Couleecap News Releases and Media Alerts
4.1.2019 Festival Foods Supports Couleecap's Homeless Programs
Westby, WI - Couleecap, Inc. is honored to announce that it has been awarded a grant for $1,000 from Festival Foods. “Our Supportive Housing Program serves individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness,” said Kim Cable, Couleecap’s Housing and Community Services Director. “We appreciate Festival Food’s support and the positive impact it has on our community.” Click Here for the Full News Release.
3.18.2019 Couleecap Prepares for Changes to Homeless Programs
Westby, WI - Couleecap, Inc. received notification from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that one of the agency’s programs servicing homeless individuals and families with disabling conditions will no longer be funded after June. The program, named New Hope, currently houses 19 households consisting of 35 people. Couleecap will continue to operate a variety of other permanent supportive housing and homeless prevention programs in the Coulee Region. Click Here for Full News Release.
2.13.2019 Couleecap Awarded by Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Entrepreneurial Support Program
La Crosse, WI - Couleecap and its economic development partners have been awarded the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) Entrepreneurial Support Grant. This is the third year that Couleecap has received the award. The program supports the promotion of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial education, mentorship and training, and business and job development. The WEDC awarded $500,000 in matching grants statewide. Click Here for the Full News Release.
12.21.2018 Crawford County Community Fund Supports Couleecap's Homeless Prevention Program
Prairie du Chien, WI - Couleecap is pleased to announce it has been awarded a grant for $500 from the Crawford County Community Fund. “The Crawford County Community Fund’s support will provide needed assistance to people not yet literally homeless, but at imminent risk of being evicted from their homes, and who have absolutely nowhere else to go,” said Kim Cable, Couleecap’s Housing & Community Services Director. Click Here for the Full News Release.