Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County
Invites you to the 2016 Fall Fundraiser

Support our Seniors: Celebrating Twenty-Three Years of Service
in Ozaukee County

Keynote Speaker Craig Thompson,
Executive Director
Transportation Development Assoc. of WI
“The Transportation Challenges of Seniors”

Master of Ceremonies
Representative Jim Ott,

Wisconsin State Assembly, District 23

Thursday, November 10, 2016
5:00 pm — 7:00 pm
Drinks & Heavy Hors d’oeuvres
followed by a short program
$35 / person

Ozaukee Country Club
10823 North River Road, 43 W
Mequon, WI

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Will you help light up a life?

Interfaith Caregivers Ozaukee offers services free-of-charge to clients. To support our mission  of enabling seniors and adults with disabilities to remain independent in their homes, we rely on generous contributions to support our programs.

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Three Easy Ways to Get Involved!

Solving the Senior Transportation Problem With Your Help!

Be it in the city, suburbs or the country, every day across Southeast Wisconsin seniors need a way to get to the doctor, grocery store, library, or other places they can no longer drive themselves. That’s why we created Drive. Give. Serve. It’s three easy ways to help solve one of our community’s biggest problems – senior transportation. For further information visit

Look what popped up! Drive.Give.Serve billboard located in Port Washington on the Corner of Spring Street and Hwy 32 heading south. Another faces north the opposite direction.