The Wisconsin Marathon is proud to partner with several local, regional, and national charities for the race. Without these groups, we would not be able to put on the race. The groups are out on site helping you to cross the finish line so please return the favor and support them back.
For more info on how to be an Official Charity Partner email Jonathan
The Kiwanis Club of Western Kenosha’s fundraising efforts are dedicated to providing a better quality of life for area’s youth, elderly and disadvantage through programs such as Terrific Kids and Kiwanis Youth Baseball, and providing much needed funding to The Shalom Center’s shelter and food pantry programs. The Western Kiwanians work tirelessly all year round to provide music scholarships, food baskets, and facilities for the handicapped and support for the local Hospice Alliance Programs and Women and Children’s Horizons.
The Epilepsy Foundation Heart of Wisconsin leads the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures and save lives.
We provide individual and family guidance, daily living skills training, employment assistance, patient education, emergency medications and social and recreational opportunities for all ages, including Summer Camp for Kids. We teach seizure recognition and first aid to schools and school-aged kids, police and other first responders, human service professionals as well as area employers. Call today or visit www.epilepsywisconsin.org.
Epilepsy Foundation Heart of Wisconsin
205 N Main Street, Suite 106
Janesville, WI 53545
1302 Mendota Street, Suite 100
Madison, WI 53714
1004 First Street, Suite 5
Stevens Point, WI 54481
The Kenosha Literacy Council is a non-profit organization made up of teachers, learners, tutors, volunteers and donors all working together to improve adult literacy in Kenosha County. Our programs teach reading, writing and speaking skills to adults and families so they can achieve financial independence, good health and greater involvement in our community. A wide variety of programs are offered to help adults improve their skills so that they may better achieve goals specific to their needs. Improved literacy skills mean a better chance at a safe, productive life. KLC programs include small group classes and tutoring that focus on health literacy, financial literacy, citizenship, workplace literacy and more. Together with more than 200 volunteer tutors, 600 adults are helped each year.www.kenoshalit.org