2024 Fundraiser

January 15, 2024

RCF's 2024 Fundraiser


FEBRUARY 19, 2024


The Barn on Prairie • 5828 S County Rd G • Janesville


The RCF vision is to ‘protect liberty and freedom in our local communities.’  With this as the backdrop behind this year’s fundraiser, the theme is “Freedom is Local.”  We are very pleased to be joined virtually by Ms. Yeonmi Park, a famous North Korean defector (see her bio below).  She will be discussing the fragility and importance of maintaining our freedoms.  

RCF believes freedom is local. This is where our educational (quality education), financial (local taxation), religious (ability to practice one’s religion), and electoral (providing consent of the governed) freedoms are largely maintained.  These freedoms must be protected and reinforced by our local county, municipality, and school boards, which consist of the engaged citizens of Rock County.

Over the last three years, RCF has created a powerful platform and community focused on this mission.  You and your participation are both appreciated and critical for our success. 

Please join us at this momentous fundraiser on President’s Day, February 19th! Buy tickets via the button above.

“No one can do everything, but everyone can do something.”


Yeonmi Park is a renowned, human-rights activist and North Korean refugee and defector who has become a leading voice of oppressed people around the world.  The BBC named Park one of their “Top 100 Global Women.” Her personal story of living in tyranny, then eventually escaping to freedom in the United States, is one you will likely never forget.  Also, her words of caution to its citizens about its waning freedom is one that everyone should hear. Ms. Park will be joining us virtually.


The first 20 RCF Supporters to register for this event will receive a FREE autographed copy of Ms. Park’s book entitled, While Time Remains.


Tim is probably the most ‘in touch’ person in Rock County as he interviews local business people, various local governmental administrators, as well as local, state and Federal elected officials five days a week on this local radio show called “Your Talkshow.”  He also spends time speaking with local citizens on what is on their minds that day.  The ongoing success of his radio show on WCLO (9:15 – 11:30 am Monday – Friday) is largely due to Tim’s willingness to speak to anyone on nearly any topic, and his penchant to ask the tough questions of his guests.  For Tim, it is not as much about partisan-politics as it is about informing his listeners of topics they are most interested in learning more about, and those topics which may otherwise go uncovered.  Tim is a resident of Orfordville and started as Program Director in 1998, but started his career as a successful copywriter.  In the summer time you will catch Tim driving around in his ’98 Pontiac Sunfire convertible.  His dream would be to own Janesville’s first Sonic drive-in.

“I believe the highest aspiration of man should be individual freedom and development of the individual.” 

Ronald Reagan

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