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Statewide Partners in Giving is workplace giving for state and university employees outside Dane, Milwaukee, and Waukesha counties.

This page lists the over 400 state, national, and international charities you can donate to through Statewide Partners in Giving. To search for information about an organization, use the search function in your browser.


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2500 • Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education

(715) 449-8540

Wisconsin has a proud tradition of supporting environmental education. In 1935, we became the first state to pass legislation requiring “adequate instruction in the conservation of natural resources” for certification to teach science or social studies in public schools. Today, networks of organizations work to ensure that all communities in Wisconsin, in addition to school children, have the knowledge and skills necessary to build ecologically mindful communities.

The Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education provides financial support to a broad range of institutions that are working to advance education for environmental literacy and sustainability in Wisconsin. Member charities provide specific environmental education opportunities throughout the state.

You may contribute to the Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education itself or directly to the member organizations listed in this section. Members receive 100 percent of funds designated specifically to them plus a portion of general funds based on a percentage equal to each charity’s designations. Your donations directly support the Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education’s critical expansion, including WAEE’s first Executive Director, hired in 2022.

2509 • Aldo Leopold Nature Center, Inc., (608) 221-0404 Engages, educates, and empowers the next generation of land stewards for a healthy and sustainable future by offering a wide variety of programs to ensure ALL children have access to nature.

2501 • Midwest Renewable Energy Association, (715) 592-6595 Promotes renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable living through education and demonstration. MREA organizes and hosts events like the annual Energy Fair to support its initiatives.

2507 • Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, Inc., (866) 264-4096 Protects our state’s lands, waters, and wildlife by providing strategic funding, leading partnerships, and connecting people to nature. Leads several diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in conservation.

2514 • TransCenter for Youth, Inc., (414) 933-7895 Dedicated to providing high-quality educational programs that allow at-risk and other youth to become productive adults and responsible community members.

2506 • Wisconsin Land & Water Conservation Association, (608) 441-2677 Provides programs that reach thousands of middle and high school students educating and engaging them in conservation, stewardship, and passing on Wisconsin’s rich conservation history to future generations.

United Way Greater Milwaukee Waukesha County logo

3000 United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County

(414) 263-8100

United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County changes lives and improves our community by mobilizing people and resources to drive strategic impact in health, education, and financial stability.

3016 • Adaptive Community Approach Program, Inc., (ACAP) (262) 521-1120 ACAP builds pathways for people who have disabilities to express their passions and demonstrate their abilities in the community around them.

3001 • Advocates of Ozaukee, Inc., (262) 284-3577 With a commitment to safety, respect, and compassion for individuals and families, Advocates of Ozaukee works to end domestic and sexual violence through education, prevention, and intervention services.

3003 • American Red Cross in Southeastern Wisconsin, (414) 345-8640 A humanitarian organization led by volunteers which provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent prepare for and respond to emergencies.

3041 • Aurora Family Service, Inc., (414) 219-5938 Assists families in regaining and maintaining family stability by building skills to address their physical emotional and/or financial needs.

3006 • Bay View Community Center, (414) 482-1000 Brings people together to build community as an inclusive, independent, community-supported, nonprofit organization.

3075 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Milwaukee, Inc., (414) 831-4575 Creates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth.

3008 • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ozaukee County Inc., (262) 377-0784 Youth mentoring organization that matches Ozaukee County children in need of a special friend to caring adults who take an active interest in their welfare and well-being.

3010 • Boy Scouts of America Three Harbors Council, (414) 443-2875 Instills lifetime values meeting social and developmental needs of young people through character leadership service achievement and outdoor activities.

4406 • Boy Scouts of America, Potawatomi Area Council, (262) 544-4881 Inspires youth in the Waukesha, Wisconsin area to reach greater heights. Helps youth from ages 5-20 achieve self-confidence, integrity and ethical awareness while improving their personal fitness and skills.

3012 • Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, (414) 267-8104 Provides young people with programs and resources that help them achieve academic success, make healthy life choices, and foster the skills they need to reach their full potential.

3134 • Cathedral Center, Inc., (414) 831-0394 Achieves its mission to “provide a safe environment for women and families, while working to end homelessness one life at a time” by offering comprehensive, targeted programs that include emergency shelter, case management services, and, most recently, workforce development.

3015 • Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Inc., (414) 769-3400 Provides service to those in need, advocates for justice, and calls upon others to do the same. Measurably improves the lives of those served and empowers them to reach their full potential.

4426 • Centro Legal Por Derechos Humanos Inc., (414) 384-7900 Provides high-quality legal services at low or no cost to people facing legal challenges that threaten their independence, stability and safety.

4427 • Children’s Wisconsin Community Services, (414) 292-4170 Takes a multi-faceted approach to reaching Wisconsin’s children in the communities where they live, learn, and play – whether that be through child advocacy, child and family counseling, foster care and adoption services, better access to primary care, or initiatives focused on family support and preservation.

3035 • COA Youth & Family Centers, (414) 263-8383 Nurtures children, supports families, and builds strong and resilient communities — one child, one family, one community at a time.

3026 • Community Advocates Inc., (414) 449-4777 Provides individuals and families with advocacy and services to meet their basic needs so they may live in dignity.

4421 • Community Smiles Dental (formerly Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic), (262) 953-4699 Provides comprehensive dental care to low income children and basic care to adults with urgent or emergent dental needs to patients living in Waukesha County.

3037 • Curative Care Network Inc., (414) 259-1414 Improves life function and quality for persons with disabilities or limiting conditions through high quality care and services in Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties.

3040 • Diverse and Resilient Inc., (414) 390-0444 Strive to eliminate health disparities, increase acceptance, end discrimination, and build leadership skills and confidence among LGBTQ people.

4405 • Easterseals Southeast Wisconsin, (414) 449-4444 Works every day to change the way the world defines and views disabilities by making profound, positive differences in people’s lives.

4412 • Eras Senior Network, Inc., (262) 549-3348 Engages and supports seniors, adults with disabilities, and family caregivers in leading meaningful lives.

4409 • Family Service of Waukesha, (262) 547-5567 Provides state-of-the-art psychotherapy, education, and advocacy services to anyone needing help across life’s continuum – every age, every stage.

3078 • Friedens Community Ministries, Inc., (414) 289-6030 A network of food pantries in Milwaukee nourishing the body, mind, and soul.

4408 • FRIENDS, Inc., (262) 334-5598 Empowers those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault by offering safety, support, and community awareness.

4418 • Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast, Inc., (800) 565-4475 Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

4410 • GPS Education Partners, (262) 226-2001 Helps students transition from the learning environment to the working environment by providing first-hand experience in meaningful technical careers.

3013 • Grand Avenue Club Inc., (414) 276-6474 Provides adults who have experienced mental illness with pre-vocational training, paid employment opportunities, supported education and enriching evenings/weekend/holiday programming.

4419 • Guest House of Milwaukee Inc., (414) 345-3240 Provides shelter, housing, education, and services to Milwaukee’s homeless who seek to transform their lives with dignity and purpose.

3120 • Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center, (414) 964-4444 Creates spaces and opportunities for the entire community to experience values-focused, high-quality services for individuals and families of all backgrounds, abilities, and faiths.

3073 • HEAR Wisconsin, Inc., (414) 604-2200 Helps infants, children, and adults with hearing loss by eliminating communication and language barriers through personalized services, technology, and education.

3132 • Housing Resources, Inc., (414) 461-6330 Prepares people for sustainable home ownership and fosters financial empowerment.

3071 • IMPACT, Inc., (414) 256-4808 Assesses and guides those experiencing personal crisis toward resources to achieve stability and collaborates with community partners to foster system improvement.

3115 • Independence First, Inc., (414) 291-7520 Offers more than 40 programs, workshops, and services of all kinds and for various age groups. Provides programs on disability awareness, independent living skills, and recreation.

3058 • Jewish Family Services Inc., (414) 390-5800 Offers quality community-based programs that improve the health, personal well-being, and levels of independence of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, age related disabilities, chronic mental health issues, and families with low household incomes.

3074 • La Casa de Esperanza, Inc., (262) 547-0887 Provides opportunities for those within our community to achieve full social and economic participation in society, with an emphasis on the Hispanic population.

3060 • La Causa, Inc., (414) 316-5510 Provides children, youth, and families with quality, comprehensive services to nurture healthy family life and enhance community stability.

3062 • Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee, (414) 727-5300 Provides free legal assistance to low income Milwaukee County residents with civil legal problems.

3089 • Literacy Services of Wisconsin, Inc., (414) 344-5878 Partners with motivated adults to provide access to quality basic education and skills training so they can improve their lives, enrich their families, and strengthen our community.

3063 • Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin & Upper Michigan, (414) 246-2300 Offers programming that compassionately removes barriers to recovery for those struggling with addiction.

4420 • Mental Health America of Wisconsin, Inc., (414) 276-3122 Improves the mental health of all individuals through advocacy, education, and service.

3068 • Meta House, Inc., (414) 962-1200 Ends the generational cycle of addiction by healing women and strengthening families.

3070 • Milwaukee Christian Center, Inc., (414) 645-5350 A diverse community of supporters, investors, volunteers, professionals, and neighbors working to build strong neighborhoods full of opportunity throughout Milwaukee.

3080 • Milwaukee LGBT Community Center, (414) 271-2656 Further develops our vibrant lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in the greater Milwaukee area, thus improving the quality of life for all of us.

3082 • The Milwaukee Women’s Center, Inc., (414) 671-6140 Provides innovative, culturally competent holistic care that will empower men, women, and children to live safe, independent, and healthy lives.

