Support For Individuals Battling Breast Cancer

Savage Support strives to provide a wide variety of services focused on aid to individuals fighting breast cancer in southeastern Wisconsin. We endeavor to provide an elevated quality of life for breast cancer patients in tangible and practical ways, beyond their medical care.

Join Us

We are enrolling a small number of beneficiaries to be the first class of participants in our program.

Service Providers

We are growing the number of services we can provide to our clients in the development phase of our organization.


We have a variety of opportunities available to volunteers interested in helping us change lives.

Becoming a Beneficiary is Easy

Complete a Brief Survey

We collect basic contact information and ask to hear a bit more about your situation. We do not ask about your private medical care and you have the right to skip questions.

Meet With Us One-on-One

We get to know each other better and expand on the information you shared in the survey. From there we discuss how we can help and get you set up in our system.

Get Started!

Use our platform to access our service network and will be kept up to date on fun opportunities to meet up with other beneficiaries and return some normalcy to your life!

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Savage Support assist those battling breast cancer?

We provide practical aid with non-medical needs to those experiencing breast cancer. We do this by providing a monthly stipend to access services we have vetted, setting up opportunities to meet others on their breast cancer journeys, and by providing resources to help with their day-to-day needs.

What don’t you provide assistance for?

We do not provide assistance for rent, mortgage, insurance, utilities, bills, personal debt, tuition, luxury items, clothing except for items except for items directly related to breast cancer treatment.

Am I signing up to be part of a support group?

Only if you choose to do so. We offer a variety of activities for our beneficiaries to get together and build a network of individuals on the same journey, but these activities are not mandatory. Additionally, our website director is in the process of creating a chat room dedicated to beneficiaries if interacting that way is appealing.

Do I have a stipend to use on services you provide?

Yes, each beneficiary is evaluated according to need and provided with a monthly stipend. This amount may vary from person to person. That stipend offers an option between the services provided through our connections with local businesses that have aligned with Savage Support and completed an interview on-boarding process.

How long can my assistance continue?

We have a general time frame of 2 years, but each beneficiary is evaluated on a case by case basis and that time frame may be longer or shorter, depending on your individual case.

Does it matter if I’m diagnosed anywhere between Stage 0 or metastatic?

No. Whatever the stage of your breast cancer, we are here to help as long as you have received a diagnosis of breast cancer.

What’s New With Savage Support?

Savage Support Stories - Rick Czaplewski ...

That’s right, Savage Support has a podcast! Colleen DuVall created a series to meet our beneficiaries and learn more about their personal stories with breast cancer while sharing the impact of our organization. In 2021, we included board members and leaders in the community supporting those through breast cancer and here we are today!

Savage Support Stories have often highlighted the cancer journeys of women. This month, she talks with Rick Czaplewski, a man who is a 2 time Hodgkin’s Lymphoma survivor. When diagnosed as a college freshman in the late 90’s, Rick couldn’t find a support group to help him through the emotional challenges of cancer. Now 27 years later, Rick’s career as a business consultant, published author, and public speaker includes a dedication to mentoring others facing life crises. His book, Better Dirty Than Done, is an inspiring account of his own life lessons learned. You can also find out more about Rick’s story at and by listening in to his visit with Colleen today. Don’t miss it.

5/16/24 Annual Fundraiser ~ Notte Feroce

Join us Thursday, May 16th for a 4-course, family-style osso buco dinner at Engine Company #3!

Seats are limited, be sure to get yours today by clicking the link.

MGT - Milwaukee's Got Talent with Black Husky!

On February 24th, Black Husky hosted the inaugural Milwaukee’s Got Talent with 12 contestants performing for the prize!

THE WINNER:  Rob Joosse of Lakefront Brewery with the endless “Dad Jokes” routine! Congrats to you Rob, thanks for coming out!

With your support along with the talent bringing it, $936 was raised for the fulfillment of beneficiaries’ day-to-day needs. We are so grateful to Tim & Toni Eichinger for dreaming up this fundraiser & hosting, all the contestants for performing & YOU for supporting. Stay tuned for the next one in late 2024!

Savage Support in the news!

Check out this short story to learn more about the founding and mission of Savage Support.

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