adults grieving a loss from a difficult life event.

RAYS-Runaway and Youth Services

RAYS Youth Services is a voluntary, community-based program open to all youth between school-age and 21 years of age. The program is designed to help prevent homelessness and decisions to become a runaway, while navigating youth through the process of transitioning to successful, healthy, and independent living via preventative outreach, education, and other critical resources. RAYS meets all youth where they are at within the community, using a trauma-informed perspective to build coping/social emotional skills, positive adult connections, and strong connections to their community. RAYS introduces youth to a variety of skills to help build emotional regulation and teaches life skills to foster independence, all while helping youth navigate a wide selection of community resources in order to help them set and reach personal goals.

Rebuilding Together Sheboygan County

Every home gets a custom repair plan based on priority needs to achieve a home that is warm, safe and dry. Our main projects occur on National Rebuilding Day, so that plan is also determined by what can be completed in one day. Our most common home repair services we take on include masonry, gutters, landscaping, painting, window replacement, door repair, flooring, porch/deck repair and builds, and cleaning. All of these services are done by our skilled tradepeople and unskilled volunteers.

Refugee Support Community Sheboygan

Refugee Support Community Sheboygan is action-oriented, flexible and fluid, respectful of cultural diversity, reaching out to identify and organize resources able to help. Support for refugees takes many forms: housing and housekeeping, education and tutoring English language learners, medical and dental needs, resume writing and getting jobs, transportation and learning to drive, food and nutrition, socialization, and administrative assistance, including help with Green Card applications. “Rolling up our sleeves,” working together, sharing our knowledge, expertise, and resources, we have made a difference.

Salvation Army of Sheboygan

The Salvation Army in Sheboygan will address various human needs, empower individuals toward self-sufficiency and share the Gospel.

Sheboygan Area Pay it Forward

Sheboygan Area Pay it Forward is a local non-profit dedicated to helping those in need. We provide assistance to individuals and families in our community that are in need of essential items. Our focus is on providing basic items, such as household items, toiletries, hygiene items, as well as support and education to help people in our community achieve a better quality of life. Join us in our mission to make Sheboygan a better place!

Our mission is to provide charitable and humanitarian services for the residents of Sheboygan County including but not limited to providing a safe space for those experiencing homelessness. 

Sheboygan County Food Bank

Sheboygan County Food Bank is leading Sheboygan County's efforts to increase the food security of its residents by distributing healthy emergency food and fostering innovative partnerships. Sheboygan County Food Bank distributes food to food pantries and other organizations in Sheboygan County that then put food into the hands of our neighbors who need it most.

Sheboygan County Head Start

Sheboygan County Head Start is a center-based preschool offering school readiness services for 3- & 4-year-olds at no cost to families that qualify, in addition, our program provides family development services.

Sheboygan County Interfaith Organization (SCIO)

Sheboygan County Interfaith Organization is a spiritually based organization of faith communities in Sheboygan County. Our shared values bring us together to educate and advocate for social justice, dignity, and to improve the quality of life for all people. We bridge the gap between community needs and partner resources.

Sheboygan County Warming Center

They are a group of inter-denominational churches, organizations and friends joining together to provide overnight shelter for any adults during the cold winter months.

Sheboygan Visual Artists

Their mission is to:

  • Empower visual artists through professional development and collaboration

  • Create opportunities for the community to experience and enjoy the visual arts

  • Promote member artists and their work

Open Mic Nights at WordHaven BookHouse

Takes place in the Writers Studio (921 N 8th) the first Wednesday of every month.

Led by local musician, Jon Doll, people in our community share their voices and talents through their fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and songs. It is an opportunity for people to learn from and with other folks; participants make meaningful and impactful connections to the material and each other throughout the experience. It is an inclusive event (rooted in equity) that celebrates peoples identities, thoughts, feelings, ideas, and needs.

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