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Independent Living, Inc

Independent Living, Inc. helps seniors and adults with disabilities live with as much independence as possible. This is accomplished through a comprehensive array of in-home services like Evening Meals on Wheels, home modifications and personal care and senior housing options in the Madison area.

Sue Berg
sberg@independentlivinginc.org
(608) 274-7900

https://www.IndependentLivingInc.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Holiday Volunteers

Deliver meals to homebound seniors during the lunch hour on Thanksgiving Day. Spots are open throughout Madison, Middleton, Fitchburg, Monona and Sun Prairie. Groups welcome!

NewBridge Madison

NewBridge Madison empowers older adults to access affordable resources to maintain their health, safety, independence and community connection. They offer case mangement services, home chore assitance, meal sites and programs and events designed for older adults.

Ruth Hellenbrand
ruthh@newbridgemadison.org
(608) 512-0000 x3012

https://www.newbridgemadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-R

Holiday Volunteers

Meal delivery at 12:00pm on Thanksgiving Day.

Santas Without Chimneys

Chaous Riddle
swc@asolidarity.org
(608) 219-4840

http://www.santaswithoutchimneys.org/
Hours Vary

Holiday Volunteers

Volunteers are needed to make deliveries as Santa on Christmas Eve (suits provided or bring your own) and/or elves (come as you are or in costume).

SSM Health at Home

SSM Health at Home primarily serves older adults and those with disabilities in the areas of rehab, long term, end of life and memory care.

Gina RIesen
gina.riesen@ssmhealth.com
(608) 276-7582

https://www.ssmhealth.com/health-at-home
8:30 AM-4:30 PM

Holiday Volunteers

Thanksgiving

The Salvation Army of Dane County

The Salvation Army has offered spiritual ministry, social services and youth programs to thousands of Dane County residents annually without discrimination for 129 years. Current programs serve the most vulnerable members of our community, providing shelter for the homeless, food for the hungry and mentoring and education for at-risk children.

Debra Crye
Debra.Crye@usc.salvationarmy.org
(608) 250-2218

https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/danecounty/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Holiday Volunteers

Volunteers are needed to help prepare and serve the meals over Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc. seeks to serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing the diverse talents of members to create environments where children are motivated to achieve, and to empower people to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of the communities they serve.

Floyd Rose
president@100blackmenmadison.org
(608) 2058572

http://www.100blackmenmadison.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to transport gifts from pick up site at Group Heath Cooperative (1265 John Q Hammons Dr.) to area schools for Christmas for Children with Responsibilities initiative.

350 Madison Climate Action Team

350 Madison is the local action group of the international organization 350.org. 350 Madison plan and participate in local, national and international actions to raise awareness of the pressing need to address climate change and support a just transition to a world fueled by 100% renewable energy.

Stephanie Robinson
stephanie.robinson@350madison.org
(608) 345-9347

http://www.350madison.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers needed for holiday GivingTuesday event to celebrate climate justice activism.

Allied Drive Food Pantry

The Allied Drive Food Pantry is an emergency food pantry located in the Boys and Girls Club building off of Allied Drive in Fitchburg, WI. The pantry provides nutritious food and some personal items to those who are in need and cannot at the moment totally support themselves. The pantry is open on Wednesdays from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM and 6:00 PM-7:30 PM.

Rachel Breitbach
rbreitbach98@gmail.com
(608) 698-5660

https://alliedfoodpantry.wixsite.com/allied-food-pantry
6:00 AM-9:00 PM M-F; 12:00 PM-9:00 PM Sa-Su

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed in the pantry on Wednesdays, especially during our morning hours from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM.

Badger Prairie Needs Network

Badger Prairie Needs Network (BPNN) is a 100% volunteer organization dedicated to fighting poverty and ending hunger locally. The agency provides food assistance to more than 14,000 individuals each year, serve a free community meal on Saturdays, and offers free legal assistance in landlord-tenant disputes, predatory lending abuses and senior housing issues.

Marcia Kasieta
info@bpnn.org
(608) 848-2499

https://www.bpnn.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM M, T, F; 10:00 AM-6:00 PM R; 10:00 AM-12:30 PM Sa

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed for food drive sorting on October 27, weekly W & F for food packaging, Thanksgiving baskets M, T, R, F, Sa in November and community meal servers on December 21.

Bayview Foundation, Inc.

Bayview Foundation, Inc. is an organization that provides affordable housing and supportive services to approximately 300 low income residents, primarily immigrants and refugees.

Nou Thao
nouthao@bayviewfoundation.org
(608) 256-7808

https://www.bayviewfoundation.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers needed for Thanksgiving meal basket give-away on November 24 and gift wrapping in December.

Colonial Club Senior Activity Center

The Colonial Club is a senior activity center where seniors gather to attend classes, activities and entertainment programs. The Colonial Club also provides services including on-site meals, meal delivery to homebound seniors, adult day center and case management services.

Kim Peterson
kpeterson@colonialclub.org
(608) 837-4611 x120

https://www.colonialclub.org
7:30 AM-3:00 PM M-R

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers needed for decorating for the holidays, snow shoveling for seniors and substitute drivers for home meal delivery.

Community Action Coalition

Community Action Coalition's goal is to develop economic and social capacities of individuals, families, and communities to reduce poverty in Dane, Jefferson and Waukesha Counties.

Bridgette Weber
bridgettew@cacscw.org
(608) 246-4730 x241

https://www.cacscw.org/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers needed for Koats for Kids event throughout October.

Community Justice Inc.

Community Justice, Inc is a nonprofit law firm serving low income individuals and families on a sliding scale in a wide variety of legal areas.

Mara Sheridan
marab@communityjusticeinc.org
(608) 442-3005


9:00 AM-5:00 PM

General Volunteer Opportunities

Warehouse volunteers.

Dane County Humane Society

Dane County Humane Society (DCHS) cares for 9,000 pets, farm animals and orphaned/injured wildlife a year. DCHS is adoption guarantee, meaning healthy or treatable animals can stay at DCHS as long as the need to find a home. DCHS is a community supported organization and relies on the community to provide refuge and new beginnings to animals in need.

Ash Collins
acollins@giveshelter.org
(608) 838-0413 x167

https://www.giveshelter.org
10:00 AM-7:00 PM M, T, R, F; 10:00 AM-5:00 PM W, Sa-Su

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to host donation drives for animals.

East Madison Community Center, Inc.

The East Madison Community Center was established to promote educational, recreational and community activities for all citizens in its service area. EMCC strives to enhance the opportunities of as many individuals and groups as possible.

De'Kendrea Stamps
dstamps@eastmadisoncc.org
(608) 249-0861

https://eastmadisoncc.org/
10:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to assist with the food pantry on Tuesdays during the holiday season. Two-hour shifts are available between 9:00 AM-3:00 PM. Volunteer roles include sorting donations, organizing food items, light cleaning, welcoming clients and assisting them with their selections. Volunteers are also needed to unload food from trucks and set up a choice style pantry for families to visit *Volunteers must be able to lift at least 10 pounds.

Empty Stocking Club

Since 1918, Empty Stocking Club and the families of the Wisconsin State Journal have worked to make sure that every child, no matter what their circumstance, could be assured at least one toy at Christmas.

Lynn Wood
emptystockingclub@gmail.com
(608) 280-7511

http://www.emptystockingclub.com
8:00 AM-6:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to assist with toy distribution at the Toy Depot on December 10-11, 8:30 AM- 6:30 PM. Additional volunteer opportunities are available December 9, 7:30 AM-4:00 PM; December 10, 7:30 AM-7:00 PM; December 11, 7:30 AM-8:30 PM.

Gilda's Club Madison

Gilda's Club Madison creates a community of free emotional support, cancer education, and hope for children and adults with any cancer diagnosis and those who care for them. Gilda's Club Madison currently serves more than 4,000 members.

Jolene Rudisill
jolene@gildasclubmadison.org
(608) 828-8880

http://gildasclubmadison.org/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-R; 9:00 AM-12:00 PM F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Guest Cooking Groups of 4-6 people are needed to create and provide healthy, balanced and nurturing meals for Family Night Dinner on Tuesdays from 4:00-6:30 PM. Gilda's Club provides family supports on Tuesdays for 70-90 people and dinner is a comforting part. Dates available are November 12, 19, 26 and December 3, 10, 17.

Girls on the Run of South Central Wisconsin

Girls on the Run educates and prepares 3-5th grade girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living through a physical activity-based after-school program. Participation in Girls on the Run positively impacts self-esteem, inspires healthy behaviors, increases participation in physical activity and instills confidence.

Christine Benedict
christine.benedict@girlsontherun.org
(608) 831-4687

https://www.girlsontherunscwi.org/
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to unpack and inventory supply tubs used by coaches to facilitate the program to teams throughout the South Central Wisconsin area. 5-10 volunteers will remove used supplies and take inventory of supplies that can be re-purposed for the following season. All materials are provided and can be brought to your location for part of a holiday party or team building effort.

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church serves thousands of families in need by providing free clothing and a food patnry.

Donna Maysack
dmaysack@gslcwi.com
(608) 640-4931

https://www.gsoodshepherdlutheranchurch.com

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers needed to assist Thursdays from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM and 5:00-7:00 PM.

Henry Vilas Zoo

Henry Vilas Zoo is dedicated to exceptional animal care and conserving wildlife through local engagement and global partnerships.

Lauren Salzmann
volunteer@henryvilaszoo.gov
(608) 283-1612

https://www.henryvilaszoo.gov
9:00AM-4:00PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers needed to help with Zoo Lights on Thursday-Sunday nights 5:30-9:00 PM from November 29-December 30.

Independent Living, Inc

Independent Living, Inc. helps seniors and adults with disabilities live with as much independence as possible. This is accomplished through a comprehensive array of in-home services like Evening Meals on Wheels, home modifications and personal care and senior housing options in the Madison area.

Sue Berg
sberg@independentlivinginc.org
(608) 274-7900

https://www.IndependentLivingInc.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Substitute drivers needed to deliver meals to homebound seniors weekdays 4:00 PM-6:00 PM. Volunteers who enjoy offering presentations or events are also requested such as musicians, carolers, lecturers, hobbyists, crafters, artists, historians and chair yoga leaders.

Ingleside Communities

Ingleside Communities provide all-in-one senior services that include residential care apartments, assisted living, skilled nursing care and well-equipped therapy center that services both inpatient and outpatient clients.

Stephanie Brady
sbrady@carriagehealthcare.com
(608) 437-5511 x117

https://www.inglesidecommunities.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to help wrap gifts the week before and the week of Christmas.

Jewish Social Services

Jewish Social Services provides short-term advocacy, long-term case management, immigration services, Jewish spiritual care, adult continuing education and social activities. Jewish Social Services welcomes and serves people of all ages and backgrounds.

Paul Borowsky
paul@jssmadison.org
(608) 442-4083

https://www.jssmadison.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to pick up an electric menorah at Jewish Social Services' westside office for Hanukkah and deliver it to people living in various long-term care facilities in Dane County. Hanukkah starts December 22. Other opportunities include friendly visiting for individuals in residential facilities and helping with holiday events.

Latino Academy of Workforce Development

The Latino Academy provides quality education and training to adults in Dane County to move them into sustainable-livable wages and career pathways.

Eli Lorenz
elizabethl@latinoacademywi.org
(608) 310-4573

http://www.latinoacademywi.org
9:00 AM-6:00 PM M-F; 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Sa

General Volunteer Opportunities

6-8 volunteers are needed for Holiday Posada on December 7, 3:00 PM-8:00 PM.

Madison Area Food Pantry Gardens

Madison Area Food Pantry Gardens is a volunteer organization striving to help neighbors by providing local food pantries with fresh, nutritious first choice vegetables. Each year, they deliver 100,000 pounds of food to food pantries.

Thomas Parslow
thomasparslow@foodpantrygardens.org
(608) 577-6685

https://www.foodpantrygardens.org
8:00 AM-12:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to package 300 pounds of black beans for distribution to food pantries. All materials are provided and can be brought to your location for part of a holiday party or team building effort. Funding may be needed to help defray costs.

Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art exhibits, collects, and preserves modern and contemporary art to provide transformative experiences that educate, reflect and inspire us as individuals and a community.

Amy Lambright Murphy
volunteer@mmoca.org
(608) 257-0158 x230

https://mmoca.ivolunteer.com
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-W; 9:00 AM-1:00 PM R

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed November 16-17 for MMoCA’s 49th Annual Art & Gift Fair to greet the public at admissions tables, stamp fair passports, provide short breaks for exhibiting artists, help artists load in and out, photograph the event and more.

MagLiteracy.org

MagLiteracy is a volunteer organization that works with publishers and other donors to provide free magazines to vulnerable and underserved readers of all ages, especially kids. Their Madison office has relationships with over 30 partners including schools, shelters, food pantries, community centers and other local organizations.

Stephanie Robinson
stephanie.robinson@magazineliteracy.org
(608) 345-9347

https://www.magliteracy.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to sort incoming magazines from publishers and other donors, as well as assemble and deliver holiday donations to partner agencies, including schools, shelters and food pantries.

Middleton Outreach Ministry

Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM) brings our community together to create food and housing security through action and advocacy. MOM serves people throughout West Madison, Middleton, and Cross Plains by providing case management, a food pantry and clothing center, emergency financial assistance and special services for seniors.

Shannon Ash
shannon@momhelps.org
(608) 826-3416

http://www.momhelps.org
9:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed for Creating for a Cause: Holiday Art Fair, which is held in the MOM Food Pantry on December 7-8. Visit https://momhelps.org/volunteer/special-events/ to see opportunities and to sign up.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program, Inc.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program's mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities by providing the support and training necessary for each person to work and participate in the community and live as independently as possible.

Calli Dahl
calli@mtilp.net
(608) 288-8663

https://www.mtilp.net
8:00 AM-3:30 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed 1:00 PM-2:00 PM M-F to provide holiday entertainment and crafts for clients at the day center.

NAMI

NAMI Wisconsin is a state organization of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The mission of NAMI Wisconsin is to improve the quality of life of people affected by mental illness and to promote recovery.

Emily Grebner
emily@namiwisconsin.org
(608) 268-6000

https://namiwisconsin.org/
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers needed to assist with the Warm Winter Wishes Campaign.

Nehemiah

Nehemiah focuses on strengthening the African American community. Nehemiah cultivates character, leadership and economic development for the African American community through culturally grounded programs.

Marie Stolzenburg
volunteer@nehemiah.org
(608) 257-2453 x235

https://nehemiah.org
8:30 AM-4:00 PM M-R; 8:30 AM-12:00 PM F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to support staff by working with spreadsheets, data entry, reporting, writing, editing, photography, social media, and much more – all in support of holiday events and programming to get Nehemiah through the busy season. There are also opportunities for volunteering at holiday events by helping with registration, food service and set-up/clean-up.

NewBridge Madison

NewBridge Madison empowers older adults to access affordable resources to maintain their health, safety, independence and community connection. They offer case mangement services, home chore assitance, meal sites and programs and events designed for older adults.

Ruth Hellenbrand
ruthh@newbridgemadison.org
(608) 512-0000 x3012

https://www.newbridgemadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-R

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to help with home chores and snow shoveling for seniors.

Olbrich Botanical Gardens

Olbrich Botanical Gardens is home to 16 acres of outdoor gardens, an indoor tropical conservatory and year-round educational opportunities. The joy, diversity and beauty of plants is shared by 350,000 annual visitors.

Marty Petillo
mpetillo@cityofmadison.com
(608) 246-5807

https://www.olbrich.org
9:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to assist with Olbrich's Holiday Express, held December 7-31 from 10:00 AM-4:00pm.

OutReach LGBTQ Community Center

OutReach LGBTQ Community Center is a social support community center for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer. OutReach has over 20 social/support groups, peer counseling, cyber center, lending library, community meeting room, services for LGBT seniors, speakers bureau and more.

Angie Rehling
angier@lgbtoutreach.org
(608) 255-8582

https://www.lgbtoutreach.org
12:00 PM-7:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to help at the annual Holiday Party - date TBD. Volunteers are needed from 5:00 PM-9:00 PM to help with event set-up, registration, and event clean-up.

Positive Women for Change Inc.

Utilizing a peer coaching curriculum that fosters positive behavior change, Positive Women for Change (PW4C) connects participants to community resources and peer coaching in financial and life skills.

Kia Stearn
kia.pw4c@gmail.com
(608) 622-9351

http://www.positivewomenforchange.org/
2:00 PM-4:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer drivers are needed to pick up attendees for educational events. Additionally, they are looking for volunteer licensed child care providers.

Pregnany Helpline

Pregnancy Helpline Inc is a nonprofit organization providing life-affirming compassionate care. They give accurate information, material support and community referrals to women and their families before, during, and after pregnancy.

Stephanie Ehle
info@pregnancyhelpline.net
(608) 222-0008

https://www.pregnacyhelpline.net
8:00 AM-5:00 PM

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed Tuesdays 5:00 PM-7:00 PM and Saturdays 9:00 AM-12:00 PM in the clothing and support center.

