Other Ways to Donate
- Workplace Giving
- Donate your cell phone
- Society Clubs
- Recycle for Cash
- Community Shares
- Community Events/Fundraisers
Many employers sponsor annual workplace giving campaigns through which employees can elect to make payroll deductions to selected charities. Others will make a gift in honor of an employee's volunteer service hours. There are many ways local businesses support the Wisconsin Humane Society. Ask your HR department if your company participates in these programs and if not, encourage your employer to give back through workplace giving. If you have any questions, please contact Billy Zakrzewski. Thank you for your support!
Many generous employers in the Milwaukee area encourage charitable contributions by matching your gift dollar for dollar. Companies such as Harley Davidson, Assurant Health, Johnson Controls and many others participate in matching gifts programs and make a positive impact in our community. Check with your company to find out if they offer this great opportunity!
Company Grants for Volunteer Service
Some employers will give grants to organizations where their employees volunteer. Ask your Human Resources department if this is available at your company and how you can take advantage of this opportunity to help us even more.
Does your company participate in United Way or Community Shares?
If your employer participates in a United Way or Community Shares workplace giving campaign, you can support Wisconsin Humane Society through simple payroll deduction! WHS is proud to be a Community Shares Member Organization, and though we are not listed as a United Way agency, you may select “Donors Choice” and designate your dollars by writing in “Wisconsin Humane Society” on your pledge form.
Work For a Government Agency?
If so, you may be able to give to WHS through payroll deduction in your Combined Giving Campaign. Encourage your co-workers to designate their pledge to WHS, too - oftentimes, the biggest reason people don’t give is that they aren’t asked. Find our organization information easily by looking under the “Community Shares” umbrella in the pledge brochure. Thank you!
Corporate Group Volunteer Opportunities
We are thankful for the many generous inquiries we receive from local businesses interested in volunteering. If your organization is interested in working with us, please review information about our corporate volunteering program here. Once your team has reviewed the information and are interested in moving forward, please fill out this survey to get started. A staff member will be in touch with you regarding what opportunities are currently available. Your company’s passion is critical to the work we do in the community and we are thankful for groups like yours who make our life-saving work possible!Back To Top
Donate your cell phone!
Wondering what to do with your old cell phone?
Don’t throw it away! Your phone can help animals at the shelter. The Wisconsin Humane Society participates in a cell phone recycling program. This program helps protect the environment by keeping these recyclable items out of landfills, while at the same time bringing in funds to help animals in our community.Back To Top
Join our Society Clubs
We invite you to join one of our society clubs today and help us build a better tomorrow for animals.
When making an annual gift of $500 or more, you become a member of an esteemed group of people that is changing our community for the better. Your membership will provide rewarding benefits for you and a solid foundation for animals.
Benefits of joining include invitations to exclusive WHS events, sneak peeks at the latest WHS news and special opportunities, regular updates, and more.
When you have decided which society club level is right for you, simply click here to make your donation over the web. Our SECURE, online donation form makes it easy to offer your support right now. Club membership is renewed annually and is based upon your total annual gifts.
|Henry Bergh Club
|Director’s Circle $25,000 +
Recycle for cash in Milwaukee and Door County!
Are you interested in helping to save animals and the environment at the same time?
You would be amazed at the things you have laying around the home, basement, and garage that can be recycled for cash! The Wisconsin Humane Society and Action Recyclers have teamed up to give you the chance to donate your scrap metal and help animals at the same time. Here is the process for Milwaukee donations:
- Collect any unwanted items and bring them to Action Recyclers. Please do not bring these prohibited items.
- When you drop off your items, inform Action Recyclers that you want your donation to go towards the Wisconsin Humane Society.
- Upon the completion of the donation, you will retrieve your voucher indicating the value and the type of item(s). This voucher may be kept for your personal records.
Drop off your items at:
5329 W. State Street
Cans for cash in Door County!
In the Door County community, residents can support WHS by bringing their cans to Metals America in Sturgeon Bay! Effective November 1, 2020, acceptable materials need to be brought directly to Metals America located at 943 S. Duluth Avenue. There will no longer be a drop off bin on-site at the Door County Campus. Make sure to say your cans are to support the animals at WHS! Other materials that are also accepted include aluminum siding, brass, car batteries, cast iron, clean aluminum, copper, lead, metal, stainless steel, steel, and tin!Back To Top
The Wisconsin Humane Society is part of a workplace giving organization called Community Shares of Greater Milwaukee. Community Shares of Greater Milwaukee (formerly ACHOICE) is Milwaukee’s only workplace giving federation with an emphasis on Social Change, Economic Justice and Environmental Awareness – with its focus completely on conditions in metropolitan Milwaukee. Founded in 1981, its mission is to build a community that ensures social equity and a healthy environment by connecting donors with issues they are passionate about. Its agencies address a range of issues including: animal welfare, crime and drug abuse, racism, sexism, homophobia, unemployment, the environment, urban violence, homelessness, civil liberties, housing, voter education, child abuse, needs of the elderly and the education of our children.
For more information about how your company can participate in Community Shares, email or call our development department at (414) 431-6128.Back To Top
Are you looking to host an event or fundraiser benefiting WHS? If so, please visit our Community Events/Fundaisers page. If you're looking for tips or ideas, or how to get listed among other fundraisers on our website, check it out! Thank you so much for your generosity and compassion.Back To Top