Saint Michael's Foundation 25th Anniversary

Founders’ Reception, September 24, 2014

 

25 Years of Caring for the Community: Be a part of what’s next

In 1989, our nation watched George Bush, Sr. become the 41st president of the United States. We were introduced to the ever-popular TV show, Seinfeld, and paid $1.12/gallon for unleaded gas while paying twenty five cents for a first class stamp. During this same year, a handful of visionary philanthropists who were dedicated, caring community leaders came together to form a rock-solid institution; one they hoped would inspire philanthropy for generations to come while helping to meet the healthcare needs of our community.

Twenty five years later, Saint Michael’s Foundation has invested over $3 million dollars to provide critical support to programs and initiatives that have improved the health and healthcare of our community.

Throughout 2014, Saint Michael’s Foundation will celebrate 25 years of caring for our community with special celebratory programs and events. We will be celebrating this milestone with our community, our associates and the people who have made our successes possible.

Every act of philanthropy begins with a vision for a brighter future. We invite you to be a part of what’s next.

For Questions or

To Make a Gift

Saint Michael's Foundation
900 Illinois Avenue
Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481

715.346.5349

E-mail: stmichaelsfoundation
@ministryhealth.org

 

Please see the Donor Card for details about how you can make a difference with a pledge.

Give a Gift That Gives Back!

The Holidays are a time of giving, and what better gift to give than one that gives back. We have a great way for you to give the gift of fitness to family and friends with 10 visits for 10 dollars. All proceeds benefit Saint Michael’s Foundation Greatest Need Fund! Click Here

Literacy for Little Ones

You can improve the life of a child and foster a love of reading. Click here to support Literacy for Little Ones, a program that encourages parents to read to their newborns by supplying parents with free books. Reading to children creates family bonds and builds strong foundation for literacy and education. Founded in 2009 by Stevens Point 6th grader Rachel Ley, Literacy for Little Ones has delivered books to newborns at Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital and other hospitals in Wisconsin, Minnesota and even Nicaragua. Your gift will encourage snuggles and literacy throughout the world.

 
 
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