Santas Without Chimneys

Chaous Riddle
swc@asolidarity.org
(608) 219-4840

http://www.santaswithoutchimneys.org/
Hours Vary

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed from November-December to organize incoming gift donations, select gifts for individual children from donations and wrap presents. Volunteers are also needed to host gift drives and/or drop boxes at their business, community organization or home. In December, volunteers are needed to make discreet early deliveries to schools. December 26-31, volunteers are needed to help clean up Santa’s Workshop space and organize any remaining items. Any additional individual volunteer needs will be announced through Facebook.

Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin

Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin's mission provides millions of meals to individuals, families, children, and seniors who struggle with hunger through local community programs in 16 southwestern counties.

Pam Higham
pamh@shfbmadison.org
(608) 216-7214

https://www.secondharvestmadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to work at the inside Donation Window Monday-Friday from 12:00 PM-4:00 PM. Volunteers greet donors, weigh donations and help donors fill out a simple receipt. Training and staff backup/support are provided throughout each shift. Donations ebb and flow so this assignment is ideal for volunteers who can bring a project, have homework, like to read, etc.

SSM Health at Home

SSM Health at Home primarily serves older adults and those with disabilities in the areas of rehab, long term, end of life and memory care.

Gina RIesen
gina.riesen@ssmhealth.com
(608) 276-7582

https://www.ssmhealth.com/health-at-home
8:30 AM-4:30 PM

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer delivery drivers needed for Meals On Wheels. Please call 608-276-7582 for more information.

SSM Health St. Mary's Care Center

SSM Health St. Mary's Care Center is a long term care facility serving older adults who need assistance. They serve up to 184 residents in living vibrant, meaningful lives.

Carmela Mulroe
carmela.mulroe@ssmhealth.com
(608) 845-0582

https://www.ssmhealth.com
8:30 AM-4:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers needed to assist in decorating, singing Christmas carols and assisting residents in writing out holiday cards.

St. Vincent de Paul Madison

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul responds to poverty with person-to-person assistance such as housing, food, clothing, furniture and prescriptions.

Jennifer Troia
jtroia@gmail.com
(608) 442-7200 x426

http://www.svdpmadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to help guide clients through the customer choice food pantry, help clients make food selections and tally points along the way. Volunteers are needed 10:30 AM-3:15 PM Monday & Tuesday, 2:30 PM-7:15 PM Thursday and 9:00 AM-12:15 PM Saturday.

The River Food Pantry

Sarah Miller
volunteer@riverfoodpantry.org
(608) 442-8815

https://www.riverfoodpantry.org

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to serve and assist in the market from 3:30 PM–8:00 PM during the Thanksgiving Dinner on November 22 and the Holiday Meal on December 20. The week prior to each holiday meal, extra volunteers are needed for food prep. Mobile lunch (MUNCH) volunteers are also needed to make and distribute lunches during MMSD winter break, December 23–January 1. Help is always needed in the market 10:15 AM-1:45 PM and 4:15–7:15 PM Tuesdays & Thursdays; 10:45 AM-2:15 PM Wednesdays; 4:15 PM-7:45 PM Fridays. If interested in volunteering, see website to learn more and to sign up.

The Salvation Army of Dane County

The Salvation Army has offered spiritual ministry, social services and youth programs to thousands of Dane County residents annually without discrimination for 129 years. Current programs serve the most vulnerable members of our community, providing shelter for the homeless, food for the hungry and mentoring and education for at-risk children.

Debra Crye
Debra.Crye@usc.salvationarmy.org
(608) 250-2218

https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/danecounty/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer bell ringers needed for Red Kettles November 8-December 24. Kettles are located throughout Dane County. Volunteers are also needed to help families get ready for Christmas. Learn more at www.ringbellsdane.org.

Triangle Community Ministry

Triangle Community Ministry is an ecumenical ministry of presence in solidarity with residents of the Triangle (Area bounded by Park St., Regent St. and West Washington Ave.). The ministry assists and supports residents in their physical, emotional and spiritual well-being by providing a chaplain, registered parish nurse and outreach director.

Meg Nielsen
TriangleMinistry@sbcglobal.net
(608) 257-8517

http://www.TriangleMinistry.com
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-R

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers needed to assemble Christmas gifts on Monday, December 23, at 2:00 PM.

Urban League of Greater Madison

The Urban League of Greater Madison's mission is to ensure that African Americans and other community members are educated, employed and empowered to live well, advance professionally and contribute to the common good in the 21st Century.

Jeaneese Ward
jward@ulgm.org
(608) 729-1226

https://www.ulgm.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

General Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers needed for annual MLK Day Breakfast on January 19, 2020. Middle and high school students are presented with the Outstanding Young Person Award. Students are nominated by schools from all across Dane County based on their academic performance, community service, and extra-curricular participation. Volunteers needed for set up, event tasks, and clean up. Volunteers needed for Schools of Hope middle school tutoring. The Schools of Hope Middle School Program relies on ongoing community volunteers to support students of color and those from low-income families in the areas of math and literacy to ensure all students are high school, college, and community ready. Tutors meet one-on-one or with small groups of students for at least an hour each week.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc. seeks to serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing the diverse talents of members to create environments where children are motivated to achieve, and to empower people to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of the communities they serve.

Floyd Rose
president@100blackmenmadison.org
(608) 2058572

http://www.100blackmenmadison.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Toys, games, ethnically diverse books, soccer balls, kickballs, basketballs, headphones, stuffed animals, ethnically diverse dolls for boys and girls, LEGO, building blocks, science sets, arts and crafts sets, paint sets.

9 Lives Rescue

9 Lives Rescue is a small, foster based cat and kitten rescue serving Dane County and the southern Wisconsin area. 9 Lives Rescue is passionate about enriching the lives of people and cats by providing personalized adoptions for homeless cats and kittens.

Janell Moody
Janell@9livesrescue.com
(608) 212-7226

https://www.9livesrescue.com
10:00 AM-9:00 PM M-Su

Toys and Gifts

Cat toys, wand toys, cat beds, gift cards to pet supply stores.

Agrace Hospice

Agrace is a community-based health care agency. Agrace provides hospice and palliative care services in private homes, skilled nursing, in assisted living, and other community residential facilities across southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.

Karen Wheelock
karen.wheelock@agrace.org
(608) 327-7065

https://www.agrace.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

1 iPad, Amazon gift cards, 20 decks of playing cards, 10 packs of colored pencils and markers, 10 adult coloring books, 5 board games, 10 audio books on CD, new teddy bears over 10" tall.

Badger Prairie Needs Network

Badger Prairie Needs Network (BPNN) is a 100% volunteer organization dedicated to fighting poverty and ending hunger locally. The agency provides food assistance to more than 14,000 individuals each year, serve a free community meal on Saturdays, and offers free legal assistance in landlord-tenant disputes, predatory lending abuses and senior housing issues.

Marcia Kasieta
info@bpnn.org
(608) 848-2499

https://www.bpnn.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM M, T, F; 10:00 AM-6:00 PM R; 10:00 AM-12:30 PM Sa

Toys and Gifts

New, unwrapped toys for children of all ages, store gift cards.

Bayview Foundation, Inc.

Bayview Foundation, Inc. is an organization that provides affordable housing and supportive services to approximately 300 low income residents, primarily immigrants and refugees.

Nou Thao
nouthao@bayviewfoundation.org
(608) 256-7808

https://www.bayviewfoundation.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Art supplies, books for all ages, board games, headphones, toys, puzzles, musical instruments, STEM activities and games, wooden building blocks, LEGO, balls, sports equipment, doll house, dress up clothing, dramatic play supplies.

Box of Balloons, Inc.

Box of Balloons provides birthday parties to children in need. Box of Balloons believes each birthday should be happy and every child should be celebrated. Box of Ballloons partners with community social workers to identify children who otherwise will not get a celebration. A birthday party is a time of love, joy and hope.

Nicole Moll
contact@boxofballoons.org
(608) 697-7809

https://www.boxofballoons.org
8:00 AM-6:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

LEGO, board games, dolls, various sports balls and equipment, princess toys, Play-Doh and Play-Doh toys, craft kits.

Canopy Center

Canopy Center's mission is to help strengthen families and support children, teens and adults impacted by trauma and adversity. The goal of the Canopy Center is to prevent child abuse and neglect, strengthen families, and promote healing of those affected by abuse through the provision of culturally competent and diverse professional volunteer and peer services.

Nicole Wells
nicolew@canopycenter.org
(608) 241-4888 x119

https://canopycenter.org
9 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Board games, Play-Doh, balls, art supplies, glitter glue, crazy putty, doctor kits, orbies, $10 fast food gift cards, card games, colored pencils, adult coloring books.

Capitol Lakes Health Center

Capitol Lakes Health Center is a skilled nursing facility within Capitol Lakes Retirement Community. It is located in downtown Madison and the population served are in rehibialtion or long term care.

Dawn Vandre
dvandre@retirement.org
(608) 283-2103

https://www.retirement.org/madison/
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Hand lotions, small stuffed animals, bracelets/necklaces, adult coloring books, colored pencils, crayons, markers, large print word search puzzles, small bags of chocolates, small holiday decorations, handheld magnifying glasses with light.

Cardin Adult Family Home & Foster Home Inc

Cardin Adult Family Home & Foster Home Inc is an adult family home for adults and foster home for children and provides both long-term and short-term stays.

Katrina Cardin
ktcardin@gmail.com
(920) 205-7311


8:30 AM-4:30 PM Su-Sa

Toys and Gifts

Art supplies, paper, crayons, washable markers, watercolor paints, school supplies, pens, pencils, notebooks, board games for ages 5+, LEGO, toys for infants and toddlers, action figures, dolls.

Center for Suicide Awareness

The Center for Suicide Awareness is dedicated to bettering the community with the services and resources that include HOPELINE, a 24/7 emotional support text line. It's their mission to help prevent suicide through proactive education, training, emotional support, collaboration and intervention.

Barb Bigalke
barb@centerforsuicideawareness.org
(920) 475-4748

https://centerforsuicideawareness.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Coloring books, colored pencils, markers, journals, stress balls, decks of playing cards or card games, travel size games, gas gift cards, video game gift cards.

Central Wisconsin Center

Central Wisconsin Center, located in Madison, is home to 188 of the most medically frail and vulnerable people in the state who have intellectual disabilities. Since their residents are not able to live in the community Central Wisconsin Center strives each day to bring community to residents through volunteerism, donations and performances.

Jeanne Pagel
jeanne.pagel@dhs.wisconsin.gov
(608) 301-1954


8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Books for young adults, story books with bright illistrations, movies on DVD for children ages 4-16 years, arts and craft supplies.

Centro Hispano of Dane County

Centro Hispano of Dane County has a vision that Dane County will be a community where Latino families can aspire upward and that Latino families can reach their personal goals and dreams because they feel engaged and stregthened within the community and have the tools for success.

Karime Perez Jaime
karime@micentro.org
(608) 442-4015

http://www.micentro.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM T-F

Toys and Gifts

Toys for boys and girls age 6 months-16 years, grocery store gift cards, books in Spanish for young adults and children.

Colonial Club Senior Activity Center

The Colonial Club is a senior activity center where seniors gather to attend classes, activities and entertainment programs. The Colonial Club also provides services including on-site meals, meal delivery to homebound seniors, adult day center and case management services.

Kim Peterson
kpeterson@colonialclub.org
(608) 837-4611 x120

https://www.colonialclub.org
7:30 AM-3:00 PM M-R

Toys and Gifts

Small holiday ornaments or other gift items for Memory Café, gas gift cards; Walmart, Walgreens, grocery store cards.

Community Action Coalition

Community Action Coalition's goal is to develop economic and social capacities of individuals, families, and communities to reduce poverty in Dane, Jefferson and Waukesha Counties.

Bridgette Weber
bridgettew@cacscw.org
(608) 246-4730 x241

https://www.cacscw.org/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Gas gift cards, monthly bus passes, board or card games for families with children, tickets to events for families such as sports games, Wisconsin Dells, plays, or musicals.

Dane County Juvenile Shelter Home

Dane County Juvenile Shelter Home is a temporary living facility for juveniles between the ages of 11-17. Their mission is to provide for youth in crisis who are in need of a stable, safe environment or temporary home, while instilling accountability, teaching competency skills and ensuring community safety.

Catherine Arnold
arnold@countyofdane.com
(608) 246-3278

https://www.countyofdane.com/juvenilecourt
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Gift cards in small amounts, movies rated PG, PG-13, Wii accessories and games, board games, card games, craft supplies, coloring books, colored pencils, sport balls, frisbees, outdoor games, winter sleds, paper, art kits, playing cards, LEGO, markers.

DeForest Area Community and Senior Center

DeForest Area Community and Senior Center is a cooperative inter-municipal community and senior center providing area residents a welcoming place to meet, participate and volunteer while promoting independence, self-reliance and well-being for older adults and their families.

Anita Huber
ahuber@deforestcenter.org
(608) 846-9469 x1606

https://www.deforestcenter.org
9:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Gas cards, gift and restaurant cards, first-class stamps.

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS)

DAIS empowers those affected by domestic violence, including survivors, their children, and those who love them. Through its work, DAIS seeks Dane County to become a nonviolent community that actively promotes safety, peace, justice and hope.

Becky Olson
beckyo@abuseintervention.org
(608) 251-1237 x424

http://www.abuseintervention.org
9:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Gift cards to Target or Walmart in $25 increments, baby toys, children's scissors, coloring books, blank journals, pens.

East Madison Community Center, Inc.

The East Madison Community Center was established to promote educational, recreational and community activities for all citizens in its service area. EMCC strives to enhance the opportunities of as many individuals and groups as possible.

De'Kendrea Stamps
dstamps@eastmadisoncc.org
(608) 249-0861

https://eastmadisoncc.org/
10:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Gifts for teenagers, children’s toys, acrylic paint, board games, color pencils, craft kits, fingernail polish and remover, puzzles, watercolor paint sets, dress-up clothes/costumes.

Elver Park Neighborhood Center

The Elver Park Neighborhood Center offers an array of services to its Elver Park neighborhood, which include after school elementary and teen programs, summer youth programs, community events, access to a computer lab and addtional community resources through Joining Forces for Families.

Courtney Howard
choward@wisconsinyouthcompany.org
(608) 210-1625

https://www.wisconsinyouthcompany.org
10:00 AM-2:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Academic games, young adult books, DVD movies, crayons, markers, paint, paintbrushes, coloring books, board games, fidget toys, sports equipment.

Empty Stocking Club

Since 1918, Empty Stocking Club and the families of the Wisconsin State Journal have worked to make sure that every child, no matter what their circumstance, could be assured at least one toy at Christmas.

Lynn Wood
emptystockingclub@gmail.com
(608) 280-7511

http://www.emptystockingclub.com
8:00 AM-6:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Teen gifts/toys for individuals between 15-18 years; toys for children 0-14 years.

Foundation for Black Women's Wellness

The Foundation for Black Women's Women's Wellness is committed to empowering black women to improve their health and well-being. The Foundation for Black Women's Wellness provides year-round health education, wellness programming, advocacy and social support to women as they work to eliminate health disparities and other barriers.

Lisa Peyton-Caire
info@ffbww.org
(608) 709-8840

http://ffbww.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

African American and multicultural dolls, children's and t/ween books (multicultural and African American focus), games for all ages, art supplies, gas cards, Target gift cards, Michaels Art & Crafts gift cards, Barnes & Noble gift cards, Amazon.com gift cards, VISA gift cards, pretty journals and pens.

Freedom Inc

Freedom, Inc. engages low- to no-income communities of color in Dane County. They work to end violence against people of color, women, those who non-traditionally gender identify, youth and elders. Freedom, Inc. creates healthy communities by campaigning against the root causes of violence.

Jessica Williams
jwilliams@freedom-inc.org
(480) 233-1392

http://freedom-inc.org/index.php
12:00 PM-3:00 PM T, 1:00 PM-5:00 PM W, 12:00 PM-3:00 PM R, 11:00 AM-4:00 PM F

Toys and Gifts

Arts and crafts supplies, paint, glue sticks, canvasses fir art work, paint brushes, movie passes, African American dolls, jewelry kits, board games, gift cards to Target, Walmart, TJ Maxx, grocery stores; used video game equipment/games, bean bag chairs, headphones or ear buds, Play-Doh, coloring books, sorts equipment, new books.

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church serves thousands of families in need by providing free clothing and a food patnry.

Donna Maysack
dmaysack@gslcwi.com
(608) 640-4931

https://www.gsoodshepherdlutheranchurch.com

Toys and Gifts

Children's toys, books, games, other items to distribute to children who might not otherwise have a Christmas. Donations can be dropped off at 5701 Raymond Road.

Hancock Center for Dance/Movement Therapy, Inc.

Hancock Center provides dance and movement therapy services to people of all ages and abilities. Programs include in-school therapy and building connection through movement for classrooms in Madison schools, a creative movement group for adults with developmental challenges and individual and group therapy.

