Meet Our Donors
A Dad and Daughter Pay It Forward at Children's
“You never know when you are going to need this place. But when you need it, you are exactly where you are supposed to be.” For Marc Daniloff, that time was February 2013, when his 15-year-old daughter, Audra, developed a high, unexplained fever. She and her dance team brought home a trophy at the state championships that weekend, but the fever persisted. More
An Artist and Activist Invests in the Future
Patricia Obletz had the future in mind when she included Children’s Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine in her estate planning. “Good mental health prepares us for life’s challenges,” Patricia said. “If your mind is okay, you can handle just about anything.” More
Personal Connection to Children’s Inspires Ann to Give
Ann Freudenthal’s introduction to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin began the same way as many others did: by visiting a loved one. In 2002, Ann’s nephew Hans was born at 27 weeks and weighed less than 3 pounds. More
A life touched by gratitude and a life spent giving back
When Dorothy Heale was a child, she was taught that sharing and giving are the same, and she watched as her family gave as much as they could – and then gave more. It was a lesson she never forgot. More
An investment in “futures” that can’t be beat
At Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, we often think of that saying when we think of our Guardian readers. You have a real vision for the world you want to help create for future generations of children. More
A Special Gift That Supports Incredible Care.
On Feb. 8, 2008, Ed and Anna Jost's niece, Kim, went into labor. Kim's third child, Brandon, was born with Down's Syndrome and admitted into the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Thanks to the expert care provided by our level IV NICU in Milwaukee and a multidisciplinary team of specialists, Kim and her husband, Greg, are now blessed to have a six-year-old boy who is growing stronger each day. More
How does one describe a woman who spent her entire career teaching first graders, whose love of kids led her and her late husband, Franklin, to arrange for a gift to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin in their estate plans? How about Mrs. Wonderful? It's an endearing nickname that Carol Kling embodies. More
A Place to Call Home.
First birthdays are an important milestone. For Steve Scheil, imagining a tiny, smiling, frosting-covered face, it was all the more special. At the age of one, Steve Scheil was adopted and found the warmth of a loving "forever" home. More