When you think of an individual in need, the first few areas of need require food, water, clothing or shelter. But what about a bed? Sleep in Heavenly Peace is a group of volunteers dedicated to building, assembling and delivering bunk beds to children and families in need. The organization has a chapter located in Kenosha, Wisconsin and with the help of the Odd Job Larry construction crew they are delivering beds to local families all over Southeast Wisconsin. We chatted with Zach Stock of Sleep in Heavenly Peace and James Warner of Odd Job Larry to talk about their main focus: "No kid sleeps on the floor in our town."
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When opportunity comes calling, Jim Gourley is eager and ready to take the first step. The moment that Gourley was notified that Kenosha.com became an available domain name, he knew just the right way to compliment a community he has known and loved his entire life.
It all began with an overly generous tip and a will to want to help. Stan Anderson is leading the way to support local restaurant owners by collecting community donations and surprising local business owners throughout Racine, Wisconsin. The campaign has been publicized on local news stations all over the state and is known as Venmo Challenge Racine.
From growing up on an East Troy dairy farm to planting possibilities through her non-profit organization for individuals with intellectual disabilities, Jamie Stilling-Stepp shares how her inspirational journey led her to begin an organization known as Seeds of Hope. Learn more at: https://seedsofhopewi.org/
Mandy and Chris Fox planned out what they thought was going to be a relaxing and uneventful vacation to Jamaica. Little did they know that this trip would later develop into an organization called, The Irie (Blessed) Child and an opportunity to give community back to children with the simple donation of a soccer ball. Learn more at IrieChild.org.
At the young age of 7 years old, Seth Bayles was diagnosed with a rare auto immune disorder that would affect his life forever. Instead of conceding to the pain, Seth has chosen joy and the opportunity to inspire others. For our first Feel Good Friday Podcast, CSB President and CEO, Scott Huedepohl chats with Seth and his mom, Julie, on what motivates Seth to get through each day with positivity and the story of how he earned the nickname "pop-tab kid".
Let's talk about the good stuff in our community! CSB Marketing Intern, Twila Dovas sits down with CSB President & CEO, Scott Huedepohl to introduce a new podcast series called "Feel Good Friday".