Causes We Support
Having been blessed with opportunity, it is with great honor that we support some incredibly ambitious causes.
- 2018 donated $7,500 for ‘Hometown Heroes Grand Slam Celebrity Family’
- 2018 helped raise and donated in excess of $100,000 for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Mental Wellness Campaign
- 2017 donated the Hillcrest Model for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin ‘Circle of Care’ and Juvenile Diabetes annual gathering.
- 2016 donated $20,000 in Brookfield Academy’s annual auction
- 2016 organized and managed $75,000 for NetVets which help homeless veterans
Cancer is a disease that affects everyone in our communities. To further the cause of the American Cancer Society, Regency built the 2010 Loretta Thomson Christmas Fantasy House. With decorations, prizes and more than 10,000 square feet of winter wonderland, it was an awe-inspiring sight dedicated to finding a cure.
Regency Builders is teamed with Cell Phones for Soldiers – a non-profit organization that donates prepaid calling cards to troops via the proceeds of recycling unused cell phones. Participants simply brought their old cell phones to Regency Builders, and we took care of the rest.
Circle Of Care –
This annual event, hosted in the home of a current Children’s Circle of Care (CCC) member, is held as a stewardship event for the previous and current year’s CCC member donors and a cultivation event for CCC level prospects. Traditionally held late summer, this event includes a cocktail/hors d’oeuvres reception and a short presentation.
Children’s Hospital Of Wisconsin
Regency had the good fortune to host a benefit fundraiser for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. We are extremely blessed to have such a renowned, state-of-the-art facility right here in our backyard. The gala event was held at the Takton estate, a residential project we had just completed. Guests enjoyed the beautiful late summer evening, toured the 15,000 square foot residences and were especially generous—giving more than $300,000 in all for Children’s Hospital.
Regency also teamed with Marriott Construction to donate a playhouse to the Junior Achievement Organization of SE Wisconsin. Aptly described as a Regency mini-mansion, the authentic design was a replica of Regency’s Victorian Manor. Through our playhouse contribution, Junior Achievement raised $30,000, towards funding technological advances for inner-city youth education.
Home Town Heroes: Family Edition Show
Our communities are our lifelines, and it’s our honor and responsibility to give back. In an effort mirroring Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, we teamed up with other local businesses to remodel the home of a family in need in Grafton, Wisconsin. The project was an overwhelming success with countless smiles from the family and coverage from several news outlets including Dateline NBC.
Regency Builders participated in Positively Pewaukee’s “Get Benched” program by making a donation in the form of a colorful bench designed to represent the city’s love affair with Pewaukee Lake. The program was used as a benefit for the Pewaukee Area Arts Council as well as Positively Pewaukee.
One benefit of working with a family-owned company is that each of our owners is personally involved with your project. We build each home as though it were our own, making sure that structure, weather proofing, and superior construction makes your home stand the test of time.
VetsNet Assistance Facility – Now Helping Area Veterans
VetsNet, located in West Allis, assists area veterans who are struggling with things such as homelessness, financial problems, mental health concerns and crisis counseling. The facility is located in a former car dealership building, donated by the Weiss family of Hartland and with the help of Regency Builders, the space opened on March 1, 2016. The 21,000 sq. ft. facility features offices, a warehouse and a food pantry created by Regency. In addition, Regency installed new LED lighting, leveled uneven concrete flooring and installed a ramp between the office and warehouse to make it wheelchair accessible. Once the project was complete, Regency had donated about $80,000 towards the project.