Together for Waisman: A Stay-at-Home Benefit
May 30 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Together for Waisman
Join us for a stay-at-home benefit on Saturday, May 30.
A stay-at-home benefit to support teletraining services in the Waisman Center Clinics. Enjoy a gourmet meal-to-go catered by Chez Vous.
|When:||Saturday, May 30, 2020
2:00 – 5:00
|What:||A gourmet meal-to-go, prepared by Chez Vous (vegetarian option available)
Goodies from Orange Tree Imports
A a bottle of wine from General Beverage
|How:||Curbside delivery – meals delivered by EatStreet Madison and include a $10 EatStreet gift card
Pick-up between 2:00-5:00 p.m
|Download:||Together for Waisman Invitation and Response Card|
|Share the Joy:||Keep a meal, gift a meal|
|Questions?||For more information, to learn about partner opportunities or general questions
Email or call Teresa Palumbo – firstname.lastname@example.org | 608-279-7460
|Register by:||By May 22, 2020|
|Register:||Click here to register for the Waisman Spring Benefit 2020|
|Partnership Levels:||All donations matched by the Irving & Dorothy Levy Family Foundation.
Click her to become a Partner!
Platinum Partner $ 1,000 Includes 4 gourmet meals, 2 bottles of wine + special surprise
Ruby Partner $ 800 Includes 4 gourmet meals, 2 bottles of wine + special surprise
Gold Partner $ 500 Includes 4 gourmet meals, 2 bottles of wine
Silver Partner $ 250 Includes 2 gourmet meals, 1 bottle of wine
Bronze Partner $ 125 Includes 1 gourmet meal, 1 bottle of wine
|Donate Only:||Donation Only Any amount. 100% tax-deductible.
Or send your check to: Friends of the Waisman Center, Room 239, 1500 Highland Ave., Madison, WI 53705
With every challenge comes new opportunities. In lieu of a spring benefit concert,we are celebrating you, our partners, and supporting the Waisman Center through an at-home benefit to expand teletraining services in the Waisman Center Clinics. COVID-19 has served as a catalyst in expanding the ways our clinicians connect and engage with our community. While we are not seeing patients in person, advances in technology have enabled us to keep our clinic operations going and will be a game-changer in the future.
We need your help. Through a generous challenge grant from the Irving & Dorothy Levy Family Foundation, we have the opportunity to match donations up to $25,000.Your charitable gift will support the ECHO project (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes). This new initiative uses video conferencing technology to provide education and case consultation on best practice clinical services, training, and resources for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, such as autism, and their families. ECHO will serve as a diagnostic and treatment training hub to share the Waisman Center’s expertise with clinicians throughout the state and beyond.