Entries by Jeff Burkhart

CUNA Mutual Group Foundation announces $200,000 gift to support adult learners at Literacy Network

On Jan 25, 2018, the CUNA Mutual Group Foundation announced a $200,000 gift to support Literacy Network’s Capital Campaign. “One in seven adults in Dane County struggles with literacy. That’s 55,000 people. Literacy Network helps open doors and reduces poverty. That’s why we are such a huge supporter,” said Beth Cutler, Community Relations & Foundation […]

Challenge Grant Met

  You made it happen!  As of January 31, 2017 the total raised is $251,176 towards the campaign. This brings our campaign total to $1,947,128.21 and we couldn’t be more thankful for you support.  All of the donors who issued this challenge were committed to helping raise these gifts and for their commitment and yours […]

$250,000 Challenge and Match

  A group of very generous donors has stepped up to issue a $250,000 challenge. Gifts to the campaign of any amount from now until January 31 will be matched dollar for dollar up to $250,000. Your gifts will help Literacy Network build capacity to double the number of adult learners we serve. Here’s a snapshot of […]

Grand Opening Celebration

Please join us for our Grand Opening of our brand new home on Wednesday, October 26 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at 701 Dane St., Madison, Wisconsin 53713. We will have a short program featuring Dane County Executive Joe Parisi, Madison College President Jack Daniels III, a learner and Literacy Network board member along with a ribbon cutting to celebrate […]

A Learner Success Story

Congratulations to Lyjya Miles, who was sworn into the Madison Police Department this week! THIS is why we do what we do! See more of NBC 15’s coverage here: http://ow.ly/2lF7303iJ2M  

Your name in Dane Arts mural!

We’re happy to share that Dane Arts is supporting our project by assigning a team of muralists to custom design a donor recognition mural. Donors who have given at least $1,000 to the campaign will have their names included in this beautiful creative project! The mural uses paper samples of Literacy Network learner writing from […]