The 2017 LindenGrove Foundation
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Read on to Learn More about the LindenGrove Foundation
The LindenGrove Foundation exists to provide resources necessary for LindenGrove to fulfill its mission as a not-for-profit provider of health care and senior residential services in Southeastern Wisconsin. The Foundation's mission is to offer financial support that allows LindenGrove to enhance the quality of care and quality of life of LindenGrove's residents and their families.
Since our establishment in 1999, we've been extremely resourceful, rarely making a broad public appeal for support. We're thankful that so many individuals and organizations have partnered with the Foundation through financial contributions to make a difference for our residents. We ask you to become one of our partners as well.
As you consider a gift to the LindenGrove Foundation:
> If you choose to give electronically, click the green Give Today button (above) to be taken to a secure webpage. You may choose to give through your own PayPal account or by credit/debit card.
> If you wish to designate your gift as a tribute gift, memorial gift, or to benefit a specific LindenGrove facility or campus, click 'Add special instructions to the seller'and key-in your information in the text box.
> If you choose to call-in your credit card number, call the LindenGrove Foundation at (262) 797-4600
> If you wish to email the Foundation, click here.
> If you choose to mail-in a donation, make checks payable to the LindenGrove Foundation and mail to:
LindenGrove Foundation, 13700 W National Ave, New Berlin, WI 53151
Your Financial Support of the LindenGrove Foundation Makes a Difference
The work of the LindenGrove Foundation is done quietly … providing comfort, enhanced activities and programming, and significant environmental improvements within our nine facilities. This work brings joy and supports a quality of life that means so much to our residents and patients. Donations to the LindenGrove Foundation help make this work a reality. Examples of how contributions are at work in our facilities include:
Daily animal companionship with cats and dogs-snuggling with and talking to pets occurs daily because the animals live there too
Occasions to enjoy activities elsewhere-the facility van drives residents to places like the Brewers game, the Domes, Fireside Theater, and local custard stands
Meaningful activities several times a day- exercising, working toward a personal goal, and becoming informed of and discussing current events are examples of activities conducted with a purpose
Beautiful outdoor gardens with walking paths encourage residents and patients to spend time outside-every facility has its own 'backyard' with bird feeders, flowers and outdoor seating areas
Established in 1999 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the LindenGrove Foundation is managed by a local volunteer Board of Directors, elected to staggered 3-year terms.
Steve Cooper, MBA, Board Chairman & President
Retired, Professor Emeritus of Music
Senior Director of Operations
Karie Ruekert Kobiske, MSN, RN
Clinical Associate Professor of Nursing
Columbia College of Nursing
Tony Laszewski, Board Secretary
SVP, Manager of Commercial Lending
Waukesha State Bank
Larry Nines, Board Treasurer
Retired, Executive Director
Wis. Health and Educational Facilities Authority
Retired, Senior Financial Analyst
Steve Tikalsky, JD
VOLUNTEER at LindenGrove
Volunteering at LindenGrove can be rewarding, as well
as being greatly appreciated.
GIVE TODAY to the LindenGrove Foundation
Donations help to enhance the quality of life of
those we serve and to provide for our elders.