100 Black Men of Madison
Dedicated to working and networking in the African American community with a primary focus on assisting youth; African American History Challenge Bowl, back-to-school picnic and annual golf outing.
PO Box 787, 53701
Downtown Madison Optimist Club
Service to youth through scholarships, youth camps and other sponsorships. Meets at noon Mondays, Edgewater Hotel.
Downtown Rotary Club of Madison
Meets at noon Wednesdays, Inn on the Park. Distributes over $500,000 in community grants and scholarships for high school students.
22 N. Carroll St., #202, 53703
Junior League of Madison Inc.
Organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through effective actions and leadership.
517 Segoe Rd., #201, 53705
Lions Club/Lioness Club
Dedicated to controlling blindness via drug awareness education; diabetes awareness; assisting the blind with eye banks, white canes and guide dogs; and assisting the hearing-impaired with hearing aids and rehabilitation. Luncheon meetings at noon on first and third Tuesdays, Sheraton Madison Hotel.
Madison Breakfast Rotary
Offers community service, including support for Meals on Wheels, international student exchange, etc. Meets Mondays (except fifth Mondays) at 7:30 am at Vitense Golfland, 5501 Schroeder Rd.
Madison Civics Club
National and international leaders speak at Saturday luncheon meetings; provides grants to youth groups involved in civic projects and service.
PO Box 46472, Madison, 53744
Madison Junior Woman's Club
Charitable and educational group; promotes the cultural, educational and intellectual interests of its members, and hosts fundraisers.
PO Box 45146, 53744
Madison Metro Jaycees
Group of 21- to 39-year-old men and women working to achieve leadership training, self-improvement and social skills while providing community service. Meets first Thursdays.
PO Box 44251, 53744
Local citizens share a meal every other month and pool resources to contribute to a micro-grant to be donated toward an effort that will have a positive impact on the Madison community. $10 admission fee goes for meal costs and the micro-grant. Part of the Sunday Soup Network.
NAACP Madison Branch
Works to improve conditions for racial minorities and the disadvantaged. Provides referrals to legal counsel and community resources, advocates at public and administrative hearings, and lobbies on public policy issues.
PO Box 45, 53701
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Wisconsin
For former volunteers and anyone interested in the Peace Corps. Social gatherings and fund-raising for groups working in overseas development.
PO Box 1012, 53701
RSVP of Dane County
Recruits, interviews, trains, and places volunteers ages 55 and over with public and private nonprofit agencies requesting service.
517 N. Segoe Rd., Suite 300, 53705
Promotes volunteer, educational and social activities for its members and supports scholarships for students at UW-Madison. Open to all.
PO Box 5064, 53705
Dedicated to improving the legal, political, economic and professional status of women.
PO Box 14603, 53708