BGCDC NEW ANNUAL REPORT

WHATEVER IT TAKES TO BUILD GREAT FUTURES

2020-2021 ANNUAL REPORT

A LETTER FROM THE CEO

Dear Community Friend and Supporter,

As the end of year nears, we reflect on the many reasons to be grateful in anticipation of a new year, 2022. This year has been a hard one. Yet, we have demonstrated how we can overcome challenges through the power of togetherness. Together , we have provided over 1,000 COVID-19 vaccinations to underserved communities to ensure equity in access. Together , we have provided 140 youth access to summer employment opportunities, earning an income for themselves and to help support their families. Together , we have embarked on the largest initiative in the history of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County with the McKenzie Regional Workforce Center, to make sure youth have options to skilled trades careers pathways, equal to our college career pathway. Through YOUR generosity, we: • Supported over 4,000 youth and families, through education & career development, health & wellness, character & leadership, sports & recreation, and family engagement enrichment programming. • Provided over 5,000 community meals when food insecurity was at its highest • Led the coordination of the 1st African American statue being erected on any state capitol grounds, honoring the legacy of Vel Phillips. We have accomplished so much together, and there is still much work to do. We thank you for your support in this year. It’s because of YOU, we can make a lasting impact on the lives of young people and families. We remain committed to our mission - “to inspire and empower all young people, especially those who need us themost”. As we continue tomove our mission forward, we know we have a greater impact, together. Please support our youth and their futures. On behalf of our members, families, and community, THANK YOU, for your past and future monetary gifts.

MICHAEL JOHNSON, MBA PRESIDENT & CEO BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF DANE & WALWORTH COUNTY

With Warmest Regards,

Michael Johnson, MBA President & CEO Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane & Walworth Counties

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CLUB LOCATIONS

Taft Street Boys & Girls Clubs 2001 Taft Street Madison, WI 53713 Allied Family Center Boys & Girls Clubs 4619 Jenewin Road Fitchburg, WI 53711 McKenzie Family Boys & Girls Clubs 232 Windsor Street Sun Prairie, WI 53590 Walworth County Boys & Girls Clubs P. O. BOX 158 Delavan, WI 53115

CLUB INFORMATION Yearly Membership Scholarship Rates $10-$25 Members 4,489 Employees 70 Board Members 29 Program Partners 86 Total Volunteers 400 SATELLITE CLUBS Cherokee Heights Middle School James C. Wright Middle School East High School La Follette High School Memorial High School Verona Area High School West High School Delevan-Darien High School

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STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK 2020-2025

HIGH QUALITY PROGRAMS

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Establish and refine innovative programming models that ensure high-quality youth development and drives positive outcomes.

CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT Be a leader in continuous quality improvement by measuring outcomes to deepen impact for youth, families and communities.

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ENGAGED WORKFORCE & VOLUNTEERS Increase organizational capabilities by building strong, engaged staff and volunteers, including Board and communities.

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LONG TERM IMPACT

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Build a collective brand that inspires stakeholders to invest their time, talent and treasure for our members.

ADVOCACY FOR YOUTH

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Advocate for wellbeing of youth, families and communities.

STRATEGIC GROWTH

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Build financial sustainability to strategically serve more youth, families, and communities.

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DEMOGRAPHICS & FINANCES

MEMBER AND FINANCIAL OVERVIEW

CLUB-BASED MEMBERSHIP 2,612

SCHOOL-BASED MEMBERSHIP 1,877

YOUTH OF COLOR 90 %

TOTAL REVENUE $11,188,000 * • Contributed Support: 86% • Special Events: 16%

TOTAL EXPENSES $5,621,000 • Programs: 72% • Development: 15% • Administrations: 14%

• United Way: 1% • Fees & Other: 1%

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1%

15%

14%

16%

72%

86%

*Financial surplus due to Mckenzie Regional Workforce Center Capital Campaign and Endowment. Revenue comes from a variety of sources, including grants, contract for service, donations and membership fees. Fundraising campaigns include direct mail, online and special events. All donations are voluntary.

