Neighbor to Neighbor Receives Grant

(Left to right) Ann Bennett, executive director of Neighbor to Neighbor Volunteer Caregivers, receives a grant check from John Herlache, board member and past chairman of the Door County Community Foundation.

The Door County Community Foundation (DCCF) Health and Human Needs Fund recently awarded a Sustainability Grant to Neighbor to Neighbor Volunteer Caregivers to purchase four-wheeled walkers for their Medical Equipment Loan Program.

The Medical Equipment Loan Program supplies medical equipment to individuals, which allows them to experience independence and personal safety at home while managing health issues such as surgery, injuries, chronic illness, terminal illness or other complications.

“Offering quality medical equipment for those in financial need is an invaluable benefit of the Medical Equipment Loan Program. Neighbor to Neighbor continues to be an integral provider of health care solutions for the Door County community,” said John Herlache, board member of the DCCF.

For more information about Neighbor to Neighbor Volunteer Caregivers, visit or call 920.743.7800.