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Thank you for supporting Rogers Foundation

Together we can make a difference in the lives of Rogers patients and families.

There are many ways to financially support Rogers Foundation. Use the secure donation form below to make an immediate gift of any amount, whether one-time or on a recurring basis. You can select how you want your donation to be used, as well as if you wish to make it in honor of an individual or organization, or in memory of a loved one. Or scroll down to see other giving options.
Shine the LimeLight

Has someone at Rogers made a difference in your life or in the life of someone you love? You can put this individual in the “LimeLight” to show your gratitude. As lime green is the official color of mental health awareness, LimeLight was created to celebrate a Rogers staff member who made a special contribution to you or your loved one’s mental health recovery process.

Your chosen team member will receive a letter informing them that you have made a donation in their honor. The gift amount will remain confidential. They will also receive a commemorative certificate welcoming them into the LimeLight. Download the LimeLight brochure to learn more.

Click here to shine the light on a Rogers’ caregiver today!

Employer gift match

Does your employer have a matching gift program? Take a moment to find out, and you may be able to double the impact of your gift. Talk to your employer today, and send the completed form to us by fax (262-646-1355), email or mail to: Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation, 34700 Valley Road, Oconomowoc, WI, 53066. Some companies offer online matching gift processing. In this case, no form is required.

Gift and estate planning

When you include Rogers Foundation in your estate planning, through gifts of securities or an endowed fund, you can leave a lasting legacy and realize certain financial benefits. Talk to your financial advisor today or contact us to learn more about gift and estate planning. Download our “Secure the Future” brochure to learn more.

Learn more about mental health and addiction challenges and the work of Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation on our YouTube channel.