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The Rock Foundation was created in the summer of 1999, by the staff of 95.7 The Rock. For the past 15 years, you've helped us help individuals, organizations and families in time of need. Since the Foundations inception, we have been humbled by the continued support and generosity of you, the kick-ass Rock listener.


If you have a friend, family member,
or neighbor that has been struck by
tragedy and could use a helping hand,
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On February 27th, four year-old Sam Dahl, the youngest of Ryan & Angie Dahl's four children, was diagnosed with brain cancer.

Sam has undergone eight weeks of proton radiation therapy in Houston, TX and now has 9 months of chemo ahead of him.

There will be a benefit for Sam and his family on Sunday, August 2nd from 11a-5pm at Boot Hill Pub on St. Andrews St. in La Crosse.

There will be drawings, food, a silent auction, door prizes, a bake sale, drawings for a trip to Las Vegas and much more.

Sam would absolutely love it if you dressed up as your favorite Superhero!

Enjoy games, crafts, face painting, a bounce house, and more!


Donations can be made to:

Sam Dahl Cancer Benefit

c/o Citizen's State Bank

PO Box 219

La Crosse, WI 54602-0219


Donations can also be made on Sam's YouCaring page.

For more information, please visit the event's Facebook page.  

Michael Bey was diagnosed with stage III Hodgkin's Lymphoma this past winter. His friends and family will hold a benefit for Michael on Sunday, July 12th at Honda Motorwerks in downtown La Crosse from noon until 5pm.

There will be raffles, live music, a bake sale, a Chicken Q from Rooster Andy, a silent auction and more!

Monetary donations can be made at the Wells Fargo Bank in downtown La Crosse or on the Michael Bey GoFundMe page.

For more information, contact Bethany at 608-386-0392 or by visiting the event's Facebook page.

 On May 8th, 2014, John Cina was diagnosed with a Stage 4 malignant brain tumor. Tragically, he passed away nine days later.

John was very active in the community, including assisting the De Soto basketball and football teams, as well as the Onalaska American Legion baseball team. He also worked with children at a residential youth center in La Crosse.

This annual tournament will raise funds for a scholarship in John's memory and promote youth sports in Genoa, De Soto, and Stoddard areas.

There will be a Friday Fish fry, a Chicken-Q on Sunday, live music on Friday and Saturday nights, kids activities all weekend, raffles, pull tabs and more!

For more information, please visit the John Cina Seven website.

 Ron had a cancerous brain tumor removed. Unfortunately, the doctors could not remove all of it. Chemo and IV infusion was unsuccessful.

There will be a benefit for Ron on Saturday, June 27th at Champions Riverside Resort starting at 3pm. This benefit will help pay for nursing home and medical bills.

Tickets are $5 each or three for $10.

Prizes include cash, a flat screen television, and a Packer party at Champions!

 Lindsay was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare form of cancer in March of this year. To help Lindsay pay for her radiation treatments, there will be a benefit on Saturday, June 13th at the Marshfield Eagles Bar in Marshfield, WI from 5pm until 10pm

There will be a cornhole tournament, silent auctions, basket raffles, food, music, and more!

For more info on Lindsay, visit her YouCaring page or the event page on Facebook!

Ed Shawley, a husband, a father to three and a grandfather of four, was diagnosed last October with Multiple Symptom Atrophy, otherwise known as, MSA.

MSA is a rare neurological disease that attacks multiple areas of the brain, including the cerebellum. It causes irreversible and progressive damage as it spreads rapidly, depleting your ability to walk, talk, write, sleep, balance, swallow, and eventually breathe.

After onset of initial symptoms, the average life span is 7.9 years. Nearly 80% of patients are disabled within 5 years and desolately, only 20% survive past 12 years.

Ed, a 52 year old Marine, is losing the quality of life that no one deserves to lose.

There will be a benefit for Ed and his family on Saturday, June 6th at the Onalaska American Legion.

This event will feature a poker run, live music by the Spare Parts Project, kids games, inflatables, auctions, food and beverages, a bake sale, tip boards, raffles and much more!

For more information, contact Jim at 608-738-3277 or Brian at 608-769-7898.

Or visit the event's Facebook page!

The Bolton Refuge program assists victims of Sexual and Domestic abuse.

The Jackson county Bolton Refuge program is having a poker run on Saturday, June 6th starting at the Sunset bar in Black River Falls. Proceeds from the fund raiser will benefit the out reach program.

There will be raffles, door prizes, food, auctions, music and more!

For more information on the event and the Bolton Refuge, please click here or here!



Back in January, Henry had a tree fall on top of him, pinning him to the ground. He sustained multiple breaks in the L2-L5 vertebrae in his lower back, a pelvis fracture, a lacerated liver, 4 broken ribs a torn pectoral muscle and a fractured shoulder.

Henry underwent four surgeries and spent almost a month in the hospital.

He recently started walking again, and no longer needs a cane or walker to assist in his mobility.

There will be a benefit for Henry on Saturday, May 16th at The Zone in Sparta.

Registration for the event's poker run is at 10am, with the ride starting at 11am. The benefit starts at 1pm, with a bake sale, raffles, silent auction and more!