By amplifying our voice, we can increase our community’s commitment to healthy and safe behaviors in the evolving fight against COVID-19.
“Green Lake County took the pledge to ‘Be Safe’ because we believe it is one simple way to help decrease the spread of COVID-19. Scientific studies have proven that masks are an effective tool in the fight against COVID-19 and we think it is important for everyone to do their part to keep our families and communities safe.”
Kathy Munsey, RN, BSN, Green Lake County Health Officer
“Our community and our nation are depending on each individual and organization to do everything possible to control the spread of this highly contagious and deadly virus. Other countries have figured this out; we can too. Let’s do what’s necessary now to build more quickly toward a healthy future and economic recovery. We can do this!”
Dr. Susan May, President and CEO, Fox Valley Technical College
“Ahava Salon and Spa is taking the pledge to be safe because we feel it’s our responsibility to keep guests and employees as safe and healthy as possible. This community is important to us, and it is necessary to do our part.”
Bre, Owner, Ahava Salon and Spa
“One of Great Northern’s core values is Shared Future, with our employees, customers and community. Be Safe Wisconsin exemplifies the essence of this value. It’s about taking care of ourselves and others by making smart decisions, both big and small, that keep us all healthy and moving forward.”
Great Northern Corporation
“Future Neenah is an organization that frequently gathers the community as a means of promoting cultural and economic vitality so we are taking the pledge to Be Safe. Connection is essential. Community is essential. We’re here to help with both.”
“Menasha Corporation has a long history of ensuring the communities where we operate are safe and thriving. Partnering with Be Safe Wisconsin is an ideal way to work together with our communities to slow the spread of COVID-19. A unified approach like Be Safe Wisconsin puts all people first — our community’s health care workers, our neighbors and citizens, and the many employees of Menasha Corporation. By working together in taking precautions, we can help mitigate the effects of the pandemic in our region.”
Jim Kotek, President and CEO, Menasha Corporation
“The Fox Valley Veterans Council is taking the pledge to Be Safe because not only are we here to serve our Fox Valley Area Veterans’ basic needs, we also support efforts to maintain their health and safety. As the Community Veterans Engagement Board (CVEB) for the Northeastern Region of Wisconsin, we collaborate with resources, both veteran and public within the communities we cover. It is our goal to provide inclusive and integrated programs including Be Safe.”
Fox Valley Veterans Council, Inc.
“As our New North business and community environment opens up, it is still critically important that we continue our social distancing, sanitary practices, and mask or face coverings while out in public. These actions will help in fighting this virus and advance our economic recovery efforts.”
Barb LaMue, Executive Director, New North, Inc.
“The health, safety and wellbeing of our businesses and community is of utmost importance to the Fox Cities Chamber. We believe collaboration is more important now than ever. The Be Safe Wisconsin initiative educates our community and builds consumer confidence on ways to live in our ‘new normal,’ providing a safe and efficient way to re-open our economy.”
Becky Bartoszek, President/CEO, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce
“The Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region fulfills many roles, including being a community problem-solver, educator and impact-maker. By joining Be Safe Wisconsin, we take those roles to yet another higher level. By following the guidance of our state and national health care leaders and committing to social distancing, we’re helping protect our employees, their families and the community as a whole.”
Curt Detjen, President and CEO, Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region
“United Way Fox Cities is committed to fighting for the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community. We took the Be Safe Wisconsin pledge because we believe strongly in our brand’s promise: that we win by living united. Be Safe Wisconsin is one more way that we are forging partnerships against the further spread of COVID-19 and the daunting social crises resulting from the pandemic.”
United Way Fox Cities
“Outagamie County Public Health Division took the pledge because we are committed to helping keep our community stay safe and healthy during our community’s fight against COVID-19. The community will need to continue to work together to help all of us through this pandemic response.”
Outagamie County Public Health
Be Safe Wisconsin is a broad and ongoing group of like-minded organizations and individuals dedicated to amplifying the importance of a sustained commitment to safe behaviors in the evolving fight against COVID-19.
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