The Door County Community Foundation has awarded the Sunshine House, Inc. a sustainability grant from the Health and Human Needs Fund. This grant supports a system upgrade. This system upgrade will enable the Sunshine House staff and clients to stay well-informed and safe. As the outdated phone system can no longer be supported technically, the ability to communicate and deliver program services effectively is a top priority.
“This project will keep Sunshine House, Inc. staff and clients informed and safe by maintaining communication within and outside of the Sunshine House,” said Marcia Smith, Chair of the Door County Community Foundation. “We are pleased to support this imperative upgrade.
Since its inception, Sunshine House Inc. has been providing services to Door County’s citizens with special needs and disabilities. Each individual who participates in the services offered at Sunshine House Inc. has a unique program designed to meet each individual’s requirements. Circumstances that may have affected an individual include: developmental disability, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, other neurological disorders, and brain trauma. For more information on the Sunshine House, Inc., please visit http://www.shunshinehouseinc.org.
The Door County Community Foundation’s Sustainability Grants program distributes grant dollars from funds such as the Arts Fund, Children & Youth Fund, Green Fund, Health & Human Needs Fund, Education Fund, Historic Preservation Fund, Healthy Water Fund, and Women’s Fund.
For more information about the Community Foundation’s services and various grant programs, please visit http://www.GiveDoorCounty.org.
The Door County Community Foundation, Inc. is a collection of separate charitable funds set up by individuals, families, non-profit organizations, private foundations and businesses that are managed, invested and disbursed for the current and future good of Door County. The Community Foundation was launched in 1999, currently administers more than $22 million in assets, and distributes nearly $2 million to charities in Door County every year.