Because every minute matters
Nearly 80% of Ozaukee and Sheboygan Counties’ EMS responders are volunteers or paid-on-call, and a vast majority of the counties are rural. This means it takes an average of 5-10 minutes for a first responder to arrive to an emergency in these counties — sometimes double the national average.
But thanks to you and so many in our community, the When Minutes Matter campaign is making a difference for people who live and work in Ozaukee and Sheboygan counties. Together, we raised $550,000 – including a $125,000 gift from Acuity – to improve the infrastructure for specialized services, provide emergency medical training and empower more people in our communities with lifesaving tools so they can take quick action in emergency situations.
Some of these tools and training include:
We can't thank you enough for your generosity. We appreciate all you do!
Every last one of our donors made When Minutes Matter a resounding success. We appreciate you!Read more
EMD software funded by When Minutes Matter helped the Hallams through a life-threatening situation.Read more