Fundraising Events

Like most not-for-profits, WisconSibs must rely on the generosity of volunteers, and individual and corporate donors to carry out its mission.  In fact, nearly 70% of the funds needed to make sibling programs possible come from our fundraising events.

But our events are not just about the money.  We go to great lengths to create fun experiences that reinforce our mission of connecting people with each other and with resources to help their families.

Here are a couple examples:

Celebrate Sisterhood
This annual luncheon and silent auction/raffle celebrates “purse-onality”, increases awareness, and provides lots of fun for the 325+ guests.  It has raised over $250,000 since 2006.  Due to COVID, we had to cancel Celebrate Sisterhood for 2020. Out next Celebration Sisterhood will be  Oct. 28, 2021.

 

To replace the funds from Celebrate Sisterhood, we are premiering an online presentation on November 17 at 6 pm called Sibling Voices: Stories of Hope. You’ll meet several of our WisconSibs who have siblings with disabilities and participate in our programs along with sibling 3-time Emmy award nominated journalist Allison Norlian.  Suggested donation: $50/household

To register for Sibling Voices: Stories of Hope, click HERE

Thank you to Modern Woodmen of America for matching donations up to $3000.
Thank you also to Image Studios, Strategies, Ltd, Katapult, the Ali Kuplic Memorial Fund, and the Lloyd and Helen Mertz Endowment Fund.

 

Vegas Madness Casino Fun Night
THANK YOU FOR VEGAS MADNESS PARTICIPATION
Casino-style games, great food, fun competitions, raffle and lots of other fun stuff for people of all abilities.

 


Upcoming Fundraising Events

 


What We Hear

Celebrate Sisterhood

“The experience was uplifting and fun.”
“Wonderful experience – my first time attending and learned a lot.”
“I love the speed of the event and how you keep it moving. Lunch was great. Wonderful variety of raffles and auction items”

Vegas Madness Casino Night

“Great event! All of the people that help are fantastic!”
“Chance to have fun with my teenage sib/son.”