Laura Rogers
info@hancockcenter.net
(608) 251-0908 x10

http://hancockcenter.net
9:30 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Non-denominational holiday cards.

Healing Horsemanship Foundation, Inc

Healing Horsemanship Foundation, Inc. is a charitable community organization that supports nature-based & Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) held at The Forever Farm in southeast Madison. Founded in 2007 in honor of Marilyn Cohen, who dreamed of a day when nobody would be turned away for lack of ability to pay.

Nikki Cohen-Wichner, LMFT
healinghorseman@aol.com
(608) 347-2392

https://www.nikkicohen-wichner.com/HealingHorsemanshipFoundationInc.en.html
10:00 AM-5:00 PM

Toys and Gifts

Model horses, tractors and other animal models, gift cards in small amounts to Target, Walmart or the movie theater.

Hope Haven

Hope Haven, a program run by Catholic Charities, which helps restore lives and families by providing residential alcohol and drug treatment to adult women and men facing substance use disorder (SUD). Since 1973, Hope Haven provides affordable, effective, individualized, caring and comprehensive services that address all issues related to recovery.

Mary Stalowski
mstalowski@ccmadison.org
(608) 310-4164

https://www.hopehavenhelps.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Journals with pens, adult board games, yard games, CD players, MP3 players, AA big books, NA basic text on CD.

Independent Living, Inc

Independent Living, Inc. helps seniors and adults with disabilities live with as much independence as possible. This is accomplished through a comprehensive array of in-home services like Evening Meals on Wheels, home modifications and personal care and senior housing options in the Madison area.

Sue Berg
sberg@independentlivinginc.org
(608) 274-7900

https://www.IndependentLivingInc.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Holiday-themed bingo prizes, puzzles (300-1000 pieces), DVD movies, large print books, books-on-tape, Wii Golf, iPod, pet toys/treats, $10 gas cards, $10 gift cards to Target, Walgreens, etc., adult coloring books and colored pencils, crayon.

Journey Mental Health Center

Journey Mental Health Center improves people's lives by pioneering and sustaining effective mental health and substance-use disorder services throughout Dane County.

Dori Botts
dori.botts@journeymhc.org
(608) 280-2682

https://journeymhc.org
8:30 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Young reader books and first-reader books, books for non-english speaking adults and children, arts and craft supplies.

Kennedy Heights Community Center

Kennedy Heights Community Center is located on the northside of Madison and serves 105 apartments. Kennedy Heights Community Center focuses on creating a safe environment for homework and a place where children can come for love and support.

Patrina White
director@khcommunitycenter.org
(608) 244-0767

https://www.khcommunitycenter.org
9:00 AM-7:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Board games.

Latino Academy of Workforce Development

The Latino Academy provides quality education and training to adults in Dane County to move them into sustainable-livable wages and career pathways.

Eli Lorenz
elizabethl@latinoacademywi.org
(608) 310-4573

http://www.latinoacademywi.org
9:00 AM-6:00 PM M-F; 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Sa

Toys and Gifts

30 gifts for children 3-8 years, 20 gifts for children 8+ years.

Lighthouse Christian School

Lighthouse Christian School (LCS) is a bilingual, multicultural private school serving low-income, minority students. LCS goals include bridging the achievement gap in Madison, preparing scholars for college and beyond and being a positive influence in the community to bring about family change.

Tia Sierra
tsierra@lcsmadison.net
(608) 441-9408

https://www.lcsmadison.net
7:30 AM-5:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Children's picture books, fiction and non-fiction books for all ages, multi-cultural books for infant-5th grade, Spanish picture books, chapter books for grades 3-8, reference books, high-interest non-fiction, board games, outdoor toys (balls, hula hoops, chalk), preschool games and toys, learning games, blocks, puppets, books on CD, multicultural dolls, cars and trucks, plastic animals, wooden puzzles, art supplies, items for creative station, small toy items for school store, coloring books, colored pencils.

Lussier Community Education Center

Cristina Johnson
cristina@LCECmadison.org
(608) 833-4979 x224

https://www.lcecmadison.org
8:30 AM-5:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Small, new children’s toys, educational games for K-5th grade, electronic games for high school students, pool cues, movie passes, gift cards for bowling, laser tag, local businesses, grocery stores.

Madison Area Native Community

Madison Native American Program serves over 160 American Indian students in the Madison Metropolitan School District; providing academic support, cultural programs, student learning groups, graduation celebration and a summer bridge program.

Tara Tindall
tltindall@madison.k12.wi.us
(608) 663-8456

https://govprograms.madison.k12.wi.us/title-vi
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Children's toys, books, games, arts and crafts supplies.

Madison-area Urban Ministry

Madison-area Urban Ministry focuses on economic justice, addressing the underlying causes of poverty, homelessness and racial disparities in our criminal justice systems. They advocate for criminal justice system reforms, access to quality education, access to fair and affordable housing, fair treatment of workers and a government committed to the common good.

Ron Burford
mentor@emum.org
(608) 256-0906

https://www.emum.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

$25 gift cards, basketballs, footballs, remote control cars/trucks, PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo's, smart phones, racially diverse dolls and action figures, Monopoly Empire, Uno, Hatchimals, TV, scented candles, watches for teens, jewelry for teens, craft kits, baby toys, LEGO, Crayola, Nerf.

March of Dimes

The March of Dimes focuses on the health of moms and babies. The organization takes a holistic approach in addressing root causes of issues through research and alleviating issues via local programs to work toward lowering premature birth rates along with maternal and infant mortality rates.

Lillian Miossi
LMiossi@marchofdimes.org
(224) 531-4687


8:30 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Toys, books, clothing, games are all welcomed (age ranges from infant-14 for siblings).

Middleton Outreach Ministry

Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM) brings our community together to create food and housing security through action and advocacy. MOM serves people throughout West Madison, Middleton, and Cross Plains by providing case management, a food pantry and clothing center, emergency financial assistance and special services for seniors.

Shannon Ash
shannon@momhelps.org
(608) 826-3416

http://www.momhelps.org
9:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Purchase gifts for a family through the Winter Wishes program. The Winter Wishes program matches donors with hundreds of local families who have successfully registered through MOM. Each family is matched with donors who spend $50 per family member to ensure that they each receive something special. For more information, visit MOM's website.

Middleton Youth Center

The Middleton Youth Center is a free, daily after school and 8-week summer program for 5th-8th grade students that integrates academic assistance, enrichment activities, community service, leadership development and mentoring.

Gabrielle Hinahara
ghinahara@ci.middleton.wi.us
(608) 821-8363

http://www.cityofmiddleton.us/youthcenter
11:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

School supplies, art supplies, gift cards for movie passes, laser tag, local businesses and restaurants.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program, Inc.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program's mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities by providing the support and training necessary for each person to work and participate in the community and live as independently as possible.

Calli Dahl
calli@mtilp.net
(608) 288-8663

https://www.mtilp.net
8:00 AM-3:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

CD players, iPod, movie projector, Wii gaming system, Wii games and controllers, sensory room wall items, basketball hoop, adaptive leisure items, fishing poles, movies, games, puzzles.

Nehemiah

Nehemiah focuses on strengthening the African American community. Nehemiah cultivates character, leadership and economic development for the African American community through culturally grounded programs.

Marie Stolzenburg
volunteer@nehemiah.org
(608) 257-2453 x235

https://nehemiah.org
8:30 AM-4:00 PM M-R; 8:30 AM-12:00 PM F

Toys and Gifts

Educational toys for 3-10 years, strategy games for all ages, math and word games for 5-12 years, Afrocentric children’s books and gift cards for kids and adults.

Operation Fresh Start

Jody Weyers
jweyers@operationfreshstart.org
(608) 244-4721 x123

http://www.operationfreshstart.org/
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Gift cards to restaurants, pizza places, sub shops, coffee shops and grocery stores.

OutReach LGBTQ Community Center

OutReach LGBTQ Community Center is a social support community center for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer. OutReach has over 20 social/support groups, peer counseling, cyber center, lending library, community meeting room, services for LGBT seniors, speakers bureau and more.

Angie Rehling
angier@lgbtoutreach.org
(608) 255-8582

https://www.lgbtoutreach.org
12:00 PM-7:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Board games, card games, gaming systems (Xbox, PlayStation, Wii) and games to match the gaming system, DVD or Blu-ray movies and books centered around LGBTQ people - especially books that focus on transgender, bisexual, and non-binary issues, coming out, intersectionality.

Primates Incorporated

Primates Incorporated is an enriching indoor/outdoor monkey sanctuary giving back to monkeys retiring from laboratories, the pet trade and the entertainment industry.

Amy Kerwin
amy@primatesinc.com
(608) 220-2166

https://www.primatesinc.com
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Durable dog toys, food puzzles, unsalted nuts, dried fruit with no added sugar, gift cards, gift baskets.

Rape Crisis Center

Serving Dane County since 1973, the Rape Crisis Center (RCC) provides services to survivors (and their family and friends) of all forms of sexual violence, including recent sexual assault, past sexual assault, incest (past or present), sexual harassment and sexual exploitation.

Evelyn Henn
info@thercc.org
(608) 251-5126

http://www.thercc.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Fidget toys, $5-10 gift cards to Target, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, $10-25 gas cards, travel size toiletries, essential oils, pencil sharpeners, liquid motion bubbler, books (one copy each: "The Body Keeps the Score" by Bessel Van der Kolk, "The Body is Not an Apology" by Sonya Renee Taylor, "Sisters of the Yam: Black Women and Self Recovery" by Bell Hooks, "Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find and Keep Love" by Amir Levine & Rachel Heller, "Come as You Are" by Emily Nagoski, "The Fifth Agreement: Toltec Wisdom Cards" by Don Miguel Ruiz & Don Jose Ruiz.)

Reach Dane

Reach Dane provides high-quality early childhood services and comprehensive systems of support to nearly 1,000 children ages 0-5 and their families in Dane and Green County through center based and home visitation programs. Their mission is to change the lives of underserved children and families through education and supportive services.

Ashley Jansen
ajansen@reachdane.org
(608) 225-3296

https://www.dcpcinc.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M, T, R, F

Toys and Gifts

Educational toys and books for children 0-5 years.

Sankofa Behavioral & Community Health

Paris Smith
pariss@sankofabch.org
(608) 285-9101

http://sankofabch.org/
8:30 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Learning toys for children 0-18 years, books for 0-18 years, gift cards to grocery stores and restaurants, gas cards; family board games.

Santas Without Chimneys

Chaous Riddle
swc@asolidarity.org
(608) 219-4840

http://www.santaswithoutchimneys.org/
Hours Vary

Toys and Gifts

New and like new books for 0-18 years, new sports balls and equipment, new art supplies, paints, pastels, crayons, colored pencils, sketchbook paper, construction paper, new headphones or earbuds, gift cards for food, groceries, clothing, gas; gently used electronics like laptops, tablets, smartphones; video games and gaming systems. You can also fulfill specific gift requests by sponsoring a child or family at santaswithoutchimneys.org/wishlist.html.

Sheltering Animals of Abuse Victims (SAAV)

Sheltering Animals of Abuse Victims (SAAV) is an all-volunteer nonprofit that provides confidential, temporary and emergency shelter for animals for up to 90 days when a domestic abuse victim seeks refuge from a batterer. SAAV also raises awareness about the link between domestic abuse and animal cruelty and works to stop the cycle of abuse.

Megan Senatori
info@saavprogram.org
(608) 252-9395

https://www.saavprogram.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Gift cards for locations that sell pet food, pet toys, pet care items.

Special Olympics Wisconsin

Special Olympics Wisconsin provides year-round sports training and competition in a variety of sports for people with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage and experience joy while participating in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, fellow athletes and the community.


info@specialolympicswisconsin.org
(608) 222-1324

https://www.specialolympicswisconsin.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Pedometers, socks, new athletic shoes, bingo prizes like stuffed animals, games.

Special Olympics Wisconsin - Young Athletes

Special Olympics Wisconsin Young Athletes is a sport and play program for children ages 2-10 years old with and without intellectual disabilities. Young Athletes introduce basic sport skills, like running, throwing and catching. This program offers families, teachers, and people from the community the chance to share the joy of sports!

Jenna Lang
jlang@specialolympicswisconsin.org
(608) 442-5682

https://www.specialolympicswisconsin.org/sports-offered/become-an-athlete/young-athletes/
8:30 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Rainbow River Stones (Palos Sports), copies of the following books: "It’s Okay to be Different" by Todd Parr, "My Brother Charlie" by Holly Robinson Peete and Ryan Elizabeth Peete (, "Just Kidding" by Trudy Ludwig, "Strictly No Elephants" by Lisa Mantchev, "Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun" by Maria Dismondy, "Chester’s Way" by Kevin Henkes, "Lucy’s Amazing Friend" by Stephanie Workman.

SSM Health St. Mary's Care Center

SSM Health St. Mary's Care Center is a long term care facility serving older adults who need assistance. They serve up to 184 residents in living vibrant, meaningful lives.

Carmela Mulroe
carmela.mulroe@ssmhealth.com
(608) 845-0582

https://www.ssmhealth.com
8:30 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Put a gift under the Holiday Wish Tree for seniors by calling 608-845-0582 to receive a wish or multiple wishes to fulfill.

The Beacon - Homeless Day Resource Center

Kimberley Tesch
ktesch@ccmadison.org
(608) 826-8040

http://www.thebeaconhelps.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Small gifts that can be easily carried from place to place for children and adults, headphones, gift cards for McDonalds, Taco Bell, Burger King, malls, coffee shops, nail salons.

The Rainbow Project

The Rainbow Project is a counseling and resource clinic for young children and families who have experienced trauma, such as child abuse, neglect, sexual abuse, domestic violence, community violence, natural disaster, chronic illness and more. The Rainbow Project has been serving Dane County and surrounding counties since 1980.

Caitlin Bausch
rpdesk@therainbowproject.net
(608) 255-7356

http://www.therainbowproject.net
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Children's books for 0-12 years, plastic dollhouse figurines, new or gently used board games, washable markers, glitter, glitter glue, latex-free balloons, play sand.

The Road Home Dane County

The Road Home Dane County is committed to ending family homelessness in our community. They do this by developing long-term relationships with homeless families with children that change lives. The Road Home Dane County provides opportunities for families to achieve self-determined goals and affordable housing.

Alane Conn
vol.mgr@trhome.org
(608) 298-7998 x306

https://trhome.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Educational games for children of all ages, flash cards, fun learning games and work books, activity and coloring books, paint and marker sets, journals, Sharpie and permanent marker sets, headphones and ear buds, name brand athletic socks for children of all ages, body wash and body spray kits, make-up sets, Play-Doh, LEGO, puzzles, building blocks, character toys like Barbie or GI Joe, dress up clothes, bead making kits, science kits, board games, sports balls, arts and craft kits, gift cards to restaurants, gift cards to Marcus Cinema, gift cards to Walmart, Target, bus passes.

The Salvation Army of Dane County

The Salvation Army has offered spiritual ministry, social services and youth programs to thousands of Dane County residents annually without discrimination for 129 years. Current programs serve the most vulnerable members of our community, providing shelter for the homeless, food for the hungry and mentoring and education for at-risk children.

Debra Crye
Debra.Crye@usc.salvationarmy.org
(608) 250-2218

https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/danecounty/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Toys and Gifts

Games, action figures, building sets like LEGO or K’NEX, arts and crafts sets, remote controlled cars, sports balls, educational and learning toys for 0-36 months, gift cards to restaurants, movies, Walmart, Target; bus passes. You can also take part in the Adopt-A-Family Program, which connects sponsors with families to "adopt" by providing them with a family profile and wish list. Adopt-a-Family runs November 1-December 6.

Triangle Community Ministry

Triangle Community Ministry is an ecumenical ministry of presence in solidarity with residents of the Triangle (Area bounded by Park St., Regent St. and West Washington Ave.). The ministry assists and supports residents in their physical, emotional and spiritual well-being by providing a chaplain, registered parish nurse and outreach director.

Meg Nielsen
TriangleMinistry@sbcglobal.net
(608) 257-8517

http://www.TriangleMinistry.com
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-R

Toys and Gifts

Grocery gift cards, Badger Cab voucher booklets, bus passes, 2020 calendars.

United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Dane County

Since 1956, United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Dane County has been a recognized and trusted organization offering valuable services for families and people with varying disabilities and delays. Beyond cerebral palsy, they support individuals with autism, epilepsy, down syndrome, traumatic brain injury, delays in speech, mobility and development.

Dan Carpenter
danielcarpenter@ucpdane.org
(608) 237-8541

https://www.ucpdane.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Toys and Gifts

Children's games, art supplies, books.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc. seeks to serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing the diverse talents of members to create environments where children are motivated to achieve, and to empower people to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of the communities they serve.

Floyd Rose
president@100blackmenmadison.org
(608) 2058572

http://www.100blackmenmadison.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Food

Grocery store and restaurant gift cards.

9 Lives Rescue

9 Lives Rescue is a small, foster based cat and kitten rescue serving Dane County and the southern Wisconsin area. 9 Lives Rescue is passionate about enriching the lives of people and cats by providing personalized adoptions for homeless cats and kittens.

