Celebrating 30 Years of Volunteering!


This year marks 30 years that Pam Stark has been volunteering at OFS! She recently received the Pillars of the Community Award from the Mequon Community Foundation for her many volunteer efforts and commitment to the community. We are fortunate to have been the beneficiary of her good works for so many years.

Through the years, Pam has volunteered in many roles at OFS. She assisted Alice, a visually impaired local senior, for 10 years in our Senior Services Program. She has been on our Board since 1974 and has also been the president of our Auxiliary for the last 23 years. She has been an exceptional ambassador and spokesperson for our organization.

Pam is literally willing to help no matter what needs to be done including collecting, donating and delivering items to clients. Congratulations Pam on receiving the Pillars of Community Award and thank you for 30 years of service! We love and appreciate you!

Summer Co-ed Social Group

For kids 10-13 years old


Sick of staring at computer screens? We are too! The goals of this group are to get kids outside, be active, and have positive social interactions. We’ll be playing yard games and doing other fun activities. We will also introduce some self-care options to help during these challenging times.

  • When: Wednesdays (July 14 – August 4)
  • Time: 3:00 – 4:30 pm
  • Where: At our office in Grafton (885 Badger Circle)
  • Questions? Email Laura Lueck or call 262-376-7774


OFS Board Members Receive Awards


Congratulations to April Calvert and Jeff Nelson! Both recently received an award from The Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce. April was named the 2021 Outstanding Businessperson and Jeff was named the 2021 Outstanding Community Partner. April is the co-owner of Scrubs and Above and Jeff is the Superintendent of the Grafton School District. In addition to the positive influence they have on the Grafton community, they both generously donate their time and talent to OFS. We are grateful for their support, leadership, and commitment to our community.


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April is National Volunteer Month

We love and appreciate our volunteers! We couldn't do what we do without them. They make it possible for us to assist our clients even during this challenging time when the need for our programs (especially counseling and senior services) continues to increase. Our...

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