Fun and generosity define holidays at Rogers01/23/20 11:41:am
Thank you to all who sent in festive photos showing off all the creativity and fun that was had system wide.
With 20 different locations in seven states, we all have our unique ways and traditions of celebrating the season, whether that’s a door decorating or ugly sweater contest, creating tie blankets for charity, or hiding the mischievous “Roger Elf”, clinical shenanigans supervisor.
To see the complete holiday slideshow, please visit Rogers Connect.
Community provides holiday gifts for Rogers patients
Community partners, individuals, and organizations gave generously to the Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation this year, ensuring 545 patients across Wisconsin had presents to open during the season.
In addition to the board games, warm socks, puzzles, and art supplies that were donated in gift drives, the Foundation was able to purchase almost 300 $10 gift cards, more than 200 coloring books, 154 board games, 127 slippers, and 74 fleece blankets for patients.
Visit the Foundation’s news section to see individual stories about the gift drives that area businesses and community members put together this year.
December Thrive challenge
The December Thrive challenge focused on giving back to others during the holidays, and Rogers team members did a great job at demonstrating their generosity! Below you can find a slideshow showing off a few ways our teams participated.
Participants in the December challenge earned Daymaker points for donating time or items to a good cause.