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ORBIS reaches $1 million in donations with 4th annual golf outing

Global provider of reusable packaging solutions, through its ORBIS Good Days for Kids golf outing, raised over $370,000 for the Children’s Wisconsin Pediatric Simulation and Resuscitation Program. The total helped Children’s Wisconsin reach one million dollars in donations from its Good Days for Kids golf outing.

The Good Day for Kids golf outing held at the Grand Geneva golf course in Lake, Geneva Wisconsin on June 11 raised over $370,000 for the Children’s Wisconsin Pediatric Simulation and Resuscitation Program. The event even got a visit from the famous Racing Sausages from nearby MLB team, the Milwaukee Brewers.
Global provider of reusable packaging solutions, through its ORBIS Good Days for Kids golf outing, raised over $370,000 for the Children’s Wisconsin Pediatric Simulation and Resuscitation Program. The total helped Children’s Wisconsin reach one million dollars in donations from its Good Days for Kids golf outing.

ORBIS Corporation, a global leader in reusable packaging solutions, recently hosted its fourth annual ORBIS Good Days for Kids golf outing that raised over $370,000 for the Children’s Wisconsin Pediatric Simulation and Resuscitation Program, the region’s only independent health care system dedicated to the health and well-being of children. The event was held at the Grand Geneva golf course in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, on Tuesday, June 11, 2024, and the total raised helped Children’s Wisconsin reach one million dollars in donations from its Good Days for Kids golf outing.  

“Children’s Wisconsin has been at the forefront of providing care that gives every child the best chance at a happy, healthy, productive life for more than a century,” said Norm Kukuk, president of ORBIS Corporation. “At ORBIS, we are immensely proud to support this vital mission. The impact Children’s Wisconsin has on families is profound, and we are grateful to be part of their journey. We extend our heartfelt appreciation to our dedicated suppliers for joining forces with us to raise these crucial funds that cumulatively have resulted in one million dollars in donations. I appreciate the work everyone did to make it a record day for us!”  

The partnership between ORBIS and Children’s Wisconsin started out benefiting pediatric critical care for kids experiencing a life-threatening industry or illness. Funds raised during the Good Days for Kids golf outing go to work immediately, fueling the most pressing needs of the Children’s Wisconsin mission of care, advocacy, research and education. Since its inception, this event has raised a staggering $1 million dollars for the Pediatric Simulation and Resuscitation Program, which provides highly realistic simulation-based education to support the training of medical professionals from across the nation. Since 1985, this program has helped to train over 100 pediatric intensive care doctors who are now serving in hospitals across 25 states.  

“We are immensely grateful to ORBIS for their continued support of Children’s Wisconsin,” said Dr. David Margolis, Children’s Wisconsin Pediatrician-in-Chief. “Their generosity allows us to provide cutting-edge training and technology to our dedicated doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals. The support of ORBIS, and everyone participating in the Good Days for Kids golf outing, provides life-saving care and fuels our work to build a brighter future for kids and families.” 

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The Good Day for Kids golf outing held at the Grand Geneva golf course in Lake, Geneva Wisconsin on June 11 raised over $370,000 for the Children’s Wisconsin Pediatric Simulation and Resuscitation Program. The event even got a visit from the famous Racing Sausages from nearby MLB team, the Milwaukee Brewers.