Johnson Level strives to have a positive impact on communities everywhere. We appreciate the support our customers provide us with and like to give back and help our customers not only on the job site, but off the job site as well.
|Butcher Community High School|
|Community High School provides a nurturing and challenging environment which empowers students to learn, grow and accomplish academic, social and vocational goals and to become life-long learners and productive members of society.|
Catlin's Smiles non-profit charity gives hospitalized children "hopes, laughs, and smiles" throught an arts and crafts program.
|Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is proud to have touched the lives of hundreds of children and their families through our transplant programs. Children who have exhausted or are not expected to survive conventional treatment for congenital heart disease, pediatric heart failure, acute liver failure, chronic liver disease, chronic kidney disease and metabolic disorders, can thrive thanks to kidney transplant, liver transplant, and heart transplant.|
|Cycstic Fibrosis Foundation|
|Since 1955, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation has been the driving force behind the pursuit of a cure. Thanks to the dedication and financial backing of our supporters—patients, families and friends, clinicians, researchers, volunteers, individual donors, corporations and staff, we are making a difference.|
Elverado Booster Club
Elverado Booster Club provides funds for kids to participate in sports that gives them discipline, teamwork skills, setting goals and a role model in life. Also, our sponsor covers the costs for low income families for everything that comes with sports including equipment, insurance, doctors physicals, start up costs, etc.
|Evergreen Elementary consists of over 700 energetic Pre K-5thgrade students. Our goal is to develop life-long learners who will lead environmentally conscious lives. At Evergreen we strive to provide a rigorous academic program and foster environmental stewardship.|
|Habitat for Humanity|
|Through the work of Habitat for Humanity, thousands of low-income families have found new hope in the form of affordable housing. Churches, community groups and others have joined together to successfully tackle a significant social problem – decent housing for all. Today, Habitat for Humanity has built more than 300,000 houses, sheltering more than 1.5 million people in more than 3,000 communities worldwide.|
|Homestead High School Football and Basketball Teams|
|The mission of Homestead High School is to equip all students with transferable skills, promote academic independence, foster social responsibility, and inspire a passion for learning.|
|Horizon Home Care & Hospice|
|Horizon Home Care & Hospice is built on a foundation of care that values people: the people we serve, the people who choose to serve this community by working for us and the people who support our mission through philanthropy and volunteer service.|
|International Union of Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers District Council Of Wisconsin|
|Since its founding in 1865, the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers has actively fought to improve our members’ quality of life – on and off the job – through access to fair wages, good benefits, safe working conditions, and solidarity among members.|
|The Homestead Sports Booster Club|
|The Homestead Sports Booster Club is a non-profit organization that, since its inception in 1980, supports the efforts of the student athlete through the various sports programs and athletic events conducted with the authorization of the Homestead High School and sanctioned through the WIAA. It's bylaws call for the charitable and educational activities that promote, support and preserve the athletic programs, teams, and events that are to be the stimulus of community interest, support and pride in Homestead High School and to promote good sportsmanship, physical fitness, leadership, and excellence of achievement of the participating student athlete.|
|The Lakeshore Chinooks recently joined the Northwoods Baseball League, a summer league for college players. Each season, the Chinooks play 35 home games from late May through mid-August. The Chinooks players, some of the best college players in the country, come from all over the United States. The Chinooks home field is Kapco Park on the campus of Concordia University in Mequon, WI.|
|Mequon-Thiensville Chamber of Commerce|
|The Mequon-Thiensville Chamber of Commerce is an entity built by businesses for businesses. Our organization can assist your company with networking and marketing capabilities, offer training opportunities and provide a forum to help drive the agenda concerning business issues in the Mequon-Thiensville community. Our meetings give you the opportunity to socialize with business and government leaders and have an open exchange of inspiring and generous ideas. Our members include businesses and associations of all sizes and sectors.|
|Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation|
|The Mission of the Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation is to develop community-wide private financial support for the Mequon-Thiensville School District and through grants, to help continued excellence in education. The MTEF's vision is to be the leading organization for providing private financial support for the Mequon-Thiensville School District. MTEF works with other district and community organizations to ensure that funds are raised efficiently and effectively and are made available to the district in a manner that addresses the significant needs of the Mequon-Thiensville School District. The Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation grants will help to maintain and sustain programs at risk to enhance learning experiences in the Mequon-Thiensville School District.|
|Mequon-Thiensville School District Project Lead the Way|
|PLTW ignites imagination and innovation through learning. More than 33,000 Wisconsin students are actively engaged at 250 middle schools and high schools, as part of a national network of 4,000 PLTW schools offering this rigorous, relevant curriculum. Schools recognized with the excellence award have demonstrated a significant investment and long-term commitment to building a STEM literate citizenry capable of living and working in our complex, global economy.
