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MetJet Community Involvement
MetJet takes a great deal of pride in the communities that it serves, and though we are still relatively new we are already making an impact. To date, we have been able to donate tickets, MetJet Gear and other items to local charities.
Please don't hesitate to contact us about your charity or group by emailing Michael Heisman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our donations include:
- August 2012-CASA
From their site, "CASA of Brown County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that recruits, screens, and trains everyday citizens from the community to be the voice of abused and neglected children in the courtroom, seeking to ensure them a safe and permanent home."
To donate, please CLICK HERE
- July 2012-New Community Shelter
From their site, "We offer Emergency Shelter beds for adults. We also serve dinner 365 days-a-year in our Community Meal Program, and lunch every weekend and holiday for anyone in our community who is hungry."
To donate, please CLICK HERE
- July 2012-Tee'd Off at MS
"After personally battling Multiple Sclerosis for many years, Dave Blavat has made it his personal mission to raise money for the MS Society so that someday other families will not have to endure the consequences of this slowly debilitating disease."
To donate, or learn more contact Lynn at email@example.com
- June 2012-Freedom House via James Jones (Packers #89) charities
From their site, "Freedom House is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving all types of homeless families with children in the Green Bay/Brown County area - single Moms, single Dads and couples. But we don't just provide food, clothing and shelter until these families find a place to live, we change lives."
To donate, or learn more go to http://freedomhouseministries.org/
- May 2012-Ribbon of Hope
From their site, "Our mission is to be a financial, informational & emotional resource for individuals with breast cancer in Northeastern Wisconsin. Ribbon of Hope assists breast cancer patients regardless of age, gender, race, or religion."
To donate, or learn more go to http://www.ribbonofhope.com/
- May 2012-De Pere High School (Senior Graduation)
- April 2012-Golden Apple Awards
From their site, "Each year, the Golden Apple Awards program improves community awareness of the quality of education in the Greater Green Bay area by recognizing high standards of professionalism, leadership and innovation in teaching with the Golden Apple Awards. "
- March 2012-Dickinson Elementary - Mardi Gras (PTO Benefit)
- March 2012-Taste of Ashwaubenon
From their site, "29 local restaurant / vendors served a variety of food and drinks along with music and fun. Each year over 500 people have attended the event…none have left hungry. We have incredible raffle and silent auction items that you have to see to believe. All proceeds go to the Jaguar Backers Booster Club to help fund academic, athletic and co-curricular activities for Ashwaubenon High School students. "
To donate, or learn more go to http://www.jaguarbackers.com/taste.cfm
- February 2012-Bay Area Humane Society - Bark of the Bay
From their site, "Bark of the Bay is the social way to giveback to man's best friend. Enjoy live jazz, dinner, live and silent auctions at this semi-formal event."
To donate, or learn more go to http://www.bayareahumanesociety.com/donate/
- January 2012-Service League of Green Bay
From their site, "In 1993 the first Back-to-School Store, organized in response to community needs, served 200 students. While the poverty and needs within Brown County continue to expand, so do our efforts. The 19th Annual Back-to-School Store is inviting 1,500 students in grades K-5 to shop for a complete outfit, backpack, school supplies, and storybook, to receive dental and vision screenings (with follow up care necessary) and free haircut vouchers and end the day with an ice cream treat. Additionally, the Back-to-School Store is giving 1,500 backpacks filled with school supplies and grooming kits to local agencies to distribute to students in grades 6-8."
To donate, or learn more go to http://www.serviceleaguegb.com/