Three Pillars Senior Living Communities is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3). For more than 100 years, the Wisconsin Masonic Home, Inc. (Three Pillars Senior Living Communities) has been touching lives of its residents. The high quality care provided for seniors is the result of years of tradition and caring.
Your gift of support can be directed however you choose:
- Toward a specific program or department for the purpose of enhancing the quality of care - see designation options below.
- Toward a “wish list” item that is published through the Foundations newsletter.
Three Pillars is pleased to participate in Operation Freedom, a partnership with the Oconomowoc-Hartland Masonic Lodge and Stars & Stripes Honor Flight, Inc.
This initiative seeks to accomplish a twofold goal:
- That every eligible veteran who resides on our Dousman campus will travel on an Honor Flight.
- That each of their travel companion guardians will fly at no cost.
Approximately 68 individuals on campus are veterans, and the majority are eligible for an Honor Flight but have not yet participated. Thanks to encouragement and financial support through Operation Freedom, more veterans are beginning to submit applications and secure spots to fly in the coming year.
You’re invited to support this special initiative. While Stars & Stripes Honor Flight covers the cost for veterans to participate in the program, travel companion guardians pay $500 for the honor of escorting a veteran to Washington, DC. Tax-deductible donations to Operation Freedom help ensure that guardians accompanying Three Pillars veterans are able to participate at no cost. Gifts that exceed the initial goal of covering all guardians this year will remain in the Operation Freedom fund to make future Honor Flights possible for new residents or Vietnam War veterans.
Your tax-deductible gift will help make the dream of an Honor Flight a reality for all our residents and their guardians! Making an online donation is simple and secure using the “Donate Now” button above and selecting “Operation Freedom Fund” from the designation dropdown box.
Grateful residents and family members often want to show their appreciation to those who provide care and compassion. This fund provides this opportunity. Gifts are used to provide added benefits or “perks” such as gift cards or tickets for zoo or sports events. Staff is sent a special recognition letter.
Resident Support Fund
This fund is for those residents who have outlived their financial resources, so that Three Pillars may continue its tradition of not asking them to leave because of the inability pay for their care.
Every year Three Pillars hosts two very special events which offer sponsorship opportunities which helps to underwrite the expense.
During the summer months Friends and Family gathers together residents, family and community members for a day of fun which includes a delicious chicken dinner and fun family events. Also, during the month of October the Halloween Haunted Woods is a long time community tradition that attracts over 1000 children and is a huge favorite for the residents.
Remember your loved ones with a contribution in their name to Three Pillars Senior Living Communities. Friends and family can make a gift in honor or memory of their loved ones. This is a meaningful way to pay tribute to someone special in your life all while supporting the mission of Three Pillars Senior Living Communities.
What is Planned Giving?
Planning a gift allows a donor to coordinate his or her giving with financial, tax, and estate needs to maximize the gift and provide positive consequences for the donor. Examples of Planned Giving:
- Gifts from a Will or Trust
- Gifts that Produce an Income for Life
- Charitable Gift Annuity
- Charitable Remainder Trusts
- Charitable Lead Trusts
- Gifts of Real Estate
To give to Three Pillars Senior Living Communities,
please make the check payable to: Wisconsin Masonic Home, Inc
Care of: Jane Olisar, Chief Development Officer, 375 Road 67, Dousman, WI 53118
If you would like more information, please contact:
Jane Olisar, Chief Development Officer
Phone: 262.965.7294 | Fax: 262.965.7020