Wells Street Station Apartments in Delafield, Wisconsin held a “Give for a Better Day” Holiday Drive in support of children and teens at Rogers Memorial Hospital. They set out a large empty box that was beautifully decorated for the holidays. On it was a wish list of items, including: coloring books, colored pencils, markers, crayons and silly putty. The residents of the apartment complex were invited to make a donation. By the end of the drive, the box was filled to the top!
Rogers Foundation would like to extend a very special thank you to the residents at the apartment complex for their overwhelming support of mental health and wellness, and for making this holiday season one to celebrate for the kids at Rogers.
Pictured: Dana and Don
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While the holidays are an especially critical time, we would be happy to assist you with a “Give for a Better Day” drive anytime of the year. If you are part of a civic organization, or if you have a friend or family member who owns a business, a coping skills drive is an excellent way to help patients at Rogers fill their emotional toolkit with small, but effective, therapeutic items. Contact Linda Schieble or go to MyRogers for details.