Support Literacy in Wisconsin
You can help us continue our mission of improving lives by providing leadership, support and a statewide voice for adult and family literacy efforts. Wisconsin Literacy, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and relies on corporate sponsorships and individual donations to provide the support, training and advocacy community-based adult literacy providers need to serve their students. Gifts to Wisconsin Literacy, Inc. also support our Health Literacy Division.
All donations are tax-deductible and can be sent to:
Wisconsin Literacy, Inc.
211 S. Paterson St., Suite 260
Madison, WI 53703
Or, donate electronically through our website.
Wisconsin Literacy, Inc. is a proud member of Community Shares of Wisconsin. Our membership provides us with critical funding for our operation. You can play an important role in helping sustain Wisconsin Literacy right where you work through payroll deduction. We are especially grateful for this funding because every dollar we receive through Community Shares is “unrestricted,” meaning that we can designate it to our greatest needs. For a list of the employers offering payroll deduction to Community Shares member programs, visit the Partner Businesses section of the Community Shares of Wisconsin website.
Wisconsin Literacy T-shirts and Gifts
Are you the "bookish" type? Want to proclaim your love for literacy? Check out our Wisconsin Literacy designed T's, sweatshirts and gifts on Cafe Press. A portion of every sale in the Wisconsin Literacy Shop supports our statewide coalition.
Designate Wisconsin Literacy as the nonprofit of your choice and every time you shop at Amazon using AmazonSmile, we will receive a percentage of the proceeds. Quick and easy. Use this link to sign up. Then select and save Wisconsin Literacy for future purchases.
Our member's literacy programs are designed to provide much needed services in their communities. Find a program near you.
The literacy work of our members generates real change in their communities. Find out more about some of their success stories.