At Divine Savior Healthcare, we believe caring for life is our reason for being. With your donation, you are helping in our mission and caring for others.


In September of 1983, Divine Savior Healthcare formed The Reeds, an honorary organization for friends of Divine Savior Healthcare who make charitable contributions.

The Reeds takes its name from the stained glass window in the hospital chapel. Called "Reeds at the River," the window was designed and made by Divine Savior Sisters Karlyn Cauley and Francine Kosednar.

A plaque near the window explains, "The reeds represent all the persons who help you and your loved ones during a period of hospitalization, through suffering and healing. Often, the illness in life bends us, but with help from others, the suffering does not have to break our lives. There can be growth in our standing together during times of need."


Unrestricted gifts are monies given to Divine Savior Healthcare as an organization. Administration works with the Board of Directors and the Sisters of the Divine Savior to determine where the monies will be used most beneficially.


Restricted gifts are earmarked for a certain service or piece of equipment, allowing you to have greater control over the use of your contribution.


To donate to Divine Savior Healthcare, please download the Donation/Gift form below.

All checks should be made out to The Reeds of Divine Savior and sent to the Office of the CEO, Divine Savior Healthcare, PO Box 387, Portage, WI 53901.

If you have questions about your financial gift or would like more information about donating, please call (608) 745-5605.




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