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Community Involvement

Badger Alloys feels strongly about supporting and advancing our community’s children – our future workforce.  As such, many of our contributions -- and much of our volunteer time -- are dedicated to educational organizations.

Strength in Community

Through numerous technical education programs, Badger Alloys has had the chance to provide opportunity and hope to young people who have not succeeded in traditional educational venues. Not only does the company give financially to these community groups; our employees donate their time working as mentors and giving presentations on manufacturing careers.

Organizations that have benefited from our time and financial resources:

  • Junior Achievement (Rob Cowen, member, board of directors)
  • Steel Founders’ Society of America (corporate member; Rob Cowen, member, board of directors)
  • American Foundry Society (corporate member)
  • ABCD - After Breast Cancer Diagnosis
  • American Cancer Society
  • American Diabetes Association
  • Bradley Tech High School
  • Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation
  • Down Syndrome Association of WI
  • Easter Seals of Southeast WI
  • Go Bo Foundation
  • Hunger Task Force
  • Hydraulic Institute (Steve Cooke, Associate Member Committee)
  • MACC Fund
  • March of Dimes
  • Marquette University
  • Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation
  • Mike Floyd Memorial Charity
  • Nancy Sellars Memorial Foundation
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society Wisconsin Chapter
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Service Club of Milwaukee
  • Special Olympics Wisconsin
  • United Way of Greater Milwaukee
  • UW-Milwaukee "Cast in Steel" team sponsor and mentor
  • Valve Manufacturers Association of America 
  • Zoological Society
  • Various charity runs, walks and rides

Certifications & Awards

Badger Alloys’ commitment to quality has been recognized by a number of international and local organizations in a variety of industries.

Customer Commitment

Customers describe Badger Alloys as a well-respected foundry known for high quality and timely delivery. They appreciate our “strong technical capability,” “great customer service,” and “flexibility.”

Environmental Sustainability

Our state-of-the-art facility attests to our commitment to reinvest and maintain cutting-edge technology. This ensures and promotes an environmentally sound and fiscally responsible future.

Family Friendly Workplace

As a family-owned business, we see each and every employee as part of the Badger Alloys family.

Mission Statement

We are a well-established, world-class castings company that delivers the highest quality casted parts through state-of-the-art technology and expertise.

Workforce Development

Badger Alloys is actively involved with Milwaukee Public Schools, local universities, and groups including MMAC-Manufacturing Career Partnerships, and the Steel Founders’ Society of America’s Apprenticeship Program.

Community Involvement

As a good corporate citizen, Badger Alloys not only supports the local economy and workforce development, it gives financially and volunteers in the community as well.