4440 • NAMI Southeast Wisconsin, (262) 524-8886 Provides help to those affected by mental illness. Works to improve the understanding of mental health conditions and share the hope of recovery by offering information, support, education and advocacy services.

3079 • Neighborhood House of Milwaukee, Inc., (414) 933-6161 Neighborhood House is a community center serving individuals and families at all stages of life and regardless of income. Neighborhood House reaches more than 4,000 people annually through wrap-around services including quality early child care, after school programs for youth and teens, adult education for refugees, parenting support and a food pantry.

3002 • New Concept Self Development Center, Inc., (414) 344-5788 New Concept Self Development Center, Inc. has been providing youth and family social services to under-served low-income African American families since 1975. The majority of these families live in the neighborhoods near the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center on 15th and Vliet Street in Milwaukee, WI. Median income of this highly vulnerable population ranges from less than $25,000 to $35,000.

3116 • Next Door Foundation, Inc., (414) 999-2513 Next Door supports the intellectual, physical and emotional development of children by partnering with their families for success in school and the community.

3027 • Ozaukee Family Services, (262) 376-7774 Ozaukee Family Services is a non-profit agency that serves all of Ozaukee County with a mission of “Improving lives to help individuals and families succeed.” All services are free or offered on a sliding fee scale – no one is ever turned away because of the inability to pay.

3085 • The Parenting Network, Inc., (414) 671-5575 Conducts family-strengthening prevention programs including parenting education support programs in homes and community-based sites as well as youth services in schools and CBOs.

4414 • Parents Place, Inc., (262) 549-5575 Parents Place’s mission is to strengthen families and protect children through prevention, intervention, and education in Southeastern Wisconsin.

3036 • Pathfinders, (414) 988-6813 Pathfinders provides a continuum of services to ensure that young people have access to all the resources that they need to find stability. There is no wrong door to enter Pathfinders. Frequently, our youth access more than one program area to meet their unique needs.

3042 • PEARLS for Teen Girls, Inc., (414) 265-7555 Now serving girls 5th through 12th grades, PEARLS supports girls as they wrestle with the upheavals of adolescence, interpersonal, educational and, in some cases, socioeconomic challenges.

3086 • Penfield Children’s Center, (414) 345-6300 Penfield Children’s Center helps children with and without disabilities reach their full potential by providing early education, health and wellness services, and family programs. Today, we serve more than 1,500 children annually by offering high-quality services in a safe and stimulating environment.

3088 • Portal Inc., (262) 377-4410 Our Mission: To enhance opportunities for people with disabilities to participate fully in their community as valued neighbors, productive workers and respected citizens.

3091 • The Salvation Army, (414) 265-6360 The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

3095 • Silver Spring Neighborhood Center Inc., (414) 485-7844 Silver Spring Neighborhood Center has been helping families and individuals of Northwest Milwaukee obtain self-sufficiency since 1958. Our four pillars of focus revolve around: Education, Employment, Youth Services, Health & Wellness.

3096 • Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers Inc., (414) 897-5192 We meet people where they live, work, learn, and play through proactive social services screening in our clinics, specialized diabetes and asthma programming, obesity intervention and prevention, and environmental programming to create resident-directed impact in the built and natural environment where our patients live, work, learn, and play.

3097 • Sojourner Family Peace Center, Inc., (414) 810-1018 Sojourner Family Peace Center is the largest nonprofit provider of domestic violence prevention and intervention services in Wisconsin, serving over 11,800 clients each year. Sojourner provides an array of support aimed at helping families affected by domestic violence achieve safety, justice and well-being.

3018 • United Community Center, Inc., (414) 389-4700 UCC’s Mission is to transform the lives of Hispanics, families and individuals of all ages by providing the highest quality comprehensive services in education, human services, health, community development and cultural arts.

3017 • Vision Forward Association, Inc., (414) 615-0100 Vision Forward provides a continuum of services, from birth through adulthood, to people with visual impairments, helping them achieve important developmental milestones as well as educational, personal and professional goals. All our programs and services are provided regardless of a person’s or family’s ability to pay.

3106 • Visiting Nurse Association of Wisconsin/Aurora At Home, (414) 327-2295 Provides compassionate skilled nursing hospice therapy and home medical equipment to the homebound since 1907.  Certified by MedicareMedicaid and accredited by CHAP.

3007 • Vivent Health, (414) 273-1991 Vivent Health has been at the forefront of the fight against HIV since the earliest days of the epidemic. At the center of all we do are our nationally-renowned efforts to provide the best patient-centered model of care possible. We champion the needs of our patients and care for them with the utmost respect.

3112 • Walker’s Point Youth & Family Center Inc., (414) 647-8200 We meet the needs of runaway, homeless, and other troubled youth and their families from Milwaukee’s diverse communities by providing services to empower youth, help them resolve personal and family problems, strengthen family relationships, and support safe and stable homes.

4415 • Waukesha Free Clinic, (262)544-6777 Provides life sustaining healthcare services to the uninsured and low-income residents of Waukesha County with access to free medical care medications and related support services.

3121 • Wisconsin Community Services, Inc., (414) 290-0400 WCS is a nonprofit human services organization that provides access to a continuum of services for individuals facing challenges with justice system involvement and behavioral health needs, as they bridge the gap between where they are today and where they would like to be.

4423 • The Women’s Center, (262) 547-4600 We provide safety, shelter, and support to empower all impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and trafficking. Founded in 1977, we were the first and continue to be the only agency of our kind in Waukesha County. Our holistic, trauma-informed programming emphasizes healing, empowerment, and justice so that survivors can move beyond abuse and build peaceful futures for themselves and their families.

4428 • YMCA of Greater Waukesha County, (262) 330-5199 Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive.

3126 • YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee, Inc., (414) 274-0711 For more than 160 years, the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee has strengthened the foundations of our community by “Putting Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all.”

3130 • YWCA Southeast Wisconsin, (414) 374-1800 YWCA Southeast Wisconsin (SEW) is part of a national network on a mission to eliminate racism and empower women.  At YWCA SEW we stand up for social and racial justice, help families, and strengthen communities. We have been serving women and families for generations and, every day, challenge our community to commit itself to peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all of our neighbors.

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600 • America’s Best Charities

(800) 477-0733


Providing services to America and the world through disease research, community health programs, child welfare, and conservation. Members of America’s Best Charities strive to improve the global quality of life.

You may contribute generally to America’s Best Charities, or directly to the member organizations listed in this section. America’s Best Charities distributes its designations and its share of general contributions to member charities based on a percentage equal to each charity’s designations.

6808 • Abandoned Children’s Fund, (888) 884-0567 Houses, feeds, loves, and rehabilitates thousands of cruelly abandoned, innocent orphans, as well as alone, hungry, desperate, and terrified victims of disease, war, and extreme poverty.

6868 • Abused Children’s Fund, Inc., (707) 483-2939 Thousands of innocent children are tragically hurt every day by emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. Help protect and restore them through prevention, rehabilitation, and God’s love.

633 • Adoptable Children (North American Council), (651) 644-3036 Seeks to find adoptive families for more than 123,000 foster children. Helps to find loving parents for these children, supports adoptive families, and raises adoption awareness.

6829 • Aid for Starving Children, (800) 514-3499 Provides emergency financial assistance to single African American working mothers. Expresses God’s love through hot meals, immunization, health care, education, and vocational training for African children.

6866 • Aid For Trash Dump Children: The Unforgotten, (443) 668-2648 Saves hungry children and their mothers from eating trash and living in garbage dumps. Gives them clean food and water, shelter, schooling, and a future.

6949 • Air & Space Forces Association, (800) 727-3337 ASFA is dedicated to dominant air, space, and cyberspace power, a strong national defense, supporting the men and women of the United States Air Force.

6709 • Alley Cat Allies, Inc., (240) 481-1980 Every 15 seconds, a healthy cat is killed in a shelter. Our programs help shelters save more cats and kittens, with your help.

6957 • Alley Cat Rescue, Inc., (301) 277-5595 Stray, abandoned, and feral cats are neglected. Healthy cats in shelters are killed. Your contribution helps us end feline overpopulation and suffering.

6740 • Alopecia Areata Foundation, National, (415) 472-3780 Funds the majority of research on this disease, produces patient materials, and promotes public awareness of alopecia areata.

6869 • Alzheimer’s Research & Prevention Foundation, (520) 749-8374 Help to fight Alzheimer’s disease and find a cure through research and prevention. Committed to ensuring peak mental performance and optimum brain function throughout our lives.

6763 • Alzheimer’s Research Foundation, Fisher Center, (800) ALZ-INFO Works to understand the causes of Alzheimer’s disease, improve the care of people living with it, and find a cure.

6840 • American Association for Cancer Research, (866) 423-3965 Funds groundbreaking scientific cancer research that saves lives. By contributing, you can help speed up the pace of scientific discovery, and fight cancer.

6751 • American Indian College Fund, (303) 426-8900 Seeks to revive some of the most economically depressed communities in our nation by supporting scholarships to American Indian students at our nation’s tribal colleges.

6764 • American Indian Youth Running Strong, (888) 491-9859 Raises self-esteem of Native American children; provides relief and development assistance to Indian reservations; teaches traditional life skills, healthy lifestyles, and respect for the environment.

6837 • Americans Helping Americans, (888) 242-5026 Fights American poverty by aiding needy Appalachian and urban Americans. Provides low-income families, elderly, and domestic violence victims with basic relief, support services, and affordable housing.

