We encourage you to take a few moments to explore this page and learn more about the funds that support the Wisconsin Union.
Please note that all giving to the Wisconsin Union is managed through University of Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association. All giving will open in a new window.
This fund is used to support high quality concert performances in the Wisconsin Union Theater.
Provides support for Wisconsin Hoofers and miscellaneous Hoofer related programs and activities.
The Horace and Marian Wilkie Lecture Fund exists to benefit the teaching, research, and public service at the University of Wisconsin-Madison through a lectureship named the Wilkie Forum at the Wisconsin Union.
The purpose of this endowed fund is to provide annual flexible awards to WUD Officers, Directors and six Hoofer Club Presidents, in recognition of their dedicated hours of work serving as student leaders of the Wisconsin Union.
Provides support for student leadership conferences and retreats, campus wide programs, and leadership lecture series that enable students to learn and practice ethical decision-making.
Provides discretionary support for the greatest needs of the Wisconsin Union, as determined by the Union Director.
The Wisconsin Union Association is committed to being stewards of the Union’s heritage and ideals while encouraging positive change, innovation, growth, and financial support in a way that is responsive to the Union and its members: students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends.
This fund supports physical improvements, technology enhancements, furnishings, new construction, and renovation of Wisconsin Union facilities.
To support the Union's commitment to its life members and the continued excellence in programming and services at the Wisconsin Union.
The Theater program endowment supports Theater season events by allowing us to offer reduced ticket prices for UW-Madison students while maintaining the high quality of our programming.
This fund will support a broad range of priorities within the WUN Theater, including: high quality and diverse performances, subsidized student tickets, ability for students to produce in theater spaces, equipment upgrades, and professional development.