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In memory of Dottie a PHP therapy dog and partner to Barb. Donor – Karen Corlyn

An anonymous donation In loving memory of “Lula”, therapy dog and partner to Janine.

In memory of Lula, and loyal PHP therapy dog. Donor – Diane Miller

An anonymous donation In loving memory of Penny Casey.

An anonymous donation in memory of Jeeves, beloved dog of Bonnie and Dave.

In memory of our beloved Parker, from Rand Schmidt

From Gail and Paul Olson in memory of our dear departed friend Tazzy.

From Gail and Paul Olson in memory of our dear departed friend Freckles.

In loving memory of Lula. Donor – Marianne King

From Arlyn Meier, in memory of my sweet Cricket

From Ann and Diane, In loving memory of Contessa and Harley

From Diane Miller, in memory of Anakin.

From Michael O’Boyle, in memory of Anakin.

In honor of Amy Sherman’s birthday – Karen Corlyn

In memory of Tigger DeGraff, from Amy Dodge

In Honor of Amy Dodge’s birthday, from Robin Wetherbee

In memory of Jeffrey, dear friend, companion and protector of Patti and Tom Schulz. RIP sweet doggie, from Karen and Ron Corlyn

In memory of Donald F. Fillinger, a Menomonee Falls, WI, resident who died Nov. 7. Sincerely, Pat, Lorna, Sean & Cory Foran (Brown Deer, WI)

In memory of Lady Wilson: “a small dog with a big-heart” Donation from Diane Miller

Elsbeth M. “Elsie” Ulrich (Nee Bremberger) Passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 11, 2018. Age 86. Loving, devoted mother of Joan (Mark) Krause. Proud grandmother of Nicole Krause. Pet grandma of Bennie. Memorials appreciated to Pets Helping People. On behalf of Joan, Mark and the family, thank you to all who sent Memorials: James Altmeyer, John & Nancy Bezak, Roderick & Rose Ann Bremberger, Bernd & Kathrin Bruhnke, Lorna Byrd, Bev Clendenen, Michael Cornelius, Carla & William Cummings, Donna Cummings, Gary R. Cummings, Lori & Jeffrey Darr, Thomas & Mary Doleschy, Ernest & Laura Heffner, Ann & John Jr. Hill, Mark & Christine Jacob, Jeff & Lynn Key, Daniel & Marlene Krause, Briana & Renee Lowerr, Robert & Diane Marke, James & Anita Martin, Judith & Paul McGhee, Jerry Miller-Onrmund, Randall & Barbara Nashleanas, Blair & Darcie Nelsen, Vicki Nold, James & Donna Pellegrini, Kathy Pirkey, Donald Podewils, Amber Rueth & David Hodorowski, Tom & Debra Schmitz, John & Lisa Turner, Dave & Anita Ulrich, Robert & Margo Ulrich, Jacob & Amanda Waterworth, Brian & Rebekah Wickert, Wendy Wiener, Craig & Theresa Zodrow, Bill Williams Jr Funeral Services, Malm & LaFave SC, Proko-Wall Funeral Home & Crematory, Bev’s Hospitality Catering LLC.

Clancy Hennen

In memory of Clancy…Erin’s dear friend and little man. From Diane Miller.

In memory of Benny Schmidt – Janine Gruna.

In memory of sweet Benny, a wonderful therapy dog and Kari Schmidt’s devoted friend and loyal companion – Diane Miller.

Benny and Freckles

In memory of Benny and Freckles – Brett and Debbie Buchwach.

Donation in honor of our cousin, Marcy Hotz, on her very special birthday.
Karen, Ron & Mitzvah Corlyn

In Memory of Terry Heun’s dear, sweet Soul, a PHP therapy dog and loving companion – Diane Miller

In Memory of Tipper – Kari Schmidt

In Memory of Smudge & Gypsy, from Patricia Purtell

In Memory of Al Krause, from Carol Baker, Ken & Karen Baker, Thomas & Caitlin Richardson

Barb Pierce’s donation: Lula Gruna, Lady Wilson, Snowy & Molly Bauman and Soul Heun

Your Pet Lives on donations from the Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital & Exotic Care, Inc.

