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Who are Pepper Partners?

Wall Pepper is dedicated to giving back, that’s why we have created the Pepper Partners Program.

How it works. Charitable/Non-profit organizations can sign up to become a Pepper Partner. Upon approval, the organization is listed on our Pepper Partner Page. Partners then inform their friends and their friend's friends, post it on their Facebook or on their web site. Every time a purchase is made and the Partner is selected from a drop down menu, Wall Pepper will contribute 5% of the sale to the Partner Organization.

How Partners Make More. In addition to spreading the word among their supporters, Partners can also promote their organization on our web site. If a customer comes to our site to buy their Wall Pepper and they do not have a Partner in mind, they can review the partner listings and select a Pepper Partner.

So become a Pepper Partner and spread the word…

To become a Pepper Partner click on the link below to download your application.

Download the Wall Pepper Partners Application




Camp Anokijig Folded between the gentle rolling hills of southeastern Wisconsin is a beautiful glacial born lake and a wooded shoreline that Native Americans once called home. Unspoiled since their time, this engaging place has been welcoming children and families to gather together in a community that is filled with wonder. It is called Camp Anokijig. It came to life in 1926 and has since grown to be one of the premier youth camps in the country. Anokijig is an unforgettable life experience that is based on a few simple concepts...New Friends, Positive Values, Personal Growth, Great Adventures, and Outrageous Fun. Come join us, you will love it! 920-893-0782

Fond du Lac Cardinals

The Fond du Lac Cardinal boys and girls soccer program provides a positive environment for student-athletes to experience the 

competition of soccer while learning life skills.

Big Brothers Big Sisters pairs adult mentors with at risk children to form friendship/guidance relationships. "Matches" are goal oriented, created and supported by agency professionals for the duration.


Family Resource Center of Sheboygan County

The Family Resource Center (FRC) provides services that support fostering strong families because we believe that strong families are a part of building a strong community. FRC is also a resource center that refers people to other family support services. Our three main programs are: Parents as Teacher Home Visitation for first time parents from birth through three years old. Military Family Connects supports family and friends of those who are currently serving in the Armed Forces.  Literacy Council services all ages in improving their reading and English language skills through Partners in Reading and Adult Tutoring.

Each year more than 20,000 children are adopted from foster care or international orphanages, most coming from backgrounds of trauma, abuse and neglect.  The Attachment & Trauma Network (ATN) supports families learning how to help heal their children’s wounded hearts.  A parent-led organization, ATN’s goal is to “Touch Trauma at Its Heart.”  Since 1995, ATN has operated support groups, an online Learning Center, newsletters and a crisis phone line.  To learn more,   visit

Ozaukee Ice Dogs

Ice Arena, Youth Hockey Association in Ozaukee County providing youth programs.

Ransom is a group of young people attempting to grow leadership skills and improve the community around us by doing
community service, helping those in need, and sharing the good news of Jesus Christ.

Manitowoc County Habitat For Humanity is a 501(c)(3) non-profit ecumenical housing ministry dedicated to building safe affordable housing in partnership with people in need.


Plymouth Arts Center is the premier art destination in Western Sheboygan County. Located in historic downtown Plymouth, WI, this community non-profit organization is dedicated to its enliven the spirit of the community and to enrich the lives of all by providing diverse experiences in the arts!


Mental Health America in Sheboygan County (MHA) is the county’s only nonprofit mental health resource center since 1963. MHA addresses all aspects of mental health through services that include education programs, information on mental health/mental illness, confidential referrals, assistance with medication costs, and support groups. MHA also provides a community resource directory and an anonymous online screening tool for mental disorders on their website.

Happy Endings is a nonprofit, no-kill organization founded in 1994 and run solely by volunteers and donations. It is our mission to find permanent homes for unwanted, stray, abused and feral cats. Cats remain in our care until loving forever homes are found. Cats are never euthanized except when, in a veterinarian's professional opinion, it is in a stage of terminal suffering.



National Network of Youth Ministries (NNYM) exists to link youth workers together for encouragement, spiritual growth and resources so that every student hears the gospel and establishes those who respond in a local church so that they can be discipled to reach their community.