The 4th Annual Dancing with the Stars for the American Red Cross of Northeast Wisconsin exceeded expectations, with the largest (sell-out) crowd, record fundraising and increased awareness to programs and services.
Taking away the top honors for the Mirror Ball Fundraising Trophy was Kate Burgess (right), Owner & President of FulfillNet AND Staci Kring (left), Vice President, Retail Sales of Schreiber Foods. The Northeast Wisconsin Chapter serves 20 counties with a mission to prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters.
State Farm has awarded grants totaling $55,000 to the American Red Cross in Wisconsin for 2011 and 2012 to promote safety education and awareness programs, disaster preparedness and disaster response initiatives in the Scenic Bluffs, Western, North Central and Northeast Wisconsin. In times of need, the Red Cross provides individuals and families affected by disasters with Disaster Clean-up Kits to help people begin restoring their damaged properties.
If you are involved with an organization or school and have a great idea for a service-learning project to impact student achievement in YOUR community, apply for a grant here!  The grants range in size from $25,000-$100,000, and must adhere to strict service-learning guidelines outlined within the application. Habitat for Humanity received grant from the National Habitat for Humanity and State Farm directed towards disaster preparedness.
People’s Choice award for showcase two went to Staci Kring and Rane Cegelski for their Foxtrot to “Fever”.


Residents developed meaningful relationships with Christopher, and it helped them feel comfortable being in their most vulnerable state. He decided to follow in his father’s footsteps, applied and was awarded a State Farm scholarship to complete his training. From this page you have the option to apply to become a Youth Advisory Board member or apply for a service-learning grant.
Special judges award went to Tom Lemkuil and Kate Burgess for their showmanship and Staci Kring for her technical expertise.
Much of the grant funding will go to support core Red Cross missions of community disaster education and disaster response teams and to sponsor local Red Cross community events. Christopher Strickland, a 52 year-old father, who was laid off as a cook at a local pub, realized this job path could create stability and help him earn a better income.
Some winter storms are large enough to affect several states, while others affect only a single community.
She applied, was accepted into the program and received a scholarship from State Farm, which was a significant turning point for her.


Red Cross volunteers and State Farm agents will reach-out to homeowners to provide fire safety and prevention information and remind residents that home fires are one disaster that can be prevented.
The Red Cross program is designed with input from educators, caregivers and industry representatives from across the United States. Last year, chapters within the region responded to 210 local disasters, the majority of which were residential fires.
This community program is sponsored by grants from State Farm and the American National Red Cross. The Red Cross will create bookmarks customized with educational messages that schools, libraries and State Farm agents can distribute to students to help them learn about such important topics as fire prevention, Halloween safety, emergency preparedness (Get Informed. Most people may not remember or connect with their doctors or other staff like they do a nurse or Certified Nursing Assistant.



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