CWES gratefully accepts cash gifts to our
Endowment, a permanent fund that generates spendable interest to support
education and training programs. With a donation to our Endowment, your
generosity is the gift that keeps on giving. If 1,000 people per year
send us $20 each, we can grow the endowment by $20,000 annually. Because
we only spend the interest, your gift will help support CWES programs
indefinitely. Larger donations are also welcomed.
If you are interested in supporting our
education and training programs with a donation, gifts may be made
payable to "UWSP Foundation CWES Endowment 3629" and sent to the UWSP
Foundation, 2100 Main Street, Suite 212, Stevens Point, WI 54481. Credit
card gifts are accepted online at www.uwsp.edu/Foundation or by phone
at 1-800-858-5267. Please specify the gift for "CWES Endowment 3629".
Gifts are tax deductible as allowed by law. Bequests and other planned
gifts are also appreciated.
Please feel free to contact Scott Johnson, the Director, if you have any questions.
of Life trail sign is a memorial created by the friends and family of
Dale and Forrest "Woody" Weber, a long-time friends of CWES.|
||Numerous interpretive panels,
including this of of Sunset Lake, we donated by the Central Wisconsin
Chapter of the Safari Club International in 2007.|
||The Firebowl, a timeless
gathering place for campfires and making memories, received a much
needed facelift with new and expanded seating, thanks to the volunteer
efforts of an Eagle Scout project.|
In 2010 we received a karaoke machine from
Dennis and Marcia Yockers. We are excited for all the potential songs
and performances this machine will offer us at summer camp!
CWES Wish List
If you are interested in fulfilling one of our wishes, please contact Scott Johnson.
- Pioneer or Lumberjack artifacts to be used in our "Changing of the Land" Wisconsin history program
- 35 foot replica voyageur canoe to be used in our "Changing of the Land" program $12,000
- John Deer Gator or Kawasaki Mule maintenance vehicle $7,500
- Animals mounts from 1990-2008, including birds, elk, moose, whitetail deer
- Beaver, fox, opossum and skunk skulls
- New flagpole next to Sunset Lodge $1,500