Changing the lives of those we serve.

Home

Changing the lives of those we serve.

Resources. Peer Support. Social Events. Awareness. Changing lives!

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 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.

 

JUNE News:

Thank you to all of our donors, sponsors and golfers for Danny's Golf Outing and the Grip It Rip It Sip It event

Welcome new SBWIS members Chance, Dempsey, Charlie, Jacob, and Lexi

Welcome to SBFN Madison area families. Please complete the SBWIS contact form to officially join our statewide organization.


MEMBER OF THE MONTH:

June Member of the Month is Emma H. Emma is 3 years old and lives in Appleton, WI. Emma benefited from the SBWIS Adaptive Sports and Recreation fund so she can participate in tumbling and hippo-therapy. She loves both activities and being active is so important for her growth and development. Way to go Emma!

 

 

 


SBWIS WISHES TO Thank these donors:

Hops Frog and Grille & The Burke Volunteer Team in honor of Carter

Diversified Insurance SPARK Grant: $5,000.00 for Toddlers on the Move program

Donations from JCPenney employee

Enterprise Holdings Foundation and Uncle Ryan W.

Recurring and company matched donations from Kevin at Ameriprise Financial Services Inc and Jeanne at United Health Group 


save the date:

Strike Up Some Fun family bowling event July 23, 2017. Pre-registration required.

Shop With Journey of Hope July 24, 2017. Pre-registration required.

Sprint for Spina Bifida August 12, 2017 at Mount Mary University. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER OR DONATE FOR SPRINT

September 23 Horseback Riding at Three Gaits in the Madison area


Lives changeD In 2017:

30 new members 

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

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

13 people through campership funding to attend many different kinds of camps