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The Neenah-Menasha Emergency Society began in 1906 by eight women as a response to a catastrophic earthquake in San Francisco and their desire to make a practical difference in the lives of those impacted. Over the years the number of members and their mission grew to what it is today. We are now made up of over 30 volunteers, committed to our mission and to the communities we serve by driving Meals on Wheels routes, providing backpacks and school supplies to students, and meeting monthly to allocate resources to those in our community who need a little assistance meeting core needs. If this sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, email us today to see if membership is for you!

Marianne Alexander

Patricia Bowen
Stephanie Emenecker

Jess Fagan

Diane Ferraro

Amy Gaerthofner
Jennifer Hein

Alexandra Hittle

Anastasia Horan

Amanda Izquierdo
Joellyn Key
Christina Klinkhammer
Lisa Komblevicz

Kaye Krueger

Amanda LaMarche

Sue Larson

Julie Last

Sunhi Lundeen

Stacey Manteufel

Leslie Mayer

Deb Matheny

Nicole Mertes

Emily Montalbano
Holly Muggenthaler
Marcia Nicholson

Kris Rankin
Christine Rondeau

Royal Rondeau
Casey Sullivan
Chris Wilharm

Betsy Wilson

Nikki Winiecki


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NMES provides financial and school-related assistance to families in the Neenah-Menasha area who meet certain eligibility requirements and are referred to us by local agencies. To qualify for our programs, you must be referred by a school counselor or by an aid organization such as LEAVEN or St. Vincent de Paul. For other inquiries about how you can donate, attend our fundraising events, or become a member, please send us an email and we will respond as soon as possible.

Neenah-Menasha Emergency Society
PO Box 744
Neenah, WI  54957-0744

"The purpose of human life is to serve and to show compassion and the will to help others."

Albert Schweitzer

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