Our State is Home to 2 Million in Need

Our State is Home to 2 Million in Need

While Wisconsin’s poverty rate is lower than the national average, according to a recent report by the Coalition on Human Needs and 9 to 5 Wisconsin — it’s still important to realize that more than 2 million people live either in or near poverty in our state. The breakdown includes

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Give Back Bus Invades Hope Factory

As we settle into our new home at the Hope Factory in Little Chute, we’ve been lucky to host some larger groups of volunteers now that we have space. In February, the Volunteer Fox Cities Give Back Bus dropped by with a busload of 20 employees from Great Northern Corporation

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Going Up a Size: Hope Factory Makes More Room for Impact

Most people have moved a time or time in their lives, and you probably remember the sea of boxes you sorted while rediscovering how to organize your new space. Jake’s Diapers is excited to be settled into our new location in Little Chute, a home we refer to now as

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Diaper Wars Drive Donations and Awareness

Poverty paints a lot of pictures, some more common than others: children in a third world country, hungry and wearing tattered clothes; homeless men and women, dirty and huddled on a street block in a large city; a person standing near a busy highway, desperately holding onto a sign asking

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The Bottom Line: February 2019

From the Director’s Desk 4,427 is a number that fills me with endless hope and relentless joy. 4,427 individuals now are cleaner, drier, and healthier thanks to YOU! The impact of diapers goes beyond just the person relying on them- through you, we’re empowering families. Families like Alice’s. Alice is

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