Fort Memorial Hospital
611 Sherman Avenue East
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
(920) 568-5000 | La linea de mensajes: (920) 568-5001


Join us for 30 Days of Masking in October!

Let’s have some fun masking up, Jefferson County! Women Who CARE is hosting 30 Days of Masking in October. Purchase our $10 mask kit and enter a picture of your creation to help encourage others to mask and have some fun doing it. Proceeds support our Trauma-Informed Care training project in partnership with Every Child Thrives. Kits are available while supplies last.


Download the flyer

How to order your mask decorating kit(s)

$10 will secure one mask kit. Order as many as you’d like! Women Who CARE will also gladly accept any donation amount above what is needed to get you your kit(s) to help enhance the services they can offer the Trauma-Informed Care training project. If you wish to donate an additional amount, select the “Other” option in the order form and then indicate in the comments box (under “designation”) how many kits you’d like out of the amount you are contributing, and then the rest will be accepted as your generous donation.

Kits will be ready for pickup at various locations starting the week of September 21st. After we receive your order, we will contact you to coordinate the best way to get your kit(s) to you.

You can send us your photo(s) as soon as your design is completed, up until October 21st. We will be sharing the images on our social media accounts to increase awareness about our cause and the mask decorating event. We encourage you to share your photo(s) on your own social media accounts as well – and use the hashtag #forthealthcare in your posts!

Follow posts about this event on the Women Who CARE’s Facebook page.

Join us as an individual…or a family…for a small group project…or with your neighbors or coworkers! No artistic ability required – just have FUN!

Trauma-Informed Care

Childhood trauma can have a lifelong impact on an individual’s health and well-being. When medical providers are aware of such history, it can be helpful to treat recurring health issues. Trauma-Informed Care is a clinical method for understanding the impact of adverse childhood experiences on your health. Proceeds from Women Who CARE’s 30 Days of Masking event supports training about Trauma-Informed Care for Fort HealthCare’s clinical teams.

Learn more about Trauma-Informed Care