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ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS

YOUTH OF THE YEAR

Since 1947, Youth of the Year has been Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s premier recognition program, celebrating the extraordinary achievements of Club members. Each year, one exceptional young person from a Boys & Girls Club rises to the role of Youth of the Year. The Youth of the Year serves as both an exemplary ambassador for Boys & Girls Club youth and as a strong voice for all of our nation’s young people. Vanessa has been a member of the Boys & Girls Clubs for four years, and just graduated with the Madison East Class of 2021. Vanessa has showcased her leadership skills through her participation in various Club programs (DCE, YLSC, YOY) and in her school activities. Vanessa hopes to become a Child Psychologist and is studying Psychology at UW- Madison.

“Throughout my journey with the Boys and Girls Club I have developed skills and supportive relationships with my peers, mentors, and staff. I believe the mission of this Club aligns with my values and I’m glad I have the opportunity to be a part of this community. Becoming an advocate is easier than it sounds because anyone can make a difference and it’s never too late to start.”

Vanessa Bahena Hernandez BGCDC Youth of the Year 2021 Madison East High School UW-Madison Class of 2025

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ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS MOVE4BGC & WHITE PARTY

Boys and Girls Clubs of Dane County was excited to host our 19th annual MOVE4BGC (previously known as BIKE4BGC) and White Party. This family friendly event brought together walkers, runners, bikers and virtual participants for a fun filled event promoting healthy lifestyles while raising funds for the McKenzie Regional Workforce Center and NEW Skilled Trades program pathway in partnership with Madison Area Builders Association. Over 670 walkers, runners, bikers and virtual movers participated in MOVE4BGC. Just as the sun started to set, music filled the air at the BGCDC White Party! Guests enjoyed delicious tapas and danced the night away under the stars at the site of the futureMcKenzie Regional Workforce Center. Valerie B & the Boys kept the over 250 guests on the dance floor making it an incredible night to remember! Funds raised through MOVE4BGC & The White Party will cover the cost of equipment, furnishings and first year operating expenses for the NEW Skilled Trades program pathway.

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ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS

MCKENZIE REGIONAL WORKFORCE CENTER

BGCDC and Madison Area Builders Association (MABA) are on a path to addressing the shortage of trained skilled trades workers by establishing a Regional Skilled Trades Training Center and Program. The building is being purchased and donated to BGCDC by John McKenzie and family. The NEW Center and Program will mean creating opportunities for youngadults toaccess resources, programming, andsupport systems that will mitigate achievement gaps, create economic opportunities, accelerate economic mobility and generate transformational change for families in South Central Wisconsin. The skilled trades job market in Madison, Wisconsin and the surrounding area is very active. As of April 30, 2021, the average annual pay for the skilled trades jobs category in Madison is $42,024 a year. The McKenzie Regional Workforce Center will educate and support interested youth (16-24) to pursue careers as plumbers, carpenters, HVAC technicians, and electricians, to name just a few of the possibilities. Curriculum will also include entrepreneurial classes to show our youth how they can potentially build a business in the construction trades. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County and Madison Area Builders Association are raising funds for an endowment to ensure the center is self-sustaining. We appreciate the support of all our partners, our donors and the community for helping to make this the largest regional skilled trades workforce center in Wisconsin.

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ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS

HISTORIC CIVIL RIGHTS RECOGNITION HAPPENING IN WISCONSIN

The first statue on the grounds of a State Capitol of an African American woman will be in Madison, Wisconsin. Velvalea “Vel” Hortense Rodgers Phillips, served in many roles during her life. Her various positions as lawyer, judge, politician, and Civil Rights activist make her one of the most prominent and accomplished figures of Milwaukee and Wisconsin’s African American community.

Vel Phillips was known for many firsts, including the following historic designations:

• First African American woman to graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School • First female and first African American elected to the Milwaukee Common Council • First African American judge in the State of Wisconsin • First African American woman to be elected to a statewide office in Wisconsin and the entire nation. The achievements of Vel Phillip’s will be displayed for generations to come. The community will visit the Capitol and learn about her incredible life. The Vel Phillips Educational Fund was recently launched by the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County to support educational opportunities for youth in Wisconsin. To learn how you can support this project visit: h ttps://www.classy.org/campaign/vel-phillips-statue-fundraiser/c321457

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ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS

