Community Health Charities welcomes new members

Community Health Charities of Wisconsin, a federation of Wisconsin’s premiere health agencies that partner to raise charitable contributions in workplaces across the state, recently added seven new organizations as members. The new organizations include: The Ronald McDonald House in Milwaukee, American Parkinson Disease Association, Bread of Healing Clinic, The Wisconsin Parkinson Disease Association, South East Wisconsin Adaptive Ski Program, The Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation and the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Wisconsin.
“These members represent a continuation of new strategic growth direction for Community Health Charities,” said Gary Ross, executive director. “Our goal is to provide workers across Wisconsin with the ability to help organizations that they find meaningful. Many people have benefitted from the research and support services of these organizations. We are pleased to bring them into the Community Health Charities federation.” 
Member organizations have a common goal to help people affected by life threatening and chronic diseases. Funds raised through the federation’s workplace giving campaigns are designated directly to the member organization of the donor’s choice.

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