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KWWL Sponsored Events

KWWL is a proud supporter of many events throughout Eastern Iowa. Being a part of, supporting or sponsoring an event is a big part of what we do.

Below is a list of events KWWL is currently sponsoring. Click the links to learn more.

EVERYDAY HEROES

Everyday Heroes reflect what is best in our community. They are ordinary people whose actions demonstrate the potential that is in all of us. Heroes are selected based on the degree to which their acts of heroism and kindness uphold the values and vision of the American Red Cross, leaving a lasting and positive impact on the residents of our community. 
 
Past hero recipients have been: a pastor that collects food and delivers the food to the homeless, a state trooper that saved a trucker’s life at a Highway Weigh Station, a neighbor waking up a family when he saw their house on fire, a military officer that runs a suicide prevention service for current servicemen and women. 
 
If someone is a Hero in your eyes, we encourage you to nominate them today!  Deadline is January 20, 2020.
 

Click here to learn more.

 

 

HEROES AMONG US

Heroes Among Us 2018

Everyday Iowans become heroes when they go above and beyond to aid a friend, family member, complete stranger or an entire community. It’s time to shine the spotlight on these selfless people for their acts of heroism, bravery and generosity!

Nominate citizens in your community for Heroes Among Us – an event held each year to honor individuals who have gone above and beyond. Heroes can be from anywhere in northeast Iowa, with the heroic act occurring any time between January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019.

Nominations are due by Friday, January 10, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. The Heroes Among Us nomination committee will select winners to be recognized at a breakfast ceremony on Thursday, March 26, 2020. For questions, contact Diane Jorgensen by calling 319-272-7676, or emailing diane.jorgensen@mercyhealth.com.

Heroes Among Us is a fundraising program that benefits the MercyOne Foundations. Since the program began, more than $380,000 has been raised to benefit emergency services at Cedar Falls Medical Center and Waterloo Medical Center.

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KWWL Staff

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