United Seniors of Wisconsin was incorporated in 1986 as a 501(c) (3) organization based on the desire to help people of all generations make the world a better place to live. It grew out of the founder Dorothy Seeley's past training and passion as a counselor in Community Services. Since then, United Seniors of Wisconsin has become a valuable volunteer run organization contributing many desperately needed resources and programming to people of all generations, genders, ethnicities, socio-economic statuses and religious beliefs. All profits realized by the organization go directly back towards helping individuals overcome barriers and health problems and maintain healthy lifestyles. The organization is solely funded through Bingo sessions held at the Bingo Hall and via generous donations and membership dues from Wisconsin residents. Many individuals come to socialize and develop their skills while providing/receiving needed services. United Seniors of Wisconsin is centrally located on 45th and Forest Home Avenue in Milwaukee and Greenfield, Wisconsin and is easily accessible by car, foot, via disability and elderly transportation services and by using the Milwaukee County Transit System (Routes 14, 35 and 51) as well as via Transit Plus taxi/van accommodations.