AEGIS Cares Q3 & Q4 | AEGIScoop

November 2nd, 2022 | | AEGIS Cares, AEGIScoop

AEGIS Cares Q3 2022 Giving Plan

For our Quarter 3 Giving Plan we participated in Spellbound for Literacy Adult Spelling Bee through the Winnebago Area Literacy Council. The Winnebago Area Literacy Council’s vision is: Through their influence, the Winnebago area will be known for valuing, promoting, and supporting literacy so that our residents achieve sustained independence and truly thrive. We unfortunately did not win the spelling bee, what were so happy to support the Council.  

We are also holding two internal fundraisers. The team is currently competing to see who can give the most in donations towards William’s Syndrome Awareness and Leukemia Awareness. Bill is generously matching donations up to $1,000. Who ever raises the most funds will get the chance to pie Bill in the face on camera! Stay tuned for the video coming soon.  

If there are any organizations or causes that you would like us to support, please call Courtney Krell at (920) 233-4650 or email her at courtney.krell@aegis4me.com.

AEGIS Cares Q4 Giving Plan

For our Quarter 4 Giving Plan we will be donating turkeys and hams to Father Carr’s of Oshkosh and St. Joe’s Food program of Menasha for Thanksgiving and Christmas. We will also be adopting a family from both Winnebago and Outagamie Counties for Christmas! The program consists of helping families in need receive a Christmas Dinner, gifts, and other necessities for the season. In the near future, we will be sending out a newsletter with more details on how you can help too. Stay tuned!

If there are any organizations or causes that you would like us to support, please call Courtney Krell at (920) 233-4650 or email her at courtney.krell@aegis4me.com

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