Season's Eatings With Mel's

Once again Olsen's Piggly Wiggly and Master Wholesale & Vending are teaming up with Mel's Charities! From Thanksgiving through Christmas, candy will be available for $1 at all Olsen's check out lanes in support of  "Great Times For Great Causes"

Mel's Charities Grant distribution history

Mel's in the News

  • Leaving a quarter-million-dollar legacy

    By Sarah RennickeNews Graphic CorrespondentCEDARBURG — An impromptu raffle in 1999 raised $350 to donate to the Special Olympics in memory of Tom “Mel” Stanton’s friend’s sister, who died from cancer and left behind a special needs daughter.From there, Mel’s Charities was born, its mission specializing in having fun while funding special needs organizations, memorial scholarships and human services; 100 percent of proceeds go directly back to the community.It ...  Read More...

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    Mel's Pig Roast Featured in Ozaukee County News Graphic

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  • Mel's Charities Featured on Morning Blend

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    Mel's Honored with Brewers Community Achievers Award

    Congratulations to Brewers Community Achiever Mel Stanton!By Caitlin Moyer Brewers Director of New Media & Author of Cait Covers the Bases.May 23The Milwaukee Brewers Community Achievers Award presented by Meijer, recognizes residents throughout Wisconsin for displaying extraordinary efforts in their community. This month’s honoree is Tom “Mel’ Stanton.In 1995, Mel and a group of friends gathered at Cedars Lanes in Cedarburg, Wisconsin to enjoy some good food and watch a little football...  Read More...

  • The Box That Counts: A Cause for Mela-Bration

    JACK HENKEOzaukee County News Graphic Tom “Mel” Stanton shared an interesting story on Facebook the other day. While it’s never a good idea to give Mel too much credit for anything, I have to admit that the story that he posted grabbed me.It was written by a young man who is only 24 years old. Perspective is always important, and from where I sit and how I’m sitting, 24 looks pretty young to me.   Read More...

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