Great Steps 4NF

The Great Steps 4NF Walk is coming soon to Chippewa Falls!  The walk is Saturday, May 17th and benefits Neurofibromatosis Midwest, helping all Wisconsin families affected by neurofibromatosis.  There will also be a silent auction and food!  Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a common neurological genetic disorder that has no cure.  It can cause tumors to form on the nerves anywhere in the body at any time.

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The Highground

The Highground in Neillsville has tributes to Vietnam Veterans, Women Veterans, the Native American Vietnam Veterans, WWI Veterans, WWII Veterans, Korean Veterans and families that supported and lost loved ones through the Gold Star Tribute and Fountain of Tears. In addition, The Highground has a Dove Effigy Mound, A United In Service Tribute, a Meditation Garden, a developmental forest with 4 miles of hiking trails and a Learning Center. Read more...

Diane’s House at Nature’s Edge Therapy Center

Do you have a child with autism?  Diane’s House at Nature’s Edge Therapy Center in rural Rice Lake, Wisconsin provides real life changing results for children with autism and their families.  Diane’s House at Nature’s Edge offers a unique opportunity, implementing intensive therapy through a one-week onsite visit, opening a new world of communication and everyday life skills, treating children with autism, cerebral palsy, and brain injury, and bringing hope to families.  Read more...

Special Olympics

Special Olympics Wisconsin (SOWI) is a statewide organization providing persons with intellectual disabilities year-round sports training and competition. Individuals who are at least eight years old and are identified as having a intellectual disability are eligible for participation. Read more...

United Cerebral Palsy

Throughout 12 counties of West Central Wisconsin, United Cerebral Palsy offers professional services, care and understanding to meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. UCP is a United Way Agency (only 21% of annual budget), in existence since 1954 serving over 600 families. 65% of UCP's customers/clients have disabilities other than cerebral palsy. Read more...

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