Thank you for supporting our mission
With your help, people like Joe (pictured above) are able to participate in a variety of activities at Curative Care, including learning daily living skills to help promote independence. For nearly 100 years, we have continued to advance its mission to improve the function and quality of life for children, adults and senior citizens with disabilities or limiting conditions.
Thanks to your generous support, Curative Care can continue to serve thousands of people with disabilities or limiting conditions in southeast Wisconsin each year. You can:
- Help children with special needs achieve milestones including sitting, crawling, talking, playing and starting school.
- Help adults with disabilities or limiting conditions find jobs in the community, attend day programs that promote independence and receive rehabilitative therapy that improves function and quality of life.
- Help senior citizens live independently in their homes and attend a day center that supports community engagement, despite failing memories or frail health.
Curative Care does not sell, exchange or otherwise distribute names or email addresses of our donors for solicitation or marketing purposes.
All donations to Curative Care are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Curative Care is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization (EIN 39-0806286).
Ways generous donations help some of the most vulnerable in our society thrive:
$25 Buys an adaptive toy for a Birth to Three child with special needs OR a relaxing whirlpool bath for a client with memory loss at our Senior Center
$50 Buys two group fitness classes for older adults with memory loss OR one month of art and painting supplies for adults with developmental disabilities
$75 Covers the cost of “Skills to Pay the Bills” training for clients with cognitive disabilities OR a Swiss ball to teach children head and neck control
$100 Buys four group fitness classes for older adults with memory loss OR a weighted blanket to help a child with sensory modulation
$150 Buys one month of yoga and music activities for seniors with memory loss
$200 Buys a positioning bolster to stabilize a child during treatment
$225 Pays for one bus trip (transport) for a group of clients with cognitive and physical disabilities to a community event or activity
$250 Buys four group music therapy sessions
$500 Buys 13 one-on-one early childhood education sessions for a child with developmental disabilities
$800 Buys a month of Job Coaching for a person with disabilities in our Curative Works programs
$900 Covers one year of Work Incentive Benefits for one client with special needs who is transitioning towards financial independence
$1,000 Buys a pediatric mat table to help with functional exercises
$1,200 Pays for 12 weeks of therapy for a child with special needs
$1,300 Pays for a weekly bath for one year for a senior with memory loss
$5,000 Buys adaptive equipment for our therapy gym
$6,000 Buys a Smart Board for young adults with special needs who participate in our Club Curative program to gain Independent Living Skill knowledge/practice
$6,100 Pays for six months of Adult Day Services for someone with cognitive or physical disabilities
$6,500 Provides 30 months of temporary work training for ten adults with disabilities
$10,000 Supports our building maintenance fund
$12,200 Provides one year of Adult Day Services for a person with cognitive and physical disabilities
$50,000 Purchases an ADA compliant van to give adults with disabilities transportation to community events and activities
Accepted contribution types
We accept monetary contributions and gifts in kind. Donors may also designate Curative Care as the beneficiary of a bequest, 401K account, life insurance policy or trust. Gifts of stock or real estate can also help support our mission.
For more information about making a donation to Curative Care, please call our Community Relations department at 414-479-9207.
Donation with cash or check
To make a contribution by cash or check, please send your donation to:
Attn: Community Relations
1000 N. 92nd Street
Milwaukee, WI 53226