The Behavior Clinic received a grant for $1.9 million from SAMHSA to provide trauma-informed counseling to children 6 years of age and younger.
The 21st annual Croquet Ball raised $320,000. More than 300 guests enjoyed meeting and mingling with Donald Driver and celebrated Nicholas Wilson who received the Benefactor Award.
In collaboration with Gene Mueller of Newsradio 620 WTMJ and the Bosch Tavern, the “Tug the Tavern” event raised more than $5,300 to support Penfield.
225 Kohl’s Associates in Action volunteers spent 673 hours cleaning and remodeling our center and helping with our children. In support of these efforts, Kohl’s donated $21,500.
In collaboration with Kohl’s Cares, Milwaukee Bucks Rim Rockers, Milwaukee Fire, Police and Sanitation Departments, The Davidson Yell and Tell Foundation, Inc., Milwaukee County Transit System, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Safe & Sound, Inc., and LaMacchia Travel, Safety Day welcomed 200 kids and community members!
Penfield received a $90,000 grant from Aurora Health Care’s Better Together Fund for the Behavior Clinic. This funding will allow us to expand our behavioral health services and outreach to the community.