URBAN LAND INTERESTS DONATES OFFICE ON CAPITAL SQUARE Urban Land Interests donated a prime location on Capitol Square to Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County. The space at 1 N Pinckney Street will become home to BGCDC, Feeding The Youth, Madison 365 and the Black Men Coalition of Dane County, and will function as a volunteer center for theCluband training space for nonprofits. BGCDC will work with nonprofit organizations and small minority owned businesses to host events and pop-up shops in the retail portion of the building. “We are thankful for Urban Land Interest for donating this space and very excited for our community partners,” says Michael Johnson, President and CEO of BGCDC. “We are committed to doing some phenomenal things here.” The lot at 1 N Pinckney Street was originally occupied by the American House Hotel, owned and operated by one of Madison’s first Black businessman, Beverly Jefferson. After the hotel burned down in 1868, the current building was built in 1871 and would become home to Park Savings Bank and then American Exchange Bank. Most recently, it housed the American Family Dreambank, a hub for entrepreneurship and innovation, until they moved a few blocks down East Washington.

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ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS

VACCINE CLINICS & AWARENESS CAMPAIGN

Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County partnered with Fitchburg Family Pharmacy and UW Madison School of Pharmacy to host three COVID-19 vaccination clinics in April for ages 18 and older.

Clinics took place in April and May at the BGCDC’s three Clubs in Sun Prairie, Madison, and Fitchburg and the BGC of Walworth County.

BGCDC also hosted a week of events as part of a COVID-19 vaccine awareness campaign. The goal was to increase vaccine awareness for community members and healthcare professionals by addressing the historical and contemporary foundation of hesitancy and dispelling vaccine misinformation. Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County also invited youth ages 13-24 to create a thoughtful Public Service Announcement (PSA) sharing positive COVID-19 vaccination facts to dispel vaccine hesitancy and inspire hope within the Dane and Walworth County communities. Peyton Barber was selected as the FIRST Place Video Submission Winner, the 2nd Place Winner is Olga Gatesi and our 3rd Place Winners are Raena Grainger Balachandar Ilango, and Seideuk Weigel. Congratulations!

Over 1,000 community members received vaccinations through this partnership!

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CHARACTER & LEADERSHIP

KEYSTONE Keystone Clubs provided leadership development opportunities for young people ages 14 to 18. Youth participated in activities in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service. With the guidance of an adult advisor, Keystone Clubs aimed to have a positive impact on members, the Club and community. JR. STAFF Youth learned the basics of job readiness, professionalism and work ethic through our Junior Staff Program inside of our Clubs. This program focused on three specific training tracks; Membership Services, Assistant in the Child Care Program and Sports Specialists. MONEY MINI CAMP Current NFL player and former Badger Alec Ingold taught Boys &Girls Clubs members financial literacy models designed to help students understand budgeting, saving, managing risk, online banking, and credit. This youth professional development opportunity was designed to launch student’s careers through social media training, goal setting, public speaking, dressing for your job, and interviewing.

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HEALTH & WELLNESS

MENTAL HEALTH Mental health effects during the global pandemic were very important to monitor, especially in children. Staff provided a safe, caring environment for youth to deal with the sudden changes to their social lives and daily routines, the inability to access education, food insecurity, and more. HEALTHY HABITS Healthy Habits emphasized good nutrition, regular exercise, and improved overall well-being. Our kids have been making healthy snacks such as taco pizzas and fruit dip, as well as discussing other types of healthy snacks they can make and enjoy at home! Our Clubs will continue to enjoy the Healthy Habits program. FAMILY GARDEN CLUB A volunteer led program, members learned about the basics and benefits of gardening, composting, and plants through hands on engaging activities. Members were also responsible for the weeding, watering, and harvesting throughout our summer programming. The Garden Club focused on teamwork and leadership skills as they work alongside their peers for a common goal.

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EDUCATION & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

AVID/TOPS

Advancement Via Individual Determination/Teens of Promise (AVID/TOPS) is a high intensity, in-school and out-of-school partnership between Madison Metropolitan School District (AVID) and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Dane County (TOPS). AVID/ TOPS members increase their GPAs, attendance, high school graduation rate, college acceptance, college persistence and college completion. AVID/College Club Our Cherokee Heights and James C. Wright Middle School partnerships served 134 members in 7th & 8th grade through virtual college field trips, guest speakers, and experiential learning opportunities! AVID/College Ready Scholars Verona Area High School expanded to include an AVID elective class for 128 members! With this expansion came an additional class of 9th graders, with a plan to double our program size in the next 4 years! BGCDC staff connected students with 9 tutors who provide coaching during their free lunch time for additional academic support. AVID/TOPS Program focused on supporting students in 9 – 12 grade to develop the writing, inquiry, collaboration, organization and reading skills needed to be college and career ready. • 91% of AVID/TOPS members were retained this school year (20-21) • 84% of AVID/TOPS seniors class of 2021 took at least one AP Class • 75% of AVID/TOPS seniors applied to 3+ colleges • 75% of the Class of 2021 enrolled on-time in college • 44% of AVID/TOPS juniors earned a 3.0+ GPA TOPS College Success Program The TOPS College Success Program, a continuation of the AVID/TOPS high school program, supports AVID/TOPS graduates in persisting through the college enrollment process to college graduation. • 46.4% of the Class of 2015 have earned a degree in 6 years since high school graduation • 68% of the Class of 2020 persisted to their 2nd year of college

