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Our sponsored institutions are “on-the-grow”

Three of our sponsored institutions in Wisconsin are expanding and renovating to enhance the quality of services they provide. Our sponsorship is a means of influencing the mission, character and philosophy of these institutions, as we work alongside their dedicated administrators, staff, boards and volunteers.

 

Divine Savior Healthcare in Portage broke ground last November for a new wellness center and expanded surgical center. The Wellness Center will be the new home for orthopedics, podiatry, physiatry, speech and language pathology, audiology and rehabilitation clinics.
Divine Savior Healthcare in Portage broke ground last November for a new wellness center and expanded surgical center. The Wellness Center will be the new home for orthopedics, podiatry, physiatry, speech and language pathology, audiology and rehabilitation clinics.

 

St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus in Milwaukee reopened its remodeled lobby just before Christmas, and is now expanding its continuum of care with renovations for 26 new, enhanced assisted living apartments. Mission Court is scheduled to open this summer.
St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus in Milwaukee reopened its remodeled lobby just before Christmas, and is now expanding its continuum of care with renovations for 26 new, enhanced assisted living apartments. Mission Court is scheduled to open this summer.

 

Divine Savior Holy Angels, our all-girls high school in Milwaukee is in the midst of a major capital campaign to fund a new chapel, health and wellness center, and commons area – all projected for completion for the 2015-16 school year. The construction project also includes two new classrooms specially designed for the vocal and instrumental music programs, and six new classrooms with up-to-date teaching and learning technologies.
Divine Savior Holy Angels, our all-girls high school in Milwaukee is in the midst of a major capital campaign to fund a new chapel, health and wellness center, and commons area – all projected for completion for the 2015-16 school year. The construction project also includes two new classrooms specially designed for the vocal and instrumental music programs, and six new classrooms with up-to-date teaching and learning technologies.

  

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