Give the Gift of Hope

Serving our community by loving our neighbors.

Foundations for Living Waupaca offers various forms of assistance to our community members in order to help lay strong foundations for a brighter tomorrow.

Open November 1st through April 30th, our warming center is available to neighbors without a warm and secure place to sleep between the hours of 7pm and 7am.

Emergency services are provided for up to 3 days.  

**Intake: 7 – 9pm daily

For more information please call Foundations For Living, 715-942-2725 

We connect neighbors experiencing financial difficulty to resources to help make ends meet. Consultations available at the Foundation For Living Offices.

Walk-in    Monday through Thursday.  9am-1pm

By appointment   Monday through Friday.    9am – 4pm

Monday, Wednesday and Friday   9am-4pm

Saturdays  10am-2pm

“It’s not enough to have lived. We should be determined to live for something. May I suggest that it be creating joy for others, sharing what we have for the betterment of person-kind, bringing hope to the lost and love to the lonely.”
– Leo Buscaglia

a shared burden

Homelessness is a reality for communities across America. There are more than 500,000 people experiencing homelessness every year. This number includes families, veterans, and unaccompanied youth. Foundations For Living Waupaca is committed to the members of our community needing assistance on the road to self sustainability and success.

help for the hopeful

Foundations for Living Waupaca is a resource center for all of your Waupaca neighbors facing turbulent times. We offer various forms of support and education to empower individuals and families alike. No matter the hardship, we are here for all of Waupaca County.

parked in plain sight

There is an ever increasing phenomenon of individuals, and even families, living in their vehicles. Those who have lost their housing view the vehicle as the final option to keep a solid roof overhead, and even a distant sense of normalcy. We work to connect neighbors with the resources they need to reverse this situation.

changing the world starts with your neighborhood

"People who are homeless are not social 'inadequates'. They are people without homes."
-Sheila McKechnie