Annual Man of Honor Society Fundraiser raises cash for veterans

WAUSAU, Wisconsin (WSAW) – The Man of Honor Society’s 17th annual fundraiser was held this weekend. The weekend event raised thousands of dollars for veterans in central Wisconsin.

The organization’s vice president, Dan Rigney, said the organization was created to help veterans who have run into financial difficulties.

“We’re helping veterans who are about to be evicted, shut down their utilities, or their car breaks down and can’t get to work,” said Rigney. “You contact us.”

Veterans in need can Apply on the organization’s website.

“You can apply through our very simple application and review process,” said Rigney. “If they met all the criteria, we could write a check on the same day. But usually it’s 2-3 days. “

The organization raised money through the sale Lots between $ 1 and $ 50.

The raffle items include a new 2021 Jeep Cherokee, a 2021 Harley Road King, a Honda 4×4 with trailer, a John Deere ride-on mower and dozen of handcrafted gift baskets.

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