The First Weber Foundation Bike for Honor Flight fundraiser had another successful year! Overall, we should come in with close to $20,000 raised which we will be able to donate to Never Forgotten Honor Flight. First Weber Foundation contributed $5000 sponsorship and $3500 in matching funds to the event, which is very much appreciated by […]
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First Weber Foundation Bike for Honor Flight fundraiser raises almost $20,000 for Never Forgotten Honor Flight
August 27, 2015
August 10, 2015
First Weber’s Stevens Point office proudly supports Project Fresh Clothes which runs in conjunction with United Way of Portage County’s Project Fresh Start. Project Fresh Clothes ensures that children in kindergarten through 12th grade go back to school prepared for success with at least 10 articles of school clothing. Within our office, we collected $1,000 in […]
August 3, 2015
Much thanks to the First Weber Foundation for being the title sponsor of the Memorial Medical Centers golf outing. Local First Weber teams participated, also supporting the Memorial Medical Center and its outing. For more information on the First Weber Foundation, see the First Weber Foundation web page.
July 27, 2015
First Weber Foundation supports Metavivor through the Mary Wilson Gooze campaign to raise awareness of Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer. Mary Gooze, who has late stage breast cancer, is raising money and awareness by swimming across as many lakes as possible. Mary swam Hasbrook Lake and Two Sisters Lake up north in Wisconsin and will also […]
First Weber Foundation Baraboo Brat Fry brings in almost $3000 for to a school district program helping students in need.
July 20, 2015
First Weber Foundation, along with People Helping People, held their 1st annual Baraboo Brat Fry on June 25th, 2015. The intent of the fundraiser was to support the Baraboo School District School Supply Program in which People Helping People coordinate with District staff to provide supplies, clothing and other necessities to students in need. Thanks […]