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EDUCATION & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Our paid summer interns worked both virtually and in-person with internship partners across Dane County for meaningful opportunities to build skills, confidence, and connections in their fields of interest. Interns participated in weekly professional development sessions at our Club on the Square. Topics included How to Job Hunt with Peter Gray Executive Search, Microaggressions in the Workplace with Dane County Office for Equity & Inclusion, Money Management with Natalie Ponce at UW Credit Union, and Homeownership. Digital Career Experience: 46 members A fully virtual internship experience for Boys & Girls Clubs members allowed students to experience all of the benefits of a summer internship without leaving home. Participants explored their career interests, built job-ready skills, networked with local professionals and worked on collaborative projects to build teamwork, communication, and technology skills for the workplace! Career Exploration: 47 Members Career Exploration is the first step in our career readiness process, for 8th & 9th grade BGCDC members. Students explored their career interests and career pathways, networked with local college educators and professionals, and explored their own skills and strengths. This is the stepping stone for the Digital Career Experience program, helping our members to first narrow down their career pathway and next steps before taking a more focused approach. Social Media Ambassadors: 10 This is an internship experience for BGCDC members interested in exploring the intersection of social media & social justice. Interns learned about social activism, social justice, and how to create impactful social media content which amplifies the issues that matter to them and their community. SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

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EDUCATION & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

BOSS: 5 Members The Building Opportunities for Student Success summer skill-building program partnered with BOSS (a local nonprofit), for BGCDC members interested in architecture and design careers to build tangible and competency skills including drawing, physical model building, design thinking, creative problem solving, presenting, and software skills related to design. Each student completed a final project and portfolio of their work for future use. Upon completion, members are eligible to apply for architectural and design-related internships with partners in Madison the following year. UW Health: 15 Members The UW Health Digital Career Experience is a unique opportunity for Boys & Girls Clubs members interested in healthcare related fields to explore career pathways, connect with professionals in their fields of interest, and collaborate on tangible projects that benefit UW Hospitals & Clinics stakeholders. Youth Environmental Leadership Experience: 6 Members The Youth Environmental Leadership Experience is a partnership with Dane County Land & Water Resources where BGCDC members engaged in the exploration of natural resource careers, building leadership skills, and learning about the environment through field experience and outdoor recreation. Students met virtually and once weekly to participate in outdoors activities such as biking across Madison and canoeing. Corporate Summer Internship Partners Thank you to our corporate partners for providing summer paid internships; Access Community Health, BMO Harris Bank, Boardman & Clark, Books4Schools, Curate Solutions, Dane County Government, Epic, Erdman, Flad Architects, Frank Beverages, Hope’s Home Ministries, Jewish Federation of Madison, LIFT Dane, Madison Gas & Electric, Madison Youth Arts, Millennium Geospatial, Quartz Health Insurance, Temple Beth El, Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, and Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice.

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SPORTS & RECREATION

GIRLS ON THE RUN Focused on understanding oneself, valuing relationships and teamwork, and recognizing how young women can shape the world at large via fitness and long distance running. The “Allied Power Squad” successfully ran their very first 5k this year! PITCH HIT AND RUN A program in partnership with the MLB, Madison Mallards and the Gugle Family Foundation, Pitch Hit & Run is the Official Youth Skills Competition of MLB. This free program allows baseball and softball participants the opportunity to advance through three levels of competition with a chance to culminate at the MLB World Series! BOULDERS CLIMBING WALLS 2 Climbing Walls were installed in our Taft St and Allied Family Center in 2020 in partnership with ADIDAS, 1Climb, El Dorado Climbing and Boulders Climbing Gym. Our local Boulders Climbing Gym provides trained staff to expose our members to the world of rocking climbing and bouldering. In addition to creating an inclusive and environment that fosters team building, Boulders Climbing Gym provides realistic opportunities to participate at local gyms and be a part of the climbing community.

