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Spina Bifida Wisconsin, Ltd (SBWIS) is a charitable organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. SBWIS operates independently from other national or state Spina Bifida organizations. SBWIS includes infants, children and adults with Spina Bifida, as well as parents, guardians, family, friends, healthcare providers, and other supporters. Since 1987, SBWIS has been dedicated to helping families emotionally, educationally, and financially.

 

february News:

Our Burger Bashes were a huge success! 15 families benefited from the opportunity to socialize and enjoy the peer support.

Welcome to our new members: Charlie, Ares, Khloe and Miles

SAVE the DATE for Danny's 14th Annual Golf Outing on June 7, 2018. Online registration opens March 1st.



member of the month:

February Member of the Month is Hayden from Madison! We met Hayden last  year at the Rocky’s pizza night. Hayden is 9 years old and loves all things LEGO! Something cool about his family is that they travel yearly to Australia to visit Hayden’s grandparents. According to Hayden, if anyone travels down-under they should “see everything!”. Hayden uses a wheelchair, and if he met another boy that uses a wheelchair, he’d tell him “it’s okay to be different”. Thanks for sharing your wisdom, Hayden! #WISBimpact

#WISBaware For more information about sled hockey and Wisconsin teams visit: Wisconsin Skeeters Facebook Page

Coulee Region Sled Hockey

Wisconsin Adaptive Sports 

Pictured here is Hayden, our February Member of the Month!

Pictured here is Hayden, our February Member of the Month!

SBWIS WISHES TO Thank these donors:

Ongoing donations from United Health Care Group, Aurora Health Care Employee Campaign, Ameriprise Financial, Inc. and JC Penny employees.

Allay Home and Hospice

Ziemann Foundation, Inc


Lives changeD In 2018:

4 new members joined SBWIS

1 family through adaptive recreation funding for things like adaptive ski equipment, a bike, wheelchair basketball program and swim lessons

5 family through family fund assistance for kitchen modifications, medical expenses, and travel related to child's care

3 people through scholarships for higher education in memory of Mary Ann Potts

5 people through Toddlers on the Move

1 person through Campership funding to attend many different kinds of camps