6878 • America’s Vet Dogs – The Veterans K-9 Corps, Inc., (866) 838-3647 Trains guide, service, and therapy dogs. Transforms the lives of disabled veterans and active service members at home, in Veterans Affairs (VA) and military hospitals, and while deployed.

6641 • Anxiety and Depression Association of America, (240) 485-1001 ADAA is a nonprofit dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, and co-occurring disorders through education, practice, and research.

6970 • Apraxia Kids (Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America), (412) 785-7072 Every child deserves a voice. We’re improving the lives of children with apraxia by ensuring each child has their best opportunity to develop optimal communication.

650 • ASPCA: American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, (212) 876-7700 x4501 Helps to stop acts of animal cruelty such as staged dog fights, puppy factories and breeding pens, and animal torture.

6734 • Autism Intervention and Treatment Research Organization for Autism Research, Inc., (866) 366-9710 Parents of children with autism never stop seeking answers. We’re here to provide those answers and fund studies that provide practical information on lifelong care.

6656 • Autism Society of America, (800) 3-AUTISM Improves lives by funding therapeutic research, advocating for appropriate services across the lifespan, and providing information regarding treatment, education, research, and advocacy.

683 • Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, (888) 856-8585 Through research and patient services, our work eases the tremendous suffering of autoimmune diseases such as lupus, arthritis, vasculitis, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Graves’, and more than 80 other diseases.

6735 • Bible Believers Fellowship, Inc., (800) 851-8674 Nationwide prison ministry promotes Christianity to English- and Spanishspeaking inmates through literature, videos, counseling, and prayer.

6897 • Big Cat Rescue Corp., (813) 920-4130 Works to save big cats such as tigers confined to circus wagons, lions bred for photos, and lynxes farmed for their fur.

6766 • Blind Vietnamese Children Foundation, (888) 877-0736 Pioneers support for homes providing health care, education, and career development to once-neglected, visually-impaired children in Vietnam.

6882 • Boone & Crockett Club, (406) 542-1888 Protecting one of our nation’s most valuable resources—its wildlife. We’ve been promoting fair-chase in hunting, outdoor ethics, and conservation since 1888.

6934 • Boulder Crest Retreat Foundation (dba Boulder Crest Retreat for Military & Veterans Wellness), (540) 554-2727 Healing combat heroes by delivering free retreats for wounded warriors, their families, caregivers, and Gold Star families with PTSD/TBI in a beautiful rural sanctuary.

6873 • Bread & Water for Africa, Inc., (888) 371-6622 Strengthens African initiatives for self-sufficiency through grassroots efforts on health, clean water, education, orphanages, vocational training, agriculture, and microcredit programs focused on women and children.

6915 • Breast Cancer Research and Assistance Fund, (602) 241-2697 Provides research grants, medical equipment, and supplies to clinics that treat breast cancer and other chronic diseases. Provides educational materials for patients and cancer support groups.

6644 • Brother’s Brother Foundation, (412) 321-3160 Helps bridge the gap between aid and sustainability by supporting localized programs and providing essential resources in healthcare, infrastructure, disaster response, and education.

6736 • Cancer Research America- NFCR, (800) 321-CURE We believe that world-class, cutting-edge research is the key to more effective cancer treatments, prevention, and detection. Join us in the fight to save lives.

6793 • Cancer Research Fund of the Damon Runyon-Walter Winchell Foundation, (877) 7CANCER Committed to supporting today’s best young scientists and funding their innovative cancer research.

613 • Canine Companions for Independence, (800) 572-BARK Enhances independence for children, adults, and veterans with disabilities through expertly trained service dogs, at no cost to their clients.

6767 • Canines for Disabled Kids Inc., (978) 422-5299 Provides canine companions for disabled children.

6974 • Carry The Load, (214) 723-6068 Dedicated to honoring and celebrating the sacrifices made by our nation’s heroes.

6959 • Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., (301) 565-4800 CLINIC and its 330+ affiliates assist low-income immigrants, reunite families, promote citizenship, help victims of domestic violence, advocate, build capacity, and train legal immigration providers.

689 • Child Find of America, Inc., (800) I-AM-LOST Child kidnapping prevention and location specialists, helping children and devastated parents through free investigation, mediation, and publicity.

6814 • Child Foundation, Inc., (503) 698-4084 Helps children in need, many of whom are orphans living in emergency situations, to remain in school.

6688 • Child Rescue International (Mission Without Borders, Inc.), (800) 245-9191 Children abandoned, orphaned, hungry, lost, lonely, and living in bleak institutions need hope and love. Your support helps us to save and change their lives.

6770 • Children of the Night, (800) 551-1300 Rescues America’s children from prostitution with a 24-hour nationwide hotline, as well as a home featuring an on-site school and college placement program.

6842 • Children’s Hunger Fund, (800) 708-7589 Feeding the hungry at home and abroad. Food, clothing, and medicines aid children in impoverished countries and in America’s inner cities.

6671 • Children’s Hunger Relief Fund, (707) 528-8000 Millions of innocent children needlessly die before age five! Help us provide millions of meals, health care, clean water, housing, education, God’s love, and stop starvation.

6754 • Children’s Organ Transplant Association, (800) 366-2682 Gives hope and makes miracles for children and young adults needing life-saving transplants. Funds support transplant expenses.

6938 • Children’s Wish Foundation International, (800) 323-9474 Dying children exist in a world of doctors, hospitals, and despair. Your donation gives hope and joy by fulfilling a favorite wish.

6801 • Christian Freedom International, (800) 323-CARE Cares for persecuted Christians in war zones, brutal repression, and emergencies. Delivers medicine, food, education, tools, and Bibles. Reports globally the atrocities occurring worldwide.

6780 • Christian Relief Services, Inc., (800) 33-RELIEF Works to save lives through relief, aid, and environmentally sustainable micro-development in the underdeveloped world.

6672 • Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. (COPS), (573) 346-4911 Provides grief support and resources to surviving families and co-workers of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty, trauma training, and public education.

6971 • Coral Reef Alliance, (888) 267-2573 CORAL works with communities to build management systems that reduce threats to reefs, increasing the health of the ecosystem and communities that depend on them.

6803 • Correctional Peace Officers Foundation, Inc., (800) 800-2763 Nonprofit charity for correctional officers and their families, providing line-of-duty death benefit and catastrophic assistance in cases of accident or illness.

6755 • Covenant House, (800) 388-3888 Shelters, mentors, and job trains at-risk, homeless kids with nowhere else to turn. NINELINE (1-800-999- 9999) provides nationwide rescue and counseling.

6673 • Cradle of Hope Adoption Center (Adoptions by Cradle of Hope), (301) 587-4400 Provides adoption services and support to children who are waiting for permanent, loving families.

6899 • Delta Research & Educational Foundation, (202) 347-1337 Promotes research that identifies solutions to issues affecting African American women, and their communities, through funding and support of charitable programs of Delta Sigma Theta.

6772 • Diabetes & Immune Disease National Research Institute, (858) 752-6535 Moving closer to a cure. Their cutting-edge research is advancing new treatments and cures for millions suffering from diabetes and other chronic, debilitating diseases.

6660 • Diabetes Action Research and Education Foundation, Inc., (202) 333-4520 Funds research for treatment, prevention, and cure. Our Diabetes University focuses on alternative therapies.

6716 • Direct Relief, (800) 676-1638 Helps people affected by poverty or natural disasters by delivering critical medical material aid to provide lifesaving health solutions in the world’s most under-served communities.

619 • Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust, (859) 441-7300 Builds better lives for disabled veterans and their families. Provides prosthetics devices for amputees, traumatic brain injury therapy, guide/assistance dogs, and comfort for survivors.

6877 • Dogs on Death Row, (866) 574-7726 Rescues dogs facing imminent execution if they do not get interim financial sponsors, foster parents, or medical treatment required to become adoptable.

6920 • Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee, (931) 796-6500 The nation’s largest natural habitat refuge for endangered elephants retired from circuses and zoos. Improving elephant lives through sanctuary, education, research, and overseas assistance.

6921 • Elephants Saving Elephants and Habitat Worldwide (International Elephant Foundation), (817) 597-0956 Elephants are killed for their ivory. Their habitat becomes roads, farms, and villages. When elephants and humans cross paths, deaths occur. Help protect elephants, habitat, and people.

6910 • EOD Warrior Foundation, (540) 554-4550 Supporting Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Warriors and their families. EOD Warriors get injured or die when disarming deadly explosive ordnance and terrorist devices while serving our country.

6860 • Fabretto Children’s Foundation (dba Children of Nicaragua Fabretto Foundation), (703) 525-8716 Empowering underserved children and families in Nicaragua to reach their full potential, improve their livelihoods, and take advantage of economic opportunity through education and nutrition.

6939 • Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry, Inc., (866) 438-3434 Helps provide nutritious meat to hungry children and families nationwide. Pays the butchering fees for deer and livestock donated by farmers and hunters.

6757 • Greenpeace Fund, Inc., (800) 326-0959 Campaigns to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions essential to a green and peaceful future, by using research and public education.

6924 • Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc., (800) 548-4337 Using innovative training methods, trains guide and service dogs to restore independence and mobility and empower people with disabilities to live a life without boundaries.

6662 • Guide Dogs of America, (800) 459-4843 Transforms the lives of people who are blind, veterans, individuals with autism, and vulnerable populations in facilities through partnerships with service dogs.

6861 • Habitat for Humanity International, (800) 422-4828 We partner with families globally to strengthen communities, build or improve homes, and advocate for everyone’s right to live in safe, affordable housing.

6862 • Hearing Health Foundation, (212) 257-6140 Provides funding for hearing and balance research in that drives new innovations and treatments for hearing loss.

