Hand to Shoulder Center Gives a Helping Hand
It is the season of giving to those in our community, and as the days grow colder, our hearts grow warmer! The employees at Hand to Shoulder Center of Wisconsin and Woodland Surgery Center know the importance of safety for hands and fingers in these cold months. With the help of employees and the community, Hand to Shoulder Center is continuing the “Warm Hands from Warm Hearts” drive.
The purpose of the drive is to collect new and gently used mittens, gloves, hats, and scarves. As a host site, the items are then brought to the local Salvation Army Coat Drive for disbursement among the community. With the community’s help we are all able to aid against the cold and frostbite to fingers and hands.
Another way the employees at Hand to Shoulder Center of Wisconsin and Woodland Surgery Center give back is through a yearlong Adopt-A-Family program. Each department takes a turn raising money through raffle baskets, food sales, and other fundraisers. These funds go towards gifts for families who need help and support at Christmas. Thank you to the employees of the Hand to Shoulder Center for their support all year long.
The “Warm Hands from Warm Hearts” drive is currently open to the community and will end on December 15. A collection basket is in the vestibule at the Hand to Shoulder Center of Wisconsin, 2323 North Casaloma Drive, Appleton. We thank all who give us a helping hand in giving back to our community.