Golden Alliance members enjoyed an elegant evening at Jewish Museum Milwaukee for the annual donor recognition dinner held this year on August 23. Guests listened to a talk given by Tom Hlavacek, Executive Director of the Alzheimer’s Association of Southeastern Wisconsin, on the current state of Alzheimer’s research and the effect of the disease on society. Lively conversation, a delicious dinner, and a stimulating lecture were enjoyed by those who attended.
What is Golden Alliance?
Golden Alliance is an annual, unrestricted membership program that includes five giving levels ranging from $500 to $10,000. The Golden Alliance Fund strengthens programming at the Jewish Home and Care Center, Chai Point and Sarah Chudnow Community. With the help of Golden Alliance members, we’re able to ensure that despite an ever more-challenging healthcare environment, residents consistently receive excellent care as part of a nurturing community. Members are recognized on a special display on the first floor of the Jewish Home and Care Center, at special events and in our Homespun newsletter.
To find out more about Golden Alliance, call the JHCC Foundation at 414.721.9255.
Photos (L to R): Michelle Putz, COO of the Jewish Home and Care Center, greets Mary Anne Selby, chair of Hand in Hand Volunteer Partners in Caring; Tom Hlavacek, executive director of the Alzheimer’s Association of Southeastern Wisconsin, speaks on the current state of Alzheimer’s research; and Michael Sattell, president & CEO of the Jewish Home and Care Center, addresses the room.