Janell Moody
Janell@9livesrescue.com
(608) 212-7226

https://www.9livesrescue.com
10:00 AM-9:00 PM M-Su

Food

Dry and canned cat and kitten food, pate food for kittens, KMR canned or powder, gift cards to pet supply stores.

Allied Drive Food Pantry

The Allied Drive Food Pantry is an emergency food pantry located in the Boys and Girls Club building off of Allied Drive in Fitchburg, WI. The pantry provides nutritious food and some personal items to those who are in need and cannot at the moment totally support themselves. The pantry is open on Wednesdays from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM and 6:00 PM-7:30 PM.

Rachel Breitbach
rbreitbach98@gmail.com
(608) 698-5660

https://alliedfoodpantry.wixsite.com/allied-food-pantry
6:00 AM-9:00 PM M-F; 12:00 PM-9:00 PM Sa-Su

Food

Non-perishable food items and grocery store gift cards.

American Parkinson Disease Association Wisconsin Chapter

The American Parkinson Disease Association Wisconsin Chapter provides education and support services to the 15,000 Wisconsinites living with PD and their families.

Rachel Wilberding
apdawi@apdaparkinson.org
(608) 345-7938

https://www.apdaparkinson.org/wisconsin
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Food

Bottled water, shelf-stable healthy snacks, grocery store and CostCo gift cards.

Badger Prairie Needs Network

Badger Prairie Needs Network (BPNN) is a 100% volunteer organization dedicated to fighting poverty and ending hunger locally. The agency provides food assistance to more than 14,000 individuals each year, serve a free community meal on Saturdays, and offers free legal assistance in landlord-tenant disputes, predatory lending abuses and senior housing issues.

Marcia Kasieta
info@bpnn.org
(608) 848-2499

https://www.bpnn.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM M, T, F; 10:00 AM-6:00 PM R; 10:00 AM-12:30 PM Sa

Food

Holiday food basket items: frozen turkies and hams, whole chickens, frozen vegetables, fresh produce and fruit, cereals, holiday baking items, feminine products, other personal essentials, dish soap, laundry detergent, grocery store gift cards and gas cards.

Central Wisconsin Center

Central Wisconsin Center, located in Madison, is home to 188 of the most medically frail and vulnerable people in the state who have intellectual disabilities. Since their residents are not able to live in the community Central Wisconsin Center strives each day to bring community to residents through volunteerism, donations and performances.

Jeanne Pagel
jeanne.pagel@dhs.wisconsin.gov
(608) 301-1954


8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Food

Cheese, sausage, and crackers for the annual Holiday Party hosted for the Family and Friends of residents to enjoy Christmastime with each other on December 8. Christmas cookies for UW Badger Volunteers and residents annual Christmas Bingo Party on December 3 and 5.

Centro Hispano of Dane County

Centro Hispano of Dane County has a vision that Dane County will be a community where Latino families can aspire upward and that Latino families can reach their personal goals and dreams because they feel engaged and stregthened within the community and have the tools for success.

Karime Perez Jaime
karime@micentro.org
(608) 442-4015

http://www.micentro.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM T-F

Food

Coffee and water bottles.

Colonial Club Senior Activity Center

The Colonial Club is a senior activity center where seniors gather to attend classes, activities and entertainment programs. The Colonial Club also provides services including on-site meals, meal delivery to homebound seniors, adult day center and case management services.

Kim Peterson
kpeterson@colonialclub.org
(608) 837-4611 x120

https://www.colonialclub.org
7:30 AM-3:00 PM M-R

Food

Sugar free candy, microwave popcorn, candy bars, chips, individuallly packaged treats for gifts at activities.

Community Action Coalition

Community Action Coalition's goal is to develop economic and social capacities of individuals, families, and communities to reduce poverty in Dane, Jefferson and Waukesha Counties.

Bridgette Weber
bridgettew@cacscw.org
(608) 246-4730 x241

https://www.cacscw.org/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Food

Canned vegetables, canned fruit in juice or light syrup, soy butter or alternative nut butters, peanut butter, canned chicken or tuna in water or olive oil, dried fruit, nuts and seeds, spices.

Community Justice Inc.

Community Justice, Inc is a nonprofit law firm serving low income individuals and families on a sliding scale in a wide variety of legal areas.

Mara Sheridan
marab@communityjusticeinc.org
(608) 442-3005


9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Food

Baking supplies such as sugar, flour, cooking oil, spices, baking soda, baking powder, shelf-stable holiday meal fixings such as gravy mix, dehydrated potatoes or pie crust mix; canned fruits.

Dane County Humane Society

Dane County Humane Society (DCHS) cares for 9,000 pets, farm animals and orphaned/injured wildlife a year. DCHS is adoption guarantee, meaning healthy or treatable animals can stay at DCHS as long as the need to find a home. DCHS is a community supported organization and relies on the community to provide refuge and new beginnings to animals in need.

Ash Collins
acollins@giveshelter.org
(608) 838-0413 x167

https://www.giveshelter.org
10:00 AM-7:00 PM M, T, R, F; 10:00 AM-5:00 PM W, Sa-Su

Food

Soft/moist, small training treats (no hard milkbones), canned squeeze cheese, rawhide rolls, bully sticks, pig ears, canned dog food, canned or ground cat and kitten food, KMR milk replacer, Royal Canin Baby Cat food dry and canned, Timothy hay, guinea pig Oxbow ® foods (Cavy Cuisine, Cavy Performance), bird seed (cockatiel, finch, parrot, parakeet), rabbit diet (Oxbow Adult & Young Adult).

DeForest Area Community and Senior Center

DeForest Area Community and Senior Center is a cooperative inter-municipal community and senior center providing area residents a welcoming place to meet, participate and volunteer while promoting independence, self-reliance and well-being for older adults and their families.

Anita Huber
ahuber@deforestcenter.org
(608) 846-9469 x1606

https://www.deforestcenter.org
9:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Food

Individually wrapped chocolate candy, coffee both regular and decaf, individual creamers plain or flavored.

East Madison Community Center, Inc.

The East Madison Community Center was established to promote educational, recreational and community activities for all citizens in its service area. EMCC strives to enhance the opportunities of as many individuals and groups as possible.

De'Kendrea Stamps
dstamps@eastmadisoncc.org
(608) 249-0861

https://eastmadisoncc.org/
10:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

Food

Seasonings/spices: cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cloves, pumpkin pie spice, allspice, bay leaves, turmeric, chili powder, cumin, curry powder, fennel, garlic, basil, oregano, rosemary, sage, thyme, cayenne, salt, pepper, vanilla/almond extract, sugar, flour, cornmeal, rice and canned goods.

Elver Park Neighborhood Center

The Elver Park Neighborhood Center offers an array of services to its Elver Park neighborhood, which include after school elementary and teen programs, summer youth programs, community events, access to a computer lab and addtional community resources through Joining Forces for Families.

Courtney Howard
choward@wisconsinyouthcompany.org
(608) 210-1625

https://www.wisconsinyouthcompany.org
10:00 AM-2:00 PM M-F

Food

Shelf-stable foods such as granola bars, crackers, cereals, ramen noodles, cans of soup, cans of vegetables.

Food for Thought Initiative

Food for Thought Initiative (Food4TI), an organization of over 55 volunteers, is guided by the belief that access to sufficient and healthy food is a basic human right. The mission of Food4TI is to improve food access and alleviate hunger among Madison public school students and their families.

Lea Aschkenase
food4ti@gmail.com
(608) 234-2623

https://www.food4ti.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-W

Food

Peanut butter or nut butters, canned protein (tuna, chicken), canned entrees with meat, canned fruit, snack bars with protein (e.g. breakfast bars, granola bars, energy bars), shelf stable milk.

Foundation for Black Women's Wellness

The Foundation for Black Women's Women's Wellness is committed to empowering black women to improve their health and well-being. The Foundation for Black Women's Wellness provides year-round health education, wellness programming, advocacy and social support to women as they work to eliminate health disparities and other barriers.

Lisa Peyton-Caire
info@ffbww.org
(608) 709-8840

http://ffbww.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Food

Grocery store gift cards, Willy Street Co-Op gift cards, local restaurant gift cards.

Gilda's Club Madison

Gilda's Club Madison creates a community of free emotional support, cancer education, and hope for children and adults with any cancer diagnosis and those who care for them. Gilda's Club Madison currently serves more than 4,000 members.

Jolene Rudisill
jolene@gildasclubmadison.org
(608) 828-8880

http://gildasclubmadison.org/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-R; 9:00 AM-12:00 PM F

Food

Grocery store gift cards, paper towels, paper plates, paper napkins, plastic food prep gloves, plastic food wrap, aluminum foil, tissues, unscented hand soap, toilet paper, Ziploc bags of all sizes, Amazon gift cards. See Amazon Wish List for more ideas!

Grace Food Pantry

Vikki Enright
togracechurchpantry@gmail.com
(608) 255-5147

http://www.gracechurchmadison.org/
9:00 AM-3:00 PM M-R, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM F

Food

Non-perishable food including canned tuna, canned chicken and peanut butter.

Hawthorne Elementary Community School

Hawthorne Elementary Community School serves roughly 400 scholars on the eastside of Madison.

Ericka Brown
ebrown2@madison.k12.wi.us
(608) 204-2526


8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Food

Food for the school pantry and classroom snacks, personal hygiene items and laundry soap.

Healing Horsemanship Foundation, Inc

Healing Horsemanship Foundation, Inc. is a charitable community organization that supports nature-based & Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) held at The Forever Farm in southeast Madison. Founded in 2007 in honor of Marilyn Cohen, who dreamed of a day when nobody would be turned away for lack of ability to pay.

Nikki Cohen-Wichner, LMFT
healinghorseman@aol.com
(608) 347-2392

https://www.nikkicohen-wichner.com/HealingHorsemanshipFoundationInc.en.html
10:00 AM-5:00 PM

Food

Purina Cat Chow, 50 lb bags of horse feed from Farm & Fleet: Nutrena Empower Boost Equine Fat Supplement &/or Standlee Alfalfa Pellets, Nutrena Stock & Stable.

Heartland Farm Sanctuary

Jamie Monroe
jamie.monroe@heartlandfarmsanctuary.org
(608) 440-1118

https://heartlandfarmsanctuary.org
9:00 AM-7:00 PM M-F

Food

Plastic jars of jelly or jam, sliced bread, hay, straw, canned pumpkin and canned fruit.

Independent Living, Inc

Independent Living, Inc. helps seniors and adults with disabilities live with as much independence as possible. This is accomplished through a comprehensive array of in-home services like Evening Meals on Wheels, home modifications and personal care and senior housing options in the Madison area.

Sue Berg
sberg@independentlivinginc.org
(608) 274-7900

https://www.IndependentLivingInc.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Food

Diabetic candy and boxes of cookies, holiday chocolates treats, gingerbread houses, wet and dry cat and dog food.

Journey Mental Health Center

Journey Mental Health Center improves people's lives by pioneering and sustaining effective mental health and substance-use disorder services throughout Dane County.

Dori Botts
dori.botts@journeymhc.org
(608) 280-2682

https://journeymhc.org
8:30 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Food

Pre-packaged individually wrapped snacks and beverages for children, baby formula.

Lake View Community School

Lake View Community School is a public elementary school on Madison's northside with 260 students. Seventy-four percent of the student population is low income and 42% speak a language other than English at home. Lake View Community School strives to meet the needs of all of our students in the areas of basic needs, healthy relationships and out of school time opportunities.

Rachel Deterding
rdeterding@madison.k12.wi.us
(608) 501-3112

http://www.lakeview.madison.k12.wi.us/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Food

Classroom snacks that follow the MMSD Healthy Snack Guidelines. More ideas on their Amazon Wish List.

Lussier Community Education Center

Cristina Johnson
cristina@LCECmadison.org
(608) 833-4979 x224

https://www.lcecmadison.org
8:30 AM-5:30 PM M-F

Food

Hearty soups, spaghetti, pasta sauce, canned fruit and vegetables, tuna and other canned meats, beans, juice, peanut butter, jelly, diapers, toilet paper, toothpaste, toothbrushes, paper towels, feminine products.

Madison Area Native Community

Madison Native American Program serves over 160 American Indian students in the Madison Metropolitan School District; providing academic support, cultural programs, student learning groups, graduation celebration and a summer bridge program.

Tara Tindall
tltindall@madison.k12.wi.us
(608) 663-8456

https://govprograms.madison.k12.wi.us/title-vi
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Food

Holiday food basket items.

Madison Area Rehabilitation Centers, Inc. (MARC)

Madison Area Rehabilitation Centers' (MARC) mission is to enhance the quality of life for individuals with intellectual disabilities. MARC is the largest provider of employment and day services in Dane County. MARC accomplishes its mission through individualized employment & internship supports, educational & training opportunities and community activities & personal care services.

Suzanne Hanson
sahanson2@marc-inc.org
(608) 223-9100 x26

https://www.marc-inc.org
8:00 AM-3:30 PM M-F

Food

Gift cards to Miller and Sons, Schubert’s (Mount Horeb), Perkins (Fish Hatchery), Culver’s, Walmart, Hy-Vee, Pick N' Save.

Madison-area Urban Ministry

Madison-area Urban Ministry focuses on economic justice, addressing the underlying causes of poverty, homelessness and racial disparities in our criminal justice systems. They advocate for criminal justice system reforms, access to quality education, access to fair and affordable housing, fair treatment of workers and a government committed to the common good.

Ron Burford
mentor@emum.org
(608) 256-0906

https://www.emum.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Food

Food to supplement Annual Holiday Party: rolls, vegetables, ground beef, chicken, tomato sauce, onions, salad, potatoes, butter, water bottles, cider, soda.

Mendota Elementary School

Mendota is a vibrant and diverse school on Madison's northside and one of MMSD's first Community Schools. As a community school they build on the assets of the community to help serve the identified needs of Mendota scholars, families and community through well integrated and coordinated, strategic partnerships.

Sonia Spencer
stspencer@madison.k12.wi.us
(608) 204-7862

https://mendota.madison.k12.wi.us/
8:00 AM-3:30 PM M-F

Food

Pantry donations of perishable and non-perishable items, holiday baskets, formulas, diapers.

Middleton Outreach Ministry

Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM) brings our community together to create food and housing security through action and advocacy. MOM serves people throughout West Madison, Middleton, and Cross Plains by providing case management, a food pantry and clothing center, emergency financial assistance and special services for seniors.

Shannon Ash
shannon@momhelps.org
(608) 826-3416

http://www.momhelps.org
9:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Food

Visit the MOM website for the Top 10 Most Needed Items during the holidays - topten.momhelps.org Food donations can be dropped off directly at the Food Pantry from 10:00 AM-2:00 PM Monday-Thursday and 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Friday-Saturday.

Middleton Youth Center

The Middleton Youth Center is a free, daily after school and 8-week summer program for 5th-8th grade students that integrates academic assistance, enrichment activities, community service, leadership development and mentoring.

Gabrielle Hinahara
ghinahara@ci.middleton.wi.us
(608) 821-8363

http://www.cityofmiddleton.us/youthcenter
11:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

Food

Holiday treats, after school snack foods, nonperishable foods that can be sent home with students over the weekend and winter break. No foods containing peanuts or tree nuts.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program, Inc.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program's mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities by providing the support and training necessary for each person to work and participate in the community and live as independently as possible.

Calli Dahl
calli@mtilp.net
(608) 288-8663

https://www.mtilp.net
8:00 AM-3:30 PM M-F

Food

Gift Cards (Culver's, Starbucks, Walmart, Subway, Pick N' Save, Bath and Body Works), gingerbread house kits (10).

Nehemiah

Nehemiah focuses on strengthening the African American community. Nehemiah cultivates character, leadership and economic development for the African American community through culturally grounded programs.

Marie Stolzenburg
volunteer@nehemiah.org
(608) 257-2453 x235

https://nehemiah.org
8:30 AM-4:00 PM M-R; 8:30 AM-12:00 PM F

Food

Grocery store gift cards.

NewBridge Madison

NewBridge Madison empowers older adults to access affordable resources to maintain their health, safety, independence and community connection. They offer case mangement services, home chore assitance, meal sites and programs and events designed for older adults.

Ruth Hellenbrand
ruthh@newbridgemadison.org
(608) 512-0000 x3012

https://www.newbridgemadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-R

Food

Hot chocolate, store bought Christmas cookies.

OutReach LGBTQ Community Center

OutReach LGBTQ Community Center is a social support community center for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer. OutReach has over 20 social/support groups, peer counseling, cyber center, lending library, community meeting room, services for LGBT seniors, speakers bureau and more.

Angie Rehling
angier@lgbtoutreach.org
(608) 255-8582

https://www.lgbtoutreach.org
12:00 PM-7:00 PM M-F

Food

Non-perishable food items.

Porchlight, Inc.

Porchlight strives to reduce homelessness in Dane County by collaborating with the community to provide shelter, affordable housing, and supportive services that eliminate barriers and empower the individuals and families they serve.

