The Conservancy is seeking financial donations to make the Healing Gardens & Walking Trails a reality for cancer patients and their families.
We are 37% of our way toward our $3.2 million goal. As we raise the next $2 million dollars, a beautiful natural place of healing will begin to evolve next to the Reiman Cancer Center in Franklin, Wisconsin.
There are many ways to contribute to this honorable project. For a full list of these opportunities,
The Healing Garden
The woodland trails
The Wetland Trails
The organizations goals are three-fold: to conserve an exceptional resource, to create a system of trails encircling Kopmeier Lake for the entire community to enjoy, and to turn the land into a place for cancer patients to experience a tranquil oasis during treatment.
The projects will be funded through Major Founder Grant Support as well as smaller gifts starting at $25. Donations are coming from individuals, businesses, as well as non-profit foundations. To find out ways you can help click here.
The Conservancy project will serve a broad and beneficial range of interests from cancer care to conservation to culture. The Conservancy is located in Franklin, Wisconsin next to the Reiman Center for Cancer Care.
Susan A. Rabe(414) 510-4771
Mike Murry (414) 559-9913
Conservancy for Healing & Heritage
PO Box 320305
Franklin, WI 53132