The past few years have been hard on communities and the people who live in them.

At American Transmission Co., we believe it’s important that we all come together—to support those in our community who need help. It’s an effort we call “Positive Energy.”

We’re also counting on generous people like you to provide a little positive energy of your own. That’s why, along with News Talk 1130, ATC has created a list of charitable organizations that need people power to carry out their missions.

Let’s all be the power that brightens the lives across our community— with some Positive Energy!

To submit your organization, please fill out this form.


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Organization Name Contact Information Volunteer Opportunities
Eras Senior Network 2607 N Grandview Blvd, Suite 150
Waukesha, WI 53188
(262) 549-3348 Waukesha County Services
(414) 488-6500 Milwaukee County Services
Outdoor yard projects for seniors in fall and spring (perfect for 2-3 people at a time)
Picking up and delivering food
Giving rides for essential healthcare appointments
Friendly Phone Calls to seniors
American Red Cross of Wisconsin Southeast Chapter
2600 West Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (414)-342-8680
Toll-free: 800-236-8680
Blood Donation Center 2220 Silvernail Road
Pewaukee, WI 53072
Phone: 414-342-8680
Toll-free: 800-236-8680
Habitat for Humanity of Waukesha County 2020 Springdale Rd.
Waukesha, WI 53186
You don't have to swing a hammer to help your community! We have ongoing opportunities at our construction sites and at our ReStore, but we also need help year-round with special events, landscaping, cleaning, and office projects.
New Berlin Lions Club Foundation Eric Young
New Berlin Lions Club
State Fair Corn Roast: Every year for the past 60+ years, the New Berlin Lions Club has run the Wisconsin State Fair Corn Roast, donating all profits to charities and youth organizations needing money to continue their work. This year we are having difficulties finding the 1100 volunteers we use each year to sell corn. This is a fun event that gets you admission in, transportation in and out, a commemorative t-shirt, lunch or dinner, and a donation in your name to a charity of your choosing. Shifts are 5-6 hours. In addition, your work helps us raise money for countless charities in our community which focus on blindness, diabetes, hearing, hunger, environment, housing, childhood cancer, etc. Each year we raise over $100,000 that goes back to help over 35 charities helping people in our communities. We are desperate for volunteers and ask for your help! Thank you.
Women and Girls Fund of Waukesha County 2727 N. Grandview Blvd Suite 301
Waukesha, WI 53188
We currently have options on our Marketing Committee, Fund Development and Women of Distinction luncheon teams.
The Marketing Committee plans and implements strategies for attracting support to the Women and Girls Fund. This includes promotional materials, events and media relations. Committee members lend expertise and advice to staff for planning and implementation of activities.
The Fund Development Committee plans, implements and monitors fundraising activity. This includes identifying potential donors, developing plans to cultivate their interest, soliciting prospects using various methods, and reviewing activity and results. The committee works closely with the marketing committee to build awareness of the Fund
The Women of Distinction Event Committee is responsible for the successful facilitation of the annual event. It is comprised of various subcommittee Chairs and Vice-Chairs to ensure fundraising and grant award goals are met, and further ensures positive positioning of the Women and Girls Fund to the community
Golden Retriever Rescue of Wisconsin Barb Gengler
Foster homes, transport, meet & greets, fundraisers



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