Make a difference in the lives of Hope & Olive Recipients.

Donations from our Grove Gala help those who have experienced a life-altering circumstance such as (but not limited to) cancer, alopecia, human trafficking, Trichotillomania, or burn trauma through the gift of permanent makeup. The funds raised allow our network of elite artists the opportunity to provide restorative permanent makeup services as well as areola restoration after breast cancer to qualified recipients at NO CHARGE.

Hope & Olive Grove Gala

We’d love for you to join us!

Join us for a fun night out as we hear about the mission of Hope and Olive from Founder Jill Ullmer, as well as speeches from Recipient Michelle Byrne, and Prevea plastic and rejuvenation surgeon Dr. Michael Janitch.

The evening will also include a silent auction, heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. All proceeds will go directly to Hope & Olive!


Friday, September 9th
6:30PM to 9:30PM


The LedgeCrest Reserve
2200 Dickinson Rd
De Pere, WI 54115


$100 Per Seat or
$1000 Table Sponsorship

Meet Our Speakers

Dr. Michael Janitch

Dr. Michael Janitch

Prevea Plastic & Rejuvenation Surgeon

Dr. Janitch is a well renowned plastic and rejuvenation surgeon with Prevea Health, and we are honored that he will be speaking at our Grove Gala fundraising event on Friday, September 9th!

Dr. Janitch will be speaking about how areola restoration can be a complement to breast reconstruction after cancer for the individuals who choose that path. 

We hope you will join us for the event to hear more from Dr. Janitch!

Jill Ullmer

Jill Ullmer

Founder & President of Hope & Olive Inc

Jill will be sharing a bit about how H&O started, the mission, and why permanent makeup services can be life-changing for so many people through the efforts of our organization.

Jill has her own permanent makeup studio in Green Bay, 3D Brows and Wellness, where she performs between 15-20 permanent makeup services every week. She and her husband, Phil reside in Seymour with their six children.
Michelle Byrne

Michelle Byrne

Hope & Olive Recipient

Michelle was just 31 years old when she was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer. She and her husband had a six and four year old at the time. Not only did Michelle have a double mastectomy and reconstruction, but she also had a prophylactic hysterectomy in the process. 

Michelle received the service of areola restoration at no charge from Hope & Olive. She will be sharing  more about her story at our Grove Gala along with why areola restoration can be so important to so many women.

Who Will My Donation Benefit?

Cancer Survivors

Eyebrows often do not grow back after chemo, and permanent makeup eyebrows help survivors feel beautiful after everything they’ve been through.
Areola Restoration

Breast Cancer Survivors

After a mastectomy, areola restoration can help a woman reclaim her sense of femininity.

Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors

Trichotillomania is a mental health condition that involves pulling out eyebrows, eyelashes, or hair. Permanent makeup eyebrows help them cope with the shame they feel and offer a way to live with their disorder.

Human Trafficking Survivors

Many victims of human trafficking are branded, and tattoo lightening is a small way to start to heal the horrors they’ve experienced.


This autoimmune disease can involve loss of hair on the scalp, eyebrows, and/or eyelashes. There is no cure, and permanent makeup eyebrows help restore confidence.

Burn Survivors

People who have experienced burn trauma benefit from skin needling, which can help increase range of motion.

Hope and Olive Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization. All tickets and sponsorships are considered donations made to Hope and Olive Inc., and are tax deductible. You will receive an automated receipt for your records if you choose to purchase online.