Prairie Lakes Healthcare Foundation sponsors campaigns and events throughout the year to not only raise dollars, but also awareness of the Foundation, its mission and its impact on healthcare services in Watertown and the surrounding region.
BASH (Building A Superior Healthcare System) is an annual gala social event hosted by the Prairie Lakes Healthcare Foundation to raise funds for a specific cause at Prairie Lakes Healthcare System. The evening consists of a social hour, gourmet dinner and dessert, live and silent auctions and fabulous entertainment.
BASH 2020 was postponed to August 1. More details to come.
Read more about the cause Give Tomorrows.
Hospital Hill Run
Part for the proceeds from this annual run and walk is given to the Prairie Lakes Caring Club House. The fundraiser features a 5K run, 5K walk and a one-mile walk. Runners and walkers of all ages are welcome to participate and encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Caring Club House.
Hospital Hill Run 2020 was cancelled. Please join us in 2021!
The 2018 Hospital Hill Run raised $2,000 towards the $17,000 annual operating costs. The Prairie Lakes Caring Club House exists to meet the hospitality needs of out-of-town patients, families and caregivers who receive services through Prairie Lakes Healthcare System. As Prairie Lakes grows as a regional medical center more people come to Watertown for their healthcare needs. As part of our mission to provide compassionate care, we are proud to offer his special home to help ease the burdens individuals may face during a medical experience. Volunteers assist guests daily at the Caring Club House; approximately 1,000 guests are served each year.
Read more about the cause Give Shelter
Yellow Rose Week
Yellow Rose Week is the primary fund raiser for the Suzanne Jacobson Memorial Fund (SJMF). It is held the first full week of June each year and is scheduled for June 1 -5, 2020. Typically yellow roses and bouquets are sold by dedicated volunteers, at local businesses and in other communities in the region. Monetary donations are encouraged and appreciated at any time.
The SJMF is a grant opportunity for people with a life threatening illness who need financial assistance. Grants are given to applicants based on eligibility and necessity and are used to help pay for medications, transportation, groceries and rent. Approximately $19,000 in grants are distributed each year.
Suzanne Jacobson was a healthcare provider in Watertown who lost her battle with cancer in 1998. The SJMF is a memorial created by Suzanne’s family and friends to continue her legacy of compassionately caring for others.
Read more about the cause Give Help