Recharge. Relax. Heal.
Healing gardens contribute to the overall quality of the health care and can be an important part of the healing process. Clinical studies have shown that viewing nature produces positive changes in a patient’s blood pressure, heart activity, muscle tension and brain activity. That’s why Aurora Health Care Foundation is fundraising for two new healing gardens at Aurora Cancer Care Centers in Kenosha and Racine.
You can support this effort by making a gift HERE, or by attending this year’s Infinity Ball on Saturday, October 3 in Kenosha. The event will feature live and silent auction items, a reception and dinner, and it will celebrate some important people in the Kenosha community.
James Santarelli, MD, a Family Practice Physician for Aurora Health Care in Kenosha has been named the Honorary Chairperson for the evening. A Community Leadership Award will also be given to Timothy Connolly for his philanthropic work in the community.
To purchase tickets to this event, or if you are unable to attend but would still like to make a gift, go to give.aurora.org/infinityball.