Every year, we take a portion of our profits and put them in the hands of exceptional organizations who share our vision and values.

Here is what our recipients have to say:

UW-Madison School of Pharmacy

"The Dohmen Company Foundation provided a total of $500,000 to fund scholarships for PharmD students as well as support graduate students in the Pharmaceutical Sciences Division. The $250,000 of the donation tagged for scholarships was matched 50 cents on the dollar by the UW Foundation, making the Dohmen Company foundation's gift go even further. The Dohmen Company Foundation's gift is not only making it possible for our students to achieve their career goals, it is also helping to address Wisconsin's tremendous need for the pharmacists, scientists, educators, and leaders of tomorrow."

- Jeanette Roberts, Dean & Professor

The Wisconsin Historical Society

"The Dohmen Company has maintained a thriving business for more than 15 decades. The Dohmen Company Foundation's generous gift of $250, 000 has helped the Wisconsin Historical Society continue to thrive – connecting the people of the present to those of the past. In addition, the Dohmen Company (formerly known as the F. Dohmen Co.) donated a number of health care and pharmaceutical industry artifacts to the Society, including manufacturing and pharmacy compounding equipment, photos, documents and other objects that help illustrate the company's – and Wisconsin's –intriguing history"

- Ellsworth Brown, Director, Wisconsin Historical Society

IMA World Health

"We are immensely grateful to the Dohmen Foundation for recognizing the effect and efficiency of our work. Their gift will help IMA better deliver health care services, upgraded facilities, and improved transportation to thousands of people – specifically in Southern Sudan and Tanzania. Funding from Dohmen also helps support critical treatment and prevention programs for childhood cancer, HIV / AIDS, malaria, and more."

- Rick Santos, President of IMA World Health

MAP International

"Most diseases affecting the world's poorest communities are relatively easy to prevent and treat. Basic education and medicines go a long way. The Dohmen grant helped us provide essential drugs to thousands of people. It has placed “Travel Pack” medical kits into the hands of U.S. physician led teams in medical mission clinics in multiple countries. And it's helped us empower local health promoters in Equador and Bolivia with the knowledge, skills and tools to become powerful change agents. Promoters spend 80 % of their time with mothers, children and others sharing information on nutrition, hygiene, disease prevention and more, helping entire communities live healthier lives."

- Michael J. Nyenhuis, Presiden t & CEO of MAP International

Vitamin Angels

"The gift from the Dohmen Foundation played a pivotal role in Vitamin Angels' growth this past year. These funds helped us achieve a 50% increase in the number of beneficiaries reached in just one year, and laid the foundation for us to double our beneficiaries for each of the next 3 years. In 2008, we reached 7 million children; in 2009, we are reaching 10 million children; and in 2010, we are committed to reaching 20 million children."

- Howard B. Schiffer, Founder & President of Vitamin Angels

Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy

Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy will be only the second School of Pharmacy in the state of Wisconsin, addressing the greatest shortage of registered pharmacists in the nation. The Dohmen Foundation is proud to support Concordia, and honored to contribute to the education and training of Wisconsin's next generation of qualified pharmacists.