PLTW districts are successfully attracting students and families. Student engagement is also heightened as students learn STEM in an integrated and applied way, building higher order thinking skills that allow them to showcase original student innovations.
|Mountain Tennessee Outreach Project|
|The Mountain T.O.P. is an interdenominational, non-profit Christian Mission affiliated with the Tennessee Conference of the United Methodist Church, dedicated to rural life ministry in the Cumberland Mountains of Tennessee.|
|National Association of Women in Construction|
|The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) originally began as Women in Construction of Fort Worth, Texas. Sixteen women working in the construction industry founded it in 1953. Knowing that women represented only a small fraction of the construction industry, the founders organized NAWIC to create a support network. Women in Construction of Fort Worth was so successful that it gained its national charter in 1955 and became the National Association of Women in Construction. Today, NAWIC provides its members with opportunities for professional development, education, networking, leadership training, public service and more.|
|SoulQuench is the summer youth camp of the Greene County Baptist Association. For the past several years we’ve been sending out mission teams to Guatemala, and recently to Dominican Republic. Our goal is to bring students into a closer walk with God the Father and to teach students how to share Jesus with the world around them using the gifts and talents they’ve been given.|
|Springbrook Sportsman's Club, Inc.|
|The purpose of Springbrook Sportsmen's Club shall be to encourage and stimulate the interest of safe rifle, handgun, and shotgun shooting and hunting. Further, the club exists to encourage the conservation of wildlife and its habitat.|
|St. Joan Anitida High School|
|St. Joan Anitida High School provides young women of Milwaukee a quality education. The girls and graduates of SJA make a difference in their communities, cities and beyond. Johnson Level’s donations have helped SJA High School in providing academic scholarships, financial aid, technological upgrades, special projects, scholastic enrichment and more.|
|Starting Point of Ozaukee|
|For more than 30 years Starting Point of Ozaukee, a non-profit agency, has remained focused on being a comprehensive drug and alcohol resource center by providingPREVENTION, EDUCATION, INTERVENTION, ASSESSMENTS/REFERRALS.
Starting Point of Ozaukee offers exceptionalLEADERSHIPin uniting multiple sectors of the community.
|The United Brotherhood Of Carpenters And Joiners Of America – Local 904|
|The United Brotherhood Of Carpenters is North America’s largest building-trades union, with more than a half-million members in the construction and wood-products industries. It’s missions “recruiting new members and training all members” build on the union’s nearly 130-year history of improving lives through hard word, education and solidarity.|
|Thiensville-Mequon Land O' Lakes Baseball League|
|Land O' Lakes Baseball League is located in southeastern Wisconsin, includes about 40 teams and has played over 90 seasons of baseball.|
|TROSA is an innovative, multi-year residential program that enables substance abusers to be productive, recovering individuals by providing comprehensive treatment, work-based vocational training, education and continuing care.|
|The Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County|
|Volunteering is a necessary aspect of meeting the most pressing needs facing our nation: health, senior care, poverty, disasters, illiteracy, and homelessness. The Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County (VCOC), by promoting volunteerism and community activism, increases the community’s volunteer workforce and directly contributes to the productivity of nonprofit agencies who serve the community.|
|Wisconsin Alliance for Fire Safety's Summer Camp for Burn Injured Youth|
|The Wisconsin Alliance for Fire Safety’s Summer Camp for Burn Injured Youth (sometimes called WAFS Burn Camp) is a statewide effort to provide a summer camping experience for youth 7-17 who have endured significant burn injuries. The purpose of the camp is to provide for the unique needs of burn injured youth, while they are having fun, making friends, sharing feeling and developing self-esteem. We offer this to promote coping and life beyond the burn injury for these children.|
|Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation|
|The Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides assistance to our Wounded EOD Warrior and their familes. We believe that families are an integral part of the healing process and strive to keep them together during the most difficult of times. It is the generosity of others that allows us to offer "compassionate solutions" to our Wounded EOD Warriors and their families.|
Elverado Booster Club
Elverado Booster Club provides funds for kids to participate in sports that gives them discipline, teamwork skills, setting goals and a role model in life. Also, our sponsor covers the costs for low income families for everything that goes along with sports including equipment, insurance, doctors physicals, start up costs, etc.