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THE ARTS

MAYDM Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County partners with Maydm to demystify technology and programming for members while instilling confidence to become innovators. Maydm partners with our clubs to prepare students for a future in STEM through immersive programs and workshops. SUN PRAIRIE MEDIA CENTER Sun Prairie Media Center gave opportunities for Prairie Phoenix Academy Students to experience what it’s like to story board, record, andeditvideosusingcomputersoftware. Thisprogramming created valuable and real-life STEM opportunities. LISTEN TO OUR YOUTH - PSA Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County wanted to ensure that youth were engaged in the conversation about COVID-19 vaccines, especially now that vaccines are available. Lives have been greatly disrupted by the pandemic. The goal of this competition is to give youth a platform to share factual, positive information regarding COVID-19 and vaccines to inspire hope in our communities!

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WALWORTH COUNTY BGCWC

A nationally recognized program promotes positive academic outcomesbypairing youthwithgraduationcoacheswhomeetweekly to reinforce the importance of education, healthy relationships, communication skills, organization, & building confidence so that they can succeed academically. The Boys & Girls Club of Walworth County in partnership with the Delavan-Darien School hosts the program at Phoenix Middle School in Delavan, WI. The program is designed to help low-income middle and high school students remain engaged in school. Members have family income below 200% of the federal poverty level. BGC Walworth Club also hosted monthly Meals 2 Go events and distributed over 600 books giveaways at the local elementary school and the holiday Let it Glow Festival. Throughout the year, the Club hosted both Covid Testing & Vaccine Clinics serving over 750 community members. Boys & Girls Club of Walworth County partnered with 52 local businesses and served over 2,500 community members through meal distribution efforts, access to resources, and youth & family engagement activities BE GREAT: GRADUATE

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THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS! $1,000,000 - $5,000,000 Drexel Building Supply

Madison Community Foundation Madison Gas & Electric Foundation, Inc. National Guardian Life OJJDP Grant Springs Window Fashions State of Wisconsin Division of Early Care and Education Theda & Tamblin Clark Smith Family Foundation

John & Jo Ellen McKenzie Jon McMurtrie Lean Focus Nicholas Caruccio Scott Larrivee Shelly Glover Foundation (Carmella Glover) Tim & Pat Size UW Hospitals & Clinics Authority $5,000 – $9,999 Arby’s Foundation Ashley Rios Bank of Sun Prairie Blaine & Kim Renfert Boys & Girls Clubs of America - Old Navy Boys & Girls Clubs of America - Play Ball Grant Boys & Girls Clubs of America - ThermoFisher Scientific Grant Capitol Bank Cary & Brenda McNatt Charles McLimans and Richard Merrion Christopher & Kelli Richards Cummings Christensen Family Foundation CUNA Mutual Group David Kuenzi and Mary Wyman Dick’s Sporting Goods Foundation First Business Bank Gary & Lynn Mecklenburg Green Bay Packers Foundation Group Health Cooperative Herb Kohl Philanthropies James Intagliata Jennifer Anne Sereno & David Sereno Jerry Smith Jessica Rybaski Jim & Jill Krogstad Leslie Frisinger M3 Insurance Foundation Mary & Richard Lynch David Anders David Canon Meicher Family Charitable Foundation Memorial United Church of Christ Mo Money Foundation, Inc. Nestor Rodriguez

T. Jerome Frautschi Foundation Pleasant Rowland Foundation Steve Schlecht $500,000 - $999,999 American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation Burke Foundation $100,000 - $499,999 Ascendium Education Solutions, Inc BMO Harris City of Madison Diane Ballweg Nikki Wachter Out of School Grant Richard & Jean McKenzie Veridian Homes William S Knight Foundation, Inc. $50,000 - $99,999 Anonymous Donors Bergstrom Corporation ClearyBuilding Corporation John H. Lussier CLAT Marianna Fuchs Mary Burke Mary P. Burke Education Fund Olson Toon Landscaping Shree Kalluri State of Wisconsin Advancing Health Equity Grant Taco Bell Foundation Timothy Metcalfe United Way Dane County $25,000 - $49,999 CARE Child Assistance Grant Carol Chulew CUNA Mutual Foundation Daniel & Julie Hartung Dave & Terri Beck-Engel Eric Schwartz Jewish Federation of Madison, Inc. JH Findorff & Son