6738 • Hispanic Scholarship Fund, (877) HSF-INFO Supports Hispanic higher education. They envision a future when every Hispanic household benefits from a family member with a college degree.

6818 • Homes for Our Troops, Inc., (508) 823-3300 Builds specially adapted, handicapaccessible homes for severely injured veterans across the country. The homes are provided at no cost to the veterans.

681 • Hospice Foundation of America, (800) 854-3402 Helps terminally ill persons and their families through the dying process in a less painful and more caring manner. Services include caregiving and bereavement assistance.

6820 • Humane Farm Animal Care (Certified Humane), (703) 435-3883 Fights cruelty in raising and handling of animals such as cows confined in tie stalls, crated pigs that cannot move, and chickens stuffed in cages.

6646 • International Crane Foundation, (608) 356-9462 Eleven of 15 crane species are threatened with extinction. Help us protect fragile wetland and grassland ecosystems for cranes, people, and the diversity of life.

6888 • Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America, Inc., (212) 982-9699 Helping address critical issues facing Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families, including mental health injuries, Traumatic Brain Injury, high suicide rates, and staggering unemployment.

6722 • Kidney Cancer Association, (800) 850-9132 Alone we are strong, but together we are unstoppable. Join the KCA as we lead the charge in finding the cure for kidney cancer.

6975 • Kids Matter Inc., (414) 344-1220 Helps abused and neglected children heal and thrive. Trains advocates for children; supports caregivers through foster and kinship programs; and acts a powerful voice for vulnerable children.

6864 • Living Waters International (dba Aid for African Catholic Missions), (866) 220-8981 Alleviates human suffering among the poor and marginalized in East Africa. Helps to supply basic human/spiritual needs; builds churches, schools, health clinics, and youth hostels.

6944 • Lutheran World Relief, Inc., (800) 597-5972 Affirming God’s love for all people, we work with Lutherans and partners around the world to end poverty, injustice, and human suffering.

631 • Marine Mammal Center, (415) 289-SEAL Thousands of orphaned, sick, and injured marine mammals would have died if not for our state-of-theart animal care, research facilities, dedicated volunteers, and you.

6930 • Mexican American Legal Defense & Educational Fund, (213) 629-2512 MALDEF fights for the civil rights of Latinos living in our country. We help remove unfair obstacles and provide all Latinos with a voice.

6953 • Milwaukee County War Memorial Center, (414) 273-5533 We honor the sacrifice made by Milwaukee County veterans through our inspirational memorials and by serving the living through activities, displays, veteran programs, and events.

6694 • National Park Trust, Inc., (301) 279-7275 Preserves and protects critical, endangered parklands and promotes programs that send youth outdoors to experience our nation’s parks.

641 • NEADS, Inc., (978) 422-9064 Provides highly skilled Service Dogs for people who are Deaf or have a disability.

6966 • Paws for Purple Hearts, (844) 700-PAWS Teaching veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and/ or Traumatic Brain Injury to train service dogs for fellow veterans with physical disabilities and combat injuries.

673 • Paws With A Cause, (800) 253-PAWS Custom-trained Assistance Dogs enhance independence and quality of life for people with disabilities nationally. We increase awareness of the rights and roles of Assistance Dog Teams.

6601 • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, (757) 622-PETA Fights cruelty and saves lives! Your gift makes a kinder world for animals through undercover investigations, rescues, humane education, spay/neuter, and high-profile advocacy campaigns.

6907 • Philippine Children’s Shelter, (651) 493-1551 Shelter is more than a roof overhead. Providing impoverished Filipino children with food, medicine, education, and a loving home through four residences and a school.

6728 • Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), (202) 265-7337 Supports public employees in advocating for sound stewardship of natural resources, maintaining government accountability, and fighting for scientific integrity.

6963 • Rainforest Trust, (800) 456-4930 Saving rainforests for endangered wildlife! We have protected more than 11 million acres from deforestation since 1988. You can save an acre for as little as $1.00.

616 • Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation, Inc., (507) 287-6465 Increase awareness, improve treatment, find a cure. We strive to create a better tomorrow for those living with this debilitating condition.

675 • Science Olympiad, (630) 792-1251 Encourages K-12 students to participate in academic events at tournaments designed to promote career interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education.

6853 • Search Dog Foundation, National Disaster, (888) 459-4376 Saves dogs and people by rescuing dogs, partnering them with firefighters, and training them to locate people buried alive during disasters.

6790 • Seeing Eye, Inc., (800) 539-4425 Their goal in 1929 was to give blind people the opportunity to travel independently with Seeing Eye dogs. This is still their goal.

6821 • Semper Fi and America’s Fund, (760) 725-3680 Awards grants to severely injured and critically ill service members and their families to cover costs associated with hospitalization, recovery, and transition.

6854 • Seva Foundation, (800) 223-7382 Imagine being blind one day and seeing the next, or receiving seeds, tools, and gardening classes to promote healthy living. Help another achieve these miracles today.

6839 • Sisters Network, Inc. (dba Breast Cancer African American), (866) 781-1808 We save lives by empowering women through support, education, financial assistance, and promotion of early detection through free mammography and ultrasound screenings.

6893 • Special Operations Warrior Foundation, (813) 805-9400 Provides scholarship grants and counseling to children of special operations people who die in combat or training. Provides financial assistance to wounded special operations people.

6760 • TMJ Association, The, (262) 432-0350 TMJ (jaw) disorders affect a person’s ability to speak, eat, chew, smile, kiss, and even breathe. Help us promote awareness, education, and scientific research.

6857 • USA Cares, Inc., (800) 773-0387 Emergency financial assistance for military and veteran families in the form of grants—not loans. We help with PTSD, foreclosures, evictions, utilities, unemployment, and more.

6795 • Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation, (816) 756-3390 Free services help prevent American combat troops from losing their homes and provide no-cost calls to families. Veterans Administration claims assistance is also provided.

6973 • Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, (608) 262-3642 WCIJ increases the quality, quantity and understanding of investigative journalism to foster an informed citizenry and strengthen democracy.

6895 • Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation, (813) 938-1390 Assists healing heroes through the power of the great outdoors by providing world-class hunting and fishing opportunities to our nation’s combat wounded service members.

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800 • America’s Charities

(800) 458-9505

America’s Charities works to develop the spirit of giving at the workplace by offering a broad range of charities reflecting the diversity of the American people and supporting efficient, low-cost workplace charitable giving campaigns. Our goal is to provide member charities with the financial resources required to meet emerging needs.

You may contribute to America’s Charities itself or directly to the member organizations listed in this section. Designations to specific organizations go to those charities.

General contributions to America’s Charities are used to support the missions of its member organizations.

8832 • Alzheimer’s Disease Research (Bright Focus Foundation), (800) 437-2423 Drives innovative research worldwide and promote public awareness about Alzheimer’s disease, risk factors, treatments, and coping strategies.

837 • Amnesty International of the USA, (800) 266-3789 Their history spans more than 60 years and includes a presence in over 70 countries and 10 million supporters. They defend the human rights of people globally.

8837 • Best Friends Animal Society, (435) 644-2001 For more than 35 years, they have run the nation’s largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals and built effective programs to reduce the number of animals entering shelters.

802 • Breast Cancer Coalition (National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund), (800) 622-2838 Breast Cancer Coalition is dedicated to ending breast cancer through the power of grassroots action and advocacy.

8806 • Cancer Research for Children – CureSearch, (800) 458-6223 CureSearch funds research projects designed to find new and better therapies for children’s cancers and hosts collaborative opportunities for leaders across the pediatric cancer ecosystem.

895 • Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation, (202) 298-9211 Funds scientific research into treatments and a cure for diabetes. Conducts screenings, education programs to save lives from blindness, kidney failure, and amputations.

8812 • Feed the Children, Inc., (800) 627-4556 A nonprofit organization focused on alleviating childhood hunger in the United States and around the world.

8840 • Humane Society International, (202) 452-1100 We lead the way in animal protection as a voice for all animals. We educate, investigate, and act, working to prevent cruelty and promote compassion.

8828 • Humane Society of the United States, (202) 452-1100 Confronts abuse in puppy mills, animal fighting, animals in research, factory farming, wildlife threats, and more. Help us end all animal cruelty.

8823 • Make-A-Wish Foundation of America, (800) 722-9474 Creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. A wish helps a child replace fear with confidence, sadness with joy, and anxiety with hope.

877 • Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, (800) 532-7667 A leading resource for the entire MS community, improving lives today through vital services and support.

875 • National Down Syndrome Society, (800) 221-4602 NDSS supports and advocates for the Down syndrome community by focusing on three areas of programming: Resources & Support, Policy & Advocacy, and Community Engagement.

882 • National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, (301) 447-1365 Honors America’s fallen firefighters; assists their families with scholarships and emotional support programs; provides training for fire service; builds National Memorial Park.

8830 • Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance, (212) 268-1002 Advancing research to prevent, treat, and defeat ovarian cancer; supporting women and their families after diagnosis; working to ensure ovarian cancer is a government priority.

8804 • PetSmart Charities, Inc., (800) 423-7387 PetSmart Charities believes in a world where communities unite in support of pets together with their families.

8835 • Rails To Trails Conservancy, (888) 388-6832 Converts thousands of miles of unused railroad corridors into public trails for walking, bicycling, hiking, skating, horseback-riding, crosscountry skiing, wildlife habitats, and nature appreciation.

8815 • Reading is Fundamental, Inc. (RIF), (877) 743-7323 Provides books for children nationwide and engages children, parents, and communities in reading and motivational activities to encourage a lifelong love of reading.

