Racine County Eye readers are really great. Not only do you spring into action when someone (person or pet) is in need, you are also involved on a more personal level with groups and organizations throughout our community.
We’ve always known about the amazing generosity that so often gets overlooked because of the tough issues we face throughout the greater Racine area. We thought it was time to shine a brighter light on the extraordinary everyday things you do to make the fabric of our community stronger.
Joan Roehre Just spent the day with RUSD 7th graders at Zoo Beach testing water quality, bacteria, turbidity and more with Alliance for the Great Lakes! Most of my water focused volunteerism is in Guatemala, but I do involve classrooms from SE WI for that. I do volunteer regularly with the Over Our Head Players at the 6th Street Theater and have done so 10 years
Sabrina Liberty Girl scouts woot woot.
Eileen Reilly-Hoey 1: Deli at Veterans home in Union Grove– only place you can get REAL coffee in institution. 2: Big Sisters of Greater Racine-mentors for the next generation 3: Cooking for church members in need! Life is rich!
T.c. McGeean Wiley Meals on Wheels (love my seniors), American Cancer’s Road to Recovery, help with 4H and make quilts (with a group) for Racine County foster kids.
Lynda Studey I’ve donated my photography services to local fundraising events and for events at my kiddos schools:) Looking to help out more as the kids get older and I have more free time. I normally add a raffle basket for a free family shoot for any fundraiser I or my family are involved with.
Christina Cabadas With the Serve Kenosha project, through Kenosha Bible Church. Also donating our MANY unused hotel soaps, shampoos and lotions to a missionary group in Honduras to give to the locals.
P.S. They need unused medications- we have a pharmacist there too. We also make headbands and other things for the girls that live down there, and treat people who have lice, and shampoo their hair etc.
Shannon Barsch Planning/running events to raise money for Jefferson Lighthouse and Small World Montessori mostly. My husband also coaches for RASA and RYS as well….. Gets a bit too busy at times but totally worth it seeing how much fun our kids have.
Paula Lindner Autism Solution Pieces…a local org that benefits local families affected by Autism. Org was founded and run by two moms of children with autism..100% of their profits go to the organization. They do so much in the community like support groups, organize worship services for families with special needs, host fun events and fundraisers like rollers skate, Great America day, coming up in July they will have a night at the Kenosha Kingfish game.
Adam Bilgo Sr. I’ve also donated a few custom Radio Flyer wagons that I build for various local benefits, as
Amy Helvick Relay for Life of Racine! Helping finish the fight against cancer. Join us Friday, June 12th, 6pm at the Racine Zoo. I’m the Event Lead. Relay is the 2nd weekend in June annually. We are in our 22nd year!
Chris Larsen Fluffy Dog rescue and spending time cleaning up South Park in Sturtevant.
Virginia Frei Herek Sexual assault services as an advocate and the candy table at the Thanksgiving feast offered by Dan and Ray (Danny’s meats and Route 20 Outhouse)
Kassie Claus I donate wherever it’s needed and I’ve volunteered for Toys for Tots!
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