“An investment in Unity is an investment in the community. I’m proud to be a financial supporter of Unity because of the good that they do on a grassroots level. The money you give to Unity Hospice stays in Northeast Wisconsin.”

My relationship with Unity began in ’78 when hospice was a brand new idea,” said Unity Donor Joe Schinkten and President of Ryan Funeral Home. “Unity was way ahead of its time in Wisconsin. And from that day I have seen first-hand, up-close, the wonderful impact that Unity has had in Northeast Wisconsin. I have seen how deep of meaning the Unity experience has had on family’s lives. Not just the person in the process of passing away. It’s the kids and the grandkids, and the brothers and sisters and the power that I see coming out of the emotional, uplifting experience Unity Hospice provides. The most important service that Unity offers, from my experience, has been assisting families with the logistical, day to day operations of taking care of somebody who is terminal. Unity always seems to come in and save the day, making things so much easier for the families that we are all privileged enough to serve.”

“An investment in Unity is an investment in the community. I’m proud to be a financial supporter of Unity because of the good that they do on a grassroots level. The money you give to Unity Hospice stays in Northeast Wisconsin. There is 100% return on your investment. Their workforce is dedicated volunteers combined with incredible staff who are high trained, highly motivated. If I can have an impact in fundraising, it allows the professionals to take care of the real heavy lifting. I like that. I like the work they do and the way they do it.”