The building has been purchased!

Thanks to the many campaign donors who have already contributed to this effort, Literacy Network purchased the former Wingra Clinic on June 16, 2015. We are working toward our goal of $3 million to make the needed renovations to the building before we can move in the middle of 2016.

Many thanks to the following donors who have helped us make the incredible progress we have made so far in our campaign:

Fanny Anguiano
Richard and Elizabeth Askey
Karen Bender
Laurie Benson
Richard and Sheri Birrenkott
Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation
Lau and Bea Christensen
City of Madison
Carol Cohen
CUNA Mutual Foundation
Jeff Burkhart and Eva Shiffrin
Magic Pebble Foundation
First Business Bank
Marie and Dale Ganser
Fred Gants
Webcrafters Foundation
Beth and Fermin Gaytan
Michael Goldsberry
Hausmann-Johnson Insurance
Liz Herbst
Jason Iverson
J. H. Findorff & Son
Autumn Jackson
Shawn and Jessica Jackson
Burneatta Bridge and John Selbo
Stephen and Susan Labelle
Stuart Levitan
Marvin Levy
Stephen and Patricia Lucas
Peter and Jill Lundberg
Rich and Mary Lynch
Madison Gas & Electric Foundation, Inc
Dwayne McMillen
Jack Meyer
Jonathan and Maureen Miner
Nancy and Tom Mohs
Dipesh Navsaria
Jane Nemke-Earl
Bill and Mary Niedermeier
Laura Ortiz Cruz
Jennifer Peterson
Ximena Restrepo
Barb and John Rockenbach
Erika Rosales
Royalty Fund of Triangle Community Foundation
Jane Scharer
Richard and Judy Mahy Shiffrin
Julie and Timothy Snyder
Shawn Steen
Patty Stockdale
Timpano Group
Tara Torrens
US Bank

Hosting a Literacy Network 101

Literacy Network has a great story to be told, as you know if you’re already supporting us. We need more people to know about the work of our volunteers and staff.  One of the best ways to share our story is word of mouth.

At Literacy Network 101, your friends and colleagues can learn more about the challenges faced by low-literate adults. Our hour-long LitNet 101 presentation is offered every month, and is a great way to hear more about the needs of our community as well as the programs Literacy Network has in place to address those needs.

Let us introduce you to adults impacted by low-literacy and how, through working with our programs, they are able to overcome their challenges. Best of all, you’ll learn how YOU can make a difference. We can host the event here at the Literacy Network office, at your office, or in your home.  Invite your friends, family, coworkers to hear about what we do.  To schedule a LitNet 101 contact Jen Davie at jdavie@litnetwork.org or 608-244-3911.