We Are Proud to Support Our Community
Our commitment to service, teamwork, and integrity extends well beyond our office walls. Consistent with our mission, vision, and core values, the Floorcare USA employees are involved in community efforts and charitable initiatives throughout the Greater Milwaukee, Madison and Chicago areas. As a successful company, it is our responsibility to encourage every Floorcare USA employee to help make our communities better by volunteering, building relationships, leading organizations, contributing and making a difference in areas where they are most passionate.
Throughout the year, Floorcare USA encourages its employees to support community organizations during work hours. We are proud to strengthen the communities in which we live and serve, while developing a team of caring, committed professionals, dedicated to providing support for others.
Nonprofits Floorcare USA supports that are Making a Difference!
MACC Fund has contributed over $65 MILLION DOLLARS to childhood cancer and related blood disorders research. Our goal is to cure the MACC Fund out of existence. Your support of critical research impacts children throughout the country and the world. Successful protocols developed in Wisconsin have become the standard for patient care across not only the United States – but around the world.
The mission of Emma Loves Dogs is to provide financial assistance to organizations that share the same passion that Emma had for helping animals, such as police K9 units and non-kill animal shelters.
Emma Mertens was an 8 year old girl from Hartland, WI, who was diagnosed with a DIPG Brain Tumor in early 2019. She fought to live her life to the fullest every day up until the night she passed away on November 17th, 2019.
Youth Sports Programs
The Hartland Hawks is a select baseball organization within Lake Country Youth Baseball and Softball (LCYBS) offering an advanced level of competition for young players from U8 through 8th grade. The level of play is more competitive than the recreational leagues and requires full tryouts for the teams for each age group and encomasses all Arrowhead school districts and beyond. Teams play approximately 20 league games and participate 2-5 tournaments typically per season.