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Oconto County School Supply Drive Inc.

Our Mission:  To provide the youth of our communities with equal access to the school supplies needed to encourage learning and success.

est. 2019

About the Drive

The Oconto County School Supply Drive was started in January of 2020.  The program is a 501c(3) Non-Profit organization that serves Oconto County students and families that need the financial assistance in purchasing school supplies.  Students must be enrolled in an Oconto County School to qualify.  Once registered, students will receive a backpack filled with the school supplies they need for a successful school year.  Supplies are distributed based on availability and the order in which registrations are received. 

 

​Monetary and supply donations are always accepted at:

American Family Insurance- Kevin Huggett Agency Inc. 

215 Main St. Oconto, WI  54153

and the donation link below

Thank You in advance for your support! 

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How You Can Help

Support from Community makes us Stronger!

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Volunteer your Time

We are always looking for help sorting, counting and organizing supplies.  Please contact Amy or Brittney @ 920-883-7713 to set up a time to volunteer.

Make a Donation

Your support and donations are what keep the OCSSD going strong!  Please click below to make a donations.  Monetary and supply donations can also be mailed or dropped off at: 215 Main St. Oconto, WI  54153


View our Wish List

Please take a few minutes to review our Wish LIst.  We are regularly updating what school supplies we are in need of.

THANK YOU to our 2023-2024 Sponsors! 
We are currently accepting donations for this year's distribution!
FOUNDING SPONSORS
American Family Insurance- Kevin Huggett Agency Inc.
Westy's Trucking
GFWC Oconto Women's Club
Stephenson National Bank
KCS International Inc. Cruisers Yachts
Stewarts Heating and Cooling
Chiropractic Advantage
Unlimited Services

HERO
Leon H. & Clymene M. Bond Foundation Inc. 
Procter and Gamble 

CHAMPION
Hometown Veterinary Clinic
Thompson's County Market

Oconto County Lumber
Iverson's Piggly Wiggly
McDonalds - Killian Mgmt. Services
Cornerstone Nutrition
Kobussen Buses Ltd.

ADVOCATE
Knights of Columbus- Oconto
Macco's Floor Covering Center
The Staff at Bellin Hospital Oconto

ACTIVIST
Oconto Lions Club
The Flower Shoppe Inc. 
Chrysler World
Alsteen Farms 
United True Value

Prevea Health Oconto
Robin with Health Partners
Patzer Farm

Casey's Tree Service
Karen Nygren
Jessica Geniesse
Stacy Dequaine
Lynn Exferd

Danielle Perrizo
Donna LaPlante
State Farm - Margie Daul

The Good Place
K&R Savings Corner LLC
Kountry Pumpers
Zahn's Farms
Shake A Burger 

LY Photography
Shana Weinhold
The Patriot Golf Club 
Kiwanis Club of Oconto
Oconto Fire Dept - Local 2739
Cathy Augustine
Jodi Howard

Sheri Guse
Blue Devils Trap Team
GMSP
Jon & Christina Brzozowski 
Kathleen McDougal

Peter and Patty Gabrielson
Scott & Pam Johnson
Joel Noel
Jenny McKeefry
Nancy Woodward
Cadence Duffy
Brigette Finger

Suzie Shew
Vicki Denessen
Sherri Paris
Bill and Sheri Leege
Patsy Bake
Lauren Bake
Brenda Walkowiak
The Vandenbogart Family
Albert and Louise Powers
One Call Contracting

Los Magueyes
Candis Dequaine
Becky Wendt
Judie Zerilli
Marie Slempkes

 

No-Show Policy for School Supply pick up

 1. Notification of Pickup Date: Once the school supplies are ready for pickup, the beneficiaries will be notified by text or any other preferred means of communication about the date, time, and location for their pickup.

 2. Confirmation of Pickup: Beneficiaries are required to confirm their availability for the said date. In case they cannot make it, they are expected to communicate this to the organization within 48 hours of receiving the pickup notification.

 3. Failure to Show Up: If beneficiaries fail to show up on the agreed date and time without any prior communication their school supplies will be immediately reallocated to the next person on the waiting list. 

 4. Rescheduling: If beneficiaries anticipate they cannot make it on the agreed date, they must inform the organization at least 48 hours in advance. An alternative pickup date may be arranged, depending on the situation and supply availability.

 

This policy ensures fair distribution of school supplies to all beneficiaries and encourages commitment and respect for the pickup schedule. It aims to serve as many individuals as possible within the resource limitations of the organization.  Supply distribution is based on order of registration and availability.  Thank you 

Registration
      Each student must be submitted via form. 

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