Moen Sheehan Meyer has donated $1,000 to Adult & Teen Challenge of Western Wisconsin, following the recently completed “MSM Gives Back” contest. Community members had the opportunity to vote for one of six nonprofit organizations to be the recipient of the donation. The contest was a way for the firm to give back to the community and help support a nonprofit organization that tirelessly works to serve others.
Adult & Teen Challenge of Western Wisconsin offers a long-term, faith-based recovery program for those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Their adult women’s program opened in La Crosse, WI in November 2019. The center can house up to 14 women.
Says Kevin Schaler, Executive Director, Adult & Teen Challenge of Western Wisconsin, “We’re grateful for the support from Moen Sheehan Meyer in furthering our mission to assist people in gaining freedom from chemical addictions. Donations from the community help us address the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of each individual in our program. It truly transforms lives.”
Sarah Korte, Attorney at Moen Sheehan Meyer and board member with Adult & Teen Challenge of Western Wisconsin, adds, “the attorneys and staff at Moen Sheehan Meyer are firmly rooted in our community. We have a deep history of giving back through volunteerism and financial support for nonprofit organizations. We’re exceptionally proud of the work each of the six nonprofits we selected are doing in the community, and we’re pleased to be able to support this year’s contest winner with a $1,000 donation. We know it will be put to good use.”
If you would like to support Adult & Teen Challenge of Western Wisconsin, consider attending their upcoming 3rd Annual “Drive the Road to Recovery” event, where you are invited to enjoy a delicious meal, an inspiring program featuring current ATCWW clients, and a heartwarming film from the comfort of a vintage car or stadium seating. The event will be held October 14th and October 21st.
Learn more about the other nonprofit organizations selected for this contest, here:
Gateway Area Council Boy Scouts of America
A self-sustaining organization that provides character education and outdoor programming to shape tomorrow’s leaders.
Gundersen Medical Foundation
The Foundation sponsors a major medical education program, multi-faceted research efforts and outreach activities to improve community health.
Karuna Housing, Inc.
Karuna Housing provides a housing-first based approach to care and service coordination for unsheltered individuals in our community.
Rush Wisconsin West Soccer
The #1 soccer club in Western Wisconsin that offers competitive and recreational soccer programs for players of all ages and skill sets.
Seven Rivers Hospice Home
Provides resources for people and communities to ensure that their wishes are followed at the end of life, through advanced care planning, hospice education, palliative care education, and more.