Help us raise funds for patients at Rogers

Do you have a passion for giving back? An urge to raise awareness of mental health and wellness? A desire to make an impact on people’s lives?

Organizing your own fundraiser is an excellent way to help break down the stigma of mental health and addiction challenges and raise dollars for patients and programs at Rogers Behavioral Health. From social campaigns to special events, there are so many ways to show your support. We encourage you to be creative and have fun. The Foundation team is here to answer questions and provide assistance. Have a question? Email or call us at 262-646-1646.

Online fundraising page

Turn your next special occasion into an online event with a purpose when you create your own online fundraising page.

Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, graduation, family reunion, or other meaningful occasion—consider asking friends and loved ones to honor the event by donating to Rogers Foundation. Several SMALL gifts collected by a group can make a BIG impact on changing the course for someone striving to overcome their mental health or addiction challenges.

It’s easy to get started, and we’ll give you all the support and tools you need to make your fundraiser a success. Download a pdf of a step-by-step guide to creating your fundraising page through the above link.

Custom fundraising event

Rex ran 200 miles to raise awareness and support for mental health, exceeding his fundraising goal by $1,200.

The type of event you create is as limitless as your imagination. To get started, download our MyRogers Proposal Packet.

Here are just a few ways former patients and families, organizations, and passionate individuals have raised funds and friends for the Foundation:

  • Swing-a-thon – Residents at Marquette University’s Cobeen Hall swing for 36.5 hours straight every year to raise awareness of eating disorders and raise funds for patients at the Rogers’ Eating Disorder Center.
  • Skate-a-thon – Three middle school girls set out to skate for a day to raise awareness of mental health challenges. They collected pledges to support their efforts, with all proceeds going to Rogers Foundation.
  • Rummage sale – One passionate mother set up a rummage sale in her local high school gymnasium. Representatives from Rogers were on hand to bring awareness to mental health challenges and proceeds were donated to Rogers Foundation.
  • Golf outing – An area corporation donated all proceeds from its annual golf outing to support the initiatives of Rogers Foundation. A check was presented to a Rogers staff member during the awards ceremony following the event.

"Give for a Better Day" Drives

When you hold one a “Give for a Better Day” gift drive, you bring joy to patients at Rogers.

Donations of new, unused items or monetary gifts will help equip patients with a variety of items to enhance their journey to recovery. Direct questions to 262-646-1646 or email.

Holiday Gift Drive

Each year, individuals, organizations, retailers, and corporations hold clothing or toy drives for children served by a wide variety of non-profits. Many people do not realize the extent of patients at Rogers whose severity of syptoms will make it unlikely that they will return home in time for the holidays, or whose family resources will make it prohibitive to participate in the gift-giving season.

Give patients the gift of a smile this Holiday season!

*We make every attempt to distribute equal amount of gifts to patients. Any unused gifts will continue to be given to patients on an individual basis by their clinical team after the holidays season is over.

Angel Fund Drive

Little things can make a BIG difference!

Your gifts go a long way in providing assistance for hardship outside of direct treatment costs. Donations of new, unused items, gift cards or monetary gifts will provide for personal neccessities such as accommodations (hotels/rent/supportive living), transportation (gas, airfare, bus/train), utility bills, groceries, clothing, and other daily necessities.

Help improve the lives of our patients on a personal level.

Coping Skills Drive

Help fill the emotional toolkit!

The use of play and games in therapy is proven to be an effective way to help cope with intense emotions and behaviors. At Rogers, patients learn how everyday items can be used as powerful therapeutic tools to calm their minds and bodies.

How to Help: Fundraise

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