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Project Number Description Status
Increase the amount of print materials written in Spanish within the community  Not Started
CC-CR-6  Encourage language learning by connecting community members with the language learning resources in Monroe, including the Monroe High School, Black Hawk Technical College, and UW-Extension.
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Promote volunteer opportunities through the use of marketing materials targeting all age demographics, such as flyers, radio announcements, social media, and other options.
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Support, and look to further develop, existing leadership courses.
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Encourage diversity and inclusiveness in employment and training participation.
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Encourage businesses to extend their hours and be open on the weekends.
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Identify an established organization with strong communication links with businesses to facilitate coordinated communication regarding community resources in need of funding.
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Create a centralized database of organizations looking for funding, organized by mission and purpose, with specific projects needing funding -- to build awareness around community needs and connect donors with organizations
In Process
Coordinate educational outreach to businesses, financial planners, accountants, and other key stakeholders regarding the benefits of estate planning to both the giver and receiving organization.
Not Started
Develop procurement processes within public and private organizations that prioritize, or set quotas for, procurement of goods and materials from local businesses.
Not Started

CC-CR-19  Analyze staffing levels of organizations and businesses focused on seniors to determine if/where staffing changes are necessary.
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Leverage the arts in juvenile justice programs.
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Leverage the arts to improve mental health in the community.
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Establish a volunteer skills bank where people complete a skills assessment survey listing skills that might be beneficial to the community.
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Hold events and classes for community members to share skills with one another, including crafting, home improvement, sport skills, and others.
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Increase community gathering places for all age groups, especially younger adults.
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Encourage more businesses to enroll participants in Green County Leaders.
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