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Giving Back at the Holidays

downloadDuring your holiday shopping this season, there are a few ways that you can give back to Easter Seals Wisconsin while checking gifts off your shopping list.


The holiday shopping season kicks off with Black Friday, but celebrate the season on Tuesday, December 1, also known as #GivingTuesday. Using the Crowdrise Giving Tower App on your phone, you can donate to Easter Seals Wisconsin and SEE the difference donors like you can make in just one day!


An easy way to give back while shopping on Amazon is by shopping online at Amazon Smile and choosing Easter Seals Wisconsin as your non-profit of choice.  When you make your Amazon purchase while on the Amazon Smile portion of the website, a percentage of that sale is donated to Easter Seals Wisconsin.


And of course, the way to benefit Easter Seals Wisconsin the most, is to make a donation! Making a gift in honor of a friend or family member is a great way to give a unique gift that will benefit a child or adult with a disability in Wisconsin. Generous donors like you and all of your support have helped change lives for the better, forever. Gifts can be given through the mail or online, here.

Calling All Non-Profits!


Easter Seals Wisconsin is partnering with area organizations to coordinate clothing drives and “Pack the Truck” fundraisers, a community service project, that not only supports Easter Seals services for people with disabilities but also raises much needed revenue for these non-profit organizations as well.  Read more.

Register for Camp Today!

Elks Day 2015_395Camp registration for campers, staff & volunteers is open for the 2015-2016 year.


The session schedule can be viewed here.


For specific information on sessions, please see our brochure or email the camp office for more information.


To sign a camper up, please log in to the Camp Database to register online, or download our application to print out and mail in to Easter Seals Wisconsin.


For any questions, about which camp session is best for you, or to have any of the above materials mailed to you, please email the camp office or call Ellen Rischette at 608-237-1979.


For anyone interested working at camp, please apply online here.  If you have any questions about working at camp, contact Cyndi Garza.  To volunteer at camp, contact Anna Korb.  If you are interested in joining AmeriCorps to work at camp, please contact Alexis McCann.