The Willever-Rupell Society was created in 2000 as the Willever Society to help the squad offset the cost of paying the mortgage on the squad building. The squad received a large bequest from the estate of Helen and Clark Willever which enabled the squad to purchase the land on which to build the building. Orville L. Rupell, Jr. was a former township committeeman and mayor and a very strong supporter of the squad and a great asset in helping the building become a reality. Without the dedication and generosity of these people, the squad building would not exist. It was renamed the Willever-Rupell Society in 2007 after the death of Orville Rupell.
The Willever-Rupell Society covers approximately 50 percent of the mortgage payments each year. Each member of the Willever-Rupell Society donates $100 per year to help the squad pay the mortgage on the squad building. There is currently 10 years remaining on the mortgage.