Plymouth, Wisconsin

A community of support

About

There’s a new way to make lemonade with Lemons of Love in downtown Plymouth! We are readying our latest space at 607 Eastern Avenue.

The building will offer counseling services to those who receive a diagnosis, providing navigation to patients and their families.

The first floor will also offer a large space to fill care packages that will be distributed to hospitals in both the Froedtert and Aurora Health Systems.

In addition to our indoor space, we’ll be transforming our land on the banks of the Mullet River into a healing garden.

The historic building dating to the late 1800s was originally a wagonmaker’s home and shop. Meticulously restored in 1995, rebuilt from the foundation up, the location between Plank Road Distillery and the Plymouth Springs Fish Market features an original tin ceiling and lighting fixtures from the old Osthoff Resort. Lemons of Love hopes to rebuild the lives of those diagnosed with cancer in the same loving manner.

 

Lemons of Love will be using the space in several different ways in their efforts to be a positive force in the lives of those affected by cancer.

Is it possible to pick up a care package from your Plymouth location? 

Yes!  Because we are not open every day, please email maren@lemonsoflove.org to arrange for a day and time to get your care package.  Your care package donation can be made by cash, check or credit card.  You can make your donation online now with a credit card and pick it up when it’s ready. Save your receipt or show us your confirmation email upon pick up. 

How can I/my group volunteer? 

We have many ways for people to support our Lemons of Love mission. For example, children can create Happy Pictures and host lemonade stands. Adults can support us in many ways—from hands-on help to raising funds. For more information, contact maren@lemonsoflove.org

I have a donation I want to drop off. When is your building open?

Donations can be dropped off, please contact maren@lemonsoflove.org to set up an appointment. 

Our trusted Resources

Resources

Imerman Angels is the leader in providing free, one-on-one peer support to those of high risk, previvors, cancer fighters, survivors, and caregivers around the world! Through our alliance, Imerman Angels will be expanding their one-on-one peer support to include information inside of every Lemons of Love Chemo Care Package. We appreciate Imerman Angels’ focus on individuals at every stage of the cancer continuum and know that their extended support services will benefit the Lemons of Love community. We are honored and excited about this collaboration and love that Imerman Angels brings new expertise and resources to our recipients.

12 Oaks Foundation: 12 Oaks Foundation provides grants for children ages 8-18 to help defray costs related to sports and extra-curricular activities while the family is dealing with the financial hardships of cancer treatment.

 B+ Foundation: The B+ Foundation is committed to helping families of critically ill children with financial assistance so they can focus on helping their child get well.

Financial Assistance Programs on the Ped-Onc Resource Center: This site lists organizations that may help with aspects of financial and insurance problems, airline assistance, assistance with drugs, and governmental assistance program.

Patient Advocate Foundation: A non-profit organization that is a liaison between patient and insurers, employers and creditors to resolve insurance, job discrimination or debt crises.

Ronald McDonald Houses: Ronald McDonald Houses provide free lodging for families of children being treated at many hospitals. This site tells a little about the history of RMD houses, a search database to find a local house, and how one can support the cause.

Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund: This organization is dedicated to the non-medical uninsured needs of families caring for terminally, critically and chronically ill dependent children through advocacy, financial assistance, education, and informational resources. Because of limited funds they are only accepting applications from social workers in the mid-Atlantic region. However, there is good information on the site on how to obtain a video called Financial Management During Crisis.

Airline Assistance

Cancer Fund of America: Provides assistance to defray cancer-related expenses not covered by insurance.

The National Transplant Assistance Fund

Michael Matters FoundationThe Michael Matters Foundation exists to help brain tumor patients and their families manage incidental costs while they are focused on their treatment. This support can help with costs such as gas, mortgage, utilities, groceries, medications and travel expenses. Our goal is to allow families to better focus on their care by easing their financial pressures. 

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