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Community Health Charities of Wisconsin

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6516 Monona Drive, Suite 222
Monona, WI 53716
(608) 520-4182
(608)-223-1944 (fax)
Hours:
9-5 pm M-F

About Us

Benefits for Employer?
Demonstrates employer respect for employee choice.
Directly connects employees to charitable organizations.
Creates and sustains a broader and more diverse philanthropic read more
  • About

    Benefits for Employer?
    Demonstrates employer respect for employee choice.
    Directly connects employees to charitable organizations.
    Creates and sustains a broader and more diverse philanthropic culture.
    Develops a more loyal workforce.
    Employees receive an extra benefit without increasing employer expenditures

    Benefits to Employees?
    Employees feel good when they can choose to support charities that are important to them.
    Employees sign up annually and their gift is spread throughout the year, making it easier to give a larger gift.
    Community Health Charities annually reviews its 70+members to ensure financial accountability, high integrity and reputation.

    Benefits to Members?
    Provides unrestricted revenue for members to use supporting local programs.
    Creates a controlled and predictable cash flow through CHCWI reporting.
    Provides members with campaign inclusion without dedicated resources.

    Health Matters at Work® is a value-added program of Community Health Charities.
    The program brings the combined strength of the nation's trusted health charities to your workplace - making it easier for you to take home the compassionate services and reliable health information they provide to improve your life -- and the lives of those you care about.
    From prevention and disease management, to

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