Milwaukee Kitchen Cabinet to Partner with Life Navigators for Their Third Annual “3 Days of Christmas”
Life Navigators is pleased to partner with Milwaukee Kitchen Cabinet for their Third Annual “3 Days of Christmas”. As part of this philanthropic program, Milwaukee Kitchen Cabinet provides a special holiday meal to three benefiting charities for three consecutive days. The program kicks off on Wednesday, December 12, with the Neighborhood House of Milwaukee followed by the Cathedral Center and will conclude at Life Navigators on Friday, December 14. Friday’s event will feature a welcome program and address from Wauwatosa Mayor Kathy Ehley and include a wonderful holiday meal prepared by Carnevor Steakhouse. Through this opportunity, over thirty individuals served by Life Navigators and their families will enjoy an evening filled with food, friendship and holiday cheer.
“We are so thankful to Milwaukee Kitchen Cabinet and Carnevor Steakhouse for providing this unique opportunity for kids and adults with disabilities to enjoy a delicious meal and evening together while celebrating the holiday season. Experiences such as these mean so much to the individuals we serve.”
– Vicki Wachniak, Life Navigators Executive Director
A huge thank you to Milwaukee Kitchen Cabinet’s sponsors Phoenix Investors, Associated Bank, VISIT Milwaukee, Mueller QAAS, Gruber Law Offices, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Milwaukee Brewers. Life Navigators is also grateful to Milwaukee Kitchen Cabinet’s restaurant partners Carnevor Steakhouse, Calderone Club, Saz’s, Marcus Restaurants and 600 East Café for their support. Thank you to the United Performing Arts Fund for providing holiday music prior to Life Navigators’ event.
Timeline of Events:
Friday, December 14, 2018
Life Navigators, 7203 W Center St, Wauwatosa, WI 53210
11:00 a.m. Media Event
5:00 p.m. Dinner & Program
About Life Navigators
Formed in 1949, Life Navigators is a non-profit organization devoted to improving the quality of life for individuals with developmental and related disabilities, their families and the community. The organization serves over 4,800 individuals annually through information, education, advocacy and life planning programs.