SPBA Supports Big Brothers and Big Sisters WI Shoreline
Tuesday, 09 May 2023
The Sheboygan Police Benevolent Association is proud to support the 1-to-1 mentoring relationships that Big Brothers and Big Sisters WI Shoreline provides to youth in our community. Through these relationships, volunteers help children achieve: greater confidence, avoidance of risky behaviors, and educational success.
SPBA Donates to Above and Beyond Children's Museum
Thursday, 26 January 2023
Today, we were fortunate to offer financial support to the Above & Beyond Children's Museum towards their re-opening efforts. Sadly, this wonderful community resource for our local kids sustained serious damage after below-zero temperatures caused water pipes and the sprinkler system to burst on Christmas Day, doing damage to all four floors of the building. Many of our local community partners are also helping out, including an upcoming fundraising event at 3 Sh...
Last week, we donated $500.00 to the Sheboygan Rifle & Pistol Club. This donation is made to help fund their youth hunter safety program. We are proud to partner with this great organization to support our community's youth.
Last month, the Sheboygan Police Benevolent Association had the pleasure of presenting a $2,500 donation check to the Sheboygan County Food Bank. The Sheboygan County Food Bank is working diligently to help those in need and we are so happy to support their mission. Sheboygan is so fortunate to have this resource available to those needing a little extra support.
Police Benevolent donates $10,000 to school district
Thursday, 20 January 2022
SHEBOYGAN – The Sheboygan Police Benevolent Association (SPBA) has donated
$10,000 to the Sheboygan Area School District (SASD) to help support kids in need.
The donation will be used to replenish food and supply pantries at SASD schools, which
are utilized by students and their families.
In December, the Police Benevolent board of directors became aware that a significant
number of local families experience food insecurity, meaning the family lacks sufficient
foods in the home to meet the ...