Steve Fitzsimmons has been connecting with Madison police for years. It all started four years ago, as he took over the neighborhood watch in Midvale Heights.
Sherlyn Kleinow is being recognized with a Jefferson Award for her efforts in providing food, clothing and toys to people in need through the Grant County Holiday Project.
A southern Wisconsin retiree goes above and beyond when it comes to volunteering at the Madison Senior Center and for that, she’s being recognized with a Jefferson Award.
This month’s Jefferson Award winner is passionate about leading youth down the right path and over the last decade he’s helped thousands of kids stay on course.
February’s Jefferson Award winner helps shape young minds at Simpson Street Free Press.
Lynne Toseff has been serving her community for decades.
In the midst of a cold Wisconsin winter, comes a shining light of warmth.
Bonnie Moschkau has felt a call to service since she was young, led by her faith and family.
A teenager from Oregon is inspiring her classmates to help others.
This month’s Jefferson Award winner breaks down barriers for people with disabilities and has earned national recognition for her lifetime achievements.
Tonight on 27 News at 10, how a committee in Sauk Prairie is setting unprecedented marks raising money for veterans and how it’s earned them this month’s Jefferson Award for Public Service.
Russ & Sheila Wolff, Aly Wolff’s parents, are this month’s Jefferson Award winners for their efforts to carry on Aly’s mission after her death.
For 30 years, Bill Semmens has been giving Special Olympics athletes a platform to succeed. It’s been life-changing, not only for the athletes, but also, the volunteers.