Achieve Brown County Receives $50,000 Donation from Wisconsin Public Service Foundation

Achieve Brown County is thrilled to announce that we have received a $50,000 donation made possible by a gift from Wisconsin Public Service Foundation. Wisconsin Public Service Foundation was a key initial investor in Achieve Brown County, and this gift demonstrates their continued commitment to the mission of Achieve Brown County. We are grateful for this donation, as it will support our collective impact efforts moving forward. 

Thanks to the donations received from our community partners, Achieve Brown County can help ALL children grow into healthy, successful adults. By aligning and supporting vital community organizations, together we provide valuable data, common measurements, and shared goals. We bring the community together to work hand-in-hand to support children from cradle to career. 



Schreiber Foods Supports Achieve Brown County with Proceeds of $110,000 from Golf Classic

Achieve Brown County was selected as a beneficiary for the 2018 Schreiber Charity Golf Classic, which was held on July 30th at Oneida Golf & Country Club, 207 Country Club Rd. Schreiber Foods supported Achieve Brown County with proceeds of $110,000. As players teed off, they helped children achieve their full potential through the support of Achieve Brown County in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The organization plans to use the funds from this event to support their work moving forward. 


“We are truly humbled to have been selected as a beneficiary, as there were so many worthy organizations,” said Adam Hardy, Executive Director of Achieve Brown County.  “Schreiber has been a driving force in Achieve Brown County and we continue to be so thankful for their support.”


Achieve Brown County helps all children grow into healthy, successful adults by aligning and supporting vital community organizations. They provide valuable data, common measurements, and shared goals, bringing the community together to support children from cradle to career. This contribution to Achieve Brown County’s collective impact effort will continue to drive positive change in the community.

The StriveTogether Wisconsin Partnership Receives Nearly $350,000 Grant

The Wisconsin Partnership, which includes Achieve Brown County, Building Our Future, Higher Expectations for Racine County and Milwaukee Succeeds, has received nearly $350,000 from StriveTogether, a national nonprofit working to bring communities together around data to make decisions and improve results for kids. The partnership will use its grant award to test, learn and spread strategies focused on advancing policy change within Wisconsin.

The grant award is part of StriveTogether’s Cradle to Career Community Challenge, which seeks to create local change to enable economic mobility. The program’s goal is to strengthen and align the many systems, such as education, employment, health and housing, that shape opportunity for children and families in America.

“We’re excited to have been selected from so many worthy applicants and look forward to continuing the work with our partners across the state,” said Adam Hardy, executive director of Achieve Brown County.

The Wisconsin Partnership will focus on addressing mobilization of systems-level barriers that prevent families from accessing high-quality early care and education through community engagement.

Through the Community Challenge, more than $20 million over the next three years will fund projects across the country that aim to shift public policy and engage the systems needed to help students progress from kindergarten to postsecondary completion and finding a job.

The Wisconsin Partnership’s grant is part of the Community Challenge’s Strategic Initiatives Fund, which supports projects working to advance policy change for children by engaging policy leaders, leading grassroots advocacy and coordinating efforts within state and local coalitions. The Wisconsin Partnership has one of seven policy-focused projects being awarded grants of up to $350,000 per year for three years.

About StriveTogether

StriveTogether leads a national movement of 70 communities to get better results in every child’s life. We coach and connect partners across the country to close gaps by using local data, especially for children of color and low-income children. Communities using our proven approach have seen measurable gains in kindergarten readiness, academic achievement and postsecondary success. The StriveTogether Cradle to Career Network reaches 10.4 million students, involves 10,800 organizations and has partners in 30 states and Washington, D.C. Visit