Supported Charities

On this page you will find a listing of charities the W.R. and Floy A. Sauey Family Foundation has donated to.

  • Al. Ringling Theatre & A.R.T. Friends (Baraboo, WI)

    A historical theatre started in the 1850’s and the organization which helps to raise funds for theatre restoration.

  • Baraboo School District (Baraboo, WI)

    To add bleachers and press box to the west side of their football/track field, Flambeau Field.

  • Hope House of South Central Wisconsin (Baraboo, WI)

    Provides shelter, advocacy, information, and education to individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.

  • Kids’ Ranch (Rock Springs, WI)

    Provides children with help in literacy, one-on-one mentoring/tutoring for early intervention/prevention.

  • Greater Sauk County Community Foundation (Baraboo, WI)

    To stimulate the establishment of endowments to serve the future needs of our area and to address those needs by providing leadership resources.

  • Ferst Readers (Madison, GA)

    A preschool literacy program preparing children for reading and learning success.

  • WomenSafe, Inc. (Chardon, OH)

    Provides emergency shelter and support services to survivors of domestic violence throughout Northeast Ohio.

  • People Helping People (PHP) of South Central Wisconsin (Baraboo, WI)

    Community-building organization applying the time and talents of its members directly towards needs within the local community.

  • Boys & Girls Club of Baraboo/Sauk County (Baraboo, WI)

    Boys & Girls Club of Reedsburg (Reedsburg, WI)

    To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

  • Reedsburg Area Helping Hands, Inc. (Reedsburg, WI)

    A non-profit organization serving children in need in the Reedsburg School District.

    RAHH Brochure

  • International Crane Foundation (Baraboo, WI)

    Working worldwide to conserve cranes and the wetland/grassland ecosystems on which they depend.

  • Circus World Museum (Baraboo, WI)

    Museum & big top show dedicated to Ringling Bros. Circus which was founded in 1884 in Baraboo.

  • Halifax Regional Medical Center (Roanoke Rapids, NC)

    Donation in support of Halifax Regional’s initiative to reduce breast cancer in their community.

  • Turning Point (Columbus, IN)

    Focused on stopping domestic violence.

  • Safe Harbor Homeless Shelter (Reedsburg, WI)

    Provides temporary shelter for homeless women with children who want to become independent and productive members of their communities.

  • Camp Ho Mita Koda (Cleveland, OH)

    Dedicated to help children with diabetes enjoy a camp experience.

  • Demelza Hospice Care for Children (Ramsgate, Kent UK)

    Providing a large range of hospice and care services to children, young people and their families.

  • Foundation for Youth of Bartholomew County (Columbus, IN)

    Striving to “Inspire and Enable Our Youth, Our Community”.

  • Morgan County Boys & Girls Club (Mooresville, IN)

    To empower all youth, especially those who need us most, to grow to their full potential to be responsible, caring, and productive citizens.

  • Boys & Girls Club of Lake and Sumter Counties (Lady Lake, FL)

    Helping to inspire hope and opportunity in those who need it most – at-risk children in our local community

  • Jerry Colangelo Branch, Metro-Phoenix Boys & Girls Club (Phoenix, AZ)

    Empowering young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible members of the community.

  • Circle of Love Center, Inc. (Greensboro, GA)

    Providing direct and support services to victims and their children through residential (shelter) and non-residential services.

  • Chrysalis Shelter (Phoenix, AZ)

    Leading the community to broad-based solutions to prevent domestic abuse.

  • Haven of Lake and Sumter Counties, Inc. (Leesburg, FL)

    To provide victims of domestic violence and sexual assault with alternatives to abuse or life-threatening situations, and empowerment to establish a violence-free life.

  • Oasis Domestic Abuse Service (Margate, Kent, UK)

    To develop innovative responses to domestic abuse that increases safety for victims, rebuilds lives and creates lasting change

  • B.R.E.A.THE.

    Baraboo River Equine-Assisted Therapies, Inc. (Baraboo, WI)

    To provide equine-assisted activities and therapies to children and adults with special needs while supporting the physical, mental, and emotional health of each individual in their interaction with horses and staff.

