Our 2019 Partners
Proceeds from Central Park Sessions will benefit seven non-profit agencies doing wonderful work in the community. A raffle with over $4,500 in prizes to be won (drawing at the last session August 16th) will funnel funds to these organizations as will a unique profit sharing plan. See you at The Central Park Sessions; an all-volunteer run global concert series for the entire family!
Centro Hispano of Dane County's mission is Empowering Youth, Strengthening Families, Engaging the Community. They aspire to a vision where Dane County will be a community where Latino families can aspire upward, to reach their personal goals and dreams because they feel engaged and strengthened with the tools for success.
ULGM'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.
WORT-FM is a non-commercial, listener-sponsored, member controlled community radio station broadcasting to South-Central Wisconsin. WORT volunteers and staff shall provide quality programming and services to a broad spectrum of the community.
Since 1972, Omega School has provided individualized basic skills instruction in a supportive and informal atmosphere, and by working cooperatively with other agencies and institutions, has helped thousands of adults prepare for, and obtain, a GED/HSED credential.
Common Wealth Development supports and preserves the vitality of neighborhoods in the Madison Metropolitan area. Our work serves as the foundational bedrock of healthy community and economic development, with projects aimed at improving the housing and business climate of our neighborhoods through a people-first approach centered on racial equity and community level health improvement.
NAMI Dane County provides peer-led education and support programs to help people affected by mental illness get the support and information they need to better understand mental illness and navigate the mental health system. They also provide community education and outreach to reduce stigma and help the general public better understand mental illness. They advocate at the local, state, and national levels for increased funding and better access to quality mental health services.