Give a Gift

Your gift to Wisconsin Literacy helps us provide health literacy program development, resources, and training to literacy agencies throughout Wisconsin. Many of the adult learners who are studying reading, writing and English at our member agencies also have low health literacy skills. Your gift will help increase the health literacy of the residents of Wisconsin.

There are several ways to give to Wisconsin Literacy:

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Become a Sponsor

Wisconsin is becoming a national leader in health literacy. As a result, Wisconsin Literacy, Inc. has a presence both statewide and nationally in the field of health literacy. If your corporation or organization would like to raise its visibility in the field and support health literacy initiatives in Wisconsin, please contact our office to discuss some of the possibilities including those listed below:

  • Wisconsin Literacy promotes health literacy workshops for adults with low literacy skills featuring a variety of topics. Sponsorships are available for curriculum development and workshop delivery.
  • Wisconsin Literacy provides training in health literacy for students and providers in health occupations. Sponsorships are available for curriculum development and in-service education.

Call us at (608) 257-1655 or email erin@wisconsinliteracy.org for these and other opportunities.

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Volunteer Your Time

If you are interested in becoming involved with the issue of health literacy as a volunteer, please send us an email at healthliteracy@wisconsinliteracy.org. Depending on your interests and experience, there are opportunities to serve on regional health literacy committees, teach workshops, do social marketing and help work on the Wisconsin Health Literacy Summit.

 

If you are interested in becoming a literacy tutor, please contact one of our member agencies listed at www.wisconsinliteracy.org.

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Become an Advocate

There are many ways you can be an advocate for health literacy in Wisconsin.

  • Attend conferences and workshops on health literacy and attend our 2011 Health Literacy Summit.
  • Keep in contact with your local literacy agency to follow what they are doing related to health literacy.
  • Inform your government representatives about the importance of health literacy to the health status of their constituents and to reducing health care costs.
  • Share health literacy messages on your Facebook page, Twitter site or other communications avenues.
We hope you will continue to visit this website to learn about health literacy and activities in our state and beyond.

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