Dr. Zorba Paster is a friend and Wisconsin NPR host. He recently traveled to Western Nepal on a mission to help the residents of a remote village increase their iodine consumption (as well as tend to other medical needs).
Rather then send him there empty-handed, we packed his bags with over 100 fleece jackets to help him make some new friends.
Want to help out Dr. Paster’s Nomad Clinic?
Check out the Upaya Institute & Zen Center
Superstorm Sandy was a punch in the gut for the northeast. To help those affected most by the storm, we partnered with our friends at The American Red Cross to distribute over 9000 winter weather items (jackets, boots, blankets) to help those who lost it all stay just a little bit warmer.
Donate to the American Red Cross
Itís sad to think in this day and age there are still families that canít put food on the dinner table. To help those in our neck of the woods, each year we set up a donation station in the atrium of our headquarters and collect non-perishables for local food pantries.
Last year we set a record of 18,321 food items.
This year we plan to set a new record.
Interested in donating in your area?
Check out foodpantries.org