Community Involvement

Rhyme and our people are committed to making our communities, state and country a better place for everyone. We donate time, money, and resources to many organizations like The United Way and many of their Agencies (YWCA, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Clubs), Schools, Scholarships and many other programs, so you can feel good that a percentage of your purchase goes back to the community.

American Red Cross

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Rhyme was the Corporate Co-Host at the 2013 Real Heroes Event for the American Red Cross, Badger Chapter. One of our own, Betsy Ennis was awarded with the Youth Samaritan Real Hero Award. Ennis has always devoted her time to family and friends, but most importantly others in need. When her father passed in 2009, she arranged the Steve Ennis Memorial Golf Outing to raise scholarships for students whose lives have been affected by cancer. We could not be more proud to have her on our team and to have a strong, on-going relationship with the American Red Cross. Visit the Red Cross for more information on how you can help!

Please join us on September 7th, 2013 for the 5th Annual Steve Ennis Memorial Golf Outing, Edgerton Towne Country Club Registration Brochure 2013 (pdf)

YMCA Strong Kids Initiative


Rhyme is a proud supporter of the YMCA and their Strong Kids initiative. Because every child deserves the opportunity to experience YMCA programs and take control of their health. To find your local YMCA click here and see how you can help!

Boys and Girls Club

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The Boys & Girls Club of America’s mission is, “To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens”. We couldn’t agree more with this mission, and that’s why Rhyme supports local Boys & Girls Club’s across Wisconsin. To learn more about this great organization click here.


Circle of Women

Rhyme is currently a supporting sponsor of the YWCA Circle of Women Event. Our pledge ensures that the YWCA can continue to provide equity and racial justice programming to create a more just and inclusive community; education, training and safe transportation solutions to help people find, change or maintain a job; and safe, affordable housing and emergency shelter. We are committed to the YWCA and eliminating racism and empowering women. To learn more visit their website.

United Way

Listen about our partnership with the Oshkosh Area United Way

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