Wayne Bisek, the Oregon man who runs the organization Buckets for Hunger, will represent southern Wisconsin at the National Jefferson Awards ceremony.
Angela and Tony Steinhauer lost their son to a congenital heart defect. Now, they honor his memory through a fund to help other families.
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.
Jefferson Award winner Isaiah Janisch is a champion of conservation. At just 18-years-old, he’s logged hundreds of volunteer hours, working to improve the environment.
Erin Didion’s passion to help animals has grown to have an enormous impact, not only on the dogs she saves, but the families that adopt them.
There are specialized clinics in Madison that are seeing patients, free of charge, thanks to this month’s Jefferson Award winner who saw a need in the community.