Dairy Cares raised $207,000 for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, including $15,000 from its first-ever Kickin’ it With the Cows run/walk.
Over the past seven years, the organization has raised $847,000 for Children’s Hospital.
A group of dairy industry professionals and dairy farmers came together in 2011 to form Dairy Cares as a way for the industry to give back. Dairy Cares chose Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, which provides care to seriously ill children and support to their families, as the recipient of the funds raised.
Dairy Cares annually holds a garden party to raise funds for the hospital and this year added Kickin’ it With the Cows, which turned out to be a huge success.
In the above photo, Dairy Cares presents a check for $207,000 to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin at its annual garden party. From left to right: Deric DuQuaine, Dairy Cares; Jim and Annette Ostrom, Dairy Cares; Dr. Michael Meyer, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin; Laurie Fischer, Dairy Cares; Meg Brzyski Nelson, Children’s Hospital Foundation; Julie DuQuaine, Dairy Cares.
Learn more about Dairy Cares of Wisconsin by clicking here.



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