Walton’s likes to support organizations in our area and across the country, especially charities with specific needs and missions. These organizations do great things in our communities, in wildlife habitats, and in supporting children. We are proud to be able to support organizations like these. A few of the charities and groups we support are listed below. While Walton's would love to be able to support every charity throughout our communities, it is just not possible, but we strive to do as much as we can. We get countless requests and while we try to support as many organizations as we can, our Donation Committee will review all details and decide whom to give resources to.
If you would like to request a donation from Walton's you must do so using our Donation Request Form on this page.
Please submit requests at least 2 months before an event happens. We only review requests once per month on average.
Some of Our Favorite Organizations
Matching caring adults with a passion for the outdoors with children that want to learn about the outdoors...that is what the Pass It On program is about in a nutshell. Whether it is fishing, camping, hiking, bird watching, archery, hunting, shooting sports, sailing...or just about any other traditional outdoor activity, we work to provide opportunities for children to learn about them in a safe environment from mentors willing to share their time... https://www.outdoormentors.org/
FaithBuilders, Inc. is a network of believers that works toward family preservation and spreads the love of Jesus Christ within our communities through our four pillars: support networks, mentorship, resources, and services. As we work within each of these aspects, we have become more involved with the Kansas Social Rehabilitation Services and their affiliated organizations, providing care and support to an ever growing number of children and their families... https://beafaithbuilder.org/
The voice for our wild public lands, waters and wildlife. Our freedom to hunt and fish depends on habitat. While many of us enjoy hunting and fishing on a range of landscapes, including farm fields and reservoirs, there is something special – even magical – about hunting deep in the backcountry or fishing on a remote river. Wilderness hunting and fishing deliver a sense of freedom, challenge and solitude that is increasingly trampled by the twin pressures of growing population and increasing technology. Many treasured fish and wildlife species – such as cutthroat trout, grizzly bear and bighorn sheep – thrive in wilderness. Others, like elk and mule deer, benefit from wilderness. From the Steens Mountain Wilderness in Oregon to the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness in Idaho and the Boundary Waters of Minnesota, BHA members treasure America's wilderness system and strive to add to it... https://www.backcountryhunters.org/