Tag: Steps to Make a Difference Walk

Steps Walk raises $3,000 for local non-profits

Steps Walk

Despite an incredibly blustery spring day, 60 walkers raised $3,000 for the Phoenix Philanthropy Club’s 10th annual Steps to Make a Difference Walk Saturday, April 9. The Steps Walk helps UWGB students develop important leadership skills as they research community needs, interview charities, and organize the entire event. All proceeds are donated to a selected […]

Phoenix Friday — Get Loud and Step Up

This Friday (April 8) at The Phoenix Bookstore — 20% off all apparel. Playing at Cheapseats is the comedy, “Sisters.” Don’t miss the Steps to Make a Difference Walk Saturday beginning at The Mauthe Center, starting at 10 a.m. Also on Saturday, check out the Gaither Vocal Band at the Weidner Center at 6 p.m., tickets […]

UWGB Philanthropy Club makes strides with ‘Steps to Make a Difference Walk’

More than 100 walkers raised $4,658 to be shared among four local charities in the Steps to Make a Difference Walk last Saturday, April 11. House of Hope, myTeam Triumph, Kenya Help, and Live54218 will benefit. The total includes a $2000 matching grant from the Giving 2.0 Foundation. The Phoenix Philanthropy Club members organized the […]

Annual Steps to Make a Difference Walk has a $2,000 match this year

There aren’t many student-run charity walks that can boast raising more than $45,000 in five years. But the UW-Green Bay Steps to Make a Difference Walk can claim just that. This year’s annual walk will be held on Saturday, April 11 beginning at 10 a.m. and starting at the Mauthe Center. The walk, organized by […]

Alumni rising: Recent grad Boss lights way for others in new career

Every day is a holiday for Chiara Boss and every door jingle is a gift. The recent UW-Green Bay graduate is the volunteer and resource coordinator for Green Bay Habitat for Humanity Restore — a retail operation that profits from donated building materials and home improvement items to benefit the Greater Green Bay Habitat for […]

More CFPA: Warner, center referenced in Sunday editorial

Lora Warner was featured in a Sunday (Nov. 2) Green Bay Press-Gazette editorial that focuses on service learning and “Bridging the community disconnect,” as the piece was titled. Warner encourages students to engage in service learning and partner with community groups to learn about their needs, she said — and those experiences make a difference. […]