8831 • Southern Poverty Law Center, Inc., (888) 414-7752 Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward making the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity a reality.

8800 • The Hole In The Wall Gang Fund, (203) 772-0522 Founded by Paul Newman, a nonprofit summer camp and year-round center providing free services to children with life-threatening illnesses.

881 • Wounded Warrior Project, Inc., (877) 832-6997 Transforms the lives of America’s injured post-9/11 military veterans and their families through free programs supporting mental, physical, and financial health, and long-term rehabilitative care.

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300 • CHC: Creating Healthier Communities

(608) 520-4182

We envision a world where every person in every community has an opportunity to live their healthiest life. You may contribute generally to CHC: Creating Healthier Communities, or directly to the partners listed in this section. We distribute designations and the share of general contributions to charity partners based on a percentage equal to each charity’s designations.

382 • AIDS Research Foundation (AMFAR), (800) 392-6327 Invests in innovative AIDS and COVID-19 research; advocates to increase funding for research/ prevention/treatment and to protect the rights of all people affected by HIV/AIDS.

3134 • ALS Association, (800) 782-4747 Leads the fight against Lou Gehrig’s Disease through research, advocacy, and compassionate care and support of people with ALS and their families.

310 • ALS Association, Wisconsin Chapter, (414) 763-2220 Our mission is to discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS.

324 • Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Wisconsin Chapter, (608) 203-8500 A leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support, and research.

371 • American Cancer Society, WI, (800) 272-3900 Accelerating progress against cancer in every community by saving lives, helping those touched by cancer, and empowering people to fight back against cancer.

3121 • American Council of the Blind, Inc., (202) 467-5081 Our mission is to increase the independence, security, equality of opportunity, and quality of life for all blind and visually impaired people.

3033 • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, (414) 216-4180 We are dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide.

330 • American Kidney Fund, (800) 638-8299 We fight kidney disease on all fronts by addressing education, advocacy, financial assistance, prevention, and research; spending 97 cents of every donated dollar on programs.

360 • American Liver Foundation, (800) 455-4837 One of the nation’s leading nonprofits that facilitates, advocates and promotes education, support and research for prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease.

3817 • American Lung Association, (800) 586-4872 Our mission is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through research, education, and advocacy.

323 • American Lung Association of Wisconsin, Upper Midwest, Brookfield, (262) 703-4200 Our mission is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through research, education, and advocacy.

304 • Arthritis Foundation, (414) 533-0454 Pursues a cure while championing the fight to conquer arthritis with science, resources, advocacy, and community.

341 • Autism Speaks, Inc., (888) 777-6227 Promotes lifelong solutions for needs of individuals with autism and families through advocacy/support, increasing ASD acceptance, and advancing research into causes and better interventions.

3808 • Black Women’s Health Imperative, (202) 787-5931 Dedicated to improving the physical, emotional, and financial health of America’s Black Women and girls.

363 • Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation, Wisconsin, (608) 661-4178 Infinite Boundaries retreats help women heal emotionally from their breast cancer. In addition we host Sharing the Knowledge – a lunch & learn series.

3803 • Breast Cancer Research Foundation, (877) 346-3228 Our mission is to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing the world’s most promising research. No more fear. No more hospital visits. No more side effects or needless suffering. No more loved ones lost to breast cancer.

332 • Broadscope Disability Services, Inc., (414) 329-4500 Serves persons with a broad scope of disabilities, fostering inclusion and empowering individuals with the freedom to make their own choices.

3800 • Can Do Canines, (763) 331-3000 Training homeless dogs to help people who are deaf, physically disabled, and children with autism to become more independent. Dogs are provided free of charge.

3126 • Care Net, (608) 325-5051 Offering compassion, hope, and help to women and men considering abortion by presenting realistic alternatives and Christ-centered support through our life-affirming network.

3801 • Cerebral Palsy Foundation, (212) 520-1686 Works to transform the lives of people with cerebral palsy (and related disabilities) today through research, innovation, and collaboration.

3030 • Children’s Food Fund/World Emergency Relief, (909) 593-7140 We provide food for hungry children, medical care for the sick, relief supplies for disaster victims, and hope to millions living in poverty.

3041 • Christian Military Fellowship, (303) 761-1959 Ministering to America’s military and their families worldwide empowering them in their Christian faith, advancing Bible studies, linkups, mentoring, fellowship, resources, personal contact, and encouragement.

3132 • Colorectal Cancer Alliance, (877) 422-2030 Provides support for all individuals navigating colorectal cancer, raises awareness of preventive measures, and funds research to end colorectal cancer in our lifetime.

365 • CORE/El Centro, (414) 384-2673 Focused on community-based intervention, treatment, and prevention of physical and mental health issues serving low-income, underserved neighborhoods in Milwaukee since 2002.

326 • Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, Wisconsin Chapter, (414) 475-5520 Our mission is to cure Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.

3133 • Doctors Without Borders USA, Inc., (877) 548-1686 An independent international medical humanitarian organization that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, and natural disasters in more than 70 countries.

305 • Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin, (414) 327-3729 Our mission is simple. We are here to provide support to individuals with Down syndrome and their families through education, information, and sharing experiences.

3818 • Easter Seals Wisconsin – Green Bay, (800) 422-2324 Helping children and adults with disabilities throughout Wisconsin gain greater independence through vocational rehabilitation for farmers, respite care, camping and recreation, information and referral.

309 • Easter Seals Wisconsin – Madison, (608) 277-8288 Helps children and adults with disabilities throughout Wisconsin gain greater independence through vocational rehabilitation for farmers, respite care, camping and recreation, information, and referral.

331 • Faith’s Lodge, (612) 825-2073 Gives parents and families coping with the serious illness or death of a child a place to reflect, renew, and build hope.

3813 • Focus on the Family, (800) 232-6459 A global multimedia organization defending and equipping families through counseling consults and biblically based resources that strengthen marriages and help parents raise healthy, responsible children.

3804 • Glaucoma Research Foundation, (415) 986-3162 Cure glaucoma and restore vision through innovative research.

314 • Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation, Inc., (888) 797-4543 Educating, supporting, and advocating for the bleeding disorders community of Wisconsin through programs like emergency financial assistance, camp, scholarships, and educational programming.

334 • Hospice Alliance Foundation, Inc., (262) 652-4482 Hospice Alliance is a Joint Commission accredited provider of award-winning, compassionate hospice and palliative care.

325 • Huntington’s Disease Society of America, (212) 242-1968 HDSA is dedicated to improving the lives of people with Huntington’s disease and their families through support of research, providing information, resources, and education.

3810 • International Justice Mission, (703) 465-5495 Protects people in poverty from violence by partnering in 24 program offices in 14 countries to combat trafficking and slavery, violence against women and children, and police abuse of power.

353 • JDRF International, Wisconsin Chapter, (920) 997-0038 The Wisconsin Chapter of a leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Our mission is to cure, prevent, and treat T1D and its complications.

3812 • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, (800) 533-CURE We’re leading the fight against type 1 diabetes (T1D) by funding research, advocating for policies that accelerate access to new therapies, and providing a support network around the world.

3816 • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, (888) 557-7177 Our mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

3811 • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Upper Plains Region, Madison Market, (888) 557-7177 Our mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

315 • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Upper Plains Region, Milwaukee Market, (262) 790-4701 Our mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

3114 • Leukemia Research Foundation, (847) 424-0600 We cure leukemia by funding innovative research and support patients and families. We are on the path to finding a cure – and won’t stop until we do.

379 • Life Navigators, Inc., (414) 774-6255 Provides kids and adults with disabilities with comprehensive services and individualized support to ensure, safe, happy, and healthy lives.

358 • Lupus Foundation of America, Wisconsin Chapter, (414) 443-6400 Seeks to improve the quality of life for those affected by lupus through support, research, education, and advocacy.

3814 • MACH ONE HEALTH (Madison Street Medicine), (608) 676-7826 By providing medical and housing services to people experiencing homelessness in the Madison Area, we fill gaps in access to housing and health care.

373 • Make A Wish Foundation® of Wisconsin, (800) 236-WISH Grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy.

335 • March of Dimes, (888) 663-4637 March of Dimes fights for the health of all moms and babies. Supports research, leads programs and provides education and advocacy so that every family can have the best possible start.

3820 • March of Dimes, Western Wisconsin, (888) 663-4637 Donations are used to fund research, educational programs, community services, and advocacy efforts focused on giving every child a fighting chance at a healthy start.

3096 • Mercy Ships, (800) 772-7447 Delivers free world-class health care to some of the world’s poorest nations while training local surgeons and medical workers, increasing developing African nations’ health care capacity.

312 • NAMI Wisconsin, (608) 268-6000 We improve the quality of life of individuals and the families affected by mental illnesses through educational classes, events, support groups, presentations, and advocacy.

3815 • National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., (972) 248-9200 NBCF’s mission is Helping Women Now by providing help and inspiring hope to those affected by Breast Cancer through early detection, education, and support services.

313 • National Multiple Sclerosis Society – Wisconsin, (800) 344-4867 We will cure MS while empowering people affected by MS to live their best lives.

390 • National Psoriasis Foundation, (800) 723-9166 Drives efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected.

327 • Outreach Community Health Centers, Inc., (414) 374-2400 Addresses health disparities among marginalized people with health and behavioral health services, housing for homeless families, support for chronic mental illness, and HIV care.

391 • Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, (310) 725-0025 In our urgent mission to save lives, we attack pancreatic cancer on all fronts: research, clinical initiatives, patient services, and advocacy.

