My Garage: A Community Project

Program Description:

My Garage: A Community Project is a Newcap stability and self-sufficiency program, that provides simple repairs and maintenance on cars owned by elderly, disabled or low-income residents of Florence, Marinette, and Oconto counties. You can also qualify for this program in Brown and Shawano county if you are a working low-income resident. Services include tire rotations, fuel pump replacements and simple fixes. As the program grows, so will the services offered. The repairs will be done in Wausaukee, Green Bay, or Marinette.  

Eligibility Guidelines:  

Client must be elderly (60 years or age or older), disabled, or low income and working. For those low income and working, income must be at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. For those who are elderly and disabled, income must be at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. To find out if you are eligible, use our eligibility calculator here. The client must have the vehicle registered in their name, have proof of auto insurance and have a valid drivers license.

Application Process:

Please first fill out our intake form here. Then return here to fill out the program application. You will need the confirmation code and password from the intake form to submit this application.

For assistance completing an application, please contact the program contact. Along with completed application, send documentation of auto insurance, drivers license, proof of household income and auto registration. If approved, the Program Contact will contact you about your vehicle and repairs needing to be made.

My Garage: A Community Project Application for Service Form

My Garage: A Community Project Application for Service Form

Complete this application and also send:

1. Registration for the vehicle that needs repairs.
2. Proof of all household income.
3. Copy of drivers license.
4. Copy of auto insurance.

Please send the above documents to:
Newcap, Inc.
Attn: Peggy Zielinski
1201 Main Street
Oconto, WI 54153

Or fax to 1.920.834.4887 Attn: Peggy Zielinski