A youth development organization that empowers youth to reach their full potential. Local activities include livestock, horses, fair involvement and much more. There are several 4-H Clubs in Mukwonago. You can donate to those individual groups, to Waukesha County
Waukesha County 4-H:
Offers support for people having difficulty feeding or caring for their pet(s). Services include food share, financial assistance with spay/neuter, and educational programs.
211 N. Rochester St. No. 3
Bischon & Small
Takes in Bischon and other small dog breeds that need to be re-homed for various reasons.
828 Perkins Dr. Ste 200
Cray Quilters Guild
Tries to enrich the love of quilting by sharing quilting experiences and promoting it as an art form and part of American history.
Friends of the Mukwonago
Helps to raise funds and plan
300 Washington Ave.
Rescue of Wisconsin
Tries to assure the humane treatment of Golden Retrievers and to accept unwanted Golden Retrievers, care for them medically, spay/neuter and rehabilitate them and place them in caring homes.
PO Box 84
Goal of is to financially assist children of the world. Most funds donated get dispersed
PO Box 111
Knights of Columbus
Assist with financial aid to members and their families.
Council Number 7048
The foundation is a public charity operated independently
385 County Road NN East
The fund is designed to help collect money to help underinsured or uninsured community residents during health emergencies.
S90 W31299 Wigwam Dr.
Mukwonago Food Pantry
Provides food and support to individuals and their
325 Eagle Lake Ave.
A house museum based and furnished post-Civil War and a second museum houses an extensive collection of Native American Artifacts.
103 Main St, PO Box 392
An individualized treatment approach offered to children, adolescents and families. The circle provides continuity of card, treatment intensity according to needs and seamless from service to service.
W247 S10395 Center Dr
One of America's oldest independent year 'round YMCA
S110 W30240 YMCA Camp Rd.
Seniors on the Go
Providing transportation services to the ambulatory senior citizens of the Town & Village of Mukwonago
400 Bayview Rd, Suite B
The Becky Werner
This foundation is to help increase the awareness and dangers of meningitis and methods of prevention. This is done through
Bob and Dee Werner
The American Legion is a patriotic veteran’s organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. The local post is 375. You can contact the state of WI American Legion or the
Local Post 75:
It provides treatment and care for injured, orphaned, diseased, and other types of wildlife. Also conducts educational programs
W340 S2383 Hwy C
Raising money to build a YMCA in Mukwonago.
PO Box 364