In Honor of “Dodge” Wilson a great companion of the Ciurlik Wilson family of Brookfield, from Cathryn Louthan Rakers

In Memory of our very good boycat, Max Rayfield Gilhooly, from the Wetherbee family

In Memory of Buddy, Bob Peterson’s aptly named friend and excellent therapy dog

In Memory of Nancy Hartter

In Memory of Riley, Mark and Linda Schaefer’s dear sweet boy and absolutely amazing therapy dog. From: Diane Miller

In Loving Memory of Michael Haley, from Martha Edwards

To Linda Timm in memory of Bernie.
“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”
By Anatole France
Bernie, you awakened the souls of thousands who needed your special love. RIP sweet doggie.
Karen & Mitzvah


Your donation counts and makes a difference! You enable Pets Helping People to continue providing comfort and healing for people of all ages.


  • All donations provide funds for our mission and operations, including crucial resources for training our teams


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    • One time gift or recurring monthly
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Pets Helping People is a 501(c)3 charity.

All donations are tax deductible as permitted by law.

821 E Buttles Place

Bayside, WI 53217



A donation given “In Loving Memory of” is a meaningful way to express your sentiments about a family member, friend, co-worker or beloved pet.

With the passing of a loved one, there is also the option to provide family and friends the opportunity to make a donation to Pets Helping People.

At such a difficult time, we would like to offer help by providing this suggested addition to the obituary:

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Pets Helping People, a pet therapy organization.  Checks can be mailed to Pets Helping People 821 E Buttles Place Bayside, WI  53217-2414 or go to and click on the Donate link. A notification of your memorial will be sent to the person you designate.


A donation given “In Honor of” is a wonderful way to recognize special: 

  • People – relatives, friends, teachers, neighbors, caregivers
  • Events – birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, graduations
  • Milestones – a new baby, a new house, a new job
  • Sentiments – thank you, get well soon, thinking of you
  • Pets – a therapy animal or a beloved pet

A notification of your gift will be sent to the person you designate. The donation amount will not be specified.


Workplace giving is an easy and efficient way to make tax-deductible donations to charities through payroll contributions. These programs offer the convenience of automatic payroll deductions without losing the tax benefits of charitable giving.


Many companies set aside funds for philanthropic purposes and allocate these monies through employer gift matching programs. They allow employees (and often spouses, retirees, and directors) to make a contribution to a non-profit which is then matched by a corporate gift. Many companies also encourage their employees to volunteer their time to non-profits in their communities and match those efforts with dollars and other means of support to the non-profit.

Although procedures vary, matching gift forms are usually obtained through the employer’s corporate internet site or human resources office.


The advice of an attorney and qualified financial planner is necessary to assess your personal situation and help you to decide which options might best serve your goals.


Planned giving options offer donors unique and meaningful ways to support Pets Helping People today  while leaving a legacy for future generations.


By remembering Pets Helping People as a beneficiary in your will, you can support the mission beyond your years. This enables you to retain control and use your assets during your lifetime and that of your spouse’s. Many people find they can make a more generous gift through a will bequest than they can comfortably during their lifetime.


PHP can be named as a beneficiary of your retirement plan. If retirement plans such as pension funds, 401ks, 403bs, and IRAs are given to PHP these funds escape all income and estate taxes and reduce the size of your total taxable estate. PHP could receive up to 100% of the remaining benefit in your retirement plan, whereas your heirs may receive only a portion of the benefit. To name PHP as the beneficiary of your retirement plan you need to contact the administrator and state that you wish to give all or part of the remainder to PHP.


If you own a life insurance policy that is no longer needed, you may use it to make a gift to Pets Helping People. You may name PHP as the owner and irrevocable beneficiary of the policy. In doing so, you qualify for an income tax deduction for the cash value of the policy. Alternatively, you could name PHP as the beneficiary of the policy. In this case, your estate would be entitled to a tax deduction equal to the value of the policy.