What We Fund:
Early Learning

The first few years are essential in shaping a child’s life

When children have a strong start in life, they are more likely to reach their full potential. That’s why we invest in community programs that support early childhood development, including early literacy, home visiting, preschool and child care. Given the struggling state of child care and early learning in the U.S., we also support groups advocating for increased public investments in, and improvements to, our current systems.

The period between pregnancy and the first few years of a child’s life is a time of rapid brain development and an unparalleled opportunity to impact their lifelong health, well-being, and education. Our Early Learning portfolio strengthens the capacity of community programs and public systems to support young children and their parents and caregivers, so children can be developmentally on track, ready for school, and able to reach their full potential.

Early Learning

Goodman Community Center, Inc.

We currently prioritize support for organizations providing the following services:

  • Advocacy for early learning
  • Early literacy programs
  • High quality, affordable childcare/preschool
  • Home visiting

We currently prioritize support for organizations serving the following geographic areas:

  • Dane County, Wisconsin
  • Wisconsin statewide
  • Nationally

Learn about our current Grantee Partners

Goodman Community Center, Inc. | Preschool

Strengthening lives and securing futures.

Our Early Learning Grantee Partners

Below you will find a list of current partners supported by our Early Learning program. You can also sort our grantees by program and location.

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