Thank you to everyone who helped make our 2021 Golf Outing a great success!
Special thanks to Presenting Sponsor, PyraMax Bank, Hole in One Sponsor Hall Imports, VJS Construction Services, Axley Attorneys and Mark Baden, Chief Meteorologist at WISN 12, for a great day of golf, food and fun. More than $64,000 was raised to support our mission to inspire discovery in children and families of all backgrounds in our community.
We look forward to seeing you all next year at Chenequa Country Club, June 6, 2022
For more information on how you can participate in the 2022 Neighborhood House Open, please complete the form below or contact Widge Liccione at (414) 933-6161, ext. 127 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to our 17th Annual Golf Outing Sponsors
Roman Draba, Mark and Amy Katz, Heather & Dan Schuh
Jeff Martinka, Jay and Stephanie Radtke
When you Sponsor the Neighborhood House Open,
… Inspire Discovery
Our top-rated child care, multi-faceted after-school AND summer programs allow parents to go to work with the confidence that their child is in a safe and nurturing environment that encourages them to develop their full potential. Parents are invited to partner in their child’s education daily. We also host free or low cost, family-friendly field trips and nature outings that supports families having fun and learning together.
… Strengthen Families
Neighborhood House serves as an educational, civic cornerstone that strengthens families and builds connections across communities. Our programs encourage people of all ages to invest in their community through service opportunities, internships, public gardening and more. Neighborhoods improve when people develop a sense of ownership.
… Build Community
Neighborhood House has always had a special focus on equity, inclusion and diversity. Its nursery and youth programs were among the first racially-integrated in the 1960s. Diverse leadership continues as a feature of today’s Neighborhood House leadership – both staff and board. We also proudly continue to serve vastly diverse program participants. While the task is never complete, diversity, equity and inclusion have long been ingrained in our DNA.