Since 1930 Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.® has been involved in the communities where we live and work. We support all of our local communities through community giving, and partnering with dozens of organizations throughout Wisconsin.

At Habush Habush & Rottier, we are honored to have the opportunity to play an active role in our communities by sponsoring and participating in a variety of local events, and we are dedicated to improving the local communities in which we live and work.


Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® is works with local driving schools to educate young people about the dangers caused by combining driving with texting, eating, grooming, speeding or drinking.

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We are proud to give back to our communities.
These are some of the organizations we supported in 2020:

Appleton Downtown, Inc. Make-A-Wish® Wisconsin
Badger State Games March of Dimes
Burlington Baseball Medical College of Milwaukee Neuroscience Research Center
Casa of Brown County Positively Pewaukee
Clean Lakes Alliance Racine Symphony Orchestra
Community Justice Racine Youth Sports
Downtown Green Bay, Inc. Second Harvest Food Bank
East Madison Community Center Slinger Speedway
Golden Sands Speedway Tour of America’s Dairyland
Life Navigators UW Burn Unit
YWCA Madison 2020 Virtual Racial Justice Summit



Charitable funds were established by Habush Habush & Rottier in the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, the Madison Community Foundation, the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin, and the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region.



From 1999 -2014 the Habush Habush & Rottier Charitable Foundation donated and distributed more than 110,600 bicycle helmets to children in the communities Habush serves. Emergency rooms nationwide see more than 700 kids who need treatment for injuries received while riding bikes, skateboards and scooters. Many of these injuries are life-threatening and disabling. Wearing helmets and other protective gear and following the rules of the road can help prevent injuries. Properly fitted bike helmets can reduce the risk of bike-related brain injuries. However, only 25 percent of cyclists ages 14 and younger wear a helmet. This program helped teach kids the importance of keeping safe by wearing helmets.

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