Over 143 donors $206,737 raised so far 68.6% closer to our goal of $300,000

Building Together

Our Mission

By building caring relationships with those we serve, we guide the journey to health and wellness.

Fundraising

To fulfill our commitment to high quality, accessible care, the foundation's goal is to raise $300,000 to equip the new rehabilitation center. We invite you to be a part of this exciting project!

Our Values

  • Communication & Listening
  • Attitude (Positive and Honest)
  • Respect and Teamwork
  • Empathy and Compassion

Occupational, Speech, and Physical Therapy

Therapy services will relocate to the third floor of the new building. The new equipment and natural light will aid in recovery and healing, while maintaining a modern facility.

Our Vision

Our team will be your preferred choice for personalized, high-quality healthcare, wellness, and education, provided in a compassionate and innovative environment.

Cardiac Rehab

Now with its own independent space, cardiac rehab will receive new equipment to replace that which is currently shared with occupational and clinical therapy.

News and Updates

Construction on the three-story clinic has begun. Walls for the 1st floor clinic and registration are up and beginning to shape the interior structure. Take a look through construction pictures to see the views from the 3rd floor! This will house the Rehabilitation Center, featuring calming views with tons of natural light to assist in the healing journey.

 

Community Support

Thank you to all of our donors who have already generously supported A Step Forward campaign. Your contributions ensure Prairie Ridge Health rehab patients continue to receive high-quality, personalized care at a state-of-the-art facility. Together we are Building. Healing. Giving.

Joyce Abegglen - Henry & Elizabeth Altschwager - American Family Insurance - American Packaging Corporation - Jeffrey & Cathy Anton - Larry & Lori Bartruff - Dr. James & Elizabeth Beck - Jerome & Mary Benisch - John & Roberta Benisch - Sheldon & Jeana Benzine - Bob & Carol Black - Black Woodworks - Randall & Doris Bobholz - Eugene & Janice Boelte - Robert & Susan Brockel - Daniel & Beth Burnard - Erik & Elizabeth Burns - Erin Bussian - Dawn & James Carlson - Chicken Shoot Supporters (2019) - Dr Robert & Patricia A Coe - Columbus Chemical Industries - Columbus-Fall River Sno-Blazers - Eric & Jamie Cotter - Kathryn Cullen - Bill Daley - Margaret Davalt - Charles & Janell Decker - Anne Donahue - Leo & Dolores Dynes - Jennifer Eberle - Eberle Family - Dorothy Ebert - Eppstein Uhen Architects - Farmers & Merchants Union Bank - Jerome & Joann Fedkenheuer - Findorff - Reggie & Linda Finn - Grant Frautschi - James & Doris Fritchen - Dr. Gary Galvin & Lee Gasper-Galvin - John & Lois Ganga - Lois Gartland - Dr Jerome & Deann Gaska - GD Roberts & Co, Inc.

Carol Geiger - Golf Classic Supporters (2019) - Robert & Janet Groh - Curtis & Linda Hanson Family - Dorothy Hasey - Du Wayne Hatzinger - Tyrone and Barbara Hauge - Karen Hauschild - Catherine Hei - Donna Hendricks - Dan & Kay Henney - Thomas & Ruth Ann Hermanson - William & Catherine Herrmann - Terry K Howe - Jeanne Jones - Ruth Juech - Peter & Judith Kaland - Delores Karow - Harry & Arlene Katze - Ken Kessenich - David & Sharon Kimball - Nancy Kind - Dr Bruce & Pamela Kraus - Land O'Lakes Foundation - Robert & Kay Lange - Catherine Langsdorf - Lorna Lanman - Jack & Mary Laszewski - Merlyn & Joycelyn Lienke - Joseph & Kristi Line - Joan Link - Beatrice Maier - Kenneth & Constance Mann - John & Darlene Marks - Don & Sue Marx - Marcia McMullen - Evelyn McNulty - Kevin & Lori McNulty - Allen Miller - Charles Miller - Randy & Rhonda Minick - Veronica Minier, MD - Erma Mowbray - Carol Nickerson - Family & Friends of Gene Niehoff - Larry & Nancy Olson - Mark & Kim Pankow - Keith & Catherine Peterson - Patricia Premo - John & Vaneece Prescott - Sally Price

