Community Involvement

Hellenbrand Water Center recognizes that success isn’t measured by revenues alone. We’re committed to the South Central Wisconsin community and support a variety of causes including:
 

Project Home

Hellenbrand Water Center joined other area businesses and volunteers to provide much needed home repairs to low-income homeowners in Dane County. Hellenbrand Water Center provided three water softener systems for Hammer with a Heart project homes located on the east side of Madison, the west side of Madison and in the Town of Oregon. In 2016 Project Home's Hammer with a Heart event reached its 15th anniversary and completed major home repairs for five area homeowners. To date, Project Home volunteers, staff and sponsors have repaired 111 Dane County homes. To learn more about Project Home, please visit their website at www.projecthomewi.org.
 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dane County

Hellenbrand Water Center is a dedicated sponsor and has committed financial support to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dane County to ensure children get the opportunities and resources that will help them thrive in life. Brothers Big Sisters of Dane County currently serves 650 children and their families from all parts of Dane County, empowering children to achieve their full potential through the guidance and support of caring adult mentors. To learn more about their efforts, visit their website at www.bbbs.org/danecounty.


United Way of Dane County

Hellenbrand Water Center and our employees are committed to the success of our community. Hellenbrand Water supports the United Way of Dane County in their movement to transform Dane County into the strongest, best and brightest we can be through their LIVE UNITED movement. To learn more about United Way of Dane County visit their website at www.unitedwaydanecounty.org.


Relay for Life

Hellenbrand Water Center and our employees have joined the fight against cancer. Cancer touches so many people not only in our community but in Dane County and our country. We believe in education for early detection and in support for those requiring treatment. We celebrate the more than 11 million Americans who have survived cancer, and support Relay for Life’s efforts to help people get well and stay well. To learn more about Relay for Life visit their website at www.cancer.org.