November 10-12, 2017 Green Lake Conference Center
W2511 State Highway 23, Green Lake, Wisconsin 54941
We are extremely grateful for our sponsors. Without the support of these individuals and organizations Umoja would not be able to provide the quality programming you encountered this weekend. Please let them know how much you appreciate their support of Umoja.
• The Wallace Foundation
• PARC Southern Region, Catholic Charities of Madison
• Diversified Woodcrafts, Inc.
• Coalition for Children, Youth and Families
• The Kraft Foundation
• The Schmeigh Family
The following Umoja Families: Dominowski, Logee
Hernersky, Ryno, Willgrubs
• Reynebeau Cookies and the Umoja families that sold them
• Jim & Debbie Moore
• Amazon Smile
• Rainbow books
GIFTS IN KIND
• 20/20 Enterprises
• NEW Family Services - Post Adoption Resources
• Reynebeau Cookies
• St. Norbert College, DePere WI
• Xavier High School, Appleton WI
• Dr. Sabrina Robins
• Dr. Bola Delano-Oriaran &
the St. Norbert College Teacher Education Dept., De Pere, WI
• Ms. Pat Tate
• Mr. Keith Brown
• Amy Steuer and Judi Hoang of PARC Southern Region
• Heather Hansen of PARC of Family Services, Green Bay
• Lynn Shaw
• Tammy Kohlman of Bethany Christian Services
• Jess Haven of the Coalition for Children, Youth & Families
• King's Barber Shop (Wood and Nitta)
• Bobbie Lovell (t-shirt design)
Special thanks goes to Amy Steuer and Heather Hanson of Post Adoption Resources, and Jess Haven of the Coalition for Children, Youth and Families. Without their hard work Umoja would not be able to provide you with all the valuable resources and it is possible that Umoja would not exist. They work hard all year long to get the word out to adoption caseworkers throughout the state.
Numerous families have stepped up over the past few years. Bobbie Lovell has designed our t-shirts, Lynn Shaw has worked with Rainbow Books to bring Afro-centric books. Lisa Mader, the Philhower, Sevilla, and Bauer-Shimek families helped with our Oktoberfest Cookie Booth fundraiser sales. Numerous families donated items for our silent auction which was organized by Mary Ann Willgrubs and Renee Logee-Hensersky. Danae Steele made the beautiful Umoja quilt. Thank you all for supporting Umoja families through your hard work and dedication.
Umoja, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Your donation may be tax-deductible. Please consult your tax professional.