You and your organization can help make moments matter for military members and their families living in or passing through Wisconsin. While USO Wisconsin programs provide needed services in many areas of the state, there are still several underserved areas for Wisconsin military. Your donations will help supply current and new service locations, organize additional programs, and hire staff to support those underserved areas.

Your organization can support USO Wisconsin through donations, fundraising, sponsorships, grants, in-kind giving, or the Combined Federal Giving Campaign (a federal and postal employee giving program). Your generosity directly benefits Wisconsin military and their family members and those passing through Wisconsin while on duty or returning from duty. You can be sure programs and funding are continually evaluated to ensure funds are distributed efficiently to provide the most direct benefit to those military members.

CFC Donations

CFC is the Combined Federal Campaign program providing federal employees an efficient way to support USO Wisconsin. Show your support for our troops by participating in the CFC program at your federal workplace today and designating USO Wisconsin as your donation recipient.

Your donations will help USO Wisconsin provide critical support to those who need us most, including forward-deployed troops, military families, and families of the fallen. Let them know they are not forgotten.

Donate Directly

Make a tax-deductible donation to help keep service members connected to family, home and country Thank military for the sacrifices they make every day. Your donations make it possible for the USO to support service members and their families. From the moment they join, through their assignments and deployments, and as they transition back to their communities, your donation ensures the USO is always by their side.


Fundraisers are an important part of USO Wisconsin continuing to provide quality programs to local military. Not only do the events raise funds, but service members participate in the events providing connections, community, and moments that matter during and after their time of service.

You can design your own fundraiser to help support local military through USO Wisconsin. Businesses have hosted barbeque competitions, “fill up the boot” drives, matching donation challenges, and more. All ideas are welcome and we’re happy to help support them. Contact USO Wisconsin and put your ideas into action.

September 13, 2019

Shooting Sports Fundraiser

Highlands Sportsmen’s Club
This shooting sports fundraiser caters to sportsmen and sportswomen. This event promises good food, inventive games, and camaraderie. Register

October 12, 2019

USO Wisconsin Gala Fundraiser

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
This formal event is an annual celebration that honors Wisconsin service members from each branch of the military. It includes a silent auction to raise funds for USO Wisconsin services. Registration Coming Soon!

July 15, 2019

Golf Fundraiser

Ironwood Golf Course
USO Wisconsin hosts this annual golf outing as a “Salute to the Troops.” Attend as a foursome, sponsor a military foursome, or take advantage of one of the expansive sponsorship options.  Register

Gifts In-Kind

In-kind donations of products and services are vital to USO Wisconsin’s efforts in making moments matter for troops and their families. Individuals and companies provide valuable resources which helps support important programs and center operations. USO Wisconsin operates four locations: General Mitchell Intl. Airport; Fort McCoy near Tomah, WI; MEPS (Military Entrance Processing Station), Milwaukee; and our business office located at the War Memorial Center. The following is a list of items needed to help support the 30,000 plus service members who visit our four locations. These donations also help support deployments, homecomings, and family events. To make an in-kind donation, contact USO Wisconsin.

USO Center Support

Collect disposable items military and their families use when visiting a USO center.

  • Bottled water
  • Creamer
  • Tea
  • Sugar
  • Hot chocolate
  • Snacks (bagged single serving)
  • Cookies
  • Soda (12 oz. cans)
  • Flavored Tea
  • Hot/cold beverage cups
  • Gallon size Ziploc bags
  • Quart size Ziploc bags
  • AA batteries
  • Diapers


Provide a service to help offset the cost of an event, marketing or other areas.

  • Printing of marketing materials throughout the year
  • Catering
  • Massages
  • Graphic Design
  • Advertising

Large Items

These items are needed to bring USO mobile services to more areas of Wisconsin.

  • Tablets
  • Smartphones
  • Laptops
  • Xbox systems
  • Xbox games
  • Large tent
  • Large upright freezer
  • Passenger van
  • Large trailer
  • Bouncy house
  • Nesco cookers
  • Buffet servers
  • Cambro water storage for hot beverages
  • Folding tables
  • Large coolers for beverage storage
  • Industrial Coffee Pot

Hero Sponsors

These organizations have generously supported the mission of USO Wisconsin through their generous donations and services. Please show your thanks for their generosity by including them in your next product or service purchase decision.

Runzheimer Logo (PRNewsFoto/Runzheimer)

Patriot Sponsors

Honor Sponsors

Freedom Sponsors

Janice and Raymond Perry Community Fund. Inc.

Epikos Church

Fidelity Charitable


Donco Electrical Construction LLC

Cyganiak Planning Inc.

The Mr. And Mrs Thomas J. Campbell Foundation

Zingel & Braun Insurance Agency

Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Steven and Wendy Lewensohn Fund

Robert W. Baird and Co. Incorporated

Associated Bank

VFW 5158 Marshal-Johnson

Telecom Pioneers Wisconsin Chapter 44

American Legion 71 Pewaukee

American Legion Melvin Wester Belgium Memorial Post 412

Delta Defense LLC

Amvets 41

Catcon, LLC

Wisconsin Utility Exposure Inc.

What the USO of Wisconsin has done for the morale of my family and the memories we have made are priceless. We are and will always be eternally grateful for what you have done for us while I have been stationed here.


The USO of WI is an amazing organization that has also allowed me the opportunity to share some of the benefits of my military service with the people that deserve it the most; my friends and family.


I just want to thank the USO and the Brewers for the warm welcome and hospitality. It certainly was an honor to throw out the first pitch! It will be a day that I will never forget. Words cannot really describe what the USO does for the military and their families. It definitely makes the a difference in the life of a soldier!


We thank you for your efforts on this and truly appreciate the support. You guys provide such a wonderful service, and I hope you know how much everyone that wears the uniforms appreciates it.

Joe (Navy)

I can’t thank you enough for the opportunity and for inviting us to the Brett Favre dinner. There is honestly no bigger Packer fan than I and Brett came straight to our table, shook our hands and I actually got to chat with the man himself! Such an amazing experience!

Robert (128 ARW Emergency Actions Controller)

Attending a Brewers game means so much. It means we all can do something together, with our families, and create memories. All of us soldiers can be united in our cheering for the home team as we are all Brewers fans regardless of where we call home.

Marikay (CPT, AG)

I want to and can not thank the USO of Wisconsin enough for your continued support to the U.S. Coast Guard in Milwaukee. I retired in 2015 and I have always told our new people that report to Sector Lake Michigan to take advantage of the un-wavering support of your office.

Matthew (USCG)

Thank you for being available to those who serve our country, to those who have served, and to those of us who love them!

Charis (Attendee at Airport Event)

Camp Hometown Heroes 2015 was a great success. With your help, we provided this life changing opportunity to 140 campers from 27 states this year. Thank you for supporting our mission.

Neil, Paula, Deb

Great to see a place where I know I’m welcomed. It’s never easy leaving home, but even harder when you sit alone.

Airman First Class