The American Red Cross of Northwest Wisconsin will be holding the annual Heroes Breakfast on Wednesday, March 10, 2021. The Heroes Breakfast was established in an effort to raise public awareness of local heroes and volunteers who carry out the mission of the Red Cross every day.
We invite you to participate this year and help us to make the 2021 Heroes Breakfast our most successful event yet!
Please note, given the current COVID-19 pandemic, the event will be switched to a virtual format. More information about this change will be coming out soon. However, no matter how we gather for the event, the mission remains the same!
Wednesday March 10, 2021
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Place: Virtual Event
Awards are given in the following categories:
Adult Good Samaritan
helped another person in critical need utilizing skills aligned with those taught in American Red Cross training program
Youth Good Samaritan (age 18 or younger)
demonstrated courage, initiative and/or compassion in the spirit of the American Red Cross in service to another individual or the community
From the Heart Hero
donated blood on a regular consistent basis or supported blood donation through volunteering at area blood drives
lived a life of dedication to others, incorporating the values of the American Red Cross and making a profound difference in his or her community
presented to a member of the armed forces (active or retired, commissioned or non-commissioned) whose lifesaving action went above and beyond the call of duty—this award may be awarded posthumously or also to someone who has supported military members
has undergone efforts to make the community he/she lives in a more stable and resilient place through preparedness activities, community building efforts, or others.
Health Care Hero
a person working in the health care field who has integrated the principles of the American Red Cross while demonstrating great initiative, care, and leadership