Campaign Information

United Way Campaign

United Way Reach in the Community

The world around us is changing and I believe that we need United Way more than ever. The future requires that we must evolve to meet the growing needs of our community while honoring our founding principles. In 2020, we will continue our work ensuring Ozaukee residents have the basics like food, clothing and safe and stable housing, while increasing cross-sector resources on challenging, complex issues such as improving the emotional and behavioral health among youth and adults.
United Way is working to raise $360,000 to advance critical new programs that address issues related to homelessness, children’s advocacy, and social and emotional health.

Meet the Campaign Team

United Way of Northern Ozaukee (UWNO) kicked off its 2019-20 fundraising campaign in September with the deployment of additional volunteer power and voices united in tackling local challenges to build a more resilient Ozaukee County.
Our Honorary Co-Chairs are:
Marc and Grace Eernisse of Eernisse Funeral Homes
Holly Ryan, a collaborative partner with UWNO and executive director for the Jail Literacy Program in Ozaukee County. 
Members of the volunteer campaign cabinet are:
Jim Asplin, Newport Wealth Management
Brian Barber, Lake Financial Group
Pat Foy, former executive at FIS and Fiserv
Joe Graf, former president of the Volunteer Center of Ozaukee
Bob Henkle, community volunteer
Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren of Milwaukee
Carol Hertz, former curriculum director for Cedarburg School District
Karl Hertz, former superintendent of Mequon-Thiensville School District
Maureen Squire, community volunteer
Jim Asplin, Bob Henkle and Joe Graf are returning for a second term on the cabinet.
All members are long-time community residents committed to serving and making Ozaukee County stronger. They believe in the power of collaboration to deliver impactful solutions for challenges faced by those in the community.