Support the 13th Annual Banquet/Yearbook

JOSHUA is an interfaith, nonprofit organization that works to impact areas of poverty and oppression that affect the lives of families and individuals in Brown County. We work with people of faith, individuals facing the issues we are working to change, and supportive community partners to act on core values and build a better community for all.

On Friday, November 10th 2017, JOSHUA will be celebrating out 13th year of doing justice in Brown County WI! We are asking that you please consider supporting our 13th Annual JOSHUA Banquet by purchasing an ad in the 2017 yearbook, donating a silent auction item, or be an underwriter of the 2017 13th Annual Banquet. All proceeds from the yearbook, silent auction, and banquet will be going directly to JOSHUA and our work for justice in our local Brown County Community.

2017 JOSHUA Yearbook
The advertisement you place in the JOSHUA annual program book will be distributed to all who attend the banquet and will be available at all member congregations. JOSHUA will also distribute over 2500 books to community and business leaders throughout the year.
Download the Ad Order Form and submit it today!

Donating a silent auction item
For your generosity, you will receive recognition during the silent auction and on our local JOSHUA website and facebook page. You will also have an opportunity to provide business information beside your auction item. Your business (or you) will receive great exposure, be provided with a letter for your tax deductible donation.
Download the Silent Auction Form to learn more!

Underwriting our banquet
The JOSHUA Annual Banquet has many expenses from renting a hall, meals, mileage payments for keynote speakers, awards for recipients, and printing costs to just name a few. In order to make the banquet as profitable as possible, we look to business, congregations, clubs, and organizations to underwrite the banquet.
Download the Underwriting Form to learn more!

We are asking for your continued support in the investment of the good work of JOSHUA and in the vision of a community of people working for the common good. By supporting our 13th Annual JOSHUA Banquet, you are joining other voices and efforts to build a just and compassionate community in Brown County.

Sincerely,

JOSHUA Leadership Team
Jim Soletski, Rev Marian Boyle Rohloff, Judy Winney