Holiday House to renovate the former Brewer Furniture Store into our
new Days Services Facility
and have made it possible for participants to enjoy special activities
such as attending a Green Bay Gamblers game.
Holiday House of Manitowoc County, Inc. has been in the business of
building community partnerships that have made it possible to provide
opportunities for individuals with disabilities and other handicapping
Holiday House of Manitowoc County, Inc. Preservation Fund
In 2015 Holiday House established the Holiday House of
County, Inc. Preservation Fund.
The Holiday House of Manitowoc County, Inc. Preservation
Fund was established to provide greater assurance that Holiday House
will be able to provide high quality services to citizens with
disabilities well into the future. Since 1957, with the support
of citizens, businesses and organizations in the Lakeshore Area,
Holiday House has provided services that have helped individuals with
disabilities choose their own paths to success.
The value of including the people we serve in the mainstream of
life is shared by many. Contributing to the Preservation Fund is
a way to assure that Holiday House will continue to be available to
help individuals with disabilities build bright futures.
This endowment fund
is administered by the Lakeshore
people we serve and our community recognize the value and results of
working together and focusing on what people can do when given the
chance. Holiday House appreciatively accepts donations from
individuals, families, area support groups and companies to help us
provide the best services possible on a daily basis.
Holiday House is a 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit
are tax deductible as allowed by law. If you would like to make a
donation, or have a question about possible bequests, please call
Holiday House at
(920) 682-4663 and
we will gladly answer your questions.
Donations from Community
Holiday House in providing quality services to program participants.
House receives donations
through organizations such as AmazonSmile, Kwik Trip Milk Moola Program
and Thrivent Choice.
House is a 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit Corporation.
Contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law.