2011 LEAD FUNDERS
A. O. Smith Foundation, Inc.
Alvin & Marion Birnschein Foundation
Anon Charitable Trust
Baird Foundation, Inc.
BMO Financial Group
Brewers Community Foundation, Inc.
Briggs & Stratton Corporation
Bucyrus International, Inc.
Camille A. Lonstorf Trust
Clare M. Peters Charitable Trust
Edward U. Demmer Foundation
Emory T. Clark Family Charitable Foundation
Evan & Marion Helfaer Foundation
FIS Foundation, Inc.
Foley & Lardner LLP
Forest County Potawatomi Foundation
Four-Four Foundation, Inc.
Gene & Ruth Posner Foundation, Inc.
Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Harley-Davidson Motor Company
Heil Family Foundation
Helen Bader Foundation
Immanuel Presbyterian Church
Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation
Johnson Controls Foundation
Joseph & Vera Zilber Family Foundation
JPMorgan Chase Foundation
Julia & David Uihlein Charitable Foundation
Kalmbach Publishing Company
Ladish Company Foundation
Manpower International Inc.
Melitta S. Pick Charitable Trust
MGIC Investment Corporation
Mills Family Charitable Trust
Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club
Nicholas Family Foundation
North Shore Congregational Church
Northwestern Mutual Foundation, Inc.
Phyllis & Walter Malzahn Charitable Trust
Quarles & Brady, Inc.
R. A. Stevens Family Foundation
Ralph Evinrude Foundation, Inc.
Roundy's Supermarkets, Inc.
Service Club of Milwaukee
Stackner Family Foundation
TJX Foundation, Inc.
United Way of Greater Milwaukee
UWM Foundation, Inc.
Wisconsin Energy Foundation
2011 DONORS AND SPONSORS
Download and view LSW's complete list of 2011 support from individuals and organizations (PDF).
WHY WE GIVE
|"Literacy forms an important cornerstone for economic success."
- Don & Mary Jo Layden
Don and Mary Jo Layden are not unknown in this community, and neither is their commitment to making it better. Myriad organizations and institutions are beneficiaries of their unending support—United Way of Greater Milwaukee, Marquette University, the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board, and Literacy Services of Wisconsin among them.
The Layden's passion for service and enduring allegiance to Milwaukee from the highest leadership levels, to the most direct support on the ground, are the essential elements to creating transformational change in our community.
"LSW is enhancing the lives of all of us by enabling those in our community who cannot read with the gift of literacy. Literacy forms an important cornerstone for economic success. We are proud to support LSW in its efforts to enable full participation in our society by providing the tools to read."
GET TO KNOW US
If you would like to know more about volunteering at LSW, please join us for one of our bi-monthly Volunteer Orientation meetings. The one hour session will introduce you to what Literacy Services is and how you can help in our mission to educate adults in Milwaukee. The calendar on our events page lists the dates and times of upcoming Volunteer Orientations.
If you'd like to attend a Volunteer Orientation, please contact Mark Neufang at firstname.lastname@example.org.