Our Funding

 

The Neighbors’ Place’s community support for 2021 was $860,427 – not including donated food. Our funding comes primarily from the generosity of individuals, churches, organizations, and businesses. We actively apply for grants from local and regional foundations as well.

A small staff operates TNP with the help of about 2,000 dedicated volunteers who share their time with clients, provide program & administrative support, assist with events, serve on committees, and so much more.

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The Marathon County community has a long tradition of responding to those in need. Our funding primarily comes from the generosity of individuals, churches, organizations, and businesses, as well as grants from local and regional foundations and government. We are also a United Way partner.

 

You can make a positive difference in your neighbors’ lives through volunteerismfinancial contributions, in-kind donations of household items, and perishable or nonperishable food. There are also mutually beneficial partnership opportunitiesContributions are tax-deductible.

Annual Reports