Proceeds from the April 28 Wisconsin Football Spring Game will support a new program in the School of Human Ecology’s Center for Nonprofits that will match prospective interns with nonprofits and help the students get paid for their work.
Matching Giving Areas
- 21st Century Cures for Women and Babies Fund4W Initiative Fund
Website Search Results
Buy a football ticket. Support nursing. That’s the winning strategy for the Badger football team’s spring game. The $5 ticket price for the April 23 game at Camp Randall Stadium will benefit the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing’s new learning center.
The secret is out. The Oscar Rennebohm Foundation made its second $1 million gift to the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing in advance of the Badgers’ Spring Football Game. The gift was announced at the May game, but it was anonymous.
Badger sports produce more than excitement. Licensing fees and Big Ten Network shared revenue enabled the University of Wisconsin Athletic Department (UWAD) to contribute more than $2.7 million to support need-based financial aid. That’s championship performance.
While she cannot restore her grandmother’s memories, Ali Brems, a Kenosha, Wisconsin, 18-year-old, wants to help ensure other granddaughters won’t face the same loss. Inspired by an intensive high school course on Alzheimer’s disease, she hosted a Bingo fundraiser for Alzheimer’s disease research as her senior project.