Executive Director

Steve Vickman joined HELP of Door County in the fall of 2016. After a long career in retail, Steve had the great opportunity to serve as the founding Executive Director of the Oshkosh Area Community Pantry and has also served as the Fund Development and Marketing Director for the Door County YMCA.

Steve shared that he is “thrilled to be a part of this vital Door County organization advocating for social change and impacting and improving the lives of men, women, children and families every day. For me, HELP of Door County has never been just a place or a program – it has always been and will always be about serving people and making our community a better place to live”.

Steve shared that this past year has been an exceptional one for HELP  – but one not without its’ challenges. “The success of HELP rests squarely on our ability to positively engage our community in order to be able to continue our mission. We are always mindful that our reason for existing is to provide those services which change and transform people’s lives. Clearly, there has never been a greater need for an organization like ours than there is today – HELP will continue to flourish because kind and generous individuals choose to rally around a values-based mission driven organization like ours.”

” We know that providing safe haven to those at risk, teaching our children and teens to treat others with respect and providing innovative programming that seeks to address the root causes of domestic abuse is more needed now than when our founders created this organization in 1979.  I am so grateful for the opportunity to lead this wonderful organization and with your help make Door County a better place to live.”

Steve invites you to contact him anytime at svickman@helpofdoorcounty.org or feel free to call him during business hours at 920-743-8785.