ZCare is committed to helping our friends and neighbors in the La Crosse area! Since 2007, Z93's charity fund has offered financial and emotional support to community members and organizations and we couldn't do it without you. Thanks for your partnership in improving the lives of those in need.
Saturday August 1st, Nick's Bar in Barre Mills is holding a Smoker with all proceeds covering the cost of an event on August 22nd A Day At The Lake where members of the Boys and Girls Club and local authority come together and connect over fishing, games and lunch at Lake Neshonic in memory of Sara Hogum.
Smoker starts at 3PM
Free Food, Beer & Prizes / Tip Boards, Raffles(including Zoom Whitening from Valley Dental) & Fun
Raffle Tickets: $2 each or 3 for $5 (WIN CASH)
All proceeds will help cover the costs for our Day at the Lake event.
Donations greatly appreciated.
Click HERE for more information
- At Good Fellas Bar in Waukon, IA on Aug. 22nd
- There will be a Garage Sale from 2-7
- Silent Auction from 7-10
For more information click HERE for Michelle's GoFundMe page.
WMA Productions Inc. will be hosting an annual free martial arts tournament. Their goal is to give kids and adults who love martial arts and wish to compete the opportunity to train and compete in a tournament and do so without worrying about the traditional costs associated with tournaments.
Free to watch and free to compete
For more information visit http://www.wmaproductionsinc.org
Or on Facebook, click https://www.facebook.com/WmaProductionsInc
Enjoy a day of fun to benefit Breast Fest La Crosse.
Saturday, September 12th at the Moose Lodge 1932, Ward Ave, La Crosse WI
Cornhole Tournament with Coulee Region Cornhole
Sign up HERE to play
Check in 10-10:45am, bags fly at 11
$50 per team (includes 2 raffle tickets)
Food specials all day
$10 Raffle tickets
Pay outs based on number of entries. 36 teams max.
Pay out between tournament and raffles over $2000
Music at Moose Lodge with Ontourage playing 8-midnight
Raffle tickets available at Moose Lodge and South Lanes
Long time La Crosse Resident, Torrence Chester suffered a stroke at a young age. His second chance on life became possible with the help of the Mayo medical staff, prayers and support from friends and his girlfriend Delania Heller. Torrence was able to return home after a 47 day stay at Mayo (21 of them in the ICU). Please help Torrence cover his medical bills by attending this Benefit.
- July 25th from 3 to 11pm at The View N3020 Hwy 16 in La Crosse
- Chinese Auctions
- Silent Raffles
- Numerous Drawings
- Live music from Adam Palm, Bandsaw Brothers, Torrence with TUGG & Friends, Innocuous and AM/PM
Contact Johnny at 608-769-0190 or Delania at 608-797-3581 for info
Monetary Donations at any Wells Fargo Bank
On February 27th the Dahl Family (Ryan and Angie, Delaney, McKenna and Joanna) had their lives turned upside down
when Sam age 4, Ryan and Angie’s youngest of 4 children was diagnosed with brain cancer. The Family & Friends of the Dahl’s are organizing a benefit to alleviate the financial stress due to the medical and travel expenses. Together we can make their lives much easier and allow them to concentrate on Sam’s journey.
We humbly request your consideration as we are in need of sponsors that would be willing to donate auction items,
raffle prizes, financial donations or become a T-shirt sponsor for this worthy cause.
A Benefit for Sam will be held on August 2, 2015 • 11:00am - 5:00pm
at Boot Hill Pub’s Dock 7 • 1501 St. Andrew Street • La Crosse, WI 54603
Online Donations: www.youcaring.com
search: Help Super Sam Dahl Fight Cancer
Or Mail Donations to:
Sam Dahl Cancer Benefit
c/o Citizens State Bank
P O Box 219
La Crosse WI 54602-0219
For More information visit:
Super Sam’s Superhero Cancer Benefit on Facebook
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is the world's largest fundraising event to end cancer. It unites communities across the globe to celebrate people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and take action to finish the fight once and for all. Today, with the support of thousands of volunteers like you, the American Cancer Society is helping save more than 400 lives a day. And we won't stop until we finish the fight against cancer! Please join us!
- Event Date:
- Friday, August 07, 2015 6pm - Saturday, August 08, 2015 6pm
- Logan High School 1500 Ranger Dr, La Crosse, WI
Homeless Connect is an event held on Wednesday, July 29th from 11am-5pm at the La Crosse Center (300 Harborview Plaza, La Crosse, WI 54601). The event is free and is open to anyone in the community.
Homeless Connect - La Crosse is hosted by the La Crosse Homeless Coalition. The event offers resources, free services, and free personal care items to those who are either currently homeless or are facing homelessness in our area. Free services include haircuts, health screenings, mental health screenings, vision checks, showers, and a free meal. Several local agencies will be on hand to offer information and resources that are available in our community.”
Bring your car, bike or boat for this cruise! It's the 5th Annual Hittin' The Sand for Woodland, Saturday August 1st, with proceeds to benefit adults with disabilities in Houston Co. served by ABC Works and Woodland Industries. Join in on the Cruise, and help out with the live auction and raffle. Food is available and participants will get an event shirt.
For more information call 507-895-7161 in La Crescent or 507-725-2057 in Caledonia.
Madison was born on 12/9/2010 with Campomelic Dysplasia (CMD) which "is a rare genetic disorder characterized by bowing of the long bones and many other skeletal and extraskeletal features".
At about 6 months to term this condition was discovered through prenatal testing. As the prognosis for survival during neonatal is only about 5%, her parents were told by doctors and nurses to prepare for the worst.
Against the odds, and with the expertise of specialists at the American Family Children's Hospital in Madison, WI, Madison pulled through. Unfortunately however, those who survive this period are by no means out of the woods.
In her short 4 years, Madison has had no less than 4 major surgeries (and countless pre-op consults) to correct skeltal malformations from her legs/club-feet to her back and curved spine. Her most recent procedure however was met with several complications.
Madison has 3 older brothers and 1 older sister who all live with Madison's father (Matt) in La Crosse, WI while her mother (Kathy) stays with her at the hospital in Madison, WI. Because of this, Kathy is unable to work to support their other children and they are now experiencing difficulties with the everyday needs of a family of 6. Matt's job in town is enough to make immediate ends meet, but only barely, and much less pay their substantial medical bills for all the procedures with many more to come.
To learn more about Madison's condition and to help her family, visit her GoFundMe Page.
Any help you can provide is appreciated more than words can describe!