Group aims to help single parents in service industry

Published May 1, 2020

A few women in the service industry joined forces and started an effort to help out single parents working in their field by collecting donations and raising money to purchase groceries, cleaning products and clothing for moms and dads in need of temporary support.


Baby Theo inspires Hops for Hearts & fight against congenital heart defects

Published Jan. 17, 2020

One out of every 100 children born in the U.S. suffers from congenital heart disease, a condition which takes the lives of more children each year than all forms of childhood cancer combined. Theo James Schlict was one of those children. But his short life inspired his mother to help others like him.


Uncle Buck's honors fallen officer with football, buffet

Published Sept. 9, 2019

Fallen officer Matthew Ritnner's name will soon be added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Wall in D.C. and to contribute to travel expenses for Rittner's family and cow-workers, Uncle Buck's will host a fundraiser during the Packers game.


KarateAmerica goes on a $19,000 Target run for local vets

Published April 28, 2019

Every year, the Milwaukee VA Medical Center posts a "wish list" on their website of items for local veterans. When Kyle Mealy saw this list, he knew that with the help of his organization, KarateAmerica, they could cross off most of these items.