We are proud to be able to tell you where your dollars go, how they are used, and who they serve. We can do this because our recipients sign a contract. Part of that contract is supplying annual reports that detail where our funds are being used. Because it’s important to us that we are accountable to you, it’s important to us that our recipients are accountable to us. Annual reports show an average of 65% of each dollar raised has gone directly to one of our grant recipients.
An Economic Multiplier is achieved because Tomorrow’s Hope keeps its dollars local. In Southeastern Wisconsin, every $1 distributed creates $1.62 in economic benefit, according to the University of Wisconsin Extension Office.
Find out more about the organizations, programs and communities that benefit from the funds granted by Tomorrow’s Hope by viewing individual grant recipient pages.
The Alzheimer’s Association – Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter serves a diverse 11-county region, where an estimated 50,000 people are affected by Alzheimer’s disease. There are three chapters in the state of Wisconsin.
To eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
A world without Alzheimer’s disease.
|American Family Children’s Hospital – Madison|
The American Family Children’s Hospital is a beautiful, world-class children’s medical and surgical center with a pediatric intensive careunit, a widely recognized transplant surgery program, a children’s cancer center and a family-friendly atmosphere.
Named a Best Children’s Hospital in seven specialties by U.S. News & World Report, this modern, yet comforting facility offers patients and families access to cutting-edge treatments in a very soothing environment optimal for healing.
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Children’s Hospital and Health System is an independent health care system dedicated solely to the health and well-being of children. The 12 entities that make up the health system work to improve the lives of children everywhere through care giving, advocacy, research and education.
Specializes in congenital heart disease, pediatric heart, lung and bone marrow transplantation, and other diagnoses and treatments. Milwaukee and Neenah.
Fort HealthCare has a mission to improve the health and well-being of our community. With a vision statement to be the healthiest community in Wisconsin.
The National Niemann-Pick Disease Foundation supports and promotes research to find treatments and a cure for all types of Niemann-Pick Disease, and we provide support services for individuals and families affected by NPD. Our Vision…is a world where Niemann-Pick Disease is no longer a threat to a full and productive life for patients and their families.
Rainbow Hospice Care is a community based non-profit hospice organization serving a five county area in south-central Wisconsin. Headquartered in Jefferson WI, Rainbow Hospice Care was founded in 1990 and serves patients with any type of life-limiting illness such as cancer; heart, lung, and liver diseases; stroke; Parkinson’s disease; Alzheimer’s; ALS; and AIDS; with a life expectancy of less than six months. Regardless of age, race, gender, faith, ethnicity, insurance coverage or economic status—all patients and their loved ones are treated with the same respect, kindness and concern—focusing on quality of life, maintaining comfort and dignity, and providing expert physical, emotional, and spiritual support tailored to each individual’s unique needs and wishes.
The mission of the Rock River Free Clinic is to provide access to free health services through health professionals dedicated to caring for low income and uninsured individuals.
The University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center is recognized throughout the Midwest and the nation as one of the leading innovators in cancer research, quality patient care and active community involvement. UW Carbone Cancer Center is the only comprehensive cancer center, as designated by the National Cancer Institute, in Wisconsin. Learn more about clinical studies and other initiatives on our UW Carbone Cancer Center Research and Health Professionals Site by clicking here.
Watertown Area Cares Clinic (WACC) is a division of Dodge Jefferson Healthier Community Partnership comprised of a diverse group of people committed to creating and sustaining a medical clinic to serve the working uninsured, low-income people in the Watertown Area. The WACC board is a 30-member team whose efforts are key to fulfilling our mission.
Watertown Regional Medical Center partners with Tomorrow’s Hope to enhance the health of our region. They have focused their efforts in recent years to target the community members who they believe need preventative care the most – those who avoid routine medical care, those who lack the funds or transportation to receive care, and those who simply lack the “time” to make personal health a priority. To make the most impact, they’ve also focused their efforts on processes that most significantly affect our families, friends and neighbors.