COLLABORATIVE FOUNDATION OF WISCONSIN

4th Annual Collaborative Foundation Golf Outing
July 19, 2018
Ironwood Golf Club

See complete details at the Golf Outing website!

 

Clays for Collaborative
May 24 @ 11:00 am
 - 6:00 pm

The Collaborative Foundation of Wisconsin has partnered with the Milford Hills Hunt Club to present our 1st annual Sporting Clays for Collaborative Fundraiser on Thursday May 24, 2018 at Milford Hills Hunt Club near Johnson Creek, just west of Milwaukee.

If you have not participated in a sporting clay event before, we are confident you will find it to be a fun, sociable activity, and you can help raise needed funds for the Collaborative Foundation as well! The Foundation has embarked upon a mission to not only provide collaborative services to qualified families in the state, but also to develop and implement an aggressive public awareness and education program for the public to learn about collaborative.

The event will feature a BBQ lunch buffet, followed by the Milford Hill’s sporting clays course (beginners are encouraged!) and there will also be a short reception to follow including raffles and a silent auction.  The schedule for the day is:

11:00 AM        Check In
11:30 AM        Lunch Available
12:30  PM       Safety Instructions
1:00  PM        Sporting Clays Course
3:00  PM        Social Begins

Clay shooting, much like golf, is a group activity with foursomes shooting together. A foursome may share a shotgun, participants may bring their own, or they may be rented from Milford for $25. Your foursome should decide the approach you wish to take.

For more information, contact Gerard Zielinski at (414) 294-4755, or via email here.  Watch your email for more information and updates.

Location of Milford Hills

The Collaborative Foundation of Wisconsin (CFW) is an IRS approved 501c3 tax exempt non-profit charitable organization registered in the State of Wisconsin. It was created in June of 2013. CFW was established with several objectives in mind:

  • Develop and distribute informational and education materials to the public regarding the Collaborative Process, collaborative law and divorce options.
  • To provide free or lost cost Collaborative services to families of limited financial resources who might otherwise not be able to take advantage of the Collaborative Process. 
  • Conduct research and other inquiries into the effect of the divorce process upon families with an emphasis on the impact upon children

The Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors and services are provided by volunteer attorneys, mental health professionals and financial experts. The four functional areas of the Foundation are summarized below