Stoughton Area
Community Foundation

Stoughton, WI 53589
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The Stoughton Area Resource Team, Inc. (START) provides a safety net for those in crisis. Recently, a 30-year old single father of two struggled to find work, to pay for daycare for his children and to secure a home; so much time was spent homeless and hopeless.

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Stoughton United Ministries


525 Lincoln Ave.
Stoughton, WI 53589

Contact Name: Dorothy Petersen
Organization Profile
Grants Info
Pathways to Self-Sufficiency - 2015 Amount Funded: $3,000.00
Provides intensive, long-term case management, mental health counseling, life and vocational skills training, housing assistance, transportation, and job search assistance for persons at or near the federal poverty guidelines

Affordable Transportation Services - 2012 Amount Funded: $4,000.00
Funds will provide free round trip transportation between Stoughton & Madison, weekdays from 7am to 9pm for low income residents of SASD who are at or below federal poverty guidelines. Servicing over 100 individuals.

Pathways to Self-Sufficiency - 2013 Amount Funded: $2,000.00
Provides intensive, long-term case management, mental health counseling, life and vocational skills training, housing assistance, transportation, and job search assistance for persons at or near the federal poverty guidelines

Affordable Transportation Services - 2015 Amount Funded: $3,000.00
Funds will provide free round trip transportation between Stoughton & Madison, weekdays from 7am to 9pm for low income residents of SASD who are at or below federal poverty guidelines. Servicing over 100 individuals.

Affordable Transportation - 2014 Amount Funded: $2,250.00
Funds will provide free round trip transportation between Stoughton & Madison, weekdays from 7am to 9pm for low income residents of SASD who are at or below federal poverty guidelines. Servicing over 100 individuals.

Pathways to Self-Sufficiency - 2014 Amount Funded: $2,250.00
Provides intensive, long-term case management, mental health counseling, life and vocational skills training, housing assistance, transportation, and job search assistance for persons at or near the federal poverty guidelines.

Affordable Transportation - 2013 Amount Funded: $2,000.00
Funds will provide free round trip transportation between Stoughton & Madison, weekdays from 7am to 9pm for low income residents of SASD who are at or below federal poverty guidelines. Servicing over 100 individuals.