Donate by Shopping With Amazon 

Amazon shoppers can donate through their account by using AmazonSmile and selecting the Lutheran High School Association of Greater Milwaukee as their charity. A portion of the purchase price will go to our fund!


Volunteer or Donate at 3in1 Thrift

3in1 Thrift a thrift store in West Allis that supports Milwaukee Lutheran High School.  


Designate a Gift to Red Knight Athletics

There are many ways to support the Red Knight athletic programs from helping with concessions, team dinners, game day supervision, and donations.  To give to a specific sport or athletic program, click the link above. 

*Note that this is a new fundraising platform and only the Fall sports are launched.  Winter sports are coming soon!  


Make a Gift to the Red Knight Fund

Nearly 50% of students who attend our schools require financial aid. Proceeds from the Red Knight Fund go to providing tuition assistance to those students who demonstrate financial need and academic ability, helping them to realize their dream of attending one of our great schools. The Red Knight Fund is the Milwaukee Lutheran branch of the Legacy Fund, managed by the Lutheran High School Association of Greater Milwaukee Foundation to provide tuition assistance to the schools. Contributions to this fund make a lasting impact on students whose lives will be directly touched and affected by your gifts.

Student Emergency Fund (May 4, 2020)

We are grateful to announce that the LHSAGM Foundation has launched a Student Emergency Fund. This fund will give tuition relief to current and new Red Knight families who are significantly affected by COVID-19 for the 2020-21 school year.  To give please select the Red Knight fund below.  Please write in the comments “student emergency fund”. 


Your support changes lives. Thank you.  Without you...


Class of '20, Don

“Honestly, I don't think I would be alive. The people I know. The things that crossed through my life. I would have made bad decisions and just be a whole different person. What stopped me? Milwaukee Lutheran."