Whether you're looking for employment or want to get involved in helping your community, Dane County offers a variety of different resources to help you get started.
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Madison
The Boys & Girls Club of Dane County will be the leader in youth development programs by developing partnerships to produce positive outcomes for young people, families, and communities.
Journey Mental Health Center
The mission of Journey Mental Health Center (JMHC) is improving people’s lives by pioneering and sustaining effective mental health and substance abuse services.
United Way of Dane County/2-1-1
United Ways mission is to unite and focus the community to create measurable results in changing people’s lives and strengthening our community.
Centro Hispano works to improve the quality of life for Latinos and others living in Dane County by empowering youth, strengthening families, and engaging the community.
Dane County NAACP
The Dane County NAACP applauds County Executive action in addressing programs and services that increase poverty and reduce life options for many residents. We encourage members of the Public Protection and Judiciary, Health and Human Needs committees and the City Council to adopt the Resolution.
Nehemiah Center for Urban Leadership Development
The Nehemiah Center for Urban Leadership Development works to transform the face of leadership in Madison, while empowering the African American family, with focus on the African American male.
Race to Equity (R2E)
Race to Equity works hard to build a fairer community that thrives and narrows the gaps in the opportunities and outcomes between families of color and the larger community
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families (WCCF)
WCCF's goal is to ensure that every child in Wisconsin grows up in a nurturing family, environment, and community.
100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.
Beginning in 1994, 100 Black Men of Madison, Inc is compromised of members from many professional disciplines in the greater Madison area. Their goal is to make a positive difference in the lives of area youth, especially African American males, through mentoring, education, health and wellness, and other economic development programs.
The YWCA Madison is a nonprofit organization founded in 1909.YWCA is a autonomous women’s movement committed to self-determined social change for women of all racial, ethnic, and economic classes. The YWCA provides leadership in a community desperate for justice, peace, and freedom for all people.