Luminary

Donate Here to Become a Luminary

Why Should You Become a Luminary

What Is a Luminary? A Luminary is a person who inspires or influences others.

You can be that person for an individual who is working in the construction trades, but who is currently living with a life altering disability. The Joseph Groh Foundation strives to be there when no one else will. Our assistance pays for items that help people become…

Healthier, with items such as:
Standing frames; Electrical stimulation (FES) bicycles; Cross training equipment, recumbent trikes, and more

 
 

Safer, with items such as:
Alternating pressure mattresses; Shower chairs; Outdoor elevators; Ramps and sidewalks; Indoor stair lifts, and more

 
 

More Independent, with items such as:
Assistive voice technology that lets them control their indoor environment; Specialty wheelchairs; Indoor flooring change outs; Accessible vehicles; Driving controls, and more

 
 

More Secure, with items such as:
Roofing; HVAC equipment; Home remodels; Accessible bathrooms, and more

 
 

Robin Capps – Texas

Christie and Cameron Dossey – Texas

John & Vicki LaPlant - Texas

Mike & Lynette Hajduk - Texas

Bob & Sue Huckabee - Colorado

Joe & Sue Groh - Texas

Eric & Callie Groh - Texas

Heather Cernich - Illinois

Tim Rothgeb - Texas

Mark and Denise Kuntz - Georgia

Matthew Groh - Texas

Nancy Alexander – Texas

Melanie Gentry – Florida

Gary Oetker – Texas

Brian Behan – Texas

Lori Stickling – Illinois

Christopher Seiter – Ohio

Roy White – Maryland

Tim Rothgeb – Texas

Scott Boxer – Texas

Tracey and David Gau – Colorado

Cory Hickman – Minnesota

William Carlson – Texas

Greg and Becky Brunner – Ohio

Lisa Tamargo – Florida

Elaine Moore-Servin – Texas

Sandy Koch – Texas

Cody Nash – Texas

Amanda Smith – Texas

Luminaries of the foundation

The Joseph S. Groh Foundation is dedicated to providing financial support and guidance to people with a connection to the plumbing, electrical, roofing, construction,  or HVAC industries who are living with life-altering disabilities.
 
 
The Joseph S. Groh Foundation is dedicated to providing financial support and guidance to people with a connection to the plumbing, electrical, roofing, construction,  or HVAC industries who are living with life-altering disabilities.