We’ve moved our offices!
2005 West Beltline Highway, Suite 203, Madison WI 53713
Please note our new phone number: 608.210.6900
The Madison Public Schools Foundation supports the education of every child by raising private funds, awarding grants, developing community partnerships, and advocating for Madison’s public schools. We believe that every child deserves a high quality and equitable education. We pursue our mission with intentional focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.
27,000 Scholars 52 Schools ONE Foundation
The Teacher Support Network’s Fall Fundraiser is launched
in partnership with Wisconsin State Journal.
Your support allows the Foundation’s Teacher Support Network to quickly and flexibly respond as needs arise throughout the school year. Thank you for the $24,724 in gifts received from 186 community members!
There’s still time to make your gift to the Teacher Support Network for Madison’s 27,000 scholars and our 52 public schools.
Through the Teacher Support Network, all MMSD schools can purchase basic school supplies and classroom tools for learning to ensure scholars can learn and thrive. Our online store opened on August 23, with just over 38% of the first semester budget already spent.
“Thank you for making this resource available to schools. It was incredibly helpful to place an order and receive it the next day during a very critical time of the school year. The system is user friendly and it gives schools the opportunity to choose what is most needed at the time. We appreciate you and everything the Foundation does to support equitable systems for our students.”
“This was a really nice piece of good news in a pretty challenging time! Not only did we get a “free” money to spend on supplies that teachers need and have been asking for, but the ordering process was extremely easy, the delivery came really fast, the service was great, and some of the products – especially the playground equipment – seemed to be a great value for a relatively low cost!”
A Message About Combating Racism in Our Community
In support of Superintendent Carlton Jenkins and the Madison Metropolitan School District’s 27,000 students, the board and staff of the Foundation for Madison’s Public Schools urge you to demand, in Dr. Jenkins’ words, “a just and equitable society for our children and the generations who follow.”
We believe every child deserves a high quality and equitable education. The future depends upon today’s investment in the educational experience of tomorrow’s leaders because a high quality public education is fundamental to a vibrant community and strong local economy. The Foundation is committed to supporting and enhancing the education of all 27,000 students in Madison’s 52 public schools.