Jessica Mathis
jmathis@porchlightinc.org


http://www.porchlightinc.org

Food

64 oz juices (orange, grape, apple, fruit punch), cans of stew or soup, bags of nuts, mac & cheese, cans of chicken or tuna, dried fruits (apples, bananas, berries), jelly, peanut butter, condiments.

Positive Women for Change Inc.

Utilizing a peer coaching curriculum that fosters positive behavior change, Positive Women for Change (PW4C) connects participants to community resources and peer coaching in financial and life skills.

Kia Stearn
kia.pw4c@gmail.com
(608) 622-9351

http://www.positivewomenforchange.org/
2:00 PM-4:00 PM M-F

Food

Grocery store gift cards for food at weekly and/or monthly group support meetings, and for food insecure families.

Sankofa Behavioral & Community Health

Paris Smith
pariss@sankofabch.org
(608) 285-9101

http://sankofabch.org/
8:30 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Food

Food baskets, baby formula, pantry donations, canned foods.

Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin

Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin's mission provides millions of meals to individuals, families, children, and seniors who struggle with hunger through local community programs in 16 southwestern counties.

Pam Higham
pamh@shfbmadison.org
(608) 216-7214

https://www.secondharvestmadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Food

Peanut butter & jelly, water pack tuna, soup, canned fruit in juice or light syrup, shelf stable milk, mac & cheese, rice, masa/maseca, cereal, pasta, pasta sauce, oatmeal, canned beans (garbanzo, black, pinto), corn oil, canned diced tomatoes, canned collard or mustard greens, single serving items.

Special Olympics Wisconsin

Special Olympics Wisconsin provides year-round sports training and competition in a variety of sports for people with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage and experience joy while participating in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, fellow athletes and the community.


info@specialolympicswisconsin.org
(608) 222-1324

https://www.specialolympicswisconsin.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Food

Bottled water, nonperishable snacks, gift cards to CostCo or Walmart.

St. Vincent de Paul Madison

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul responds to poverty with person-to-person assistance such as housing, food, clothing, furniture and prescriptions.

Jennifer Troia
jtroia@gmail.com
(608) 442-7200 x426

http://www.svdpmadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM

Food

Flour, sugar, cooking oil, baking ingredients, cereal and holiday meal food items.

The Rainbow Project

The Rainbow Project is a counseling and resource clinic for young children and families who have experienced trauma, such as child abuse, neglect, sexual abuse, domestic violence, community violence, natural disaster, chronic illness and more. The Rainbow Project has been serving Dane County and surrounding counties since 1980.

Caitlin Bausch
rpdesk@therainbowproject.net
(608) 255-7356

http://www.therainbowproject.net
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Food

Individually packaged fruit snacks, chips, crackers, granola bars, goldfish, fruit cups, Jell-O, pudding, apple sauce, bottled water, juice boxes, shelf-stable milk, grocery store gift cards.

The River Food Pantry

Sarah Miller
volunteer@riverfoodpantry.org
(608) 442-8815

https://www.riverfoodpantry.org

Food

Tuna, masa flour, healthy cereals, soups, mac & cheese, 100% juice, baby food, baby formula. Snack-size items like juice boxes/pouches, crackers, fruit snacks, nuts.

The Road Home Dane County

The Road Home Dane County is committed to ending family homelessness in our community. They do this by developing long-term relationships with homeless families with children that change lives. The Road Home Dane County provides opportunities for families to achieve self-determined goals and affordable housing.

Alane Conn
vol.mgr@trhome.org
(608) 298-7998 x306

https://trhome.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Food

Snack-size and easy to prepare items for children, gift cards to local restaurants/fast food places, local grocery stores, smaller amount gift cards to fast food places for teenagers, individual juice boxes, bottles of juice, bottled water, disposable dishes and silverware, non-perishable food items for easy to make meals, microwavable popcorn, fruit snacks.

The Salvation Army of Dane County

The Salvation Army has offered spiritual ministry, social services and youth programs to thousands of Dane County residents annually without discrimination for 129 years. Current programs serve the most vulnerable members of our community, providing shelter for the homeless, food for the hungry and mentoring and education for at-risk children.

Debra Crye
Debra.Crye@usc.salvationarmy.org
(608) 250-2218

https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/danecounty/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Food

Frozen turkeys and the trimmings for a Thanksgiving meal November 28. Christmas cookies and treats for the shelter guests the week of Christmas.

Triangle Community Ministry

Triangle Community Ministry is an ecumenical ministry of presence in solidarity with residents of the Triangle (Area bounded by Park St., Regent St. and West Washington Ave.). The ministry assists and supports residents in their physical, emotional and spiritual well-being by providing a chaplain, registered parish nurse and outreach director.

Meg Nielsen
TriangleMinistry@sbcglobal.net
(608) 257-8517

http://www.TriangleMinistry.com
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-R

Food

Small packets of flavored coffee, stews, spaghetti sauces, pasta, rice, quick/microwaveable meals, canned fruit, couscous/noodles, artificial sweeteners and/or sugar packets.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc. seeks to serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing the diverse talents of members to create environments where children are motivated to achieve, and to empower people to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of the communities they serve.

Floyd Rose
president@100blackmenmadison.org
(608) 2058572

http://www.100blackmenmadison.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Boots, gloves, hats, snow pants, shirts, jackets, shoes, fleece jackets, pants, mittens, ear muffs, toiletries, feminine hygiene products, makeup kits, hygiene products.

Allied Drive Food Pantry

The Allied Drive Food Pantry is an emergency food pantry located in the Boys and Girls Club building off of Allied Drive in Fitchburg, WI. The pantry provides nutritious food and some personal items to those who are in need and cannot at the moment totally support themselves. The pantry is open on Wednesdays from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM and 6:00 PM-7:30 PM.

Rachel Breitbach
rbreitbach98@gmail.com
(608) 698-5660

https://alliedfoodpantry.wixsite.com/allied-food-pantry
6:00 AM-9:00 PM M-F; 12:00 PM-9:00 PM Sa-Su

Clothing and Personal Items

Feminine hygiene products, baby wipes, baby diapers - especially sizes 5 and 6.

Badger Prairie Needs Network

Badger Prairie Needs Network (BPNN) is a 100% volunteer organization dedicated to fighting poverty and ending hunger locally. The agency provides food assistance to more than 14,000 individuals each year, serve a free community meal on Saturdays, and offers free legal assistance in landlord-tenant disputes, predatory lending abuses and senior housing issues.

Marcia Kasieta
info@bpnn.org
(608) 848-2499

https://www.bpnn.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM M, T, F; 10:00 AM-6:00 PM R; 10:00 AM-12:30 PM Sa

Clothing and Personal Items

New mittens, gloves, coats, snowsuits, snow pants, scarves, hats, and socks for individuals of all ages and sizes; shampoo, deodorant, sanitary napkins, feminine hygiene products, combs, brushes, barrettes, headbands, toothpaste, toothbrushes.

Bayview Foundation, Inc.

Bayview Foundation, Inc. is an organization that provides affordable housing and supportive services to approximately 300 low income residents, primarily immigrants and refugees.

Nou Thao
nouthao@bayviewfoundation.org
(608) 256-7808

https://www.bayviewfoundation.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Sweatshirts with hoods, t-shirts, socks, winter coats, gloves, boots, shoes, winter hats, rain jackets, blankets, pillows, cooking supplies, small electric appliances, dishes, silverware.

Cardin Adult Family Home & Foster Home Inc

Cardin Adult Family Home & Foster Home Inc is an adult family home for adults and foster home for children and provides both long-term and short-term stays.

Katrina Cardin
ktcardin@gmail.com
(920) 205-7311


8:30 AM-4:30 PM Su-Sa

Clothing and Personal Items

Paper towels, toothbrushes, small toiletries - especially shampoo, conditioner, body wash.

Center for Suicide Awareness

The Center for Suicide Awareness is dedicated to bettering the community with the services and resources that include HOPELINE, a 24/7 emotional support text line. It's their mission to help prevent suicide through proactive education, training, emotional support, collaboration and intervention.

Barb Bigalke
barb@centerforsuicideawareness.org
(920) 475-4748

https://centerforsuicideawareness.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Throw blankets, travel size hygiene products, baby wipes, socks, mittens and hats of all sizes; lip balm, travel size washcloths.

Central Wisconsin Center

Central Wisconsin Center, located in Madison, is home to 188 of the most medically frail and vulnerable people in the state who have intellectual disabilities. Since their residents are not able to live in the community Central Wisconsin Center strives each day to bring community to residents through volunteerism, donations and performances.

Jeanne Pagel
jeanne.pagel@dhs.wisconsin.gov
(608) 301-1954


8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Winter hats and mittens.

Centro Hispano of Dane County

Centro Hispano of Dane County has a vision that Dane County will be a community where Latino families can aspire upward and that Latino families can reach their personal goals and dreams because they feel engaged and stregthened within the community and have the tools for success.

Karime Perez Jaime
karime@micentro.org
(608) 442-4015

http://www.micentro.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM T-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Hand sanitizer, toilet paper, paper towels, feminine hygiene products.

Colonial Club Senior Activity Center

The Colonial Club is a senior activity center where seniors gather to attend classes, activities and entertainment programs. The Colonial Club also provides services including on-site meals, meal delivery to homebound seniors, adult day center and case management services.

Kim Peterson
kpeterson@colonialclub.org
(608) 837-4611 x120

https://www.colonialclub.org
7:30 AM-3:00 PM M-R

Clothing and Personal Items

Shampoo, hand lotion, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, laundry detergent.

Community Action Coalition

Community Action Coalition's goal is to develop economic and social capacities of individuals, families, and communities to reduce poverty in Dane, Jefferson and Waukesha Counties.

Bridgette Weber
bridgettew@cacscw.org
(608) 246-4730 x241

https://www.cacscw.org/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Disposable baby diapers, new socks and underwear, new white t-shirts, men’s shoes & clothes, boys, girls & baby clothes; steel toe boots and non-slip work shoes; full size shampoo, conditioner & body wash; sample size soap bars, shampoo, conditioner and body wash; toilet paper, tooth brush and tooth paste.

Dane County Juvenile Shelter Home

Dane County Juvenile Shelter Home is a temporary living facility for juveniles between the ages of 11-17. Their mission is to provide for youth in crisis who are in need of a stable, safe environment or temporary home, while instilling accountability, teaching competency skills and ensuring community safety.

Catherine Arnold
arnold@countyofdane.com
(608) 246-3278

https://www.countyofdane.com/juvenilecourt
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Lip balm, body wash, backpacks, duffle bags, male and female underware, socks, pajamas, flip flops, swimsuits, sweat shirts, pants, lounge pants, gardening gloves, winter gloves, athletic shorts, yoga pants, and t-shirts and slippers of all sizes; shampoo, conditioner, lotions, hair accessories, hair brushes.

DeForest Area Community and Senior Center

DeForest Area Community and Senior Center is a cooperative inter-municipal community and senior center providing area residents a welcoming place to meet, participate and volunteer while promoting independence, self-reliance and well-being for older adults and their families.

Anita Huber
ahuber@deforestcenter.org
(608) 846-9469 x1606

https://www.deforestcenter.org
9:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Adult-sized mittens and scarves, Kleenex, paper towels, 10 oz bottles of hand sanitizer.

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS)

DAIS empowers those affected by domestic violence, including survivors, their children, and those who love them. Through its work, DAIS seeks Dane County to become a nonviolent community that actively promotes safety, peace, justice and hope.

Becky Olson
beckyo@abuseintervention.org
(608) 251-1237 x424

http://www.abuseintervention.org
9:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Grocery cards to Hyvee or Woodman’s in $25 increments, metal forks and spoons, pots and pans, pot holders; reusable dishwaser safe plastic glasses, bowls and plates, sippy cups and baby bottles; baby bibs; small kitchen appliances such as toasters, blenders, can openers and hand mixers; twin bed sheets and comforters; tote bags; umbrellas; African-American hair care products; deodorant; travel size tissues; lip balm; hand gel, soap and body wash; body and hand lotion; shave gel or cream; shower shoes, wash cloths and bath towels; baby wash and shampoo; brushes and combs; women’s underwear sizes 5, 6, 7, 11+; men’s underwear size XXL+; girl’s underwear sizes 2, 3, 5; boy’s underwear sizes 4, 5; onesies size 24-months.

East Madison Community Center, Inc.

The East Madison Community Center was established to promote educational, recreational and community activities for all citizens in its service area. EMCC strives to enhance the opportunities of as many individuals and groups as possible.

De'Kendrea Stamps
dstamps@eastmadisoncc.org
(608) 249-0861

https://eastmadisoncc.org/
10:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergent, toothpaste, toothbrushes, spray deodorant, bath soap or wash, shaving cream, razors, winter coats, socks, winter boots, gloves, mittens, scarves and winter hats for youth and adults; underwear ages 5-7 boys/girls, swimsuits, swim cap and goggles.

Elver Park Neighborhood Center

The Elver Park Neighborhood Center offers an array of services to its Elver Park neighborhood, which include after school elementary and teen programs, summer youth programs, community events, access to a computer lab and addtional community resources through Joining Forces for Families.

Courtney Howard
choward@wisconsinyouthcompany.org
(608) 210-1625

https://www.wisconsinyouthcompany.org
10:00 AM-2:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Clothing for children 5-18 years including shirts, sweaters, pants,sweat pants, shorts, socks, shoes, coats, snow boots, snow pants, gloves, hats, African American hair products.

Foundation for Black Women's Wellness

The Foundation for Black Women's Women's Wellness is committed to empowering black women to improve their health and well-being. The Foundation for Black Women's Wellness provides year-round health education, wellness programming, advocacy and social support to women as they work to eliminate health disparities and other barriers.

Lisa Peyton-Caire
info@ffbww.org
(608) 709-8840

http://ffbww.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Personal hygiene products, feminine hygiene products, toiletries, personal grooming supplies for women and girls.

Freedom Inc

Freedom, Inc. engages low- to no-income communities of color in Dane County. They work to end violence against people of color, women, those who non-traditionally gender identify, youth and elders. Freedom, Inc. creates healthy communities by campaigning against the root causes of violence.

Jessica Williams
jwilliams@freedom-inc.org
(480) 233-1392

http://freedom-inc.org/index.php
12:00 PM-3:00 PM T, 1:00 PM-5:00 PM W, 12:00 PM-3:00 PM R, 11:00 AM-4:00 PM F

Clothing and Personal Items

Diapers, wipes, Black hair products like grease and gel, makeup kits for black and olive complexions, soap, shampoo, hand and body lotion, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, lip balm, body wash, hair brushes, laundry detergent, paper towels, cleaning supplies, dish soap, Kleenex, Ziploc bags size quart and gallon. For children 0-12 years: coats, winter boots, gloves, mittens, hats, sweaters, new socks, snow pants, new underwear. For children 13+ years: hoodies, sweaters, new socks, coats, new underwear, pajamas, sweatpants, personal size blankets, slippers.

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church serves thousands of families in need by providing free clothing and a food patnry.

Donna Maysack
dmaysack@gslcwi.com
(608) 640-4931

https://www.gsoodshepherdlutheranchurch.com

Clothing and Personal Items

Gently used children's clothing.

Grace Food Pantry

Vikki Enright
togracechurchpantry@gmail.com
(608) 255-5147

http://www.gracechurchmadison.org/
9:00 AM-3:00 PM M-R, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM F

Clothing and Personal Items

Personal essentials including shampoo, conditioner, dish soap, laundry detergent, feminine hygiene products, diapers and baby wipes.

Healing Horsemanship Foundation, Inc

Healing Horsemanship Foundation, Inc. is a charitable community organization that supports nature-based & Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) held at The Forever Farm in southeast Madison. Founded in 2007 in honor of Marilyn Cohen, who dreamed of a day when nobody would be turned away for lack of ability to pay.

Nikki Cohen-Wichner, LMFT
healinghorseman@aol.com
(608) 347-2392

https://www.nikkicohen-wichner.com/HealingHorsemanshipFoundationInc.en.html
10:00 AM-5:00 PM

Clothing and Personal Items

Farm & Fleet gift cards, Carhart overalls & barn boots, gloves, hats.

Independent Living, Inc

Independent Living, Inc. helps seniors and adults with disabilities live with as much independence as possible. This is accomplished through a comprehensive array of in-home services like Evening Meals on Wheels, home modifications and personal care and senior housing options in the Madison area.

Sue Berg
sberg@independentlivinginc.org
(608) 274-7900

https://www.IndependentLivingInc.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Scarves, mittens or gloves; afghans or lap blankets, shawls, shower gel, lotions, hand soaps, hand-held gardening equipment, cleaning supplies, disinfectant wipes, paper towels, Windex, buckets, brooms, dust pans, sponges.

Jewish Social Services

Jewish Social Services provides short-term advocacy, long-term case management, immigration services, Jewish spiritual care, adult continuing education and social activities. Jewish Social Services welcomes and serves people of all ages and backgrounds.

Paul Borowsky
paul@jssmadison.org
(608) 442-4083

https://www.jssmadison.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Gift cards to department stores, grocery stores, drug stores and gas stations.

