ABOUT

Supporters

TimeSlips is extremely grateful for all of our supporters. Gifts of every size make it possible for us to bring meaning and joy to the lives of all elders.

 

 

$10,000+

 

Anne Basting

Anonymous

Civil Monetary Penalty (CMP) Grant through the Office of the Inspector General of the State of Kentucky

and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Civil Monetary Penalty (CMP) Grant through the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services

Foley & Lardner LLP

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

The Helen Daniels Bader Fund of the Bader Philanthropies

LeadingAge

May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust

The National Endowment for the Arts

Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation

Retirement Research Foundation

The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation


$1,000 - $9,999

 

Anonymous

Ellen F. Arnovitz

Nancy Fenester / Severus Foundation

Brenda and Mark Lichtenstein

Lubar Family Foundation

We Energies Foundation

 

Under $1,000

 

Phyllis Brostoff

Dan Delany

John Florsheim and Lindy Yeager

Maggie Gallant

Lynne & Jack Halpern

Cindy Hansen

Kathy Louis Hawkins

Joyce Heinrich

M. Kent Neely

Elizabeth Nichols

Kaplan Family Foundation

Stephen Katz

Susan McFadden

Elaine Maly

Cristina Pato

Pay Pal Giving Fund

Therese Perreault

Frederic Pfaender

Judith Sachs

Brian Thompson

Kathryn Washington

David Weissman

Joan Williamson

 

 

Thank you to all our supporters. Despite our best efforts to avoid errors and omissions, these can occur. If you contributed and your name was inadvertently omitted or incorrectly listed, please accept our sincere apologies and contact us at info@timeslips.org.

TESTIMONIALS

What people are saying about us

Behind Anne Basting’s celebrated work in clinical settings lies a simple, transformational premise: the majesty of art and the mystery of life both flow from the same source. Everything that she does reflects this revolutionary belief.

- David Bridel, Dean, School of Dramatic Arts, USC, Los Angeles, CA

I have found that the TimeSlips approach is beneficial for less social residents; it helps create a bond of trust and friendship.

- Pam Murphy, Touchmark, Appleton, WI

The interspersing of interactive, kinetic activities with verbal presentations was thoughtfully organized. The integration of movement, poetry and songwriting was absolutely magical, the way each portion unfolded into the next, ultimately creating a unified, dazzling whole.

- Attendee, TimeSlips Create/Change Institute,