Mom and toddler in Santa hats sitting by Christmas tree.

Giving Trees

The 2023 season of giving is here! For the last several years, we have made an effort to support our community during the holiday season through our Giving Trees campaign. This campaign has grown and evolved throughout the years, but the tradition still lives on. See how you can help and learn more about this year's recipients below!

Red string ornaments.

What a bright time,
it's the right time... to give to those in need
While the holiday season is often filled with joy, laughter, warmth, and family, it can also be filled with anxiety, fear, loss, and suffering for those around us who don't have access to basic necessities. As we prepare for temperature drops and snowy driveways, we reflect and appreciate the things many take for granted, like access to food and hygiene products, a warm bed to sleep in, or a roof over our heads.
Through Capital Credit Union's Giving Trees program, we hope to bring awareness and resources to members of our community who are struggling to gain access to these basic needs. The nonprofits highlighted below each work tirelessly to ensure everyone in their community has access to these vital resources.
We encourage you to join our efforts this season and give back through our Giving Trees program. Donations can be made in branch lobbies or by clicking the "Give Now" buttons below.

Green Bay - New Community Shelter

Green Bay New Community Shelter logo.

The New Community Shelter is the only Emergency Shelter in Brown County open year-round, that serves homeless adult men and women.

Appleton - COTS

Appleton Cots, Xmas logo.

COTS, Inc. provides transitional shelter to individuals experiencing homelessness in Outagamie, Winnebago, Green Lake, and Calumet counties.

Oshkosh - Day By Day Shelter
Day by Day logo.

Day By Day Shelter collaboratively provides temporary shelter, individualized services, and opportunities for self-sufficiency to empower the most vulnerable adults in the Oshkosh area.

Shawano - SAM25
Sam25 logo

Shawano Area Matthew 25 (SAM25) helps those affected by poverty improve their circumstances to become self-sufficient and have a better future by providing meals, shelter, and access to medical care and community resources.

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Door County - Lakeshore CAP
Lakeshore Cap logo.

Lakeshore CAP’s Door County Food Pantry is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit program that provides on-going and emergency healthy food assistance to low and limited income residents. 

Red string ornaments.