Our nonprofit seeks to create a ripple effect of service within our community by providing opportunities for students, families and individuals to make an impact.

For 14 years we’ve offered free educational support for students with various academic needs through our Acacia Academics. Since opening our doors, we’ve hosted a variety of events through partnerships with local high schools, churches and fellow community members hosting art workshops, leadership series, business, career and marketing classes. We’ve served hundreds of students in neighboring counties through Acacia Academics and have partnered with other nonprofits like Portal, Inc., Ozaukee Family Sharing, Mr. Bob’s Under The Bridge, The Cathedral Center and more.  

Some of our service outreaches, aside from our free mentoring program include; a fundraiser for student art with proceeds going toward ministry work in India, Harvest for Hunger to benefit Ozaukee Family Sharing, bingo with residents of McKinley Place Nursing Home, homemade cards to hospital and nursing home patients during the Covid-19 Pandemic, a ladies paint night to raise awareness of family homelessness with a donation to The Cathedral Center, serving coffee with Mr. Bob’s Under The Bridge, filling food bags at Just One More Ministry Food Bank, and serving lunch for local Habitat For Humanity volunteers.

Whether it’s through our various service opportunities, unique programs and events that groups of all ages can participate in – down to the cup of coffee you drink – our location is a hub toward meaningful impact! Please consider giving a donation or a review shared to our Google business page to help continue our nonprofit’s mission.

Thank you for your continual support!

Gathering, Growing and Serving Together.

Our nonprofit is rooted in these 4 principles:

  1. Demonstrating, through our actions and interactions, God’s love and our faith in Jesus Christ.
  2. Help students grow in the areas of academics, career readiness, leadership, service, and artistic expression.
  3. Promote confidence in one’s ability to positively impact others.
  4. Support communities and local businesses through thoughtful partnerships.

The Student Union is connected with Alliance Bible Church of Mequon, Wisconsin.