Dairy Cares of Wisconsin

2020 Virtual Campaign Raises $225,000

JULY 30, 2020 — Dairy Cares of Wisconsin’s first-ever “virtual fundraiser”  raised $225,000 for Children’s Wisconsin. For nine years, our signature event was a summer Garden Party that raised funds on behalf of the statewide health system (formerly Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin). However, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic […]

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Looking Back: 2019 Garden Party

July 27, 2019 — In our ninth year, our annual Garden Party achieved a new high mark — raising $245,000 on behalf of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Our non-profit organization remains committed to actively helping families facing medical crises and the dedicated doctors, nurses and staff fighting every day on […]

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2019 Garden Party Date Announced

The ninth annual Dairy Cares of Wisconsin Garden Party will take place on Saturday, July 27. The event kicks off a new era for our non-profit organization, which directly benefits Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.  In 2018, we celebrated two amazing milestones: First, we surpassed the $1 million mark raised on behalf […]

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Retrospective: 2018 Dairy Cares Garden Party

  July 28, 2018 — Eight years in the making, but our 2018 Garden Party marked a significant milestone: We surpassed $1 million raised on behalf of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin since our non-profit organization’s inception. It was an unforgettable evening, made more profound by the presence of many families […]

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Meet Braeden …

In May 2009, 5-year-old Braeden complained of a back and neck ache. Little did he know that he would soon be only the 12th case in the world of Atypical Ganglioneurocytoma, a rare form of cancer. Barely able to lift his head, his mother Tanya took him to his physician, […]

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Meet Ezra …

This is the story of Ezra as told to us by his parents, Ryan & Bobbie: The last thing a parent wants to hear is, “Your child has a rare genetic disease and will struggle with seizures the rest of his life.” However, that is what we were told when […]

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