The Building Leaders program is available for youth in grades 5-12 and runs October-April. Brigaders develop their character and leadership skills for six years followed with an opportunity to put those skills into practice for two years as they co-lead a group of younger Brigaders. Youth are placed in groups of 10-15 and experience a number of different physical activities, workshops, guest speakers, small group discussions and more!
Camp Onaway is a 6.5 acre island located on the Chain O' Lakes near Waupaca, Wisconsin. Since 1908, the Brigade has offered camps at Onaway Island as an extension of the Building Leaders program at Brigade. Today, camps are available June-August for boys and girls who have completed grades 4-12 the previous school year. Camp life is filled with fun and enriching experiences never to be forgotten and close friendships that will last a lifetime.
2018 Raffle Fundraiser
Tickets on Sale Now!
Grand Prize: 2018 Polaris Ranger XP 1000 UTV with sport top and glass windshield accessories and a 10’ aluminum trailer ($19,020 value)
2nd Place Prize: Yeti Tundra 65 Hard Cooler ($350 value)
Tickets: $20 each or 6 for $100
Available in the Brigade office
Drawing: December 15, 2018 at 3:00pm at the Brigade Warehouse, 715 Fairwood Drive, Neenah. Need not be present to win. Proceeds benefit the youth at the Brigade.
September 13, 2018
Stop by between 1-6pm to learn more about The Brigade and our Building Leaders and Camp Onaway programs!
Bean Bag Tournament for Brigade
November 3, 2018
8am Check-in, 9am First Round
Pre-registration required by clicking the link below or stop by the Brigade office. Cost is $70 per team of two players for competitive tournament, $60 per team of two players for the social tournament.
Competitive Tournament Prizes: 1st Place - $300; 2nd Place - $200; 3rd Place - $100
Social Tournament Prizes: 1st Place - $100; 2nd Place - $50; 3rd Place - TBD
Proceeds benefit the Brigade.
The Brigade's Christmas Giving program serves financially disadvantaged families in Neenah and Menasha by providing clothing and gifts so they may experience a memorable Christmas. The Christmas Giving program was able to provide gifts to hundreds of children last year thanks to the generosity of the community, volunteers, and staff. Families are referred to the Christmas Giving program by human and health service departments, schools, churches, and other youth organizations.