Released: October 6, 2020 MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers today directed Department of Health Services…
Seventy-one community organizations, including four in Dodge County, are recipients of the Marshfield Clinic Health System and Security Health Plan COVID-19 Community Support Fund.
The Health System and Security Health Plan supported the following organizations in Dodge County that are addressing new challenges unique to the pandemic:
- Horicon School District will use the funds it received to establish internet access for all families through the purchase of mobile hotspots, to ensure continued digital access for all families through the purchase of additional Chromebooks and to provide some meals for families in need.
- Dodgeland School District will use funds to provide books to its students in preschool through eighth grade. The books will be in the language that’s appropriate to the household, either English or Spanish, and come with learning activities.
- The Dodge County Food Pantry will use funds to fill the county’s increased need for food during the pandemic.
- YMCA of Dodge County received funding to help with purchasing meals and snack supplies, gross motoring equipment, art supplies and personal protective equipment.