Partners and Donors

Grunt Style

House of Harley

Trackers Pub & Grub

Milwaukee Milkmen

Light Palace Pub & Grill

Jen's Sweet Treats

Spitfire Ink


Ope! Brewing Co.

102.9 FM - The Hog

WLKG The Lake - 96.1 FM

Viking Bags

Journey Together

Journey Together Service Dog Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Our mission is to provide highly trained service dogs to people diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Dogs are placed at no charge with qualified WISCONSIN residents who are 18 years or older.

Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin

VOW meets at-risk veterans at their point of vulnerability with the dignity and respect they deserve. Our mission is to assist homeless and at-risk veteran households return for normalcy in life by providing food, clothing, shelter, and programming.

Center for Veterans Issues

The Center for Veterans Issues, Inc. provides housing and supportive services to help improve the quality of life for ALL Veterans, their families, and the communities in which they live and serve.

War Memorial Center

The War Memorial Center is Wisconsin’s most visible memorial to all those who have served in the U.S. Armed Services, and is committed to furthering a single, solemn mission: “Honor the Dead. Serve the Living.”

Wisconsin Hero Outdoors

Wisconsin Hero Outdoors (WHO) works with Veterans and First responders to aide in suicide prevention by utilizing the camaraderie of outdoor activities to address the physical and mental health challenges brought on by the stresses of service.

Guitars For Vets

A 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to providing relief to struggling veterans through the healing power of music.


The idea for Dogs2DogTags (D2DT) came to Torre Willadsen when he was deployed as a civilian contractor working with military dogs in 2012. During his time with the 7th Marines, he developed close bonds with dogs and dog handlers. When dog handler, Chris Van Etten, was wounded, Torre worked hard to help keep Chris and his dog, Harley, together during Chris’ recovery. Torre saw firsthand the profound effect a canine companion could have on a wounded man’s frame of mind during a difficult time. That’s when Torre knew he wanted to bring that kind of unconditional support to those back home struggling with post-traumatic stress.