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If you prefer to mail a check, the address is

Warehouse Alliance, Inc
328 Pearl Street
PO Box 2044
La Crosse, WI 54602-2044


The Warehouse Alliance Inc non-profit is in its third year of assuming operations of The Warehouse. Even in its former management as a “for profit” business, the Warehouse has always been staffed with a dedicated group of volunteers, giving their time and effort to provide a unique music space where youths from all over the Coulee Region could come together in a safe, drug and alcohol-free environment with the kind of “street credibility” that institutional “teen centers” can’t claim.
Over the years, The Warehouse has worked with or donated to everyone from Wafer Food Pantry and Hunger Task Force here in La Crosse to international relief organizations like Medicins sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders).  Now The Warehouse Alliance Board is asking that you make an investment in the community and help foster creative young adults by supporting the work of the Warehouse Alliance as it positively affects young adults throughout the Coulee Region.

The Alliance is set to make some grand advances in programs, while continuing the rich, 27-year musical history of the Warehouse.  The Alliance‘s primary goal is to offer music-based alternatives to the drug and alcohol culture that can quickly consume teens, by giving those young adults the opportunity to meet new friends and form a community they can feel is their own.  The Warehouse Alliance exists to fight the alcohol and drug problems that can easily develop with kids just like the increased chance of suicide in teens who have no place to feel at home or to call their own.  Through tremendous dedication of legacy volunteers, the Warehouse has spent almost 3 decades keeping kids off the street and into the music.

Within that 27 year record of performance, Warehouse‘s events have spawned friendships that have in some cases lasted for 2 or more decades.  Marriages, business partnerships, and other connections have been made through the simple joy of music appreciation.  Adults in their late 30s, who were “Warehouse Kids” 25 years ago, sometimes come to events with their own teenage sons and daughters.
But the most critical unmeasurable effect of the Warehouse Alliance is the number of young adults who were kept away from drugs, alcohol, and suicide, all because they had a place to feel comfortable and socialize safely.

From the Warehouse Alliance Mission Statement:

“The Warehouse Alliance will support and promote the growth of the music and arts community of the Greater Coulee Region through events, shows, workshops and classes, volunteerism, and immersive learning opportunities.”

Please take a moment to help fund Warehouse Alliance 501c3.  Your generous tax-deductible donation will continue to help keep Coulee Region young adults off the street and into the music.  Thank you.