EVENT: Greater Cedarburg Foundation hosted its annual community gala, ďA Night at the Cedarburg Museums,Ē stopping by the Cedarburg Art Museum, the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts and the Cedarburg History Museum.
CAUSE: The event was a fundraiser for the foundation, which awards grants for projects that preserve the local cultural heritage, enhance artistic endeavors and support educational, social and community-based services in the greater Cedarburg area.
EVENT: The American Lung Association hosted its fifth annual Lung Force Walk at the Milwaukee County Zoo.
CAUSE: Proceeds raised benefited the Lung Associationís mission of saving lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through research, education and advocacy.
PROCEEDS: Sponsorships, individual walker fundraising and donations garnered $95,000.
EVENT: The St. Josaphat Basilica Foundation hosted its 18th annual Loaves and Fishes Gala at the Historic Pritzlaff Building.
CAUSE: Proceeds raised at the event benefited the foundationís mission to preserve, restore and enhance the Basilica as a landmark, center of spirituality and community asset.
PROCEEDS: Live and silent auctions, raffles and a special appeal for the restoration of stained glass windows garnered more than $100,000.
EVENT: GiGiís Playhouse hosted its GiGiís Brew Ha Ha at the University Club of Milwaukee.
CAUSE: Proceeds raised at the event benefited expanding GiGiís Playhouseís programming, as well as helping individuals learn to read, improve health and wellness and develop career skills.
PROCEEDS: $38,000 was raised through auction items, a paddle raise and fund-a-need platforms.
EVENT: Prevent Blindness Wisconsin hosted its Celebrity Waiters Dinner, ďCelebrating 60 Years of Saving Sight,Ē at the Italian Community Center.
CAUSE: Proceeds raised at the event provide certified vision screenings to more than 250,000 children throughout the state annually.
PROCEEDS: This yearís event broke records, garnering $155,000 through a wine pull, winnerís choice raffle, and silent, live and paddle auctions.
Lutheran Home held an opening reception for its
sixth annual Intergenerational Art Show. For this
yearís show, children from the Lutheran Homeís
Childrenís Center and senior residents from skilled
nursing, memory care and adult day services
teamed up for intergenerational activities and art.
Together they created works of art that are put on
display and then sold to the public.
Photos by Jake Hill
The American Cancer Society recently held
its annual fundraiser at the Hilton Milwaukee
City Center. Attendees enjoyed a silent auction
and tasting stations from some of the cityís
best restaurants, plus thoughts from featured
keynote speaker Dan Jansen, an Olympic gold
medalist. Proceeds benefited cancer education,
prevention and research.
Photos by Jake Hill