The Teacher Support Network was created to close the gap on the $1.4M teachers spend annually out-of-pocket to provide essential school supplies and classroom learning materials.

On August 23, 2021, we opened our online store to the Madison Metropolitan School District. The program gives each school a budget and the store offers flexibility to make purchases when needed and have them delivered to the school throughout the year. Your gift will help sustain and grow this program.

All donors who contribute from September 12, 2021 – October 17, 2021 will be recognized in a weekly update from the Wisconsin State Journal. Please contact us at [email protected] if you wish to remain anonymous.¬†

Currently available item categories include:

  • Learning tools such as headphones and whiteboards
  • Science kits & learning games
  • Essential school supplies
  • Art supplies
  • Mental health resources
  • Recess & PE equipment

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The Foundation assesses a 10% equity fee on all restricted gifts. This allows us to support all 50 MMSD schools, regardless of ability to pay or existing culture of philanthropy.

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The Teacher Support Network took a hands-on approach to meeting district needs in the 2020-21 school year. We raised money that was used to purchase high-need items, that were then assembled into a variety of student kits.

1,180 art kits were distributed to students.

With the help of hundreds of volunteers, we created 2,500 virtual learning kits in fall 2020.

1,030 Student Reengagement Kits were created for students who remained in virtual learning when schools welcomed students back in late Spring 2021.

100 educator-created wellness kits were given to students enrolled in MMSD’s Intensive Intervention Program.