Charitable Giving

WBTA Charitable Giving Program

The WBTA Charitable Giving program exists to support and give back to foundations and non-profit organizations within the communities we live and work.

In 2015 WBTA, once again, donated a total of $3000 worth of "wish list" items to several non-profit organizations in Milwaukee, Madison and the Fox Valley.  

Thank you to our Charitable Giving committee and volunteers for putting a big smile on a lot of faces around the state !!

2015 WBTA Charitable Donations

Kari Fulkerson and Susan Cusatis represented WBTA at the Milwaukee Meta House - a residential treatment facility specifically designed for women with substance use disorders. $1000 of Amazon "wish list" items included: towels, sheets, highchairs, strollers, swings and diapers.

Robert Zimmerman, Lenore Shanahan, Linda Blanc and Emily Wright presented the Ronald McDonald House of Madison with $1000 worth of wish list items.

 

Jesse Funk, Pat Tracey, Erin Marquez, Michelle Lemmers and Lisa Betow donated $1000 worth of items to the Salvation Army in Appleton, WI.

 

2014 WBTA Charitable Donations




Kari Fulkerson, Susan Cusatis, Barbara Sunquist and Don Draves (not pictured) represented WBTA at the Milwaukee Meta House - a residential treatment facility specifically designed for women with substance use disorders. $1000 of Amazon "wish list" items included: towels, sheets, highchairs, strollers, swings and diapers.




Sue Humphrey, Pat Tracey and Jesse Funk donated $1000 worth of items to the Salvation Army in Appleton, WI. Items included 480 cans of tuna, 120 cans of chicken soup, 280 boxes of mac & cheese, 168 packages of egg noodles and 36 pounds of peanut butter!



Emily Wright, Lenore Shanahan and Robert Zimmerman presented the Ronald McDonald House of Madison with $1000 worth of wish list items.