Seebecks is doing a fundraiser this weekend (Feb 9 & 10)  when you shop with us we'll give a percentage of each purchase to this local charity: WalkinInMyShoes. Watch the video to learn about the amazing work they do for our homeless teens. If you aren't able to attend check out their wish list at for a complete list of items. This a cellphone number that homeless teens can call 24/7 for help: (262) 914-2077
Seebeck's is proud to collaborate with our
neighbor, St. Catherine’s Medical Center, to showcase our beautiful community
and the work of local photographers throughout the hospital campus.

With every purchase of one of the displayed photographic prints through
Seebeck Gallery, a donation will be made to Meals on Wheels.

To learn more about this project, the artists and their work CLICK HERE.

To purchase prints CLICK HERE. 

Past Events


We donated these awesome handmade bookmarks made in Michigan by A donation of $10 or more at the Walk to Sustain Our Great Lakes fundraiser at  Kenosha Yacht Club last summer got you a free bookmark!
To benefit NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Miss Kenosha, Kaitlyn Rhey, spoke about her own experiences. Sandy's Popper of Downtown Kenosha offered a popcorn bar. Seebeck's commissioned 'Hope' keychains and donated 100% of the profits, raising $200 for this good cause.