Take a book, return a book. That’s the idea behind the new free library in Winnebago, NE. Each year, Flatwater Group’s parent company Ho-Chunk, Inc. works with college interns to help on meaningful community projects. The little library is an ongoing intern project to increase book access and promote reading. “It warms my heart seeing […]
Go Big Blue! Huge thanks for everyone who joined us for Fan Appreciation Night at Winnebago Public School. Basketball fans got a free hot dog and swag from during the match-up between Winnebago and Omaha Nation. Flatwater Group and our parent company Ho-Chunk, Inc. are active partners in the Winnebago community. This is one of […]
Founded 20 years ago, the Ho-Chunk Community Development Corporation has been an invaluable nonprofit partner in Winnebago. HCCDC serves as a centralized resource in our tribal community for strategic planning, project administration and pursuing funding opportunities to enhance community initiatives related to youth, education, housing, elders and more. The nonprofit gives us another way to […]
This Giving Tuesday, we’d like to share how Flatwater Group employees are making a direct and lasting difference in the Winnebago community. The Ho-Chunk Way Employee Donation Program started several years ago to help employees live the company’s mission. Each year, an employee committee identifies a Winnebago community priority. The Winnebago Youth Shelter is this […]
Children at the Winnebago Youth Shelter received a donation of fleece tie blankets handmade by employees. We had a blast making the blankets during our company strategic planning retreat last month. The team-building activity was a way to continue supporting the Youth Shelter and safely share an experience together. The Winnebago Youth Shelter is this […]
“Our vision is to develop a healthier community – through food,” said Aaron LaPointe of our sister company Ho-Chunk Farms.
Their Indian corn project in Winnebago, Nebraska is helping revive a diminishing cultural practice. It’s also a piece of the community’s larger food sovereignty effort.
This year, over 100 community members across several groups helped harvest and process by hand a record 12 acres total.
Flatwater Group’s work directly benefits the Winnebago community by helping support programs and partnerships like this.