Celebrate Life Foundation

Celebrate Life Foundation Green Bay Wi

2015 Celebrate Life Event & Fundraiser

What is the Celebrate Life Foundation?

Celebrate Life Foundation Morgan with the blizzardIn January of 2012, our lives changed forever when our 3-year-old daughter, Morgan, suffered a sudden cardiac arrest at Lambeau Field, as a result of a rare genetic heart disorder. Thanks to our CPR training and a nearby AED, we were able to bring our little girl back to life, and we quickly realized how precious life truly is.

Over the next year, as we searched for the cause of her arrest, we learned of many children who did not have the same great outcome, because they did not have immediate access to an AED.

To help prevent future catastrophes for other children and their families, in 2013 our family created the Celebrate Life Foundation, not only to celebrate the anniversary of our daughter's "rebirth", but also to raise money for Project ADAM and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.

For the past two years, we have held a celebration of life that has raised thousands of dollars to help establish and support CPR and AED programs in our local schools.

Links to past news coverage of our event:

Celebrate Life Foundation Tammy ElliottThe Celebrate Life Event & Fundraiser has been featured on every major news network in our area, as well as the Green Bay Press Gazette. Local News Anchor, Tammy Elliott, has even served as our Guest MC the past two years. Please visit the following links to learn more:

WFRV Coverage: http://www.wearegreenbay.com/1fulltext-news/d/story/celebrate-life-event-and-fundraiser-raises-money-f/40537/uc04LRHSOk-mzudBSg1s0A

Green Bay Press Gazette:

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Website: http://blog.chw.org/2013/01/how-project-adam-saved-my-life/

What is the Celebrate Life Event & Fundraiser?

Celebrate Life Foundation Kids with balloon animalsWith the purpose of celebrating life, this year’s family event is titled “A Frozen Winter Carnival”. The celebration includes fun carnival games for children and adults to enjoy, great food courtesy of Texas Roadhouse, and an appearance by two very special guests: Anna & Elsa!

Is there a fee for the event?

Celebrate Life Foundation Blizzard player high fiveThere is no entry fee for the event. Donations are raised through the purchase of tickets for carnival games, pictures with Anna & Elsa, etc.

When/Where is the next Celebrate Life Event & Fundraiser?

Our 3rd Annual Celebrate Life Event & Fundraiser will take place on February 8, 2015 at the Stadium View Banquet Facility on Holmgren Way in Ashwaubenon.

Can my business sponsor a carnival game?

1-13-2016-12-23-19-PMAbsolutely! Several spots still remain for carnival game sponsorship. This is a great opportunity to get your business’s name out in the community, as well as show support for the community who supports your business year round. Past events have been well-publicized on all major news channels as well as the Press-Gazette. Our Guest MC will be WBAY-TVs Tammy Elliott for the 3rd year in a row. This year’s event coverage will begin with a special interview from WBAY-TVs Kevin Rompa on January 29th. To learn more, contact Event Chair, Susan Frain at (920) 737-2409.

Where does the money go? Does it stay in our community?

All proceeds from our 2015 event go directly to Project ADAM and are earmarked for Green Bay Area Schools.

What is Project ADAM?

Project ADAM began in 1999 after a series of sudden deaths among high school athletes in southeastern Wisconsin. Many of these deaths appear due to ventricular fibrillation, a condition in which the ventricles cannot pump blood into the body.

After Adam Lemel, a 17-year-old Whitefish Bay, WI, high school student collapsed and died while playing basketball, Adam's parents — Patty Lemel and Joe Lemel — along with David Ellis, a childhood friend of Adam's, collaborated with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin to create this program in Adam's memory.

The project helps schools in Wisconsin and across the nation implement programs to make automated external defibrillators (AEDs) available. Our programs also aim to support schools in being prepared for a cardiac emergency through staff CPR and AED training, student CPR education, fundraising ideas and support and sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) awareness education for students, staff and families. An AED is a portable electronic device that automatically diagnoses the potentially life threatening cardiac problems. The project also is involved in research and advocacy efforts.

Project ADAM is a 501C non-profit charity.

How can individuals get involved?

We are currently looking for volunteers for our 2015 event. Activities include: distributing posters around town, contacting local businesses for participation/donations, and volunteering at the event itself. To volunteer, contact Susan Frain, Chair of the Celebrate Life Foundation at (920) 737-2409.

How do I make a donation?

The Celebrate Life Foundation accepts donations year round. Checks may be made out to the Celebrate Life Foundation and mailed to:

Susan Frain
The Celebrate Life Foundation
858 Hansen Road
Green Bay, WI 54304


Special Thanks to Our Past/Present Donors


  • Green Bay Blizzard
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  • Texas Roadhouse
  • Pomp’s Tire
  • Stadium View
  • Cloud 09 Events
  • Dreamin’ DJ
  • Frain Family Chiropractic Wellness Center
  • Chuck & Mary Frain
  • Amenson Studio
  • Green Bay Packers


  • Nature's Way
  • MAC Dental
  • Brian Noble
  • RepNet Computers
  • Split Endz
  • Broadway Automotive
  • Russ Darrow
  • Sarah Starr
  • Green Bay Blizzard
  • Cupcake Couture
  • The Gutter
  • Red Door Crossfit


  • FitNice
  • Barb’s Centre for Dance
  • Lou’s Bootery
  • Longhorn Steakhouse
  • Laura Mossakowski Family Financial Planning
  • Jolted Java
  • Mona Rose Winery
  • Koko Sushi Bar
  • Duck Creek Golf Center
  • 3rd Dimension
  • The Messer Family
  • The Bona Family
  • Olde World Pastries
  • Sports Emporium
  • Rezachek Family
  • Dr. D.G. Kenny & Family
  • Woodman’s
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