316 • Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, Inc., (608) 256-7549 Empowers all individuals to manage their sexual and reproductive health through patient services, education, and advocacy.

311 • Prevent Blindness Wisconsin, Inc., (414) 765-0505 We improve the lives of children, adults, and families through early detection of eye conditions to prevent blindness and preserve sight.

3819 • Rebuilding Together, (920) 276-1417 Each year, we make more than 10,000 zero-cost home repairs across the nation for low-income families, people with disabilities, veterans, and older adults.

374 • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin, Inc., (414) 475-5333 Keeps families together while their children are receiving medical treatment at local hospitals.

359 • St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital/ALSAC (American Lebanese Syrian Associated Charities, Inc.), (800) 822-6344 Researches and treats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Families are never billed by St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing, or food. Discoveries are freely shared worldwide.

340 • Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, (877) 465-6636 Promises to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all, and energizing science to find the cures.

362 • Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Wisconsin, (608) 836-1083 Promises to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all, and energizing science to find the cures.

3040 • Unbound, (913) 384-6500 Partners with families living in poverty and invests in their dreams. We help young people achieve their educational goals and build better futures.

306 • United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Dane County, (608) 273-4434 Helps families and children with significant disabilities get the valuable services they need, such as therapy, childcare, and early intervention services!

3098 • V Foundation, (919) 380-9505 We fund game-changing research and all-star scientists to accelerate victory over cancer and save lives.

378 • Wisconsin Parkinson Association, (414) 312-6990 Our mission is to provide hope, community, support, and resources for people with Parkinson’s and their loved ones.

352 • Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation, Inc., (608) 251-1675 Provides free health education events, smoking cessation counseling, and health information and referral services, for more than 7,000 women annually in all 72 Wisconsin counties.

346 • ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer, (202) 463-9455 Our mission is to end prostate cancer by advancing research, providing support, and creating solutions to achieve health equity to meet the needs of our community.

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200 • Community Shares of Wisconsin

(608) 256-1066

Community Shares of Wisconsin’s member nonprofits work on the front lines in Dane County and throughout Wisconsin to protect our rights and build a safe and sustainable future for all of us.

Our cooperative structure provides voice to member nonprofits which means your support fuels a movement based on partnership, support, and collaboration among leaders in local grassroots organizations.

We have worked to advance social and environmental justice for 50 years, and a gift to Community Shares supports all of our member organizations’ fundraising efforts including training, technical assistance, and networking opportunities.

You may also give directly to one or more of our member organizations listed here. Organizations receive 100% of the funds that you direct to them.

248 • 1000 Friends of Wisconsin, Inc., (608) 259-1000 A leading proponent of land use and transportation policies that advance healthy communities, positive economic outcomes, and environmental justice in Wisconsin.

242 • ABC for Health, Inc., (608) 261-6939 An innovative public interest law firm that facilitates access to health care coverage and services for low-income clients through legal advocacy and benefits counseling.

227 • American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin Foundation, Inc. (aka ACLU of Wisconsin Foundation), (414) 272-4032 Works to protect and promote civil liberties and civil rights of all Wisconsin residents through litigation, advocacy, public education, research, and organizing.

209 • Bayview Foundation, Inc., (608) 256-7808 Supports culturally diverse, lowincome families in realizing their aspirations by providing affordable housing, fostering cultural pride, and building community through the arts, education, and recreation.

263 • Center for Media and Democracy, Inc., (608) 229-6801 National watchdog group that investigates and exposes corruption and corporate distortion of public policy, and aids activists defending our environment, schools, and economy.

228 • Chrysalis, Inc., (608) 256-3102 Promotes mental health recovery in our community by supporting work opportunities that encourage hope, healing, and wellness.

206 • Citizens Utility Board of Wisconsin, Inc., (608) 251-3322 The only organization in Wisconsin devoted entirely to protecting the rights of residential utility customers, fighting utility rate increases and electric deregulation plans that hurt consumers.

224 • Clean Wisconsin, Inc., (608) 251-7020 Wisconsin’s leading voice for the environment, protecting and preserving the state’s clean water, air, and natural heritage.

204 • Common Wealth Development, Inc., (608) 256-3527 Supports healthy housing, equitable economic development, and sustainable land use in Madison area neighborhoods through a people-first approach centered on racial equity and community-level health.

245 • Disability Rights Wisconsin, (608) 267-0214 Through advocacy, investigation, and education, DRW challenges systems and society to ensure that all people with disabilities enjoy full rights and enhanced quality of life.

231 • End Domestic Abuse WI, (608) 255-0539 As a leading voice for victims of domestic abuse in Wisconsin, we raise awareness and provide safety and support to prevent and end domestic abuse.

277 • Fair Share CSA Coalition, Inc., (608) 226-0300 Working to strengthen the community-supported agriculture (CSA) movement, support smallscale vegetable farmers, build local economies, ensure food access, and sustain a healthy environment.

201 • Fair Wisconsin Education Fund, Inc., (608) 441-0143 Statewide education, grassroots organizing, and civic engagement organization dedicated to advancing, achieving, and protecting equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Wisconsinites.

266 • Freedom Inc., (608) 630-8901 Helps educate, mobilize, and organize women, youth, and victims of abuse to build leadership in low-income minority communities. Challenges root causes of violence, racism, and poverty.

211 • Friends of Wisconsin State Parks, Inc., (608) 294-0810 Preserving, promoting, protecting, and enhancing Wisconsin state parks, forests, trails, and recreation areas.

212 • Gathering Waters Conservancy, Inc., (608) 251-9131 Helps communities, land trusts, and landowners protect the places that make Wisconsin special.

216 • GSAFE Gay Straight Alliance for Safe Schools, (608) 661-4141 Provides leadership development opportunities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth and offers resources and training to educators and families.

220 • Kids Forward, (608) 284-0580 Aspires to make Wisconsin a place where every child thrives by advocating for effective, long-lasting solutions that break down barriers to success for children and families.

229 • League of Women Voters of Wisconsin, (608) 256-0827 Encourages active and informed participation in government. We advocate on public policy issues that are important to people’s daily lives. Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.

213 • Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc., (608) 256-3304 Provides free legal help and representation to low-income Wisconsinites for housing, public benefits, employment matters, consumer law, and family law, including matters of domestic violence.

243 • Madison Area Community Land Trust, (608) 575-0991 Promotes affordable housing for first time home buyers at or below 80% of median income and preserves urban space for community use.

233 • Madison Audubon Society, Inc., (608) 255-2473 Conserves and celebrates Wisconsin’s birds and nature through local habitat restoration and protection, innovative educational experiences, and science-based advocacy.

251 • Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council, (608) 257-0853 Promotes equal housing opportunity by conducting intake and investigation of housing discrimination complaints, educating housing providers and consumers, and investigating institutional forms of discrimination.

222 • Midwest Environmental Advocates, Inc., (608) 251-5047 Provides legal support for citizens who exercise their rights to protect our natural resources through grassroots leadership development, local advocacy, and environmental justice litigation.

282 • Moses-Wisdom of Madison, (608) 509-7433 Works to transform public policies in Dane County which deny justice to the poor, people of color, and people suffering from mental illness, starting with mass incarceration, and addressing racism that leads to it.

270 • Nuestro Mundo, Inc., (608) 204-1079 Improves academic success in the Latino community by implementing dual-language immersion, advocating for more family involvement, and encouraging community support.

210 • OutReach, Inc., (608) 255-8582 Madison and south-central Wisconsin’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community center, providing programs to promote equality and quality of life for LGBTQ+ people.

230 • Project Home, Inc., (608) 246-3737 Committed to building strong communities through weatherization, home repairs, accessibility modifications, and rental housing. Offers free public education on home maintenance and repair.

215 • Rape Crisis Center, (608) 251-5126 Advocates for those harmed by sexual violence by centering survivors, promoting societal change, and committing to be an evolving force for social equity.

271 • REAP Food Group Research, Education, Action & Policy on Food Group, (608) 310-7836 Building and sustaining a local food system that supports family farms, promotes sustainable agriculture, and provides access to fresh, healthy food for our community.

254 • River Alliance of Wisconsin, Inc., (608) 257-2424 Works to protect, enhance, and restore Wisconsin’s rivers and watersheds.

285 • Rooted WI, Inc., (608) 240-0409 Envisions all people growing and thriving in healthy, equitable, and sustainable neighborhoods. Our work and collaborations are rooted in food, land, and learning.

234 • Sierra Club Foundation, The, (608) 256-0565 Promotes climate solutions, conservation, and movement building through a powerful combination of strategic philanthropy and grassroots advocacy.

272 • Sustain Dane, Inc., (608) 285-2454 We lead programs in businesses and communities to transform Dane County to be a happy, healthier place for everyone. Together, we promote sustainability for people and planet.

217 • Tenant Resource Center, The, (608) 257-0006 Helps tenants and landlords throughout Wisconsin resolve rental housing problems by providing information and referrals, mediation, workshops, and comprehensive publications about rights and responsibilities.

253 • The Progressive, Inc., (608) 257-4626 Founded in 1909, this Madison-based magazine is a voice for peace, social and economic justice, civil rights and liberties, preserved environment, and a reinvigorated democracy.

255 • UNIDOS Against Domestic Violence, (608) 256-9195 Provides a bridge to a safe environment and breaks the cycle of domestic violence in Latino communities one family at a time.

278 • Wisconsin Alliance for Women’s Health, (608) 251-0139 Advancing women’s health by educating, engaging, empowering, and mobilizing people to advocate for policies that are proven to be helpful to women’s health.

