YPF Donates $3,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters After Successful Casino Night Event
The Young Professionals of Fond du Lac (YPF), a program of Envision Greater Fond du Lac, donated proceeds from a recently held event to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fond du Lac County.
$3,000 was donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fond du Lac County as part of an annual Casino Night fundraiser event put on by YPF volunteers. The popular event brought together a full-house at the Radisson Conference Center on September 20. Whether it was black jack, roulette, or any number of other games, attendees went all in for a great cause. Special thanks to Mid-States Aluminum Corp. for their support of the event, as well as the many other table and prize sponsors.
More information on YPF initiatives can be found on the Young Professionals of Fond du Lac Facebook page and at ypfdl.org.
At the check presentation, representatives from Young Professionals of Fond du Lac and Big Brothers Big Sisters were presented. From left: Craig Much, Horicon Bank; Zac Olson, Huberty; Sarah Spang, Envision Greater Fond du Lac; Jackie Runge, South Hills Golf & Country Club; Tammy Young, Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fond du Lac County; Steve Leaman, Horicon Bank; and Megan Schueller, National Exchange Bank & Trust.
The mission of the Young Professionals of Fond du Lac is to engage and empower current and future leaders in the Fond du Lac area through professional development, networking, and social opportunities. There are currently over 700 members in the program of Envision Greater Fond du Lac. For additional information visit www.envisiongreaterfdl.com or call (920) 921-9500 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.