Focus Areas

Agriculture Youth
United Cooperative is proud to support the future of the industry. Whether it is a 4-H chapter or a student continuing their education, United Cooperative understands that young farmers and Agri-Business professionals are our future.
See our Scholarship page for more info.

Rural Health & Safety
Giving back to the community is also giving back to our Patrons. By donating to community fire departments, police forces, or EMS responders, United Cooperative wants to do our part to help local heroes keep our communities safe.

Community Food Pantry/Resource
With many Members being Farmers, United Cooperative knows the importance of nutrition and we want to help our local food pantries with our annual donation to various organizations selected each year.


United Cooperative believes that strong communities are necessary for the growth and development of our farmer-owned business. Each year we set aside resources for community giving in the areas where our member-owners and customers live. Our focus is in building the next generation of farmers and leaders for the workforce that will be needed to keep our organization.

Please see the Application for more information.

We're sorry, we do not provide support to religious organizations, political parties or political candidates.

Past Donations
  Waupun Police Department  
    Officers Trevor Kreitzman and Yako visited the United Cooperative Corporate office last week to pick up their check for $2,000 for their K-9 Team. This money will help pay for vet expenses, equipment, training, and will aid in our future K-9 Officers.  
  Rural Health Initiative  
    United Cooperative donated $1,000 to Rural Health Initiative in Shawano to help with an upcoming fundraiser. RHI helps bring health care to local farmers. The convenience this organization offers can make a big difference in our farm families. They perform at-home health screenings, coaching, and referral information to busy farmers.  
  Shawano Fire Department  
    The Shawano Fire Department participated in United Cooperative's Grain Bin Safety class this past year and decide to invest in Coffer Dams with the $2,000 United Cooperative donated.  
  Columbus Community Hospital's Prairie Ridge Center for Orthopedic Excellence  
    With Prairie Ridge's need for new beds to accommodate their patients, United Cooperative donated $7,000.  
  Lowell Fire Department  
    In effort to support the Lowell Fire Department with the purchase of new safety equipment, United Cooperative donated $2,000 to help offset their costs.  
  United Way of Dodge County  
    United Cooperative was happy to present United Way with a $2,000 check to go towards their efforts to support the people in our community with food, health, education, and financial stability.  


  2017 Donations  
  And Counting