‘Door County Living’ Honors Educational Philanthropy

The 2019 Philanthropy Issue of Door County Living magazine, on newsstands now, takes a look at how philanthropy plays a crucial role in educating the children and adults of Door County.

Readers get a look inside the new greenhouse at Sturgeon Bay High School, where students get their hands dirty while learning where their food comes from with the help of master gardeners and Waseda Farms. Learn how one teacher has kept a music program thriving on Washington Island and how a retired couple is making connections with students in need at Southern Door Schools.

Find out why people are in awe of the work of 2018 Door County Philanthropist of the Year Lolly Ratajczak and how volunteers keep local parochial schools humming.

Find these stories and much more in the issue that celebrates giving in a county where it’s vitally important and so appreciated.