  • Bartholomew County Horizon House (Columbus, IN)

    Provides shelter to families that are homeless.

  • UW Platteville

    UW Platteville EMS Senior Design Projects (Platteville, WI)

    A program for Senior Design Projects at The UW-Platteville College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science providing students with hands-on, practical experiences to prepare them for the workforce by offering industry-sponsored student projects.

  • Community Christian School of Baraboo (Baraboo, WI)

    Non-denominational Christian school teaching preschool through 12th grade, providing a safe, challenging, classical, Christ-centered educational program.

  • Sauk County Development Corp (Baraboo, WI)

    To promote and retain the diverse economic vitality of Sauk County and its individual communities.

  • SSM Health

    St. Clare’s Cardiac Rehab Unit (Baraboo, WI)

    Cardiac rehab unit located at St. Clare’s Hospital in Baraboo.

  • Habitat for Humanity of Wisconsin River Area (Baraboo, WI)

    Working to create decent, affordable housing in partnership with those in need, and to make shelter a matter of conscience with people everywhere.

  • North Freedom Elementary School Literacy Program (North Freedom, WI)

    Literacy program offered to students at North Freedom Elementary.

  • Baraboo Public Library (Baraboo, WI)

    Public library serving the Baraboo community since 1903.

  • United Way of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas, NV)

    Part of a worldwide movement that began over 125 years ago to create communities where all children and families can succeed.

  • UW Carbone Cancer Center (Madison, WI)

    Center committed to leading-edge research to provide better treatment and cures for cancer.

  • Cal Center Presents

    CAL Center Presents (Reedsburg, WI)

    A non-profit organization dedicated to bringing world-class entertainment to the CAL Center (A center intended for the advancement of educational and cultural experiences and artistic expression).

  • Lily’s Fund (Madison, WI)

    A volunteer-lead nonprofit organization celebrating and supporting epilepsy research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

  • Torchlight Youth Mentoring Alliance (Painesville, OH)

    To foster the development of youth to reach their highest potential as responsible, adaptable, caring adults.

  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Reserve (Akron, OH)

    To inspire and enable all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

  • UW Platteville Foundation (Platteville, WI)

    Gifts to the university through the UW-Platteville Foundation provide scholarships, improve academic programs, support capital building projects and enrich campus-life experiences for students.

  • Agrace Foundation (Madison, WI)

    A nonprofit hospice and palliative care organization founded in 1978 serving patients in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. People trust us to care for them in very difficult times—while they are facing a serious illness or the end of life.

  • SAFEHOME (Overland Park, KS)

    Providing a healing atmosphere where survivors of domestic violence can gain inner strength, build self-esteem, explore options, and establish a life free of violence.

  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City – Olathe Unit (Olathe, KS)

    Promoting the development of self-esteem, values, and skills for boys and girls, ages 5-18, with special emphasis on youth from disadvantaged circumstances.

  • Lowell Haugen Scholarship Fund (Baraboo, WI)

    Scholarship in honor of Lowell Haugen, a retired science teacher from Baraboo who served on the foundation scholarship committee for many years.

  • Battered Women Shelter (Medina, OH)

    To lead the community in the prevention of domestic abuse by providing emergency shelter, advocacy and education throughout Summit and Medina County, all in an effort to break the cycle of abuse and help promote peace in every family.

  • Reedsburg Wrestling Club (Reedsburg, WI)

    Youth wrestling club.

  • Baraboo Youth Hockey Association (Baraboo, WI)

    Youth hockey program.

  • Additional Charities

    Future Business Leaders of America – Baraboo High School Chapter (Baraboo, WI), Sauk County Giving Tree (Baraboo, WI), Galatia Baptist Church (Seaboard, NC), Facebook Seminar Series for small businesses (areas of Baraboo/Reedsburg, WI), Donations to Nordic Group of Companies associates who were flood victims in Wisconsin and Indiana, and contributions to associates with life threatening illness.