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,
send us an email at:

 Information can also be mailed to us at:

rockfoundation@957therock.com

95-7 THE ROCK
ROCK FOUNDATION
201 STATE ST
LA CROSSE, WI 54601

 

 

In June Malachi was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. It was a complete shock to him and his family. Malachi is currently undergoing 4 rounds of chemotherapy and praying that after all is said and done will be cured! Malachi and his family would appreciate your support.

Please Join Malachi's friends and family 9/8 at the Rushford American Legion for....
BBQ Style Dinner
$10 per person
10 and under free (donations accepted)
All money raised will help Malachi and his family with medical expenses, bills, groceries, etc.

Silent Auction, 50/50 Raffle and Bake Sale!!!!

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/459332867900483

 

Friends of Dick Fernette, AKA "the Dick Squad" are sponsoring a benefit 9/8 at Leisure Time Sports Bar & Bowl in PdC to help defray medical cost. Dick is a 10 year cancer survivor and recently was diagnosed with a tumor on his spine and is currently unable to walk and using a wheel chair. He is unable to work and has been in and out of the hospital. Donations of baskets for raffles and live auctions are being asked for as well as monetary donations. The Day will start at 1PM with a Bean Bag Tournament - Please respond here if you would like to play or simply show up that day. Cost will be $20 per person /$40 per team and it will be a double elimination tourney run by Craig Bell. Right off the top $20 from every team will go towards the benefit and the other $20 towards prizes...

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/660787727635220/

Help spread some sunshine for Sarah Wantoch.  Sarah has been fighting for over a year with organ failure. Without a diagnosis, it has been a long and difficult road. Sarah is in need of a liver transplant, and her family and friends are eagerly awaiting approval for her to make the transplant list. She is currently hospitalized at Mayo in Rochester on the transplant floor. Sarah hasn’t been able to work, and medical debt is mounting. Please join us as we raise money to help with this need. A great day is planned 9/9 at Moxie's with live music from Bri and the Boys, auctions, raffle, and fun.

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2007755709536788/

On Wednesday 4/4/18 Amy was at work when she experienced a series of symptoms which included visual distortion, speech distortion, nausea, sweating, and a headache. She later was seen in the emergency room at Gundersen Health System where a CT scan was done to rule out possible migraine with aura. CT scan revealed a mass on her left temporal lobe of her brain. Thus she underwent a MRI to obtain better imaging of this mass. Thursday 4/5/18 (The day Amy's life was change forever) the Neurosurgeon read the MRI and explained that from the looks of it the mass was at least a grade 2 tumor and could possibly be removed with radiation and chemotherapy to follow. At this time it was highly recommended to have a biopsy of the tumor to get more information as to the type, grade and extent. On Friday 4/6/18 (the day Amy's family and friends will never forget as the ball didn't only drop but came in like a wrecking ball) Amy underwent a brain biopsy. Following the biopsy the Neurosurgeon informed her and her family based on preliminary report she has a high grade Glioma that is aggressive and requires aggressive treatment.

Amy will have numerous appointments and procedures for the foreseeable future, so an event is being planned at the Witoka Tavern & Reception Hall on 8/19 to help support Amy, her husband Chris and 3 young children during this time. Events to include a meal, silent & live auction and wine pull. For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1969684816680463/

If you would like to donate or volunteer please contact us on this page or call Holly Bergler 507-459-5376, Amber Wundrow 507-459-2083, Erin Zeimer 507-313-4034 or Lorie McNally 507-450-4613.

 

 

Hannah Rosemeyer (daughter of Ryan and Lauren Rosemeyer of Fennimore, WI) was diagnosed on April 4, 2018 with Telangiectatic Osteosarcoma, a very rare bone cancer, which makes up less than 4% of all Osteosarcomas. On top of having this rare type of disease she us also quite young (2 1/2 years old) which makes her case all the more rare. Hannah's treatment plan will be carried out for 6 cycles of 5 weeks each and having surgery close to the half way mark of her treatment to remove the tumor and evaluate how her cancer is responding to her chemo.


All proceeds from this benefit (6/30) will go to help offset cost incurred throughout her treatment and recovery.

HELPING HANNAH! Benefit Facebook Event Page

Enjoy a scenic motorcycle ride to benefit this courageous little girl's fight to beat cancer.

Registration: 10:30 am to 11:45 am
Registration Fee: $10 per rider
Kickstands up at noon!

Silent Auction: 10:30 am - 6 pm
50/50 Raffle
Many great prizes!

**Open to the public**
Stop in all day to purchase tickets

To donate or more information call 608-391-2461

Bridget and Jake lost their home to an accidental fire earlier this week.  Thankfully no one was home.  The house is a total loss.  The property was bulldozed and their is literally nothing left. With the loss of their home, Bridget, Jake and their 4 children have no permanent residence and staying with family...  friend of the couple has started a GOFUNDME to help them get back on the feet: https://www.gofundme.com/help-bridget-amp-jake

Chris Wruck, who lives in and serves as a Dispatcher in Merillian has had IgA nephropathy (also known as Berger’s disease, is a kidney disease that occurs when an antibody called immunoglobulin A (IgA) lodges in your kidneys) since he was a child and is in need of a kidney transplant (as of 4/19/18 he's at 19% kidney function), which he has scheduled for in August.  Due to the out of pocket cost and the cact that Chris will need to take extensive time off from work, his friends and family are throwing a benefit on the 19th with 50/50 raffle, a silent auction, food, and live music from the Charcoal Road Band at Sand Creek Brewing Co. from 5-9 in Black River Falls for more info on Chris's story and his benefit, visit the rock foundation page at 95.7 the rock.com

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1522004684575100/
Chris' story: www.shareyourspare.club

Rykal was diagnosed with pneumonia on Dec 10th 2017 and transported to Madison Children's Hospital on Dec. 13th with Pneumococcal HUS. HUS is a rare disease that killed his healthy red blood cells and put him into complete kidney failure. From Dec.17th to Dec.28th Rykal was on dialysis 24 hour a day. Rykal was then changed to a dialysis cycler which he is still on every night. On Feb. 28th we found out that Rykal is still in complete kidney failure and will need a kidney transplant. If you would like to follow Rykal’s story please go to his Facebook page Rykal’s Progress. A benefit for Rykal will be held at Champions Riverside Resort on May 5th from 10a-7p, details: Rykal Wasson Benefit Facebook Event Page

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