Journey Mental Health Center

Journey Mental Health Center improves people's lives by pioneering and sustaining effective mental health and substance-use disorder services throughout Dane County.

Dori Botts
dori.botts@journeymhc.org
(608) 280-2682

https://journeymhc.org
8:30 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

In-home safety items for children like baby gates, latches, outlet covers, car seats, diapers, socks, underwear and flip-flops for adult males and females, various toiletry items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant and shaving supplies.

Lake View Community School

Lake View Community School is a public elementary school on Madison's northside with 260 students. Seventy-four percent of the student population is low income and 42% speak a language other than English at home. Lake View Community School strives to meet the needs of all of our students in the areas of basic needs, healthy relationships and out of school time opportunities.

Rachel Deterding
rdeterding@madison.k12.wi.us
(608) 501-3112

http://www.lakeview.madison.k12.wi.us/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Personal hygiene items, diapers, toothpaste, toothbrushes, mouthwash, dental floss, soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, chapstick, diapers, and household cleaning products, bleach, laundry soap, dish soap, sponges.

Lighthouse Christian School

Lighthouse Christian School (LCS) is a bilingual, multicultural private school serving low-income, minority students. LCS goals include bridging the achievement gap in Madison, preparing scholars for college and beyond and being a positive influence in the community to bring about family change.

Tia Sierra
tsierra@lcsmadison.net
(608) 441-9408

https://www.lcsmadison.net
7:30 AM-5:30 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Chapstick, lotion, pencils, hand sanitizer.

Madison Area Native Community

Madison Native American Program serves over 160 American Indian students in the Madison Metropolitan School District; providing academic support, cultural programs, student learning groups, graduation celebration and a summer bridge program.

Tara Tindall
tltindall@madison.k12.wi.us
(608) 663-8456

https://govprograms.madison.k12.wi.us/title-vi
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Blankets, winter clothing.

Madison-area Urban Ministry

Madison-area Urban Ministry focuses on economic justice, addressing the underlying causes of poverty, homelessness and racial disparities in our criminal justice systems. They advocate for criminal justice system reforms, access to quality education, access to fair and affordable housing, fair treatment of workers and a government committed to the common good.

Ron Burford
mentor@emum.org
(608) 256-0906

https://www.emum.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Name brand shoes, Batman, Spider-man and Black Panther outfits; white socks, underwear, boxers, soap, deodorant, tissue, beach, hand and bath towels; toothpaste, toobbrushes, Bath & Body Works, spa kits, lotion, vaseline, coconut oil.

Mendota Elementary School

Mendota is a vibrant and diverse school on Madison's northside and one of MMSD's first Community Schools. As a community school they build on the assets of the community to help serve the identified needs of Mendota scholars, families and community through well integrated and coordinated, strategic partnerships.

Sonia Spencer
stspencer@madison.k12.wi.us
(608) 204-7862

https://mendota.madison.k12.wi.us/
8:00 AM-3:30 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Toiletries including feminine hygiene products; boots for students, blankets, bus passes, cab vouchers.

Middleton Outreach Ministry

Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM) brings our community together to create food and housing security through action and advocacy. MOM serves people throughout West Madison, Middleton, and Cross Plains by providing case management, a food pantry and clothing center, emergency financial assistance and special services for seniors.

Shannon Ash
shannon@momhelps.org
(608) 826-3416

http://www.momhelps.org
9:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

New or gently used seasonal clothing, bed linens, blankets, comforters, bath towels, washcloths, new socks, pajamas, bras and underwear for all sizes; toilet paper, paper towels, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrushes and toothpaste, body wash, feminine hygiene products, shaving cream, laundry detergent, hair care products for African American hair, diapers sizes - especially sizes 4-6.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program, Inc.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program's mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities by providing the support and training necessary for each person to work and participate in the community and live as independently as possible.

Calli Dahl
calli@mtilp.net
(608) 288-8663

https://www.mtilp.net
8:00 AM-3:30 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

New men's clothing sizes L-XL, women's clothing sizes M-L, socks all sizes, decorative twin bed sheets, winter hats, mittens, slippers, backpacks, hair accessories, hair brushes, combs, lotion, body sprays.

NAMI

NAMI Wisconsin is a state organization of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The mission of NAMI Wisconsin is to improve the quality of life of people affected by mental illness and to promote recovery.

Emily Grebner
emily@namiwisconsin.org
(608) 268-6000

https://namiwisconsin.org/
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

New winter clothing, blankets, scarves, hats, mittens, coats, sweaters, gloves.

Nehemiah

Nehemiah focuses on strengthening the African American community. Nehemiah cultivates character, leadership and economic development for the African American community through culturally grounded programs.

Marie Stolzenburg
volunteer@nehemiah.org
(608) 257-2453 x235

https://nehemiah.org
8:30 AM-4:00 PM M-R; 8:30 AM-12:00 PM F

Clothing and Personal Items

Toiletries, hygiene products, toilet tissue, diapers, men’s winter coats sizes L and XL, men’s steel toe work boots sizes 8-13.

NewBridge Madison

NewBridge Madison empowers older adults to access affordable resources to maintain their health, safety, independence and community connection. They offer case mangement services, home chore assitance, meal sites and programs and events designed for older adults.

Ruth Hellenbrand
ruthh@newbridgemadison.org
(608) 512-0000 x3012

https://www.newbridgemadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-R

Clothing and Personal Items

Incontinence under garments, shampoo, body wash, lotions.

OutReach LGBTQ Community Center

OutReach LGBTQ Community Center is a social support community center for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer. OutReach has over 20 social/support groups, peer counseling, cyber center, lending library, community meeting room, services for LGBT seniors, speakers bureau and more.

Angie Rehling
angier@lgbtoutreach.org
(608) 255-8582

https://www.lgbtoutreach.org
12:00 PM-7:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Any toiletries or hygiene products.

Porchlight, Inc.

Porchlight strives to reduce homelessness in Dane County by collaborating with the community to provide shelter, affordable housing, and supportive services that eliminate barriers and empower the individuals and families they serve.

Jessica Mathis
jmathis@porchlightinc.org


http://www.porchlightinc.org

Clothing and Personal Items

All purpose cleaner, disinfectant wipes, window and floor cleaner, sponges/scrubbers, kitchen and bathroom cleaners, single load laundry and dish pods and bottles, brooms, dust pans, mops, buckets, small garbage cans and bags, laundry baskets, sheet sets sizes twin-queen, twin sized blankets made of cotton or wool, bath towels, hand towels, wash cloths, Kleenex, toilet paper, paper towels, travel and family size shampoos, conditioner, soap/body wash, lotion, men and women’s deodorant and shaving cream.

Positive Women for Change Inc.

Utilizing a peer coaching curriculum that fosters positive behavior change, Positive Women for Change (PW4C) connects participants to community resources and peer coaching in financial and life skills.

Kia Stearn
kia.pw4c@gmail.com
(608) 622-9351

http://www.positivewomenforchange.org/
2:00 PM-4:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Business professional clothing, shoes, boots, and accessories such as jewelry, winter boots-waterproof for deep snow, stylish boots, 2 new large children’s blankets, 10 new teddy bears, 10 family essentials care items for Moms with kids.

Pregnany Helpline

Pregnancy Helpline Inc is a nonprofit organization providing life-affirming compassionate care. They give accurate information, material support and community referrals to women and their families before, during, and after pregnancy.

Stephanie Ehle
info@pregnancyhelpline.net
(608) 222-0008

https://www.pregnacyhelpline.net
8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Clothing and Personal Items

New or gently used winter items such as coats, snow pants, boots, mittens and gloves for children side 0-4T; diapers size 5-6, baby formula.

Sankofa Behavioral & Community Health

Paris Smith
pariss@sankofabch.org
(608) 285-9101

http://sankofabch.org/
8:30 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Blankets, diapers, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, lotion, razors, feminine hygiene products, sleeping bags, tissue, Kleenex; pants, socks, and shirts for men, women and children.

Santas Without Chimneys

Chaous Riddle
swc@asolidarity.org
(608) 219-4840

http://www.santaswithoutchimneys.org/
Hours Vary

Clothing and Personal Items

Warm blankets, new makeup, nail polish, hair care products for all hair types and skin colors.

St. Vincent de Paul Madison

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul responds to poverty with person-to-person assistance such as housing, food, clothing, furniture and prescriptions.

Jennifer Troia
jtroia@gmail.com
(608) 442-7200 x426

http://www.svdpmadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM

Clothing and Personal Items

Toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, soap, shampoo, conditioner, hygiene products, baby formula, baby wipes.

The Beacon - Homeless Day Resource Center

Kimberley Tesch
ktesch@ccmadison.org
(608) 826-8040

http://www.thebeaconhelps.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

New children’s snow pants/snow suits, hats and gloves, long underwear sizes infant-adult 3XL, winter boots all sizes, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, new socks and underwear all sizes, adult sweatshirts, reading glasses.

The River Food Pantry

Sarah Miller
volunteer@riverfoodpantry.org
(608) 442-8815

https://www.riverfoodpantry.org

Clothing and Personal Items

New or gently used clothing, blankets, towels, shoes, socks, boots, coats, miscellaneous household items like glasses, silverware, plates; men’s and kids’ clothing, liquid soap, toilet paper, paper towels, shampoo, toothpaste, feminine hygiene products.

The Road Home Dane County

The Road Home Dane County is committed to ending family homelessness in our community. They do this by developing long-term relationships with homeless families with children that change lives. The Road Home Dane County provides opportunities for families to achieve self-determined goals and affordable housing.

Alane Conn
vol.mgr@trhome.org
(608) 298-7998 x306

https://trhome.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Clothing and Personal Items

Toilet paper, paper towels, diapers sizes 4-6, diaper wipes, baby care items, diaper cream, baby blankets, laundry detergent, bleach, fabric softener, rolls of quarters for the laundromat, household cleaning supplies such as 409, Clorox, kitchen size trash bags, dish soap, sponges, bathroom cleaner, liquid hand soap; shampoo and conditioner, African American hair care items, body wash, feminine hygiene products, lotion, hair ties, hair accessories, brushes, combs, body wash sets, facial tissue, socks for all ages, underwear and thermal underwear for all ages, pajamas for children and young teens, bed pillows, full size blankets, bath towels.

The Salvation Army of Dane County

The Salvation Army has offered spiritual ministry, social services and youth programs to thousands of Dane County residents annually without discrimination for 129 years. Current programs serve the most vulnerable members of our community, providing shelter for the homeless, food for the hungry and mentoring and education for at-risk children.

Debra Crye
Debra.Crye@usc.salvationarmy.org
(608) 250-2218

https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/danecounty/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Clothing and Personal Items

New twin size bedding, pillows, wash clothes, towels, pots and pans, cookware, kitchen utensils, dish rack, dish cloths and towels, mops, buckets, brooms and dust pans, disposable diapers or pull ups size 3-5, wet wipes, sippy cups, personal care items such as shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrush, razors, shaving cream, lotion, lip balm and famine hygiene products.

Triangle Community Ministry

Triangle Community Ministry is an ecumenical ministry of presence in solidarity with residents of the Triangle (Area bounded by Park St., Regent St. and West Washington Ave.). The ministry assists and supports residents in their physical, emotional and spiritual well-being by providing a chaplain, registered parish nurse and outreach director.

Meg Nielsen
TriangleMinistry@sbcglobal.net
(608) 257-8517

http://www.TriangleMinistry.com
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-R

Clothing and Personal Items

Shampoo, conditioner, toilet paper, facial tissues, body soap, mouth wash, dental floss, hand soap, dish soap, wash cloths, bath towels, toothbrushes, toothpaste.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc. seeks to serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing the diverse talents of members to create environments where children are motivated to achieve, and to empower people to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of the communities they serve.

Floyd Rose
president@100blackmenmadison.org
(608) 2058572

http://www.100blackmenmadison.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

Large gift bags.

Badger Prairie Needs Network

Badger Prairie Needs Network (BPNN) is a 100% volunteer organization dedicated to fighting poverty and ending hunger locally. The agency provides food assistance to more than 14,000 individuals each year, serve a free community meal on Saturdays, and offers free legal assistance in landlord-tenant disputes, predatory lending abuses and senior housing issues.

Marcia Kasieta
info@bpnn.org
(608) 848-2499

https://www.bpnn.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM M, T, F; 10:00 AM-6:00 PM R; 10:00 AM-12:30 PM Sa

Holiday Decorations

Holiday gift wrap and tape.

Capitol Lakes Health Center

Capitol Lakes Health Center is a skilled nursing facility within Capitol Lakes Retirement Community. It is located in downtown Madison and the population served are in rehibialtion or long term care.

Dawn Vandre
dvandre@retirement.org
(608) 283-2103

https://www.retirement.org/madison/
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

Holiday party supplies - wall decorations, table decorations, napkins, paper plates.

Center for Suicide Awareness

The Center for Suicide Awareness is dedicated to bettering the community with the services and resources that include HOPELINE, a 24/7 emotional support text line. It's their mission to help prevent suicide through proactive education, training, emotional support, collaboration and intervention.

Barb Bigalke
barb@centerforsuicideawareness.org
(920) 475-4748

https://centerforsuicideawareness.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

Curling ribbon, supportive cards with envelopes.

Central Wisconsin Center

Central Wisconsin Center, located in Madison, is home to 188 of the most medically frail and vulnerable people in the state who have intellectual disabilities. Since their residents are not able to live in the community Central Wisconsin Center strives each day to bring community to residents through volunteerism, donations and performances.

Jeanne Pagel
jeanne.pagel@dhs.wisconsin.gov
(608) 301-1954


8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

Pre-lit Christmas tree(s) or regular tree(s) with a strand lights that are at least 6ft tall, blank Christmas cards, non-glass decorations.

Centro Hispano of Dane County

Centro Hispano of Dane County has a vision that Dane County will be a community where Latino families can aspire upward and that Latino families can reach their personal goals and dreams because they feel engaged and stregthened within the community and have the tools for success.

Karime Perez Jaime
karime@micentro.org
(608) 442-4015

http://www.micentro.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM T-F

Holiday Decorations

Wrapping paper.

Colonial Club Senior Activity Center

The Colonial Club is a senior activity center where seniors gather to attend classes, activities and entertainment programs. The Colonial Club also provides services including on-site meals, meal delivery to homebound seniors, adult day center and case management services.

Kim Peterson
kpeterson@colonialclub.org
(608) 837-4611 x120

https://www.colonialclub.org
7:30 AM-3:00 PM M-R

Holiday Decorations

Paper plates, napkins, tablecloths, scotch tape, holiday wrapping paper, dry erase markers.

Foundation for Black Women's Wellness

The Foundation for Black Women's Women's Wellness is committed to empowering black women to improve their health and well-being. The Foundation for Black Women's Wellness provides year-round health education, wellness programming, advocacy and social support to women as they work to eliminate health disparities and other barriers.

Lisa Peyton-Caire
info@ffbww.org
(608) 709-8840

http://ffbww.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

Mini Christmas trees, ornaments, party supplies, tree lights, holiday cards.

Hancock Center for Dance/Movement Therapy, Inc.

Hancock Center provides dance and movement therapy services to people of all ages and abilities. Programs include in-school therapy and building connection through movement for classrooms in Madison schools, a creative movement group for adults with developmental challenges and individual and group therapy.

Laura Rogers
info@hancockcenter.net
(608) 251-0908 x10

http://hancockcenter.net
9:30 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

White string lights.

Heartland Hospice

Heartland Hospice provides hospice care to terminally ill patients wherever they call home. Heartland Hospice's mission is to enrich the lives of others. They believe wholeheartedly in the power of the individual, the importance of relationships and the value of respect and dignity to everyone at every stage of life.

Brittney Behrendt
volunteermadison@hcr-manorcare.com
(608) 819-0033

https://www.heartlandhospice.com
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

Paint brushes, paint pens, paints, popsicle sticks, glitter paint, glue, small gift bags, tissue paper, ribbon. Ornaments that are clear plastic, white or unpainted, or shatter resistant solid-colored.

Ingleside Communities

Ingleside Communities provide all-in-one senior services that include residential care apartments, assisted living, skilled nursing care and well-equipped therapy center that services both inpatient and outpatient clients.

Stephanie Brady
sbrady@carriagehealthcare.com
(608) 437-5511 x117

https://www.inglesidecommunities.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

Holiday wrapping paper, gift bags, tissue paper, gift boxes of all sizes, rolls of red & green plastic table cloths (2 of each color), 300 holiday napkins - all the same design, 300 black heavy-duty plastic plates, 300 black dessert plastic plates, 300 sets of black plastic silverware.

Madison Senior Center

The Madison Senior Center (MSC) is a full service senior center serving Madison area adults age 55+. MSC offers classes, programs and activities that address the physical, psychological and social dimensions of an active, older adult. Over 6,000 Madison area seniors use the center on a yearly basis.

John Weichelt
jweichelt@cityofmadison.com
(608) 267-2344

https://www.madisonseniorcenter.com
8:30 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

Disposable table cloths, utensils, cups, napkins, red or green colored placemats; red, green or gold wall paper rolls at least 2 feet wide.

