Walker’s Bluff is and remains committed to investing in our local community. The Walker’s Bluff Wine for a Cause program helps support several charitable organizations that provide invaluable services in our Southern Illinois area.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of every bottle of Walkers Bluff Red, Sweet Red, White, and Blush wines gets donated the charitable organizations listed below:
This Able Veteran is a service dog organization providing individually trained service dogs along with an intensive Trauma Resiliency program for veterans suffering from PTSD. We have pioneered anxiety alerts and nightmare interruption in service dogs for those living with trauma. We also teach a PTSD Service Dog Trainer Academy so we can instruct even more people in how to better train service dogs for individuals with trauma histories.
|Brehm Preparatory School has been successfully educating children and teenagers with learning disabilities for more than thirty years. This experience has shown that a boarding school environment is the most effective way for students with learning disabilities to achieve their full potential. Brehm offers extensive individualized support to monitor and care for students during and after their academic day is finished.|
|Centerstone of Illinois offers a broad range of mental health services, substance abuse treatment and services for adults with development/intellectual disabilities. As one of the nation’s largest community-based behavioral healthcare providers, Centerstone has locations throughout Southern Illinois as well as in Tennessee, Indiana and Florida, serving over 142,000 children, youth and adults each year.|
St Francis Care operates a facility, supported by volunteers and donations that provide animals with a shelter in which they can be housed, cared for or rehabilitated until they can be adopted by a human who will ensure their health and well-being for the rest of their natural life. SFC also provides veterinary care to low income families.
|The Night’s Shield Children’s Shelter provides a safe haven to children in crisis, especially sibling groups, that have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect and/or abandonment and to provide encouragement for their growth and development. They work to minimize loss through providing shelter/support and strengthen children/surrounding communities through education and intervention, by providing a safe environment for children to heal and grow, raise community awareness, and take the lead in setting the standard for others to follow.|