Non-profit & Community Organizations

Agricultural Heritage & Resources Inc. was founded in 1994 as a not-for-profit educational organization concerned about the need to preserve and promote the agricultural based heritage of Brown, Door, Kewaunee, and Manitowoc Counties. Since the gift of the farmstead, Agricultural Heritage & Resources has committed to bring events and activities to these very special facilities that focus on community and family.

American Legion Post 29

A patriotic veterans’ organization devoted to mutual helpfulness.  The Nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization committed to mentoring youth and sponsoring wholesome programs in our community, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion for our fellow service members and veterans.  Contact Jeff Vollenwieder at 388-3565 for information and meeting times.

Kewaunee Rescue provides EMT services to the communities of Kewaunee, West Kewaunee, Carlton, and parts of Casco, Pierce, and Ahnapee townships   Currently we have 3 ambulances, an ATV and rescue sled, 18 EMT-Intermediates, 12 EMT-Basics, and 6 Drivers.  If you are interested in learning more, contact Kewaunee City Hall at 920-388-5000.

KAC' provides classes in a wide variety of art forms, specialized crafts, painting, drawing, culinary arts, quilting and sewing.  

Kewaunee County Food Pantry is located at 1528 Sunset Avenue in Algoma.  The services are available to all families in Kewaunee County.  A used furniture store is also available to those in need.  

It is the mission of the Kewaunee County Garden club to support the horticulture efforts of the people and communities of the county with volunteer work, education, and example.

The Kewaunee Fire Department Auxiliary supports the efforts of the Kewaunee Fire Department and its volunteers.  The Auxiliary holds two brat fry's at Lakehaven each year.

The Kewaunee County Association for Home & Community Education, Inc. is a non-profit organization which:

  1. Provides educational opportunities for people and communities that will meet their current and future needs.

  2. Improves the leadership and decision making skills of its members.

  3. Provides opportunities to serve the communities in which members live.

The Kewaunee Lions were founded in 1953 by members of the Two Rivers Lions Club.  We operate under the constitution and by-laws of Lions Club International.  We continue to back our core programs of sight, hearing, diabetes, and helping those in need that are less fortunate.  We embrace all people as members, male and female alike.  We have students to retired as members of our Club.  Our motto is “We Serve”. 

Optimist club meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7 am at Kunkels Corner. 

Rotary is an organization of business and professional persons united world-wide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

Lakeshore Community Pantry operates a food pantry located at Holy Rosary Church basement and open Wednesday’s from 1 to 3 p.m.  We also operate a thrift store at 233 Ellis Street, open Monday, Tuesday and Friday from 10 am until 2 pm, Wednesday from 11 am until 4 pm and Thursday from 10 am until 4 pm.  Our mission is to help meet the physical needs of those in  the Kewaunee Community by providing food, clothing and household goods to those in need. 

Our club is located in Kewaunee County, Wisconsin. We are a hard working, active club that that promotes Conservation, Education, and Sportsmanship relating to all outdoor pursuits. Our club house/barn resides on 70 acres that is managed for local wildlife as well as recreational opportunities for our members.

The VIP is a nonprofit domestic violence and sexual assault victim service provider in Kewaunee County.  VIP’s services extend to all victims of domestic violence and sexual assault regardless of sex, age, race, religion, or sexual orientation.  Services include crisis counseling, 24-hour Helpline, legal medical and personal advocacy, information and referral, support groups, emergency housing services, safety planning, transportation, follow-up, transitional living assistance and supervised visitation and exchange services. 

To provide an educational opportunity to all visitors of Bruemmer Park Zoo.  We stress an understanding of, and respect for, all living things.  We seek to enhance and promote a dignified and aesthetically pleasing environment for all out animals.

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Schools/Education

 

Holy Rosary School empowers students to achieve academic excellence while instilling a solid faith foundation to help them become better stewards in their community.

The Kewaunee School District is committed to providing quality educational opportunities that unlock each student's potential thus allowing every student to fulfill his/her dreams. We will empower the students of today by preparing them for the world of tomorrow.  Click here to read more about Kewaunee Schools!

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Municipalities/Chambers of Commerce

 

Kewaunee is located on the shore of Lake Michigan, and is one of Wisconsin's classic harbor towns featuring great fishing, great people, and big ambitions!

The Kewaunee Economic Development Corporation works pro-actively to retain, expand, develop and attract businesses that strengthen the economy of Kewaunee County. As the economy and markets transition, KCEDC helps business and local communities prepare and partner for adaptation and improvement.

MAGIC will provide support and leadership for the growth of the Mishicot area. This program will promote Mishicot’s cultural heritage, improve community pride and work to revitalize the downtown district.

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Kewaunee, WI 54216

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