Washington Co., WI – Janean Brudvig, Executive Director of Interfaith Caregivers of Washington County, discusses the h.e.l.p. Corner with Kirk Emerich, CFO of Westbury Bank, and Kristen Brandner, CEO of United Way of Washington County.
The h.e.l.p Corner lends durable medical equipment to those in need for a small refundable fee. Every year, the h.e.l.p. Corner lends several thousand pieces of equipment and helps hundreds of people.
There are h.e.l.p. Corner locations in West Bend at the Stockhausen Center and in Hartford at Redeemer Lutheran Church.
The h.e.l.p. Corner is a collaboration between Interfaith Caregivers, Washington County Aging and Disability Resource Center and Threshold Incorporated, and is funded by United Way of Washington County.
Please consider donating to the 2022 United Way of Washington County annual campaign to fund programs like the h.e.l.p Corner.
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