Ashland nonprofits get a donation from the Green Bay Packers.
Written by Jesse Baroka on October 14, 2020
ASHLAND – The Green Bay Packers Foundation makes donations to a pair of Ashland County nonprofits. According to the Daily Press the BRICK Ministries received $4,000 to support its benevolence program while the Ashland County Aging Unit received $3,000 to assist with program supplies. The two nonprofits are among more than 235 civic and charitable groups in Wisconsin sharing in $1 million from the Foundation. This year’s grant cycle focused on organizations that will direct the funds toward the need areas of elderly, homelessness, human services and hunger.