Gatekeepers Supports our Community

Gatekeepers has always been a family oriented company – and part of family is community. Tom and Lori been fortunate to be successful with Gatekeepers, and we are glad to partner with local and national nonprofits to share their story and safety gates.

Please contact Gatekeeper's if we can support your non-profit or community program.

Organizations Gatekeeper's Supports:

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Darbi's Gate is a non-profit organization, founded by Rick & Stacie McFall after the tragic loss of their 11-month old daughter, Darbi Joyce McFall, in April of 2012. Every child deserves a safe environment. That's why we offer financial assistance to families in need, which allows us to provide and install safety gates in the home at no cost to the family.

The safety of infants and toddlers is paramount regardless of your income or status. The safety gates crafted by Gatekeepers are durable and reliable – two words that are necessary where kids are involved. To make a donation to the Darbi's Gate Foundation, visit the website to learn more.

darbisgate.org

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Gatekeepers was proud to partner with Make-A-Wish to help a six-year old named Seth get his wish. Seth has cerebral palsy and suffers dangerous and life-threatening seizures. His wish was for a safe play area for himself and his sisters. Gatekeepers donated a custom, 16' gate. Not only does the gate extend the length of Seth's playroom, it matches the house perfectly. Lori and I are over joyed to know that we contributed in a small way to making Seth's wish come true.

wish.org

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Gio's Garden is a therapeutic respite center for children aged birth through six years old with special needs.

giosgarden.org

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The Autism Society is dedicated to increasing public awareness about autism and the day-to-day issues faced by individuals with autism, their families and the professionals with whom they interact.

autism-society.org

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The Madison Area Down Syndrome Society, Inc. (MADSS) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization striving to support families and individuals with Down syndrome from birth through adulthood.

madss.org

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The Madison Area Builders Association is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to promoting a positive business environment by uniting, serving, and representing all aspects of the building industry.

maba.org/parade-of-homes/

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The Sturge-Weber Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization with an ever increasing worldwide membership and is funded by corporate and private donations, grants and fundraising activities. The SWF was founded by Kirk and Karen Ball. They began searching for answers after their daughter, Kaelin, was diagnosed with Sturge-Weber Syndrome at birth. The SWF was incorporated in the USA in 1987 as an International 501(c)(3) non-profit organization for patients, parents, professionals and others concerned with Sturge-Weber Syndrome (SWS). In 1992, the mission was expanded to also support and serve individuals with capillary vascular birthmarks, Klippel Trenaunay (KT) and Port Wine Birthmarks.

www.sturge-weber.org

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Dane County Humane Society is an open admission shelter saving all of the healthy and treatable animals who come into our care. This great accomplishment of achieving and maintaining an adoption-guarantee in Dane County was made possible through a multi-year collaboration with Maddie’s Fund® and Dane County Friends of Ferals.

www.giveshelter.org

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Live for Aly and cancer fighters everywhere at Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle! Join us in raising money for cancer research by participating in our 5K Run/Walk.

www.alyshonkytonkhustle.com