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Purchase hand-made crosses made with love by Ross, Alex, and Andy for $10, As always, one hundred percent of net proceeds will be donated back to the community. Contact Awesome@MelsCharities.Org to place your order

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Mel's in the News

  • More than just pig roasts: Mel's Charities has donated $1 million to Ozaukee County causes in the past 20 years

    Jeff Rumage Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Tom Stanton doesn't come off as the executive director of a nonprofit organization called Mel's Charities.For one thing, his name is Tom (Mel is a nickname). But what's more unusual about Stanton is his unassuming attitude. With a long bill baseball hat on his head and chewing gum in his mouth, Stanton looks like he would feel more at home at a baseball game than a fundraising gala.But the lack of pretense is part of what makes Stanton...  Read More...

  • Mel's Charities Joins "That So Money Podcast

    Mel's Charities joined First Bank Financial Centre "That So Money Podcast" to talk #GreatTimesForGreatCausesListen Here   Read More...

  • Melapalooza, Pedal-palooza and puckin’ beautiful women

    Jack HenkeWhat do Melapalooza, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and OWHLs have in common? In this current climate, where the national pastime is now who can be the angriest and nastiest, there is hope for a good climate change in the local forecast.Listen to the national news at your own risk. Nobody seems to be happy.   Read More...

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    Mel's Charities Featured on WISN Radio

    Hosts, Jeff McCarthy and Becky Miller of First Bank Financial Centere talk with Tom "Mel" Stanton about Mel's Charities, their local support of Ozaukee County organizations and how people can get involved in their many eventshttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/1248-thats-so-money-30812567/   Read More...

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    Community pitches in to make ‘field of dreams’ a reality

    By Colleen JurkiewiczSpecial to Conley MediaGRAFTON — Al Duhr and Matt Malkowski never met each other. One was an 18-year-old senior in high school, looking to a bright future; the other, a 78-year-old husband, father and grandfather who was enjoying his golden years as a snowbird, tooling around Brandenton, Fla., in the winter behind the wheel of a 2006 Sebring convertible.But both men loved sports (baseball in particular), their families and their communities — Malkowski was member of the Graf...  Read More...

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