The Wildman Way
We commit 20% of our profit to our community and world missions.
At Wildman, we connect image to branding and profits to purpose. As your Partner, we not only strive to enhance your brand, but partner for good within our own employee base, in our community, and around the world.
LoveWorks is Wildman’s effort to cultivate a culture of generosity and gratitude within our company, community, and beyond by providing hope and light to those in need.
Fellowship Missions is an emergency shelter in our community that assists those struggling with homelessness and addiction. They teach personal skills and offer recovery substance abuse programs to men, women, and children.
“From day 1, Wildman has stepped up to help us here at Fellowship Missions. From assisting with funding the new roof, to donating and laundering thousands of pounds of linens as we don’t have the capacity to do so on our own, we thank you, Wildman, for supporting us,” – Eric Lane, Director of Fellowship Missions.
ACTS (Allowing Christ to Shine) is actively working to serve children in Haiti suffering from neglect and poverty. They provide shelter, education, life skills, food, and a loving environment to those in need.
“Our vision is to shine the light of salvation by loving God, loving others, following Jesus, and by living in the Spirit.” – ACTS
You can now register for their “Miles That Matter” 5k & 10k Run/Walk. To register for the event, check the link below.
Cardinal Services is an organization in Northern Indiana working to support people with disabilities, families, and communities. They help them grow and live lives full of dignity, opportunity, and purpose.
“What started as a handful of children learning from a single teacher in a living room has grown into an organization with a staff of roughly 380 employees who serve nearly 6,500 people each year” – Cardinal Services
The Warsaw Little League is impacting children in our community through America’s favorite pastime, baseball. The team teaches kids, ages 4 to 16, the sport of baseball while encouraging sportsmanship and team building characteristics.
Let’s cheer on these little legends! Learn more about the Warsaw Little League at,
Heartline Pregnancy Center is an organization providing clients with encouragement and equipment to build their future. Whether clients are experiencing an expected or unexpected pregnancy, Heartline provides a non-judgmental environment, pregnancy options, educational help, and so much more.
Altogether, Heartline is able to bless clients with these services at no cost, due to generous contributions from the local community.
Water for Good provides clean, lasting water for some of the world’s most forgotten countries. They do this in two ways: #1 Working through local people & #2 Building sustainability.
In 2022, Water for Good had 59 new water prints in progress or completed. The water crisis in the Central African Republic is solvable. Follow along with their progress or see how you can impact others across the globe.
Since 2006, DADCamp has been impacting fathers across the United States through weekend experiences with their children. They are on a mission to “build stronger fathers who build stronger families”. DADCamp is also making an impact all over the world including 12 different countries and counting.
Registration is now open for all 2023 DADCamp weekend events. Learn more about attending DADCamp or check out their podcast at
Joe’s Kids is a nonprofit organization that provides physical, occupational, and speech therapy to children. They exist to help children reach their full potential while educating and support their families along the way.
Joe’s Kids focus on physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and other tutoring services.
“According to the Centers for Disease Control, the prevalence of developmental disabilities is 16.7% and this number has been on the rise in recent years.
1 in every 6 children will lag behind their peers. Without appropriate intervention, they often struggle physically, academically, socially, and emotionally.”
The Power House is a youth center in Fort Wayne that reaches teens and young adults. For over 25 years, they have provided teens with a safe and uplifting environment.
The Power House programs focus on 5 key components:
- Showing the Love of Christ
- Expressing Family Values
- Teaching about Healthy Lifestyles
- Promoting Abstinence & STD Awareness
- Providing Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug Awareness & Prevention
CASA advocates for children in situations of abuse and neglect in the Kosciusko County country system. Volunteers are trained and supported to serve as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).
All children deserve the right to grow up in a safe, permanent home. If you’re interested in learning more about CASA or becoming a volunteer, check out the link below.
Riley Children’s Hospital offers children access to world-class pediatric care. Riley Children’s Health makes it possible for families throughout Indiana to get the level of care they need.
“Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is the only pediatric research hospital in the state, ranked among the top hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report in 10 out of 10 categories of specialized healthcare for children.” – Riley’s Children Hospital
Riley at IU Heath offers a variety of options to volunteer or make a donation to help families in need. If you’re interested in volunteering, please visit
Humanity and Hope has a mission to help people through self-direction and sustainable change. They do this through the 6 pillars: infrastructure, economy, community, health, education, and leadership.
The founder, Riley Fuller, created the 6 pillars to guide their mission and easily identify points in the community that need the most investment. To learn more about joining the team in Honduras or donating to the cause, visit
Lost Sparrows is working to end the orphan crisis by supporting families so that every child has an opportunity. They work with the local and regional governments to promote family-friendly policies. Through constant teaching, resourcing, and advocating, Lost Sparrow hopes to cure the “long-term disease” of being an orphan.
At Magical Meadows, children, youth, and adults with physical and/or developmental disabilities experience a one-on-one Therapeutic Horseback Riding experience. Riders are able to improve physical health, build muscle strength, enhance social skills, and gain a sense of confidence and freedom like never before.
If you love working with horses and helping others, Magical Meadows has volunteering opportunities regardless of your experience level. As a non-profit, they also accept donations for the upkeep of the facilities and horses.