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Welcome to Sharing Active Independent Lives!
 

We are a vibrant non-profit membership organization of people 55+ living in the greater Madison area. We help one another live meaningful, happy lives on our own terms. SAIL provides services and resources we can draw from as well as educational and social opportunities that help us stay connected.
 

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Learn About Associate Membership
Read About Ways Members Share Their Talents to Help Each Other





If you'd like to attend an event, please register by emailing SAIL at info@sailtoday.org or by calling 608-230-4321.

If you haven't joined SAIL yet and would like to attend an event, please let us know!

SAIL Members: If you need assistance getting to an event, please contact the office and we will arrange transportation.





Friday, April 20
Volunteer Reception
9:30-11:00 a.m. 
Oakleaf Café, Oakwood Village University Woods 


We want to thank our volunteers for all they do! We will be serving coffee, juice, donuts, and fruit. (The Oakleaf Café is located on the 2nd floor of the Oakwood Apartment Tower Building at 6209 Mineral Point Road, a few doors down from the SAIL office.)




 

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SAIL Office Hours 

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday

Phone

608-230-4321

If you reach our voicemail during regular business hours, please leave your name, number, and the best time to reach you. We'll return your call as soon as possible.

Office Location:
6209 Mineral Point Road Suite 210
Madison WI 53705

 




Purchase a Gift Certificate for SAIL Membership and we will include a box of gourmet chocolates!


To purchase Gift Certificates, give us a call at 608-230-4321.


SAIL has two levels of membership available. For a full list of membership benefits, click "Join" in the menu bar at the top of the page.





Special Presentation Featuring Former Wisconsin Governor Martin J. Schreiber: My Two Elaines

Join former Wisconsin Governor Martin J. Schreiber (left) as he shares lessons from his decade-plus journey as a caregiver for his wife, Elaine, who lives with Alzheimer's disease.

Governor Schreiber will candidly describe his challenges and missteps, and highlight how compassion and humor provide comfort to both caregiver and the person with dementia.

His raw honesty and practical advice will inspire other caregivers to find patience, courage and love as they climb the Alzheimer's mountain. Schreiber’s book,
My Two Elaines: Learning, Coping, and Surviving as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver, will be available for purchase for $15. Proceeds are used to promote Alzheimer’s caregiver support.

 

Date/Time: April 17 at 2:00 p.m.
Location: Oakwood Village Arts Center
6209 Mineral Point Road, Madison

Click here to register today!

 


4th Annual SAIL Golf Outing 

Join us for SAIL's Annual Golf Outing and Fundraiser on Wednesday, June 13 with a shotgun start at 11:00 a.m.!

Proceeds help support SAIL programs and sliding fee memberships. Sign up before May 1 and receive a FREE practice round!

Register Now!

Thank you to our Title Sponsor:
                        



SAIL Can Accept Your Thrivent Financial Choice Dollars
SAIL is an approved beneficiary for Thrivent Financial Choice Dollars.

A member recently shared that she donated her Thrivent Choice Dollars to SAIL. If you have questions on how to donate your dollars to SAIL, please contact us! We sincerely appreciate the generosity! 







 

Sharing our lives together and staying independent through meaningful connections makes life better for all of us—today and in the future. 

SAIL relies on the generosity of those who support our commitment to meet the needs of 55+ individuals in our community. 
Please consider making a tax deductible gift in support of SAIL's work. SAIL is a program of the Madison Area Continuing Care Consortium, a local 501(c)(3). 

 

 

Click here to donate, and Thank You!




 




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 Sharing Active Independent Lives ~ 6209 Mineral Point Road, Suite 210 ~ Madison, WI  53705   
info@sailtoday.org ~ (608) 230-4321