How can I donate to the Workforce Development Board?
Online: Donating online is the easiest option. You can donate using any major credit card or your PayPal account here. At this time we do not accept international donations. We value your privacy and use PayPal to securely process all online donations. We’ll never share your information with anyone.
Offline: You can give offline by sending a check (please no cash) for general donations to our Madison office at:
Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin
3513 Anderson St., Suite 104
Madison, WI 53704
The Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin will not sell, trade or share a donor’s personal information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations. The WDBSCW will only share personal information once the donor has given specific permission to do so.
Is my donation tax-deductible?
Donations from within the U.S. are tax-deductible, as the Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit.
How do I request a tax receipt for my donation?”]For donations made online via PayPal, you’ll receive a confirmation email within a few minutes of donating. Within 24 hours, you’ll also receive a tax receipt via email for your records.
For donations made by check or money order you’ll receive a receipt by mail within 8 weeks of your donation.
If you haven’t received either of these confirmation messages, please email Lameece Tyne, Director of Finance, at gro.wcsbdwnull@enytl for assistance.
Can I choose where my funds go?
Our team uses careful discretion in choosing the programs and individuals we fund. At this time, we cannot accept offers or solicitations to work in certain locations beyond our designated workforce development area, work with certain partners or fund specific projects or individuals. We ask that you trust our judgement and expertise in determining where your contribution will make the greatest impact. Unfortunately, if you send in a check with a requested restriction like an individual, project or location, we won’t be able to honor it.