Offering hope for young men struggling with behavioral, mental and emotional health.
Rawhide’s community-based youth counseling provides a safe space for young men and women to talk about how they feel without fear of judgment.
Your donations help transform young lives.
Get involved in the life-changing work that happens every day at Rawhide.
Since 1965, our mission has been one of belief.
For youth who are hurting, who feel lost or abandoned. For teens who question their worth, and families feeling powerless to help them. Rawhide exists for you. Because every one of us was created to be loved. And it’s our mission to help hurting and at-risk youth discover the hope of a healthy and fulfilling life.
For troubled young men who need healthy changes and a new direction.
For young men and women struggling with mental and emotional health.
They are both tools that transform the lives of Wisconsin’s at-risk youth! This fundraising event helps raise money for the at-risk youth we serve around the state. It is an opportunity for local communities to experience our campus, learn more about our mission and enjoy a famous Wisconsin fish fry.
Many of the youth who come to Rawhide are in real danger. From themselves, others around them or their living situations. Your support does more than help them find peace or stability. Your donations mean real lives saved.
During their time at Starr Academy, 82% of students earn high school credits.
During their time at Starr Academy, 71% of students increased their GPA.
Rawhide served 745 youth and families through residential and community counseling services.
77% of funds directly finance programs that serve at-risk youth and families.
A couple with a dream. A star quarterback with a heart for changing lives. Since 1965, Rawhide has carried on the legacy of hope that the Gillespie and Starr families first brought to life.
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