Sunshine Resources, East Shore Industries consider partnership

Two local organizations serving the special needs communities of Door and Kewaunee counties may join forces in the near future. Sunshine Resources of Door County and Algoma’s East Shore Industries announced on Monday it would be exploring the possibility of an organizational partnership. East Shore Industries CEO Tracy Nelson will be serving a similar role with Sunshine Resources of Door County in the interim as the two organizations look for ways to better serve the special needs community. Nelson says the partnership would give a stronger voice for people with special needs.

She added COVID-19 and changes to Medicare are challenges she hopes to help their clients face in the coming months. Nelson will start her role at Sunshine Resources of Door County officially on March 1st.


Picture courtesy of East Shore Industries. Taken when they received a donation from the 

Gordon Flesch Company Charitable Foundation in August.

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