Madison-area Urban Ministry

Madison-area Urban Ministry focuses on economic justice, addressing the underlying causes of poverty, homelessness and racial disparities in our criminal justice systems. They advocate for criminal justice system reforms, access to quality education, access to fair and affordable housing, fair treatment of workers and a government committed to the common good.

Ron Burford
mentor@emum.org
(608) 256-0906

https://www.emum.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

Gift boxes, stockings, tree decor, sting lights.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program, Inc.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program's mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities by providing the support and training necessary for each person to work and participate in the community and live as independently as possible.

Calli Dahl
calli@mtilp.net
(608) 288-8663

https://www.mtilp.net
8:00 AM-3:30 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

Holiday cards, Christmas lights.

NewBridge Madison

NewBridge Madison empowers older adults to access affordable resources to maintain their health, safety, independence and community connection. They offer case mangement services, home chore assitance, meal sites and programs and events designed for older adults.

Ruth Hellenbrand
ruthh@newbridgemadison.org
(608) 512-0000 x3012

https://www.newbridgemadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-R

Holiday Decorations

Unopened holiday napkins, individually wrapped holiday candy.

OutReach LGBTQ Community Center

OutReach LGBTQ Community Center is a social support community center for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer. OutReach has over 20 social/support groups, peer counseling, cyber center, lending library, community meeting room, services for LGBT seniors, speakers bureau and more.

Angie Rehling
angier@lgbtoutreach.org
(608) 255-8582

https://www.lgbtoutreach.org
12:00 PM-7:00 PM M-F

Holiday Decorations

All holiday decorations in good condition.

Santas Without Chimneys

Chaous Riddle
swc@asolidarity.org
(608) 219-4840

http://www.santaswithoutchimneys.org/
Hours Vary

Holiday Decorations

Tape, non-religious wrapping paper, gift bags, ribbon, gift labels, Santa suits, Santa wigs and beards, decorations for Santa’s Workshop space.

Triangle Community Ministry

Triangle Community Ministry is an ecumenical ministry of presence in solidarity with residents of the Triangle (Area bounded by Park St., Regent St. and West Washington Ave.). The ministry assists and supports residents in their physical, emotional and spiritual well-being by providing a chaplain, registered parish nurse and outreach director.

Meg Nielsen
TriangleMinistry@sbcglobal.net
(608) 257-8517

http://www.TriangleMinistry.com
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-R

Holiday Decorations

Christmas party supplies, battery operated candles, glitter glue, tacky glue, adult scissors, stickers, card stock, paper towels ;red, green, gold and variegated colored yarn.

350 Madison Climate Action Team

350 Madison is the local action group of the international organization 350.org. 350 Madison plan and participate in local, national and international actions to raise awareness of the pressing need to address climate change and support a just transition to a world fueled by 100% renewable energy.

Stephanie Robinson
stephanie.robinson@350madison.org
(608) 345-9347

http://www.350madison.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Printing services for t-shirts, signs, banners and leaflets; storage space; gift cards; office supply gift cards; 8.5x11" recycled copy paper; Forever stamps; sticky name tags.

4-C (Community Coordinated Child Care, Inc.)

4-C is a child care resource and referral agency serving an eight county region. Services include referrals to regulated child care, developmental screening, family child care certification, early childhood professional development and training, YoungStar and the Child and Adult Care Food Program.

Joyce Schneider
joyces@4-c.org
(608) 216-7013

https://www.4-C.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

20 copies of each: "My Heart Fills With Happiness" by Monique Gray Smith & Julie Flett, "Big Questions for Young Minds" by Lisa Mufson Strasser and Bresson; 25-35 copies of "Lisa Murphy on Play: The Foundation of Children’s Learning" by Lisa Murphy, Folkmanis Turtle Puppets - any size.

9 Lives Rescue

9 Lives Rescue is a small, foster based cat and kitten rescue serving Dane County and the southern Wisconsin area. 9 Lives Rescue is passionate about enriching the lives of people and cats by providing personalized adoptions for homeless cats and kittens.

Janell Moody
Janell@9livesrescue.com
(608) 212-7226

https://www.9livesrescue.com
10:00 AM-9:00 PM M-Su

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Clumping litter such as pine pellet litter and Yesterday’s News litter; small scratching posts or scratching pads, disinfecting wipes, paper towels, gift cards to pet supply stores.

American Parkinson Disease Association Wisconsin Chapter

The American Parkinson Disease Association Wisconsin Chapter provides education and support services to the 15,000 Wisconsinites living with PD and their families.

Rachel Wilberding
apdawi@apdaparkinson.org
(608) 345-7938

https://www.apdaparkinson.org/wisconsin
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

iPad, collapsible wagon, plastic storage bins, gift cards, FitBit activitiy trackers, 10x10' outdoor tent, Keurig-style coffee maker, 8.5x11" white copy paper, address labels, postage stamps, under-counter size refrigerator; sporting, theater, music, or art event tickets.

Badger Prairie Needs Network

Badger Prairie Needs Network (BPNN) is a 100% volunteer organization dedicated to fighting poverty and ending hunger locally. The agency provides food assistance to more than 14,000 individuals each year, serve a free community meal on Saturdays, and offers free legal assistance in landlord-tenant disputes, predatory lending abuses and senior housing issues.

Marcia Kasieta
info@bpnn.org
(608) 848-2499

https://www.bpnn.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM M, T, F; 10:00 AM-6:00 PM R; 10:00 AM-12:30 PM Sa

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Garbage bags size 39 gallon +, window cleaner, paper towels, paper napkins, drink mix, ground coffee, coffee maker, small crock pot, Ziplock freezer bags size quart and gallon, Amazon gift cards, 4 new Dell Inspiron 23.8 all-in-one computers with 8gb ram.

Bayview Foundation, Inc.

Bayview Foundation, Inc. is an organization that provides affordable housing and supportive services to approximately 300 low income residents, primarily immigrants and refugees.

Nou Thao
nouthao@bayviewfoundation.org
(608) 256-7808

https://www.bayviewfoundation.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Color laser printer, Chromebooks or iPads, digital camera(s), general office supplies.

Box of Balloons, Inc.

Box of Balloons provides birthday parties to children in need. Box of Balloons believes each birthday should be happy and every child should be celebrated. Box of Ballloons partners with community social workers to identify children who otherwise will not get a celebration. A birthday party is a time of love, joy and hope.

Nicole Moll
contact@boxofballoons.org
(608) 697-7809

https://www.boxofballoons.org
8:00 AM-6:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Scotch tape, stamps, #10 white legal envelopes, white 18x12x12" boxes.

Cardin Adult Family Home & Foster Home Inc

Cardin Adult Family Home & Foster Home Inc is an adult family home for adults and foster home for children and provides both long-term and short-term stays.

Katrina Cardin
ktcardin@gmail.com
(920) 205-7311


8:30 AM-4:30 PM Su-Sa

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

HP564 black ink for HP Photosmart 7525 printer, storage bins.

Center for Suicide Awareness

The Center for Suicide Awareness is dedicated to bettering the community with the services and resources that include HOPELINE, a 24/7 emotional support text line. It's their mission to help prevent suicide through proactive education, training, emotional support, collaboration and intervention.

Barb Bigalke
barb@centerforsuicideawareness.org
(920) 475-4748

https://centerforsuicideawareness.org
8:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Projector, Cricut Electric Cutting Machine, bubble mailers, packing tape, stamps.

Centro Hispano of Dane County

Centro Hispano of Dane County has a vision that Dane County will be a community where Latino families can aspire upward and that Latino families can reach their personal goals and dreams because they feel engaged and stregthened within the community and have the tools for success.

Karime Perez Jaime
karime@micentro.org
(608) 442-4015

http://www.micentro.org/
10:00 AM-12:00 PM T-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

8.5x11" white copy paper, stamps, cleaning supplies, hair covers, disposable gloves, antibacterial wipes or gel, sponges, cups, plates, utensils.

Children's Theater of Madison

Children's Theatre of Madison provides exceptional theatre productions for family audiences. As a theater for young audiences, education is at the core of all they do. Their year-round educational program includes classes for pre-K through grade 12 and enrolls over 1,100 students per year.

Amy Montoya
admin@ctmtheater.org
(608) 255-2080 x0

https://ctmtheater.org/
9:00 AM-4:00 PM

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Bluetooth speakers, keyboard case for a Casio Privia digital piano, lamination machine, folding machine, folding table, child-sized scissors, reams of brightly colored paper, reams of 65 lb. cardstock, manila envelopes size 6x9" and 10x13", ensory friendly items such as a transformer sensory sack, Crawl & Calm resistance tunnel, hopper balls, yoga pretzels.

Colonial Club Senior Activity Center

The Colonial Club is a senior activity center where seniors gather to attend classes, activities and entertainment programs. The Colonial Club also provides services including on-site meals, meal delivery to homebound seniors, adult day center and case management services.

Kim Peterson
kpeterson@colonialclub.org
(608) 837-4611 x120

https://www.colonialclub.org
7:30 AM-3:00 PM M-R

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Commercial vacuum, iPad or tablet, 8.5x11" white copy paper, calculators, stamps, 3-ring binders, brown paper lunch bags; miscellaneous prizes that are $5 or less such as puzzlebooks, stationery or beverage mugs.

Community Action Coalition

Community Action Coalition's goal is to develop economic and social capacities of individuals, families, and communities to reduce poverty in Dane, Jefferson and Waukesha Counties.

Bridgette Weber
bridgettew@cacscw.org
(608) 246-4730 x241

https://www.cacscw.org/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Refrigerated straight truck.

Community GroundWorks

Community GroundWorks is an organization that connects people to nature and local food. Through hands-on education, children and adults learn gardening, urban farming, healthful eating and to care for natural areas.

Heather Schmidt
info@communitygroundworks.org
(608) 240-0409

https://www.communitygroundworks.org
9:00 AM-3:00 PM M-R

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Seeds, 1-2 new lightweight wheelbarrows.

Community Justice Inc.

Community Justice, Inc is a nonprofit law firm serving low income individuals and families on a sliding scale in a wide variety of legal areas.

Mara Sheridan
marab@communityjusticeinc.org
(608) 442-3005


9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Office supplies; office furniture such as a couch, chairs and a coffee table.

Dane County Humane Society

Dane County Humane Society (DCHS) cares for 9,000 pets, farm animals and orphaned/injured wildlife a year. DCHS is adoption guarantee, meaning healthy or treatable animals can stay at DCHS as long as the need to find a home. DCHS is a community supported organization and relies on the community to provide refuge and new beginnings to animals in need.

Ash Collins
acollins@giveshelter.org
(608) 838-0413 x167

https://www.giveshelter.org
10:00 AM-7:00 PM M, T, R, F; 10:00 AM-5:00 PM W, Sa-Su

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Paper towels, Kleenex, Dawn dish detergent, dish sponges, bleach, hand sanitizer, manila folders, 8.5x11" copy paper, liquid laundry detergent, paper plates.

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS)

DAIS empowers those affected by domestic violence, including survivors, their children, and those who love them. Through its work, DAIS seeks Dane County to become a nonviolent community that actively promotes safety, peace, justice and hope.

Becky Olson
beckyo@abuseintervention.org
(608) 251-1237 x424

http://www.abuseintervention.org
9:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Amazon gift cards in $100 increments, portable file storage, banker boxes, 2-drawer file cabinets.

East Madison Community Center, Inc.

The East Madison Community Center was established to promote educational, recreational and community activities for all citizens in its service area. EMCC strives to enhance the opportunities of as many individuals and groups as possible.

De'Kendrea Stamps
dstamps@eastmadisoncc.org
(608) 249-0861

https://eastmadisoncc.org/
10:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, bean bag chairs, first aid kits, paper shredder.

Elver Park Neighborhood Center

The Elver Park Neighborhood Center offers an array of services to its Elver Park neighborhood, which include after school elementary and teen programs, summer youth programs, community events, access to a computer lab and addtional community resources through Joining Forces for Families.

Courtney Howard
choward@wisconsinyouthcompany.org
(608) 210-1625

https://www.wisconsinyouthcompany.org
10:00 AM-2:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Bean bag chairs, lip balm, Vaseline, charging station for electronic devices, blender, air fryer; laptops, desktops and tablets.

Foundation for Black Women's Wellness

The Foundation for Black Women's Women's Wellness is committed to empowering black women to improve their health and well-being. The Foundation for Black Women's Wellness provides year-round health education, wellness programming, advocacy and social support to women as they work to eliminate health disparities and other barriers.

Lisa Peyton-Caire
info@ffbww.org
(608) 709-8840

http://ffbww.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

2 Mac Book Pros, Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II Compact Digital Camera with 1 inch Sensor and 3 inch LCD - Wi-Fi in silver, Dafi Alkaline UP Crystal Glass Water Pitcher, 8.5x11" white copy paper, dry erase board, dry erase markers, erasers, Post-it notes, large sticky flip charts, fax machine, 8x11 hot & cold water dispenser, Keurig coffee machine, Keurig pods, bleach wipes, hand sanitizer, paper towels, napkins, shelf liners, essential oil sets; Target, Office Depot, Staples, Home Depot, Amazon.com gift cards.

Freedom Inc

Freedom, Inc. engages low- to no-income communities of color in Dane County. They work to end violence against people of color, women, those who non-traditionally gender identify, youth and elders. Freedom, Inc. creates healthy communities by campaigning against the root causes of violence.

Jessica Williams
jwilliams@freedom-inc.org
(480) 233-1392

http://freedom-inc.org/index.php
12:00 PM-3:00 PM T, 1:00 PM-5:00 PM W, 12:00 PM-3:00 PM R, 11:00 AM-4:00 PM F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Gift cards to office supplies stores, minivan or vehicle that holds 7-8 people, bus passes, Badger Cab vouchers, bluetooth speakers, 5 tablets, prepaid cell phones.

Gilda's Club Madison

Gilda's Club Madison creates a community of free emotional support, cancer education, and hope for children and adults with any cancer diagnosis and those who care for them. Gilda's Club Madison currently serves more than 4,000 members.

Jolene Rudisill
jolene@gildasclubmadison.org
(608) 828-8880

http://gildasclubmadison.org/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-R; 9:00 AM-12:00 PM F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

8.5x11" white multi-purpose paper (20#), 8.5x11" white cardstock copy paper, 8.5x11" white glossy or photo paper, Manila 1/3 cut file folders (3 tab), large flip charts, Post-it notes, Pilot G-2 pens, black Sharpie markers. See Amazon Wish List for more ideas.

Girls on the Run of South Central Wisconsin

Girls on the Run educates and prepares 3-5th grade girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living through a physical activity-based after-school program. Participation in Girls on the Run positively impacts self-esteem, inspires healthy behaviors, increases participation in physical activity and instills confidence.

Christine Benedict
christine.benedict@girlsontherun.org
(608) 831-4687

https://www.girlsontherunscwi.org/
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

First aid kits, ice packs, washable markers, hanging file folders; Ziplock plastic bags size 2-gallon, 1-gallon and quart; ribbon of all colors, hair ties of all colors, poster board, cardstock paper, construction paper, 8.5x11" copy paper, poly spots, black or blue pens, sidewalk chalk, safety pins, index cards.

Hancock Center for Dance/Movement Therapy, Inc.

Hancock Center provides dance and movement therapy services to people of all ages and abilities. Programs include in-school therapy and building connection through movement for classrooms in Madison schools, a creative movement group for adults with developmental challenges and individual and group therapy.

Laura Rogers
info@hancockcenter.net
(608) 251-0908 x10

http://hancockcenter.net
9:30 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Non-religious holiday music CDs, birthday cards, blank thank you cards, gift cards to buy new music at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Shopko, new art supplies, drawing paper, washable markers, oil pastels, modeling clay, Play-Doh, iPad, laptops, an adult size weighted blanket, yoga mats, yoga bolsters, yoga blocks, self-care items like lotion or aromatherapy products.

Healing Horsemanship Foundation, Inc

Healing Horsemanship Foundation, Inc. is a charitable community organization that supports nature-based & Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) held at The Forever Farm in southeast Madison. Founded in 2007 in honor of Marilyn Cohen, who dreamed of a day when nobody would be turned away for lack of ability to pay.

Nikki Cohen-Wichner, LMFT
healinghorseman@aol.com
(608) 347-2392

https://www.nikkicohen-wichner.com/HealingHorsemanshipFoundationInc.en.html
10:00 AM-5:00 PM

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

15 Little Giant 20 Quart DuraFlex Flat Back Plastic Bucket, 10 Little Giant 8 Quart DuraFlex Flat Back Plastic Bucket, new/used farm tractor with loader and PTO with 3-point hitch, 3-point implements for Community Garden Of Hope, planters of all sizes, new sign, wheelbarrows of any style.

