Dianna Risk was a well-loved educator and counselor in the Madison Consolidated Schools system for over 30 years. During her time at Madison Junior High School (MJHS), she guided the Peer Counselors and created Camp Win-Win, a summer camp training 8th graders in leadership, peer counseling, and drug and alcohol education. In 2007, she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. While battling the disease, she shared with friends and co-workers that she wanted to establish an endowment to ensure that Camp Win-Win and the Peer Counselors program would be able to continue for many years to come. Her family and friends collected donations and held fundraisers to make that a reality before her passing in late 2007, much to Dianna’s excitement.
Annual grants are made to MJHS to support the Peer Counselors and related activities such as Camp Win-Win.
To donate to this fund, click the GIVE NOW button and type “MJHS Peer Counseling Endowment in Honor of Dianna Risk” in the “Fund Donating To:” box.