Verona Area School District Wagner Development Fund $10,000 - $24,999 Wisconsin After 3 Grant Oak Bank Damon Baker Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, Inc. Tim O’Brien Homes Fred & Lonna Peterson Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation Fitchburg Family Pharmacy Be Great: Graduate Grant Happily Ever After Marvin P Verhulst Foundation Nelnet, Inc Roots & Wings Foundation The Evjue Foundation US Cellular Peggy Hedberg Jean Smith Revocable Trust Naviant Inc Paul Tonnesen United Way of Walworth County

Kwik Trip, Inc. Craig Parsons 365 Media Foundation, Inc. Boardman & Clark LLP Amy Arenz Annie Bockhop Anthem, Inc Bob Smith & Terry Hankes-Smith Daniel & Jennifer Vondrak Fred & Ann Rouse Irving & Dorothy Levy Family Foundation Jeffrey & Karen Tallard

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Peggy & Tom Pyle (Pyle Foundation) Petar Igic & Jennifer Penzotti Prescott Family Foundation Quartz Health Solutions Rich & Mary Lynch Riordan Family Foundation Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin UnityPoint Health - Meriter UW Department of Radiology Van Holten’s Wisconsin Bank & Trust $1,000 - $4,999 21st Century Grant A.E.A.O.N.M.S., Inc Aaron Olson Abrigo Ace American Insurance Co. (M3) Adam Sauder Susan Goldwomon Terry & Annie Bolz Thomas Thousand Andi Owen Andy Eyers Anna Emery Hanson Charitable Trust Anne Niebler Anthony Hudson Ash Coleman Barbara Schuler Ben Scharpf Beth & Mike Korth Betty and Walter Gray Betty Custer Bill DeAtley Blackhawk Evangelical Free Church Bonnie Benson Boulders, Inc. Boys & Girls Clubs of America Brat Fest Inc Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Advent Lutheran Church Mission Endowment Fund Allen & Joan Liegel Amanda Pun Amy Henderson Amy Rountree

Brittani Redfearn Brooke Hitching Buck & Honey’s Restaurant Cami Daley Cardinal Heating & Air Conditioning Carl Kugler Carol & Dean Schroeder Charles Thomas Child Care Counts Chris & Jessica Connors Christine Dillon Christine Wooddell

Gary and Jayne Gerhard Mullican Gillian Blake

Gloria Ladson-Billings Goodman’s Jewelers Grace Episcopal Church Grace Sisson Greg & Courtney Meyer Gretchen Patey Guy Comer Gwendolyn Dansby Gymfinity Children’s Activity Center Hedi Rudd Helen Christiansen & Alan Heggen Hilldale Shopping Center LLC Invest In Others Charitable Foundation Jacob Li Rosenberg Jacquelyn Hunt James & Kathleen Sosnouski James Auron James McParland

Christopher Yungmann City Church Madison City of Fitchburg Claire Dick Claire Tradewell Colony Brands Foundation Connie Hagen Culver’s Mineral Point Road Curate Solutions, Inc. Cynthia Kievet Dan Hawk Daniel & Kathryn Olszewski Charitable Fund Daniel & Robin McCarthy

James Nelson James O’Brien Jan Fulwiler Jan Klein

Janet Loewi Jason Marx Jeffrey Grossman Jennifer Lohr

Daniel Esposito Daniel Hamilton

Daniel Kaplan Daniel Norton Daniella Molle David & Judith Lathrop David Feldstein Delta Dental of WI Denise Pieroni Donna Montgomery

Jeremy Scharnick Jessica B. Lanius Jessica Doyle Joe Kuhn Joe Mixon Joe Uebersetzig John & Christine Berthelsen John & Jeanne Shearer John Aeschlimann John Benson John Pearson Johnson Bank - Ricardo Lloyd Jon Miller Jonathan Davis Joy Matthews Judy Wahr

Douglas Egre Dustin Dean Eldon L. Ulrich Elizabeth Krznarich End Time Ministries International Enterprise Rent-A-Car Exclusively Roses, Inc. First United Methodist Church Frank Poggio Full Mile Beer Co. & Kitchen Gary & Kathleen Suter

JW Remodeling Kaelin Fontaine

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THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS!