John & Dorothy Priske - Chad Purvis - Quamme Insurance - De Lorris Rekoske - Judith Robbins - George & Janet Roberts - Kerry & Ann Roundy - John & Rose Russell - Dennis & Claire Sampolinski - Joanne Sampson - Brooke Saunders - Stuart & Sarah Schaefer - Daniel & Mary Schilling - Bob & Peggy Schleicher - Susan & Laddie Schmutzer - Arlene Sennhenn - Clara Sennhenn - Bernard & Genevieve Setz - Mary Ann Severson - Richard & Susan Sewell - Nick & Tessie Sharrow - Patricia Showers - Debbie Smith - Frank & Patricia Statz - Rick Stoughton & Joyce Zweifel - Al Strohschein & Kathryn Hoch - Arne & Bonnie Stronach - Paul & Ann Tabat - Dennis & Andrea Tamminga - Gail Taylor - Dean & Sue Teeter - Tom & Catie Ter Horst - Ivan & Rita Thies - Toasts & Tastes Supporters (2019) - Janice Ulrich - United Cooperative - Family & Friends of James Vale - Paul & Tara Voelker - Volunteers of Prairie Ridge Health - Patti H. Walker - Family & Friends of Thomas Waterworth - Philip & Peggy Waterworth - Michael & Sandra Waugh - Juanita Weishoff - Robb Whinney, DO - Phillip & Sheila Worthen - Pauline Zeier - David & Susan Zittel

FAQ

Select from the dropdown A Step Forward Capital Campaign FAQs to find answers to commonly raised questions. If you have additional questions, please complete the Contact Form below or contact Kristi Line, Executive Director of Foundation, at 920-623.1370. Thank you for your support.

What does the campaign goal cover?

What does the campaign goal cover?

The $300,000 goal will cover the costs of new equipment and furnishings for the new Rehabilitation Center, located on the 3rd floor of the new clinic building. The new space will house physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. The campaign also covers new equipment for the existing space which will continue to house Cardiac Rehabilitation services.

Doesn’t Rehab and Cardiac Rehab already have equipment, why do we need to buy more?

Doesn’t Rehab and Cardiac Rehab already have equipment, why do we need to buy more?

The campaign funds will be used to purchase equipment to replace equipment that is nearing the end of its lifecycle and additional equipment. Currently, Cardiac Rehab is sharing equipment with other therapy services; with them now being in separate spaces, certain pieces of equipment will need to be located in both spaces. Additionally, to meet the growing patient needs, we are adding equipment.

When was the last capital campaign held for the hospital?

When was the last capital campaign held for the hospital?

The Phase 3 Capital Campaign was held in 2011. This campaign funded the remodel of the hospital’s third floor, including our Women’s & Childbirth Services, the Prairie Ridge Center for Orthopedic Excellence, and construction of the Sleep Lab.

How do I donate? How can I pay my gift or pledge?

How do I donate? How can I pay my gift or pledge?

We accept your gift in the form of: Check/Credit Card, Appreciated Stock, IRA Qualified Charitable Distribution, or Bequest Please make checks payable to Prairie Ridge Health Foundation Payments may be made online or mailed to: Prairie Ridge Health Foundation A Step Forward Campaign 1515 Park Avenue Columbus, WI 53925

Who do I contact if I have questions?

Who do I contact if I have questions?

Kristi Line, Executive Director of Foundation at 920.623.1370 or kline@PrairieRidge.Health

Is my donation tax-deductible?

Is my donation tax-deductible?

Yes, Prairie Ridge Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, EIN 39-1656161. Please contact your tax professional on how to maximize your deduction.

How much of my donation will be used for the equipment & furnishings?

How much of my donation will be used for the equipment & furnishings?

100% - no administrative costs will come out of your donation.

How is my donation recognized?

How is my donation recognized?

All donors are listed on this campaign website and within our Foundation Focus newsletter, mailed twice annually. Donors who donate at the Supporter Level or higher ($1000+) will be recognized on the Campaign Giving Wall located within the new Rehabilitation Center as well as on the Lifetime Giving Wall located at the hospital’s Main Entrance.

When is the new rehabilitation center going to be open?

When is the new rehabilitation center going to be open?

When is the new rehabilitation center going to be open?

Our current timeline of construction has our Go Live date tentatively scheduled for Fall 2020.

 

Contact us

Kristi Line, Executive Foundation Director

kline@prairieridge.health

920.623.1370

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