Wisconsin Architects Foundation
The Wisconsin Architects Foundation (WAF) is building a better Wisconsin.
Established in 1953, the WAF's
primary mission is to enhance the public's awareness of architecture
through its commitment to architectural education. From awarding scholarships
to Wisconsin architecture students to providing grants for educational
programs, the foundation remains steadfast in its belief that building
a better Wisconsin requires the support of architectural learning opportunities.
Over the last fifty years,
that commitment has taken many forms, most notably awarding more than
$400,000 in WAF scholarships to Wisconsin architecture students, establishing
a School of Architecture & Urban Planning at UW-Milwaukee, supporting professional development and, closer
to home, restoring the historic Joseph J. Stoner
House in Madison, a National Landmark and the current headquarters
of the WAF and AIA Wisconsin.
Build Wisconsin's Future with a Donation!
Despite its success, your
participation and financial support are needed to continue the important
work the WAF does on behalf of the profession. Opportunities are available
throughout the year to make regular contributions or memorial gifts,
and innovative ideas for contributions are gladly accepted. The WAF
is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt entity and gifts are tax deductible to the
full extent allowed by law.
Support the Wisconsin Architects Foundation and try your luck at winning great prizes as part of the WAF Raffle. Prize information and tickets are available at the AIA Wisconsin Convention and Building Products Expo.
We invite you to learn more
about the WAF by exploring the links below.