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Here’s a chronological list of fire departments, companies and groups as they appeared on the 57th Annual WHAS Crusade for Children. Check back, updates will be posted as time goes on. It’s a work in progress!
> Saturday, June 5, 2010
U. S. Census Bureau – $8,170.71
Rough Riders Wake Board Club – $1,300
Louisville Triple Crown of Running – $133,445
Greater Clark County Schools – $15,709.80
Fairdale Fire Dept – $26,006.71
WHAS TV – $4,000.00
Triple Crown of Running – $133,445.00
Diane Moore Dancers – $11,700.00
WHAS11 First Alert StormTeam – $1,450.00
McAlisters – $25,676.76
Milltown Fire – $10,052.62
Kelly Knoop – $5,067.00
Clear Channel Radio Louisville – $5,000.00
PNC Bank – $15,000.00
> Sunday, June 6, 2010
Baby Calendar cover babies – Laine & Joel Wilkins
Bonnieville quilt winner – Lois Jean Pence of Bonnieville
Bonnieville Quilt Drawing – $1,000
St. Marks United Church of Christ – $820.52
Lear Corporation/ UAW Local 43 – $7,116.73
AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary Post 1 – $1,600
Boy Scouts Troup 262 – $7,004.57
Middletown Fire & Rescue – $66,000
Superior Van & Mobility – $5,700
Amvets Post 61 – $6,200
KIA Stores – $13,000
Woodford County Fire Dept. – $7,711
GSI Commerce – $2,273.44
Deputy, IN Fire Dept. – $3,584.55
Whayne Supply – $8,363
International Facility Management Association – $1,200
Abbey Road on the River – $2,000
Worthington Fire District – $34,000
Vienna Township – $3,896
South Oldham Fire Dept. – $28,428
Jeffersontown Fire Dept. – $20,853
Roederer Correctional Complex – $2,000
Louisville Fire & Rescue – $30,532.74
Joe Huber Family – $2,560.64
Louisville Street Rods – $2,500
Parkway Rehab & Nursing Center – $787
St. Matthew’s Fire Dept – $46,630
Flaherty Fire Dept. $25,530.57
Battletown Fire Dept. –
Kentuckiana Corvette Club – $14,780.33
American Legion Shawnee Post 193 – $2,081.68
Raytheon – $4,000
Ekron VFD – $10,168.35
Greenville Township VFD – $24,492.43
Heth Fire Dept. –
Lake Dreamland Fire District – $25,767.59
Dixie Suburban Fire District – $22,383.43
Clarksville Fire Dept. – $25,484.58
Scottsburg VFD – 6,646.21
Kroger $10,000 raflle winner – Karen Brooks of Louisville
Kroger – $112,674.38
New Washington VFD – $24,382
Utica Township VFD – $9,601.37
Texas Roadhouse – $2,450.52
Pewee Valley FD – $19,991.96
Charlestown VFD – $41,849.62
Hanover VFD – $5,061.50
Sellersburg VFD – $25,558.40
Highview Fire District – $122,191.02
Palmyra VFD – $8,828.62
Jeffersonville Fire Dept. – $20,957.16
Monroe Township VFD – $19,127.95
LaGrange Fire and Rescue – $30,010.43
Johnson Township VFD – $2,517.55
Nichols VFD – $8,700
Bonnieville VFD – $9,277.50
Muldraugh VFD – $6,698.66
Anchorage VFD & EMS – $7,391.72
McCulloch VFD – $15,103.06
New Chapel Fire Company – $14,261.82
Marengo-Liberty VFD – $9,315.65
Cross Country Distributing – $51,246
Eastwood Fire District – $24,407.84
Mt. Washington VFD – $37,827.56
Harrods Creek Fire District – $28,777.56
West Point VFD – $9,089
New Chapel UMC – $821.58
Steelers Super Fans – $1,115
Lyndon Fire District – $39,640.47
Ramsey VFD – $16,740.16
Crusade Money Carriers – $808.57
Zoneton Fire Dept. – $90,246.46
Lexington VFD – $2,287.74
McMahan Fire District – $133,000
Zeon Chemical – $3,100
Payneville Fire Dept. – $20,008.21
Pleasure Ridge Park Fire District – $297,927.55
Buddy Award recipient – Joe and Roberta Bowman, Pleasure Ridge Park Fire District
Meade Co. Fire Protection District – $17,089.84
Archdiocese of Louisville – $216,000
Salem Fire Co. – $17,845
Hall of Justice – $483.25
Lanesville Fire Dept. – $14,679.54
Elizabeth Fire Dept. – $18,637
New Middletown Fire Dept. – $7,704.34
Georgetown Fire & Rescue $ 11,977.82
Wolf Creek – $2,136.86
Boone Township Fire District – $3,000
Lafayette Township Fire Dept. – $54,207.84
In memory of Buechel Firefighter Terry Cannon…
Camp Taylor, Okolona, & Buechel Fire Districts – $154,796.73
Harrison Township Fire Dept. – $14,059.15
Fern Creek Fire Dept. $219,166.86
4 Ways to Give
1. Donate through your fire department or civic group
For the full list of fire departments that participated in the 2009 WHAS Crusade for Children, just click here.
