WVBO supports Aurora Healthcare Foundation

103.9 WVBO supports Live Well Oshkosh, October 18 at the Menominee Nation Arena in Oshkosh
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In 2018, thanks to your generosity, $85,000 was raised to support emergency preparedness at our 5th annual Live Well Oshkosh! 

This year, all proceeds from Live Well Oshkosh will support the Level II NICU at Aurora Medical Center Oshkosh. A Level II NICU provides advanced newborn care for little ones born at greater than 32 weeks, or who are recovering from more serious conditions.

Your support can help provide for things that can make all the difference, like blankets, hats and training. It can even help provide for specialty equipment.

Individual tickets are $75, and a reserved table of 8 is $1,000. Valuable sponsorship opportunities are also available. 

For more information about Live Well Oshkosh and how you can help, please email Molly Butz at molly.butz@aurora.org or call 920-456-7009.


More than 2,000 people who experienced abuse and sexual assault were cared for at an Aurora Health Care facility in 2017. There are forensic nurses available at nine different Aurora Medical Centers to treat women, men and children coping with recent trauma.  Learn more about Aurora’s Abuse Response Programs, including Aurora Healing & Advocacy Services

103.9 WVBO is Standing with Survivors
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month & Wednesday, April 24 is Denim Day

For more information about how your gifts are making an impact in Oshkosh, please email Molly Butz at molly.butz@aurora.org or call 920-456-7009.

Denim Day – one of the many ways YOU can stand with survivors during Sexual Assault Awareness Month Denim Day is an annual campaign to prevent sexual violence through education and public awareness that
culminates on the last Wednesday of April, which is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. It began in Italy in the 1990s when female legislators wore jeans to protest a Supreme Court verdict overturning a rape conviction because the victim wore tight jeans. In April 1999, a social service agency in Los Angeles established the first Denim Day in the United States, and in 2011 a local survivor established Denim Day Milwaukee.








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