LIST: 9 Ways to Show Your Support to the Waukesha Community

Make a donation, give blood or get a Butter Burger. Here are some ways to support the Waukesha community

MAGIC OF LIGHTS

The Milwaukee Brewers will launch their inaugural Magic of Lights holiday lights drive-thru display on Wednesday. The Brewers Community Foundation will donate $10 to the United for Waukesha Community Fund, matched by American Family Insurance and Magic of Lights, up to $10,000, for every car that goes through the display Wednesday through Friday this week. In addition, American Family Insurance is also making a direct contribution of $50,000 to the United for Waukesha Community Fund.

THE COOP FUNDRAISER

The Coop restaurant (350 Delafield St., Waukesha) will donate all business proceeds on Friday to the Waukesha County Community Foundation through its Waukesha Strong fundraiser.

CULVER’S SUPPORTING WAUKESHA XTREME DANCE TEAM

Culver’s (2301 Silvernail Rd., Pewaukee) will donate 50% of its profits from business on Wednesday to members of the Waukesha Xtreme Dance Team and their families. A GoFundMe effort has also been established for the team. Go to: https://gofund.me/caac810c

FUNDS FOR WAUKESHA SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL BAND PROGRAM

A GoFundMe has been established to support the Waukesha South High School Band. Go to: https://gofund.me/714c2e1e 

GOFUNDME HUB

Visit the hub created by GoFundMe that shows vetted fundraisers tied to the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy. Click here

STENY’S TAVERN CONTRIBUTIONS

Steny’s Tavern in Walker’s Point in Milwaukee will donate $5 from each sale Wednesday through Sunday of Steny’s clothing, Bloody Mary growlers and every $25 spent on gift cards to the United for Waukesha Community Fund.

CREAM CITY CONCEPTS FUNDRAISER 

Cream City Concepts will be hosting a fundraiser on Sunday at their Oak Barrel Public House location in downtown Milwaukee from 3 p.m.-6 p.m. with 100% of the proceeds going to help those affected by the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy. 

DONATE BLOOD

Contact your local blood bank to see how you can help. Click here

 

 

MAGIC OF LIGHTS

The Milwaukee Brewers will launch their inaugural Magic of Lights holiday lights drive-thru display on Wednesday. The Brewers Community Foundation will donate $10 to the United for Waukesha Community Fund, matched by American Family Insurance and Magic of Lights, up to $10,000, for every car that goes through the display Wednesday through Friday this week. In addition, American Family Insurance is also making a direct contribution of $50,000 to the United for Waukesha Community Fund.

THE COOP FUNDRAISER

The Coop restaurant (350 Delafield St., Waukesha) will donate all business proceeds on Friday to the Waukesha County Community Foundation through its Waukesha Strong fundraiser.

CULVER’S SUPPORTING WAUKESHA XTREME DANCE TEAM

All three Culver’s locations in the Waukesha/Pewaukee area will donate 50% of their profits from business on Wednesday to members of the Waukesha Xtreme Dance Team and their families. A GoFundMe effort has also been established for the team. Go to: https://gofund.me/caac810c

FUNDS FOR WAUKESHA SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL BAND PROGRAM

A GoFundMe has been established to support the Waukesha South High School Band. Go to: https://gofund.me/714c2e1e 

GOFUNDME HUB

Visit the hub created by GoFundMe that shows vetted fundraisers tied to the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy. Click here

STENY’S TAVERN CONTRIBUTIONS

Steny’s Tavern in Walker’s Point in Milwaukee will donate $5 from each sale Wednesday through Sunday of Steny’s clothing, Bloody Mary growlers and every $25 spent on gift cards to the United for Waukesha Community Fund.

CREAM CITY CONCEPTS FUNDRAISER 

Cream City Concepts will be hosting a fundraiser on Sunday at their Oak Barrel Public House location in downtown Milwaukee from 3 p.m.-6 p.m. with 100% of the proceeds going to help those affected by the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy. 

DONATE BLOOD

Contact your local blood bank to see how you can help. Click here

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Rich Rovito is a freelance writer for Milwaukee Magazine.