GRANTS - GRANT STORIES
  Learning from technology

Technology grant provides results for children with autism.

OSHKOSH, WI - Many people think of an iPad as way to entertain for their own personal benefit.
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  Home Sweet Home

For Marlene Dega, there's no place like home.

After her husband passed away in 2008, Marlene couldn't bear the thought of leaving the home they had shared for nearly 50 years. But at 76 years old, the responsibility of running a household alone was becoming increasingly difficult. Read More
 
  Helping Hunger

When the Oshkosh Area Community Pantry opened its doors at 2551 Jackson Street last year, Executive Director Steve Vickman knew their new location and improved food offerings would vastly improve the client experience.

What he didn't expect was such a staggering increase in demand. Read More
 
  Seasonal Success

The Paine Art Center and Gardens wanted to try something different.

Although the holidays are typically the busiest time of year for historic homes, the Paine wanted to establish a new holiday attraction that would engage and inspire visitors from throughout the state. So in 2007, the Paine staff created a one-of-a-kind, interactive exhibit based on the traditional holiday tale, The Nutcracker. Read More
 
  Room with a View

When Park View Health Center opened its new facility in 2008, space was at a premium.

"We needed additional square footage to better accommodate wheelchairs and other special equipment," says Margie Rankin, Park View Health Center administrator. "But we didn't have the flexibility in the budget to expand the rooms any further." Read More
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