Thursday, November 17, 2011
The Morgridge Center is UW-Madison’s center for public service – connecting students, faculty and academic staff with nonprofits and the community through volunteerism, service-learning and community-based research. Check myBiz each week for new ways to get involved. This week: an opportunity to be a volunteer with The Madison Fund and provide low-income borrowers with the tools they need to overcome the many obstacles of poverty and build a sound financial base for the future.Be a Micro-lending Volunteer
The Madison Fund provides low-income borrowers with the tools they need to overcome the many obstacles of poverty and build a sound financial base for the future. At TMF, you can get hands on experience making a difference in the Madison community. The Madison Fund is currently looking for smart and motivated students interested in nonprofit service, economic development, community development, finance, marketing, lending, fundraising and much more. Students can take a leadership role, or just give their time to help pull people out of poverty and create jobs. Volunteers must be students at UW-Madison. Contact Alexander Rosenthal, Executive Director, at (800) 294-7517 for more information. Learn more about The Madison Fund by visiting their website.