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Mittens for More @ Milwaukee South HS

By | Branding



Milwaukee, December 7, 2016: 125 students at Milwaukee South Division High School received a pair of luxury mittens that were donated from Mittengram, Inc. in Burlington, Wisconsin. The gloves were passed out by Mittengram’s CEO Kinsey Quernemoen and other staff from the high school that understand the harshness of these Midwestern winters.

Mittengram, Inc. is a company based out of Burlington, Wisconsin whose main purpose is to warm hands and hearts across the nation. “With the coldest months approaching my team and I wanted to find an effective and personal way to give back this holiday season,” said Kinsey Quernemoen, Chief Executive Officer of Mittengram.

“For every pair of mittens our company sells, one pair of mittens is given to a person in need,” Quernemoen noted. Mittengram has sold over 400 pairs of mittens since its beginnings in the fall of 2015.

“Students thanked Kinsey and her team as they received their gloves,” said Heather Aschoff, Director of Partnership and Volunteer Associate for the district of Milwaukee school systems. Heather works to coordinate nearly 3,000 community volunteers that participate in making the Milwaukee county school districts a better place to students and their families, “Students at this high school come from across the county and are experiencing their first Midwestern winter. It’s nice to be able to provide them with a little warmth this holiday season.”

For more information about Mittengram or how to send a pair to someone you love, visit their website at www.mittengram.com.

Thank You to All that Made Mittengram’s Fall Model Event a Success!

By | Photography


A big thanks from Mittengram for those who came out to support our mission to Spread the Warmth! Friends and family alike, it was great to have tons of fun while getting some great shots for the site. Thank you again for all who showed up; and an especial thanks to Scottie Peterson for the beautiful photography.

Thanks also to Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy for the beautiful backdrop.