250 • Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault, (608) 257-1516 Addresses sexual assault and abuse by coordinating services statewide. Monitors legislation and provides technical assistance, training, and support to community-based service providers and other professionals.

274 • Wisconsin Conservation Voices, (608) 661-0845 Protects Wisconsin’s water, air, land, and public health by educating and mobilizing citizens to become strong advocates for conservation.

273 • Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired, Inc., (608) 255-1166 Empowering people who are blind and visually impaired through vision services, advocacy, and education.

258 • Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, (608) 255-4260 A nonpartisan political watchdog group dedicated to clean and open government and a full democracy, where everyone has an equal voice.

259 • Wisconsin Early Childhood Association, Inc., (608) 240-9880 WECA advocates for greater public investments in the early care and education of Wisconsin’s young children and just compensation for those who care for them.

246 • Wisconsin Family Ties, Inc., (608) 267-6800 Statewide parent-run organization providing support, information, training, and advocacy for families that include children and adolescents with mental, emotional, or behavioral challenges.

260 • Wisconsin Literacy, Inc., (608) 257-1655 Low literacy levels in health, workforce, and community limit life possibilities. With additional resources, partnerships, and our member agencies, we can improve literacy in Wisconsin.

262 • Wisconsin Wetlands Association, (608) 250-9971 Dedicated to the protection, restoration, and enjoyment of wetlands and associated ecosystems through science-based programs, education, and advocacy.

223 • Wisconsin Women’s Network, Inc., (608) 620-4926 Works to promote the advancement of women and girls in Wisconsin through communication, education, advocacy, and connections.

239 • Women in Transition, Inc., (608) 244-2046 Provides residential services, case management, and social services to women with severe, persistent mental illness through continuum of housing services and support for independent living.

267 • Worker Justice Wisconsin, Inc., (608) 255-0376 Mobilizes individuals, labor groups, and religious congregations to improve wages, benefits, and working conditions for low-wage workers.

276 • Working Capital for Community Needs, Inc. (WCCN), (608) 257-7230 Provides small businesses and family farmers in Latin America with access to micro-loans to work their way out of poverty.

226 • WORT – FM 89.9 Community Radio (Back Porch Radio Broadcasting, Inc.), (608) 256-2001 Volunteer-driven provider of local news, arts, and music. Megaphone for nonprofit work on the environment, social justice, and civic engagement. Radio for the people, by the people.

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400 • EarthShare

(240) 333-0300

For more than 35 years, EarthShare has made it easy for people to actively contribute to solutions and programs that protect our natural resources and our quality of life. With your help, we have delivered more than $375 million to support work that protects our air, land, water, wildlife, and home!

EarthShare represents America’s most respected environmental and conservation charities, whose programs and impact span Wisconsin and the nation. Whether you want to invest in air quality, clean water, and climate change solutions, or help preserve the land and wildlife in your own backyard, your generosity helps to build a healthier, more sustainable future for all.

We make it easy for you to make a difference. Support a Wisconsin-based community group or share your gift with the world by contributing to an international nonprofit partner; it’s up to you. You can also support all our nonprofits with just one gift to EarthShare. Even $1 per paycheck can make a difference in the health of everyday resources we count on; from the food we eat to the outdoor places we enjoy with family and friends!

You may contribute to EarthShare itself or directly to the partner organizations listed in this section. EarthShare distributes its designations and its share of general contributions to partner charities based on an annual allocation decided by the EarthShare Board of Directors.

416 • African Wildlife Foundation, (202) 939-3333 Works to ensure wildlife and habitats thrive in modern Africa. Since 1961, our multi-faceted approach ensures conservation strategies work for wildlife and people.

473 • Alliance For The Great Lakes, (312) 939-0838 To protect, conserve, and restore the Great Lakes ensuring healthy water in the lakes and in our communities for all generations of people and wildlife.

417 • American Farmland Trust, (202) 331-7300 Stopping the loss of farmland to sprawling development. Working with communities on smarter growth that includes local family farms. Advocating environmentally-healthy farming practices.

467 • Bat Conservation International, (512) 327-9721 Our mission is to conserve the world’s bats and their ecosystems to ensure a healthy planet.

420 • Beyond Pesticides, (202) 543-5450 Working to protect health and the environment, including air, water, land, and food, to lead the transition to a world free of toxic pesticides.

485 • Born Free USA United with Animal Protection Institute, (301) 448-1407 Works to end the suffering of wild animals in captivity, rescue individual animals in need, protect wildlife, including endangered species, and encourage compassionate conservation globally.

403 • Clean Water Fund, (202) 895-0432 Neighborhood-based action and education programs bringing people, businesses, and government together for sensible solutions that protect water and health, prevent pollution, and conserve natural resources.

486 • Door County Land Trust, (920) 746-1359 We protect the wild places, scenic beauty, and ecological integrity that make the Door Peninsula and islands uniquely diverse and wondrous.

490 • Driftless Area Land Conservancy, Inc., (608) 930-3252 We protect the health, diversity, and beauty of southern Wisconsin’s Driftless Area through land protection, land restoration, and connecting people to land and each other.

431 • Environmental & Energy Study Institute (EESI), (202) 628-1400 EESI’s mission is to advance science-based solutions for climate change, energy, and environmental challenges. Our vision is a sustainable, resilient, and equitable world. Join us!

419 • Environmental Law Institute, (202) 939-3800 Environmental law that works for you: community-based education + research on environmental problems = solutions to protect people and nature. Independent and nonpartisan.

481 • Friends of Schlitz Audubon Nature Center, (414) 352-2880 Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, our mission is to conserve our land’s diverse habitats on Lake Michigan and provide meaningful experiences and environmental education for all.

475 • Groundswell Conservancy, Inc., (608) 258-9797 We protect special places forever. We believe land is essential for people’s wellness and strive for a world filled with green places where communities thrive.

474 • Ice Age Trail Alliance, Inc., (608) 798-4453 Our mission is to conserve, create, maintain, and promote the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.

428 • Izaak Walton League of America, Inc., (800) 453-5463 From hunters to hikers, our members protect America’s outdoors through community-based conservation education, common-sense public policy, and a commitment to strong outdoor ethics.

491 • Landmark Conservancy, Inc., (715) 235-8850 We are a nationally accredited land trust working to protect the natural legacy of northwest Wisconsin. We have protected 40,000 acres as of 2022.

492 • Mississippi Valley Conservancy, (608) 784-3606 To conserve native habitats and farmlands in the Driftless Area for the health and well-being of current and future generations.

414 • National Parks Conservation Association, (202) 223-6722 Preserves national parks from the Grand Canyon to Gettysburg; protects endangered wildlife and cultural sites; promotes new parks; defends against pollution, inappropriate development, and overcrowding.

422 • National Wildlife Federation, (703) 438-6000 Uniting all Americans to ensure wildlife thrive in a rapidly changing world.

411 • Nature Conservancy, The, (703) 841-5300 The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.

483 • Northwoods Land Trust, Inc., (715) 479-2490 Protects over 15,000 acres of land and 80 miles of natural shoreline in northern Wisconsin to benefit present and future generations.

418 • Ocean Conservancy, Inc., (202) 429-5609 Informs, inspires, and empowers citizens to take action on behalf of the ocean.

471 • Peregrine Fund, The, (208) 362-3716 Saves eagles, condors, falcons, and other endangered birds through research, breeding, and conservation programs. Helps preserve habitats. Educates children and adults about nature and science.

479 • RENEW Wisconsin, Inc., (608) 255-4044 Promotes renewable energy in Wisconsin through educational programs, advocacy, and policy work.

489 • Riveredge Nature Center, Inc., (262) 375-2715 Our mission is to promote conservation through education that awakens curiosity, engages the body, and explores connections to nature with all generations.

435 • Scenic America, (202) 792-1300 A national nonprofit that helps citizens safeguard the scenic qualities of America’s roadways, countryside, and communities.

462 • Surfrider Foundation, (949) 492-8170 Dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves, and beaches, for all people, through a powerful activist network.

494 • Union of Concerned Scientists, (617) 547-5552 Scientists and activists putting independent science to work to combat global warming, reduce nuclear proliferation, promote renewable energy, and make healthy food available for all.

415 • Wilderness Society, The, (800) 843-9453 Protects wilderness and inspires Americans to care for our wild places, preserving our rich natural legacy for current and future generations.

424 • World Wildlife Fund, Inc., (202) 293-4800 Global conservation organization striving to create harmony between people and nature by combating climate change, protecting endangered species, preserving wild habitats, and transforming market forces.

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700 • Global Impact

(800) 836-4620

Global Impact inspires greater giving to leading international charities through your employee giving campaign. From education and clean water to global health and disaster relief, support the causes that matter most to you. For more than 60 years, we have strengthened international charities, generating nearly $2 billion to address humanitarian needs. Make an impact. Give global.

Any funding designated to our charity partners will be distributed per the donors wishes and goes directly to supporting their impactful missions. Contributions to Global Impact from global champions like you help us achieve our mission to unleash the full potential of the philanthropic sector for our leading international charities.

701 • Accion International, (800) 931-9951 Building a financially inclusive world, with access to economic opportunity for all, by giving everyone the financial tools they need to improve their lives.

785 • Action Against Hunger-USA, (877) 777-1420 Saves the lives of malnourished children. Ensures everyone can access clean water, food, and healthcare. Enables entire communities to be free from hunger.

738 • Alight (fka American Refugee Committee), (800) 875-7060 Works closely with refugees, trafficked persons, and economic migrants to co-design solutions that help them build full and fulfilling lives.

