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Support Our Brothers and  Sisters During This  Difficult Time

Immigrant families in Kenosha County are experiencing unprecedented hardship because of Covid 19. However, many of these families are not eligible for the federal and state programs created to provide economic relief. And now many find themselves unable to pay for basic necessities – especially rent and other housing costs. 

For this reason, CUSH has created a fund to support our Kenosha immigrant brothers and sisters.* 


Help us reach our $10,000 goal.


Please Donate What You Can And a special request for those of you fortunate enough to not need your stimulus check - please

consider donating part or all of it. 


All funds received will be held by CUSH specifically for the purpose of supporting immigrant families. 

How to make your tax-deductible donation: 1) On-line at www.cushkenosha.com (click the donate button above and in the comments, add immigration fundraiser), or 2) send your check payable to CUSH to PO Box 1324, Kenosha, WI 53141 


* We are working with the Racine Immigrant Support Initiative to administer our relief efforts. Information about the Racine Immigrant Support Initiative can be found at https://racineimmigrantsupport.com/


Things Happen.

Karen Kempinen

Affordable Housing

Task Force

January 2, 2020

January 2, 202 @ 10 am

at St. John's Lutheran Church

3833 8th Ave, Kennosha

We welcome you to come and be a part of this important work; it is work that touches on so many of the social issues that are relevant in Kenosha right now!


Anyone who is interested in being a part of The Affordable Housing Taskforce is encouraged to attend! 

Sandy Milligan

Immigration Task Force

January 16, 2020

All are welcome! Please join us on January 13, 2020 at 5:30 pm at Beth Hillel Temple.

Rich Mich


Task Force

January 26, 2020

Come join us at The Transportation Center in Kenosha for our monthly meeting

on January 26, 2020 at 1 pm. 

Madison Action Day Exceeds Expectations!

About 750 WISDOM members from all parts of Wisconsin made a big impact at the state capitol in Madison on Tuesday!  


WISDOM Leaders led reflections on the hard work of “building the Beloved Community,” including the challenges of radical inclusion, costly reconciliation and living for the seventh generation.  Speakers called on WISDOM leaders to work to reform ourselves, our own organizations, and the state we live in.


After lunch, Madison Action Day became a blocks-long procession to the Capitol, led by the 14-foot high Jingle Dress Puppet, created by Native people of northwestern Wisconsin, who prays for unity.


A rally on the Capitol steps called for racial equity, and a pledge to continue to lift our voices until every Wisconsinite knows justice.  WISDOM leaders then visited the offices of nearly every member of the Wisconsin State Senate and Assembly. Madison Action Day was an amazing display of unity, of shared purpose and of the power of organized people!

Download the Program Book with our issue positions and the values that drive us to work so hard for them.

Congregation-based Community Organizing


We are a coalition of congregations bound by our commitment to social justice. We believe in centering the voices of those most affected by issues in our community. We practice our faith by working together to change systems which harm us and our neighbors.



  • Public Education

  • Affordable Housing

  • ​Immigration Reform​

  • Criminal Justice Reform

  • Public Transportation

  • Voter Engagement  







We integrate anti-racism and anti-poverty into our issue work.

Contact Us


(262) 564-8223

5605 Sheridan Road
Kenosha, WI 53141