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Published by VC_Marketing, 2019-11-22 16:51:50

More Space, More Ways to Serve

303 Expansion Project


Since opening the doors of The Hub, our community-wide volunteer connections have soared by 20%.
An expansion of our incredible space at 303 Water Street empowers us to think bigger
and explore brand new ways to engage today’s volunteer.

[email protected] | (262) 338.8256 | 303 Water Street, West Bend


People often use the word “bright” to describe OPENING DOORS FOR OTHER
co ee, and our future is definitely bright at 303 COMMUNITY EVENTS
Water Street. We’re thrilled for the opportunity to
purchase our building at the current home of the The possibilities are endless when it comes to events that
Volunteer Center and The Hub—Social Good will benefit the community and the mission-driven e orts
Brews. We’ve seen a 20% increase in volunteerism of the Volunteer Center. Some ideas include educational
since we opened The Hub last year, and now we workshops, hands-on volunteer activities, fundraisers,
hope to have an expanded space for increased and more! Our community members are excited and
we’re actively listening to their input on how to make the
e orts for us and our nonprofit partners. most of this investment in our community.

Here are just a few of the many EXPANDING THE HUB
reasons we’re excited:
With the newly acquired space, we’ll also be expanding the
SECURING THE FUTURE capabilities of The Hub. We’re looking to install an on-site
OF THE HUB commercial kitchen that will improve the quality,
e ciency and cost e ectiveness of food preparation for
The Hub co ee shop has become a popular gathering The Hub and other Volunteer Center events. We’re also
space in a key area in Downtown West Bend, with all excited to o er more space to co ee shop visitors,
tips benefiting local nonprofits...over $53,000 and whether for studying, gathering with friends or doing an
counting! We couldn’t risk the uncertainty involved if on-site volunteer project.
someone else had purchased our building. By securing
this location, we’re ensuring the long-term future of
The Hub and its impact in our community.


STRENGTHENING It’s no secret that we wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for
THE VOLUNTEER CENTER the continued support of our volunteers and donors.
Hub volunteers have already shared more than
We’ve been serving Washington County since 1983. 16,000 hours supporting this important cause. When
With core programs like the Do Good Bus and Camp we decided to purchase the building, we received full
Super Hero successfully engaging people in meaningful support from our major donors, giving us the
service, we’re always seeking ways to connect with new confidence that this investment would strengthen our
volunteers. We look forward to the endless opportunities mission for years to come.
at 303 Water Street to raise awareness of nonprofits and
their volunteer needs. Our community is stronger when INVESTING IN
people realize their power to make a di erence! A GREAT LOCATION

e MEETING THE NEEDS OF Our location in Downtown West Bend is a hotbed for
e OUR NONPROFIT PARTNERS activity and community. It’s by the river and
downtown area, and right next to the Museum of
The Volunteer Center supports more than 50 local Wisconsin Art and the Eisenbahn Trail. And it might
nonprofits and we know there’s a demand for low or get even better with the potential additions of a hotel
no-cost meeting and event space. Our new space will and an active senior living center less than a block
o er our partners the room they need for classes, away. This area is growing, and we’re happy to be at
presentations, board meetings and other events. Plus, the heart of it all!
we hope to strengthen our support through new
volunteer connections as we continue to encourage
community involvement.


The demand for our services continues to grow and now is our time to be bold.
An expanded community space will o er more ways to inspire volunteerism,

strengthen our sustainable funding e orts and support our
hardworking nonprofit community. Please consider contributing
to the completion of this project and securing our future in the community.

“As a neighbor to The Hub, the sta and
members of Ozaukee Washington Land Trust
love walking down the Eisenbahn Trail from our
West Bend Train Depot o ce to grab a cup of
co ee with a new volunteer or supporter. You
can’t always plan on your co ee run being a
quick trip, because you’re likely to run into
familiar faces and launch a conversation about
the latest project in our community.

That’s precisely the bold idea of The Hub. Sitting
down with new and old connections to realize all
the good that is and will be for our community.
Ozaukee Washington Land Trust’s proximity to
The Hub, as well as other nonprofits in the area,
make the expansion of The Hub an attractive
proposal for the community … having available
meeting space located in such a convenient,
central location is a welcome asset.”

Tom Stolp
Executive Director
Ozaukee Washington Land Trust


[email protected] | (262) 338.8256 | 303 Water Street, West Bend

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