Heartland Farm Sanctuary

Jamie Monroe
jamie.monroe@heartlandfarmsanctuary.org
(608) 440-1118

https://heartlandfarmsanctuary.org
9:00 AM-7:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Paper towels, Marth animal bedding with pine shavings, vet care gift cards to Country View Vet, UW Vetrinary Medicine; 55-gallon garbage bags, building supply gift cards to Home Depot or Menards; Kleenex, latex-free disposable gloves, Forever stamps, ink cartridges for HP Office Jet Pro 8710 and HP Office Jet Pro 8600; office supply gift cards to Staples, Office Depot or Office Max; hand sanitizer, Dr. Bronner's liquid soap, kiddie pools, white drawing paper, blank white canvases of any size, gift cards to Target, Michael's, CostCo, Amazon or Half Priced Books.

Heartland Hospice

Heartland Hospice provides hospice care to terminally ill patients wherever they call home. Heartland Hospice's mission is to enrich the lives of others. They believe wholeheartedly in the power of the individual, the importance of relationships and the value of respect and dignity to everyone at every stage of life.

Brittney Behrendt
volunteermadison@hcr-manorcare.com
(608) 819-0033

https://www.heartlandhospice.com
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Clear front report covers, items for children's bereavement kits like small new stuffed animals, markers, crayons, journal or books; small crayon boxes with 4-5 crayons each, crossword books, quilting fabric, vigil volunteer kit supplies like mints, hand lotion, chapstick, bottled water, CD's of soft intrumental music; small and travel size Kleenex boxes, thank you cards, birthday cards.

Hope Haven

Hope Haven, a program run by Catholic Charities, which helps restore lives and families by providing residential alcohol and drug treatment to adult women and men facing substance use disorder (SUD). Since 1973, Hope Haven provides affordable, effective, individualized, caring and comprehensive services that address all issues related to recovery.

Mary Stalowski
mstalowski@ccmadison.org
(608) 310-4164

https://www.hopehavenhelps.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

2" white 3 ring binders.

Independent Living, Inc

Independent Living, Inc. helps seniors and adults with disabilities live with as much independence as possible. This is accomplished through a comprehensive array of in-home services like Evening Meals on Wheels, home modifications and personal care and senior housing options in the Madison area.

Sue Berg
sberg@independentlivinginc.org
(608) 274-7900

https://www.IndependentLivingInc.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Insulated bags to carry 10-12 hot meals, 18x20" reusable tote bags, white and brown paper lunch bags size 5x3x10", 5 first aid kits, windshield washer fluid, paper cutter, postage stamps, 8.5x11" and 11x17" white copy paper, desk color printer, flat screen 32” TV monitor, copy machine, CD player, TN360 ink toner, Swiffer Wet Jet, Swiffer Duster.

Jewish Social Services

Jewish Social Services provides short-term advocacy, long-term case management, immigration services, Jewish spiritual care, adult continuing education and social activities. Jewish Social Services welcomes and serves people of all ages and backgrounds.

Paul Borowsky
paul@jssmadison.org
(608) 442-4083

https://www.jssmadison.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Printers, laptops, docking stations, stackable chairs with arms.

Kennedy Heights Community Center

Kennedy Heights Community Center is located on the northside of Madison and serves 105 apartments. Kennedy Heights Community Center focuses on creating a safe environment for homework and a place where children can come for love and support.

Patrina White
director@khcommunitycenter.org
(608) 244-0767

https://www.khcommunitycenter.org
9:00 AM-7:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Two new couches.

Latino Academy of Workforce Development

The Latino Academy provides quality education and training to adults in Dane County to move them into sustainable-livable wages and career pathways.

Eli Lorenz
elizabethl@latinoacademywi.org
(608) 310-4573

http://www.latinoacademywi.org
9:00 AM-6:00 PM M-F; 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Sa

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

15 laptops.

Lighthouse Christian School

Lighthouse Christian School (LCS) is a bilingual, multicultural private school serving low-income, minority students. LCS goals include bridging the achievement gap in Madison, preparing scholars for college and beyond and being a positive influence in the community to bring about family change.

Tia Sierra
tsierra@lcsmadison.net
(608) 441-9408

https://www.lcsmadison.net
7:30 AM-5:30 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

8.5x11" white copy paper, dry erase markers, masking tape, shipping tape, scotch tape, colored copy paper, manila folders, black pens, food, personal items.

Lussier Community Education Center

Cristina Johnson
cristina@LCECmadison.org
(608) 833-4979 x224

https://www.lcecmadison.org
8:30 AM-5:30 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

8.5x11" copy paper, 1+ GB flash drives, dry erase markers, batteries, headphones, $10 food and gas cards.

Madison Area Rehabilitation Centers, Inc. (MARC)

Madison Area Rehabilitation Centers' (MARC) mission is to enhance the quality of life for individuals with intellectual disabilities. MARC is the largest provider of employment and day services in Dane County. MARC accomplishes its mission through individualized employment & internship supports, educational & training opportunities and community activities & personal care services.

Suzanne Hanson
sahanson2@marc-inc.org
(608) 223-9100 x26

https://www.marc-inc.org
8:00 AM-3:30 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

2 Wii gaming systems, 4 Wii controllers, Wii games, 3 vinyl upholstery recliners, 1 vinyl upholstery rocker/recliner, 2 vinyl upholstery gliders, nature DVDs, bingo game with tumbler, sensory room objects, craft kits and supplies, construction paper, washable markers, 4 Smart TVs, education/entertainment and skills training at 4 locations - between 30-42", craft paints, modeling clay, beads, beading cord, latch work kits with printed canvases, outdoor basketball hoop, 2 all-weather/long lasting picnic tables, board games, card games, educational games, canvas panels 8x10", twin XL bedding, pillows, pillow cases, educational books, craft paint brushes, postage stamps, ink pads, sensory smell kits, floor fan, microwaves.

Madison Senior Center

The Madison Senior Center (MSC) is a full service senior center serving Madison area adults age 55+. MSC offers classes, programs and activities that address the physical, psychological and social dimensions of an active, older adult. Over 6,000 Madison area seniors use the center on a yearly basis.

John Weichelt
jweichelt@cityofmadison.com
(608) 267-2344

https://www.madisonseniorcenter.com
8:30 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Redbox gift cards, popcorn machine, iPads, Kindles, eReaders, digital LCD projector, new table tennis paddles, foldable flat-bed hand cart, 42"+ HD flat screen TV HDMI inputs.

MagLiteracy.org

MagLiteracy is a volunteer organization that works with publishers and other donors to provide free magazines to vulnerable and underserved readers of all ages, especially kids. Their Madison office has relationships with over 30 partners including schools, shelters, food pantries, community centers and other local organizations.

Stephanie Robinson
stephanie.robinson@magazineliteracy.org
(608) 345-9347

https://www.magliteracy.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Gift cards to office supply stores, Avery 8163 TrueBlock White Shipping Labels 2x4", black Sharpies, packing tape, sticky name tags, 8.5x11" recycled copy paper, foldable flatbed handcart.

Middleton Youth Center

The Middleton Youth Center is a free, daily after school and 8-week summer program for 5th-8th grade students that integrates academic assistance, enrichment activities, community service, leadership development and mentoring.

Gabrielle Hinahara
ghinahara@ci.middleton.wi.us
(608) 821-8363

http://www.cityofmiddleton.us/youthcenter
11:00 AM-3:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Bus passes.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program, Inc.

Mobility Training and Independent Living Program's mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities by providing the support and training necessary for each person to work and participate in the community and live as independently as possible.

Calli Dahl
calli@mtilp.net
(608) 288-8663

https://www.mtilp.net
8:00 AM-3:30 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Plastic table covers, printer ink for HP 902 XL, floor lamps, birthday cards, pens, large patio umbrella, new cookware set, refrigerators, pop-up canopy tent, small leather recliners, wheelchair platform swing with frame.

NAMI

NAMI Wisconsin is a state organization of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The mission of NAMI Wisconsin is to improve the quality of life of people affected by mental illness and to promote recovery.

Emily Grebner
emily@namiwisconsin.org
(608) 268-6000

https://namiwisconsin.org/
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

8.5x11" copy paper, gift cards to office supply stores like Staples or Office Depot, grocery store gift cards, 1-2" 3 ring binders, thank you cards.

Nehemiah

Nehemiah focuses on strengthening the African American community. Nehemiah cultivates character, leadership and economic development for the African American community through culturally grounded programs.

Marie Stolzenburg
volunteer@nehemiah.org
(608) 257-2453 x235

https://nehemiah.org
8:30 AM-4:00 PM M-R; 8:30 AM-12:00 PM F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Bus passes and gas cards.

NewBridge Madison

NewBridge Madison empowers older adults to access affordable resources to maintain their health, safety, independence and community connection. They offer case mangement services, home chore assitance, meal sites and programs and events designed for older adults.

Ruth Hellenbrand
ruthh@newbridgemadison.org
(608) 512-0000 x3012

https://www.newbridgemadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-R

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Badger Cab vouchers, senior bus passes, grocery store gift cards, Walgreens gift cards.

Operation Fresh Start

Jody Weyers
jweyers@operationfreshstart.org
(608) 244-4721 x123

http://www.operationfreshstart.org/
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Adult 10-rider bus card, adult 31-day bus card, (4) - 8 ft centerfold folding table, feminine hygiene products, gift cards to hardware stores, steel toe boots, Carhartt work pants, outer gear and gloves, gift cards to menards, Fleet Farm, Farm and Fleet and Home Depot; food processor, 9" dinner plates; 6", 8" and 10" chef's knives.

Positive Women for Change Inc.

Utilizing a peer coaching curriculum that fosters positive behavior change, Positive Women for Change (PW4C) connects participants to community resources and peer coaching in financial and life skills.

Kia Stearn
kia.pw4c@gmail.com
(608) 622-9351

http://www.positivewomenforchange.org/
2:00 PM-4:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Projector with sound capabilities, cab vouchers to local cab companies, Brother ink cartridges LC101 Black, Brother ink cartridges LC103 Color, blank ledger book, rolling laptop bag, plastic filing cabinet, filing folders, filing labels, address labels, postage stamps folder labels, thank you cards, gift cards from big box stores like Target or Walmart.

Pregnany Helpline

Pregnancy Helpline Inc is a nonprofit organization providing life-affirming compassionate care. They give accurate information, material support and community referrals to women and their families before, during, and after pregnancy.

Stephanie Ehle
info@pregnancyhelpline.net
(608) 222-0008

https://www.pregnacyhelpline.net
8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Gift cards to OfficeMax or Staples.

Primates Incorporated

Primates Incorporated is an enriching indoor/outdoor monkey sanctuary giving back to monkeys retiring from laboratories, the pet trade and the entertainment industry.

Amy Kerwin
amy@primatesinc.com
(608) 220-2166

https://www.primatesinc.com
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Toilet paper, paper towels, 8.5x11" copy paper, resume paper, #9 envelopes, and Post-it notes.

Rape Crisis Center

Serving Dane County since 1973, the Rape Crisis Center (RCC) provides services to survivors (and their family and friends) of all forms of sexual violence, including recent sexual assault, past sexual assault, incest (past or present), sexual harassment and sexual exploitation.

Evelyn Henn
info@thercc.org
(608) 251-5126

http://www.thercc.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Dry erase markers, sticky name badges, painter’s tape, athletic mat cleaner, wicker baskets, cellophane bags, basket filler, hotel/call bell, current version of Adobe Creative Suite software, three 24x48” whiteboards.

Sankofa Behavioral & Community Health

Paris Smith
pariss@sankofabch.org
(608) 285-9101

http://sankofabch.org/
8:30 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Kleenex, hand sanitizer, pens, notebooks.

Santas Without Chimneys

Chaous Riddle
swc@asolidarity.org
(608) 219-4840

http://www.santaswithoutchimneys.org/
Hours Vary

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Sturdy shelving units, coat rack, shoe/boot rack, wrapping paper, storage bins, paper slicer/cutter, used or new laptop.

Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin

Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin's mission provides millions of meals to individuals, families, children, and seniors who struggle with hunger through local community programs in 16 southwestern counties.

Pam Higham
pamh@shfbmadison.org
(608) 216-7214

https://www.secondharvestmadison.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

New or used chest freezer in good condition.

Special Olympics Wisconsin

Special Olympics Wisconsin provides year-round sports training and competition in a variety of sports for people with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage and experience joy while participating in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, fellow athletes and the community.


info@specialolympicswisconsin.org
(608) 222-1324

https://www.specialolympicswisconsin.org
8:00 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

8.5x11" white and colored copy paper, 2x4" and 1x2-5/8" shipping labels, medium sized padded envelopes, 8x6x5" and 12x9x5" cardboard boxes; office supplies like Post-its, paper clips, staples, binder clips; batteries size AA, AAA and C; Keurig-type coffee pods, Office Depot gift cards, gas gift cards.

Special Olympics Wisconsin - Young Athletes

Special Olympics Wisconsin Young Athletes is a sport and play program for children ages 2-10 years old with and without intellectual disabilities. Young Athletes introduce basic sport skills, like running, throwing and catching. This program offers families, teachers, and people from the community the chance to share the joy of sports!

Jenna Lang
jlang@specialolympicswisconsin.org
(608) 442-5682

https://www.specialolympicswisconsin.org/sports-offered/become-an-athlete/young-athletes/
8:30 AM-4:30 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Children's sized snow shoes.

Susan G Komen Wisconsin

Susan G. Komen Wisconsin builds partnerships with local health systems to help make routine breast care more accessible and affordable for women without insurance or who are underinsured. In addition, Komen Wisconsin provides a variety of other help such as, gas cards, rent, child care, lymphedema supplies, insurance copays and more.

Karen Romadka
madisonevents@komenwisconsin.org
(608) 836-1083

https://komenwisconsin.org
8:00 AM-4:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Gas cards, cab vouchers from a local cab company, gift cards to restaurants or grocery stores, gift cards for basic essential needs from big box stores like Target or Walmart.

The Rainbow Project

The Rainbow Project is a counseling and resource clinic for young children and families who have experienced trauma, such as child abuse, neglect, sexual abuse, domestic violence, community violence, natural disaster, chronic illness and more. The Rainbow Project has been serving Dane County and surrounding counties since 1980.

Caitlin Bausch
rpdesk@therainbowproject.net
(608) 255-7356

http://www.therainbowproject.net
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

8.5x11" white 20lbs copy paper, notebooks and journals, two pocket folders, pens, Post-it notes, Avery #8366 and #5160 labels, #10 envelopes, Sharpies, tape, white out tape, 13 gallon and 30 gallon trash bags, paper towels, toilet paper, facial tissue, paper plates, napkins, plastic utensils, plastic cups, Clorox wipes, surface cleaner, dish soap, hand soap.

The River Food Pantry

Sarah Miller
volunteer@riverfoodpantry.org
(608) 442-8815

https://www.riverfoodpantry.org

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Bus passes, stamps, gift cards to restaurants, movies or Walmart; tablets, 42"+ HD flat screen TV with HDMI inputs.

The Road Home Dane County

The Road Home Dane County is committed to ending family homelessness in our community. They do this by developing long-term relationships with homeless families with children that change lives. The Road Home Dane County provides opportunities for families to achieve self-determined goals and affordable housing.

Alane Conn
vol.mgr@trhome.org
(608) 298-7998 x306

https://trhome.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Disposable dishes, silverware and napkins for family events, art and craft supplies for children's activities.

The Salvation Army of Dane County

The Salvation Army has offered spiritual ministry, social services and youth programs to thousands of Dane County residents annually without discrimination for 129 years. Current programs serve the most vulnerable members of our community, providing shelter for the homeless, food for the hungry and mentoring and education for at-risk children.

Debra Crye
Debra.Crye@usc.salvationarmy.org
(608) 250-2218

https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/danecounty/
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Bus passes.

Three Gaits, Inc

Three Gaits, Inc.'s mission is to provide equine-assisted activities and therapies that enhance the lives of people with physical, emotional or intellectual challenges.

Melissa Lawrence
officeadmin@3gaits.org
(608) 877-9086

http://www.3gaits.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Stamps, envelopes, plastic silverware, paper plates, napkins, paper towels, Post-it notes, highlighters, card stock paper, 8.5x11" copy paper, dry erase markers, toilet paper, large garbage bags, correction tape, pens, pencils, bottled water, brooms, saddle/tack cleaner, pitchforks, new rider helmets.

United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Dane County

Since 1956, United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Dane County has been a recognized and trusted organization offering valuable services for families and people with varying disabilities and delays. Beyond cerebral palsy, they support individuals with autism, epilepsy, down syndrome, traumatic brain injury, delays in speech, mobility and development.

Dan Carpenter
danielcarpenter@ucpdane.org
(608) 237-8541

https://www.ucpdane.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Copy paper, paper towel, sponges, dish soap.

Urban League of Greater Madison

The Urban League of Greater Madison's mission is to ensure that African Americans and other community members are educated, employed and empowered to live well, advance professionally and contribute to the common good in the 21st Century.

Jeaneese Ward
jward@ulgm.org
(608) 729-1226

https://www.ulgm.org
9:00 AM-5:00 PM M-F

Program-Office-Agency-Donations

Twenty-five $10 Target gift cards, bus passes, flash drives, professional portfolios, copy paper, scotch tape, general office supplies.