$1,000 - $4,999 - continued Karl Taeuber Katherine Foley Katherine Morrow Kathleen Page Piper Kathleen Piper Kathy Pline Katie Meyer Keelie Jones Keith Schulz Kevin & Mary Van Kleeck Kimberly Stepien Kirby Henderson Kosnick Financial Group, Inc.

Natalie Senecal Nathan Toth National Christian Foundation West Michigan Nick Topitzes Nick Zweifel Nissa Judd Noble Knight Games NorthCity Church - Chris Bocklage Pat Hackworthy Patrick McBride Paul Neitzel Pawn America Minnesota LLC Philip Lindemann Phillip & Carol Andersen Phillip Gantz Plastic Ingenuity Prairie Flowers & Gifts, LLC Rachel Groman Ralph H. Jackson Jr. & Marie Jackson Rhyme Richard & Kathleen Holthaus Pam Ploetz Park Bank

Susan Riley Susan Brown Susan Hagness Susan Jane Curtis Sylla Zarov TASC Tasha Severson Ted Rueger Ted Vaala Terri Young The Arntsen Erickson Charitable Account Fund The Covia Foundation The Fowler Company LLC The MeherBaba Fund The Signatry The University of Wisconsin Madison Theresa & Scott Klug Theresa Roetter Thomas & Kathleen Thousand Tom Gugel Family Fund (Jay Gugel) Toni Pabon Travis Gavinski US Bank UW Medical Foundation W.Lee Hansen Welton Enterprises, Inc. Wes Foell Will & Kathy Strycker WIPFLi Yehle Family Zach Nigh

Kristina Nardi Larry Bridges Laura Houser Lauren Blough LaVonne Bennett

Lisa Murray Lori J Cayton M3 Insurance Madison 365 Media Foundation Madison Homebrewers & Tasters Guild Madison South Rotary Foundation Maggie Molter Pascaly Marc Syvertsen Margaret Lindberg Marilyn Lavin Marilyn Silvester Mark Cambier Mark Rooney & Gail Morton Mary Ann Cooke Mary Rath

Robert & Angela Flannery Robert & Nancy Knutson Robert Kilgust Rod Silva Ron & Deborah Krantz Ronald Anderson Russ & Jean Endres

Ruth Sullivan Ryan McGuire Sally Raschick Sally Wilmeth & Terry Geurkink Sarah Ghee Scott Resnick Shannon Wieland Sherry Reames Sisson Family Fund SPX Flow Technology Stanley Livingston Stella’s of Madison Inc. Stephanie Harrison Summit Credit Union Sun Prairie Rotary Foundation Supporting Families Together Association

$500 - $999 Aaron Frank Aaron Perry

Matthew Hanson Megan Neuman Michael & Patricia Filbrandt

Adam Tyksinski Allison Riendeau Amanda Bardosy Amanda Romero Amy Armstrong Amy Guthrie Amy Throndsen Ann Marie Jones

Michael Allen Michael Fitch Michael Smith Michael Weiden

Michelle Manning Michelle Steffens Michelle Swanson Mona Nelson $1,000 - $4,999 – continued Myra McNair

Ann Moffat Annie Chu April Dichraff

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Badger Plug Co. B’Ann Gabelt Barbara Corsi

Emily Buckingham Emily Cox Emma Czarapata Encore Homes, Inc. Eric Welch First Unitarian Society

Julie Bass Julie Bauer Julie Byrnes Julie Swanson Justin Balantekin Kappa Psi Omega Chapter of AKA Karen & Robert Klostermann

Barbara Nehls-Lowe Benjamin Heidemann Bernard Kennedy Beth Moss Brian Duffy Brian Mayhew Brittany Burreson Brock Ryan Carla Fischer Cary McNatt Cathy Wendorf Celia Kiela Charles & Helen Read Charles Quade Charles Yu Bruce Rounds Cara Theisen Carl Fernandez

Foley & Lardner Fortune Painting Frank Kilpatrick Fred Lee & Marjorie Dimaggio Gail Nordheim Gary Kakazu Geoffrey Sandler Gloria Mari-Beffa Grant & Sarah Frautschi Greater Milwaukee Foundation Inc. Greg Albert Hunter’s Auto Service, Inc. Jacqueline Quinn Jaime Hofer

Karen Cornwell Karl Whitemarsh

Katharine Penning Kathleen Flannery Kathleen Wannemuehler

Kathryn Hagel Katie Sekelsky Kaye Ketterer

Ken Joose Ken Streit Kenneth Gilbertson Kevin Fassbender Kieran Clark Kikkoman Foods, Inc. Kirkland W. Davis Kris Pongratz Kristina Heredia Walsh Kristine Brewer Kristy Rogers Kunes Family Foundation Inc.

