Salvatorian Mission Warehouse
1963 - Brother Regis begins his mission work in New Holstein, Wisconsin.
1968 - The Salvatorian Mission Warehouse established.
1973 - Sister Dora joins the Mission Warehouse.
1975 - Present-day 25,000 square foot facility built.
2015 - Transition to new Director, and Lay Salvatorian, Dave Holton.
Volunteers are essential to the process of getting relief goods to the missions. SMW is a second home for many of them, some of whom have been regular volunteers for decades, or whose parents and children have also volunteered.
Our whole warehouse is a loving miracle"
The Society of the Divine Savior
Founded by Fr. Francis Jordan, the Society of the Divine Savior is a Roman Catholic religious community, praying and working to share the love and mercy of our Savior through all ways and means.
Shipping and other operational expenses are covered by the generosity of private donors, donations from churches/groups, and grants.
In 2017, SMW sent 43 containers to 35 missions in 16 countries totaling nearly one million pounds of relief goods. Additionally, 9 containers of rice totaling nearly a half million pounds were sent.
Nearly one million pounds of goods are donated to SMW each year from our corporate partners including Land's End, Sargento Foods, Figis, Hershey's, Faribault Foods, and the Milwaukee Brewers.
As a part of the Salvatorians, the Mission Warehouse strives to proclaim and teach, by all ways and means, the goodness and kindness of Jesus the Savior.
Donated relief goods are repackaged compactly by hundreds of volunteers, loaded into large shipping containers, and sent to missions around the world.
Be Moved By Joy!
Br. Regis Fust & Sr. Dora Zapf