Thanks to all our sponsors who are making this one of our most successful Golf Outing. Special kudos for PyraMax Bank for your ten years as our event’s Presenting Sponsor! We are grateful for your loyalty, support and generosity!

Presented through the generosity of Pyramax Bank, Neighborhood House ‘s Golf Outing is hosted by WISN-TV 12’s Chief Meteorologist, Mark Baden. Hall imports returns the event as our Hole in One Sponsor! Funds support  the programs for our children and families. Neighborhood House Open golfers, sponsors and silent auction donors are a special part of the Neighborhood House family. We are grateful to them all.

Not a golfer? You may still support NH by bidding on our auction or donating!  If you wish help NH by bidding on our online Silent Auction or donating PLEASE CLICK Here

Thanks to our 18th Annual Golf Outing Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

 

Hole-in-One Sponsor

Lunch and Dinner Sponsors

 

Corporate Sponsors

Advantage+ Financing

Anthem

Joe Armeli

Baker Tilly

Bank Five Nine

Joel Brennan

Infinity Benefits Solutions

Inpro

Ixonia Bank

Kathryn A. Kuhn

Just Mechanical

Marsh & McLennan Agency

Mayville Engineering Company

Quorum Architects

South East Asian Literacy Services

Paladin Technologies

The Ramstack Group

Matt Sylla

Westbury Bank

WIPFLI

Terry Young



Hole Sponsors 

Roman Draba, Great Midwest Bank, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates                                                  Merrill Lynch, Quorum Architects, Stifel Investments

                                               Refreshment Sponsors                                                           Stephanie & Jay Radtke, Jeff Martinka

         

When you sponsor the Neighborhood House Open,

…you strengthen families.
Neighborhood House’s  top-rated child care, Early Head Start, and
multi-faceted after-school programs help parents and children thrive –
regardless  of  income.

…you open doors through education.
Our preschool, youth and outdoor education programs help kids develop their innate curiosity and critical thinking abilities, along with the social and academic skills they need to succeed. Parents learn ways to be their child’s first teacher, teens learn to set goals and plan for their futures, and refugees learn essential language and life skills.

…you build community.
Neighborhood House opens doors for people of all ages to connect and invest in the greater community through service opportunities, internships, community gardening, forums for dialogue with neighbors and law enforcement, nature outings, monthly family-friendly events, and more. Neighborhoods improve when people develop a sense of ownership in their environment.