James Imhoff James Laudon Jan & Jane Erlandson Janice Fleenor Jay Allen Jay Gillespie Jay Gugel Jean & Rodney Jacobson Jeanne Pickering Jennie Maunnamalai Jeremy O’Brien Jim & Nan Youngerman

Chulee Hallick Colin Shekem Courtney Henry Covenant Presbyterian Church Curtis Patton Dan Maloney Daniel & Kathryn Olszewski Daniel Minahan David & Sarah Allen

Kyle Johnson Larry Jackson Laura Ford-Harris Linda Baumann Linda Olson Lisa Newman Lisa Suter Liz Woods Londa Krueger Madelyn Leopold Madison Civics Club

David Balsiger David Endres Deborah Neuman Deborah Smith Delavan Lions Club Dianne Greenley Dorothy Edwards Dorothy Steele Duane Hendrickson Dylan Howard Efrat Livny Eileen Doyle Elisabeth Angelos Elizabeth Parsons Elizabeth Tucker Diana Merrill Diane Peltin

Jim & Peggy Possin JJ Streicher-Bremer Joanne Kane Jodi Ziegler Joe Chatham

Joe Siefkes Joel Coyne John Bolz

Maggie Friedell Mandy Marcum Marc & Astrid Vaccaro Margaret & Thomas Washa Mark & Candace Moody Mark Shapiro Mark Shults & Nancy Vedder-Shults Mark Weiderhaft Mark Young

John Broihahn John Crandall John Greene Jon Emerick

Jonathan Kieffer Joseph Christian Joseph Hildebrandt

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THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS!

$500 - $999 - continued Marla Frank Martin & Erin Mathias Mary Detra Mary Scholle Maxwell J Oakes Maya Nigrosh Meaghan McCowey Megan Slempkes-Brace Melvin Nieuwenhuis

Ross Kraemer Sally Jarosz Sals-Miles Charitable Fund Scott Tiedemann Sean & Denise Mullen Shane Cicero Shawn Eagan Shive-Hattery Architecture & Engineering Sophie Anstreicher Stark Real Estate Company Steffanie Johnson Stephen Young Steve Ludwig Steven Bartunek Steven Lipton Sue & Chris Holsman Sue Ellis Melrose Sue Kidd Susan Rees Tamara Kohlhoff Tania Thousand Thomas & Kristin Blitz Thorpe & Christian, S.C.

Adeline Peck Advanced Auto Clinic Alaina Money-Garman Alandes Powell Alex Kocher Alexander Langkau Alison Craig-Shashko Amanda Earle Amanda Hingst Amanda Kita-Yarbro

Michael Polelle Michael Quist Michael Schroeder Mike Mathison

Amanda Singer Amanda Smith Amber Dwyer AMP Financial Amy Barger Amy Dietz Amy Lynn Dunn

Milo Martin Mindi Giftos Moses Altsech Nadav Shelef Nancy Murray

Amy McCall Amy Wagner Andrew Dick & Jeanne Vergeront Andrew Floro Andrew Genne Andrew Potts Andrew Suesse Andrew Wagner Andy Bartel Angela & Joseph Schwartz Angela G Woodward Angie Roloff Ann & Benjamin Imig Ann Boyer Ann Gierl Ann Jablonski Ann Moyer Anna Petrie Anne Strouse Annette Fox Ann-Marie Winecke Ansley Knoch Anthony & Lisa Antoniewicz

Nathan Wautier Nicholas Bates Nieuwenhuis Bros Inc. Oscar Mireles Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Owen Tsao Pamela Cashman Pat Wherley Patricia Johnson Patricia Smith Patrick Klipstine Patrick Meier

Timothy Hanson Timothy Neitzel Timothy Schwersinske Tom O’Day Town & Country Engineering Inc. Trisha Pinka Venture Investors LLC Victoria Nicksic Victoria Storck & Steven Post Wendy Vardaman William Dunlop William Greer

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