741 • American Jewish World Service (AJWS), (800) 889-7146 Inspired by the Jewish commitment to justice, we work to realize human rights and end poverty in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

746 • American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA), (202) 266-9700 Provides humanitarian assistance and sustainable development to advance the well-being of refugees and other vulnerable communities in the Middle East.

704 • AmeriCares Foundation, Inc., (800) 486-4357 To save lives and improve health for people affected by poverty or disaster so they can reach their full potential.

702 • Amref Health Africa, Inc., (212) 768-2440 Trains local health workers and provides health services to meet the continent’s dynamic and critical health needs.

781 • Ashoka, (703) 600-8334 To advance an Everyone a Changemaker world, where anyone can apply the skills of changemaking to solve complex social problems.

739 • Child Fund International USA, (800) 776-6767 Helps deprived, excluded, and vulnerable children have the capacity to become young adults and leaders who bring lasting and positive change to their communities.

711 • Children International, (800) 888-3089 Aims to create a world without poverty where every child, family, and community is connected, productive, and thriving, through health, education, empowerment, and employment.

706 • Cooperative for Assistance & Relief Everywhere (CARE), (800) 422-7385 Started in 1945 delivering CARE Packages to war-torn Europe. Today, working around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice.

758 • ECHO, Inc., (239) 567-3327 Fights world hunger by helping people help themselves. Provides training, information, and seeds to development workers, small-scale farmers, and missionaries working in 190+ countries.

761 • Episcopal Relief & Development, (855) 312-4325 Facilitates healthier, more fulfilling lives in communities struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster, and disease, in three signature program areas: Women, Children, and Climate.

782 • Feed My Starving Children, (763) 504-2919 Volunteers hand pack scientifically-formulated meals for undernourished children, which are distributed to a network of 75+ partners in 55+ countries.

749 • FINCA International, Inc., (202) 682-1510 Alleviating poverty through lasting solutions that help people build assets, create jobs, and raise their standard of living.

786 • Global Partners in Care, Inc., (574) 367-2455 mproving access to hospice and palliative care worldwide where the need is great and the resources are few through partnerships between U.S. and international organizations.

743 • Health Volunteers Overseas, (202) 296-0928 Envisions a world where all people have access to quality health care, working to achieve health for all by educating and supporting health workers.

742 • Heifer Project International (dba Heifer International), (855) 948-6437 We work globally, along side the communities we serve, providing livestock and training in sustainable agricultural practices to create the most favorable opportunity for families.

713 • Helen Keller International Inc., (646) 472-0349 Partners with communities that are striving to overcome longstanding cycles of poverty. Delivers the essential building blocks of good health, sound nutrition, and clear vision.

775 • HIAS, Inc., (301) 844-7505 For over 100 years, this organization has been helping refugees rebuild their lives in safety and freedom.

792 • Hope For Haiti, Inc., (239) 434-7183 Since 1989, works to improve the quality of life for the Haitian people, particularly children.

783 • Human Rights Watch, Inc., (212) 377-9479 Defends the rights of people worldwide. Scrupulously investigates abuses, expose the facts widely, and pressure those with power to respect rights and secure justice.

770 • Humanity & Inclusion, (301) 891-2138 Co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, we support persons with disabilities and vulnerable groups in situations of conflict, natural disaster, and poverty in 60 countries.

776 • International Medical Corps, (800) 481-4462 Global humanitarian organization saving lives and building selfreliance by providing vital medical care; training healthcare providers; rebuilding clinics; and improving water and sanitation.

751 • International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC), (877) 803-4622 Provides humanitarian and development assistance to people in the U.S., Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East who have been devastated by man-made and natural disasters.

755 • International Relief Teams, (619) 284-7979 Alleviates human suffering by providing health services and other assistance to victims of disaster, poverty, and neglect in the United States and around the world.

777 • MAP International, Inc., (800) 225-8550 Christian organization providing lifechanging medicines and health supplies to people in need. Serving all people, regardless of religion, gender, race, nationality, or ethnic background.

789 • Medical Teams International, (503) 624-1000 A humanitarian relief organization serving internationally and locally with expertise in refugee health care, disaster relief, and mobile dental programs.

772 • Operation Smile, (888) 677-6453 Through our expertise in treating cleft lip and cleft palate, we create solutions that deliver safe surgery to people where it’s needed most.

721 • Oxfam-America, Inc., (800) 776-9326 Global organization working to end the injustice of poverty.

778 • Partners in Health, (857) 880-5600 Their mission is to provide a preferential option for the poor in health care.

710 • Plan International USA, Inc., (800) 556-7918 A global girls’ rights organization working to end gender inequality around the world.

787 • Prison Fellowship International, (703) 481-0000 Has programs in prisons around the world that are proven to restore prisoners, help their families, and integrate them back into the community.

726 • Project HOPE-The People to People Health Foundation, Inc., (844) 349-0188 Operates globally, working side-byside with health care workers and their communities, addressing the greatest public health challenges enabling people to live their best lives.

793 • Rise Against Hunger, (919) 839-0689 Growing a global movement to end hunger by empowering communities, nourishing lives, and responding to emergencies.

727 • Salvation Army World Service Office, (703) 647-4796 With a presence in 132 countries, we work alongside communities to improve the health, economic, educational, and spiritual conditions of the world’s most vulnerable.

779 • SEE International Surgical Eye Expeditions International, (877) 937-3133 Committed to restoring sight and transforming the lives of blind people in developing countries. Since 1974, nearly half a million people have received free eye surgery.

732 • UNICEF USA, (800) 367-5437 Reach children where their needs are greatest, immediately respond when emergencies strike, invest in innovative solutions to the problems, and advocate for their well being.

764 • United Methodist Committee on Relief of Global Ministries, Inc. (UMCOR), (800) 862-4246 Compelled by Christ to be a voice of conscience on behalf of the people called Methodist, works globally to alleviate human suffering and advance hope.

767 • Water for People, (720) 488-4590 An international organization that promotes the development of highquality drinking water and sanitation services, accessible to all, and sustained by strong communities, businesses, and government.

794 • World Bicycle Relief NFP, (312) 664-3836 Through the Power of Bicycles, we envision a world where distance is no longer a barrier to education, health care, and economic opportunity.

791 • World Food Program USA, (202) 627-3939 We build support within the U.S. for the United Nations World Food Programme, the world’s largest humanitarian organization, to feed the world’s hungriest people.

736 • World Relief, (443) 451-1900 A global Christian humanitarian organization fighting against violence, poverty, and injustice to create change that lasts – today, tomorrow, and for generations to come.

760 • World Renew, (800) 552-7972 We join the world’s families to change hunger, poverty, and injustice through locally originated community development programs and internationally coordinated disaster response.

756 • World Vision, Inc., (866) 859-5437 Relief and development organization helping children worldwide by tackling causes of poverty and developing access to clean water, food, health care, education, and economic opportunity.

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900 • Hunger Relief Fund of Wisconsin

(administered by Hunger Task Force, Inc.)
(414) 777-0483

The Hunger Relief Fund of Wisconsin, administered by Hunger Task Force, Inc., is a coalition of the state’s leading anti-hunger agencies that work at the ground level to provide nutritious food to those who need it most: children and the elderly, veterans, and working-poor families. Because Hunger Task Force covers all administrative costs, the Hunger Relief Fund guarantees that every penny of your donation is spent responsibly fighting hunger in Wisconsin. Your gift purchases hot meals, stocks pantry shelves, and fills stomachs with healthy and nutritious food. You may contribute to the Hunger Relief Fund itself or directly to the member organizations listed in this section. Designations to specific organizations go to those charities. Any gift designated to The Hunger Relief Fund of Wisconsin, and all undesignated funds, are shared equally among member charities. No contributions are retained by Hunger Relief Fund.

910 • Center for Veterans Issues Ltd., (414) 342-4284 Serves homeless and low income military veterans. Our supportive housing, job training, and reintegration services have successfully reintegrated thousands of veterans back into society.

904 • Food Pantry of Waukesha County, Inc., (262) 542-5200 Provides food, hope, and dignity to Waukesha County residents in need and advocates to increase awareness of hunger in the community.

911 • House of Peace, Capuchin Community Services, (414) 933-1300 Serving the poor in Milwaukee for 48 years. Services include a food pantry, clothing closet, medical and legal clinics, counseling, and more.

908 • Interchange Inc., (414) 551-2184 Provides nutritious food to the hungry residing in Milwaukee’s downtown and lower east side and to any Milwaukee resident facing a food emergency.

915 • Kinship MKE, Inc., fka Riverwest Food Pantry, (414) 301-1478 Food is an entry point to connect a person to well-being. We come together around food to relieve hunger, improve lives, and grow community vitality.

914 • Open Door Café at Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, (414) 276-9814 Provides a nourishing meal, served in a gracious, comfortable, and safe environment.

912 • St. Ben’s Community Meal, Capuchin Community Services, (414) 271-0135 For 46 years St. Ben’s has served homemade food to Milwaukee’s homeless and working poor; 2,000 individuals join St. Ben’s table six days a week.

916 • St. Joseph Food Program, Inc., (920) 734-9461 Distributes 30 tons of fresh food and non-perishable items weekly to hundreds of families – the elderly, working poor, and unemployed.

906 • St. Vincent de Paul Society of Milwaukee, (414) 462-7837 Serves 130,000 hot meals annually to families, adults, and the homeless; hot showers and clean clothing services also offered.

907 • The Gathering of Southeast Wisconsin Inc., (414) 272-4122 Stops hunger – one person at a time – by serving 95,000 free meals annually to Milwaukee’s hungry and homeless at three inner-city locations.


Statewide Partners in Giving