“Helping People, Changing Lives”
To promote economic and personal self-sufficiency and well-being of low to moderate income persons and families through service programs, advocacy, community education and resource development in Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc and Sheboygan counties and to enable and empower persons, parents and families through voluntary prevention, education and support programs.
Increasing Economic and Personal Self-Sufficiency in Door County, Manitowoc County, Sheboygan County, Kewaunee County, Calumet County, Outagamie County, Ozaukee County, Washington County and Waupaca County in Wisconsin.
- We believe everyone wants the best for themselves and for their families.
- We believe the community wants compassionate assistance for the less fortunate.
- We believe assistance for individuals and families in need can yield benefits for the community by establishing and promoting a caring environment where everyone is assured of support.
The words “Community Action” within our name describe our philosophy of operation. Our mission is to help individuals and families achieve economic self-sufficiency and well-being through results-based programming in Door County, Manitowoc County, Sheboygan County, Kewaunee County, Calumet County, Outagamie County, Ozaukee County, Washington County and Waupaca County. For many residents a number of conditions and situations work against achieving this objective. However, sometimes the greatest creativity emerges from the most difficult circumstances! We will continue to focus on our goals and to ally ourselves with community partners in addressing these conditions and situations.
Lakeshore CAP follows the Results Oriented Management and Accountability (ROMA) initiative designed to preserve the anti-poverty focus of community action and to promote greater effectiveness among state and local agencies receiving Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) funds. The six broad goals that have been established by ROMA are:
- Low-income people become more self-sufficient
- The conditions in which low-income people live are improved
- Low-income people own a stake in their community
- Partnerships among supporters and providers of services to low-income people are achieved
- Agencies increase their capacity to achieve results
- Low-income people, especially vulnerable populations, achieve their potential by strengthening family and other supportive systems
Lakeshore CAP is a known leader and integral partner in creating stable, vibrant communities where people have the opportunity to reach their full potential. For those who have worked with us over the years, we pledge our continued support and uphold the commitment to our alliance. For new partners in our initiatives, we look optimistically to our combined future efforts and pledge our skills, resourcefulness and dedication to meeting the challenges facing the communities in our service area.
In the spirit of the original act passed more than 50 years ago authorizing community action agencies, Lakeshore CAP will continue to work on the problems associated with poverty, families and hunger — for they will require our individual and collective attention.
Join us to further Lakeshore CAP’s mission, activities are developed that fulfill the following primary needs:
- Community services that meet basic needs for food, clothing and shelter
- Family development services that promote parent education and support
- Youth services that promote responsibility and accountability
- Housing services to promote safe, decent and affordable home ownership
- Skills programming that stimulates job and business development
- Door County
- Manitowoc County
- Sheboygan County
- Kewaunee County
- Calumet County
- Outagamie County
- Ozaukee County
- Washington County
- Waupaca County