The Greywolf Foundation was established in April 2021 in part to help enhance and focus the charitable efforts and community support of Greywolf Partners, Inc. The Greywolf Foundation seeks to make a lasting, positive impact on its local communities by improving the lives and opportunities for its residents by giving directly to benefit the public.
“As a company, Greywolf Partners has always been heavily invested in the communities we work with,” said Joe Wagner, CEO of Greywolf Partners, Inc. “It is important to us to not just build or manage properties, but to do our part at making the communities better and helping people. The Greywolf Foundation is going to improve our focus to significantly grow our charitable efforts.”
The Greywolf Foundation provides resources to assist people and entities in need, increase their opportunities for success, and better their communities. Its primary focus is in the areas of youth programs, education, employment and career development, poverty relief, community health, wellness, and recreation, disaster relief, and opportunity zones.
Greywolf Foundation, Inc. is incorporated by the State of Wisconsin separately from Greywolf Partners, Inc. and is governed by its own Board of Directors and Advisory Board. It functions as a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization in compliance with the United States Internal Revenue Service.
Complete information on the Greywolf Foundation can be found at www.GreywolfFoundation.org. The public is encouraged to visit the website to learn about its mission, activities, and apply for charitable support.
The Greywolf Foundation will host its first primary fundraiser, the Curtis W. Blackdeer Memorial Golf Outing at the Oaks Golf Course and BB Jack’s Restaurant in Cottage Grove, WI on September 2, 2021. Information on the golf outing can be found by visiting the website or emailing infoGWF@greywp.com.