Helping patients & families living in YOUR community every single day.
The Home Health United - Visiting Nurse Service Foundation provides assistance across southern Wisconsin to those facing health related issues. When you make a donation, you are helping people living in your community who are recovering from serious illness or injury, families coping with terminal illness and grief, seniors dealing with hunger, and your neighbors in need through community programs.
There are many ways to give, and every gift, of any size, is greatly appreciated.
Your donations make a difference.
Donations provide Hospice patients with a small gift bag containing a journal to record memories, a lavender candle for aroma therapy, soothing music, lotion for light healing massages, and a memorial ornament.
Gifts to the Foundation are used to purchase teddy bears to comfort children grieving the loss of a loved one. Our Community Grief Support Groups and grief and bereavement support materials are also supported by our donors.
Monies are used to grant wishes for our hospice patients and their families. Throughout the years we have granted many wishes including giving a woman one last great day out on the water fishing and providing support to help a dying Veteran see the memorials in Washington DC.
Contributions to the Foundation allow us to hold Camp GLOW, a free grief support day camp for children who are struggling with the loss of a loved one.
Our donors’ generosity helps patients who are unable to remain at home live out their days at the St. Clare Hospice House in Baraboo.
Home Health United’s Meals On Wheels program relies on donor assistance to feed hungry seniors living in Madison, Middleton, Monona, and Sun Prairie. Donations also help fund special events like the art classes that were recently provided to Meals On Wheels recipients in their homes.