Family & Community
As a company, Grandma’s House has recognized the importance and need to teach children compassion for one another, their surrounding communities, those less fortunate and our earth. We do this throughout the year by incorporating family nights, participating in community events, holding various drives to support local organizations, providing access to private parent/center websites and creating special activities for the children. It's never too early to start teaching your children the value of community service. Getting involved in volunteering at a young age can set a life-long pattern of advancing the common good. There are many great opportunities for community service for children that will expand their social circle, teach them empathy and compassion, and increase their chances of success in life.
Pennies for Patients
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is the world’s largest non-profit health organization dedicated to finding cures for blood cancers. Their Student Series’ Pennies for Patients program helps raise money to fund research for therapies that save the lives of blood cancer patients.
April 16-20, 2018.
All proceeds raised will benefit the
Pennies for Patients drive.
Our Tosa Center is hosting their
Annual Art Gallery Night during their Month of the Young Child, April 2018. All money raised will go to JDRF which funds research that transforms the lives of people with type 1 diabetes (T1D).
During Week of the Young Child,
April 16-20, 2018,
our Hartland Center is holding a
Sock & Underwear Drive,
accepting child size donations during the week for the Hope Center.
Ronald McDonald House
THANK YOU to all the volunteers from this past Ronald McDonald House
Lunch 2 Go
We have the following Ronald McDonald House dinners (4 - 7 pm) coming up:
We can always use help anytime during
the dinner hours!
In December, we collect Christmas gifts for children in foster care through Children’s Hospital.
PJ & Book Drive
With of your generous pajama donations we were able to donate 146 pairs of pajamas and age appropriate books to children in Foster Care through Saint A's. New foster parents and case workers will be able to "shop" and gather free resources from the Summit location in West Allis.
In November, we have our annual food drive to benefit Waukesha Food Pantry.