For the full list of civic groups, organizations and companies that participated in the 2009 WHAS Crusade for Children, just click here.
2. Donate by mail
- WHAS Crusade for Children
- 520 W. Chestnut St.
- Louisville, KY 40202
- (Please note we’ve dropped our P.O. Box 1100 address)
3. Donate safely online
To make a donation securely online, just click here.
4. Donate by picking up the phone
Donate any time by phone, just call 571-2345 or toll free 1-866-868-8452.
Samajesty Starr creates new original Crusade song
Samajesty Starr and his wife Cherie performed the orignal song, “This is For You, This is For Me” during the Crusade Variety Show. For more information about the song click here or email email@example.com.
Win this one-of-a-kind Crusade Fire Department patch quilt
A Nelson County woman has created something for the WHAS Crusade for Children that will keep you warm and warm your heart.
“This is so exciting, I tell you what!” That’s what Joyce Greenwell said about this challenging project.
Joyce Greenwell gathered nearly 200 emblems from fire departments that collect donations for the Crusade. From these patches Joyce has created a Crusade quilt.
“I was reading in the newspaper in the Courier about the Crusade. It needs more input and so more money because times were hard. And so I thought if I had the emblems I could make them a quilt,” Joyce said.
Raffle tickets are just $5
Raffle tickets are just $5.00. The winning ticket will be drawn during the 58th annual WHAS Crusade for Children on Sunday, June 5, 2011.
Easy to buy raffle tickets here thru PayPal
About The WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc.
- 100% of each donation to the WHAS Crusade for Children helps children with special needs.
- Through the Crusade we’ve changed the lives of millions of children in Kentucky and Indiana since 1954.
- Right now we’re funding 1 in 3 children who need the Crusade.
Change a child’s life, support the WHAS Crusade for Children.
To make a donation securely online, click here.
About The WHAS Crusade for Children Endowment
In September, 2002, the WHAS Crusade for Children Board of Directors voted to create the new Crusade Endowment.
It guarantees that 100 percent of the Crusade’s annual telethon collections continue to go directly to agencies that help children with special needs. It ensures that millions more children will be helped for decades to come.
- 100% of each donation to the WHAS Crusade for Children helps children with special needs
- The Crusade Endowment Campaign fully funds our future.
- Beyond your annual contribution, we need your Crusade Endowment donation now.
Change a child’s life forever, support the WHAS Crusade Endowment.
To make an Endowment donation securely online, click here and click on the ENDOWMENT button.
How the Crusade works
The WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc. established in 1954 by WHAS-TV, raises money for agencies, schools and hospitals to better the lives of special needs children.
$133 million raised for special needs children
In its first 56 years, the Crusade has raised more than $133 million. Thanks to generous contributions of goods and services, the Crusade is able to return 100 percent of all donations to organizations that serve special needs children in all 120 Kentucky counties and more than 50 southern Indiana counties. Fire departments raise more than 50 percent of the money each year by staging road blocks and other events
An independent board decides
An independent board of interdenominational ministers known as the Crusade Advisory Panel decides how donations are distributed each year.
Agencies apply for grants
Representatives from agencies, schools and hospitals apply for grants and appear before the panel during grant hearings held each spring. Once the hearings are complete, the advisory panel determines which agencies receive Crusade donations.
Since agency grant requests far exceed donations to the Crusade each year, the panel has difficult decisions to make.
For a complete listing of grant application rules, click here.
The Crusade telethon airs in June
The annual Crusade radio/telethon is held each year on the first full weekend in June and is aired on WHAS Radio (AM 840), WHAS-TV/DT (Channel 11.1) and worldwide on WHAS11.com. Portions of the broadcast are also seen and heard on a Kentucky statewide network.
Millions of children have been helped
Millions of children have been helped by the Crusade since 1954. The WHAS Crusade for Children celebrated 50 years of changing children’s lives in 2003.
Donations are tax deductible
The WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) public charity. Gifts are tax-deductible as permitted by law.
To make a secure online donation, click here or call (502) 582-7706.