1800 Days agrees with the African proverb that it takes a village to raise a child. We also realize it will take that village to realize our dream to end the achievement gap in Dane County. We believe everyone will benefit once all the children in our community are given the opportunity to reach their full potential. And we believe we can reach our goal if we all do our part.
What can YOU do to help?
Join: Parents and caregivers sign up to help children achieve significant developmental achievements Volunteer: Community members, teachers, pastors, neighbors, etc. can volunteer their time to help provide parents and caregivers with support, as well as information for important medical, educational, social and community resources and services.
Support: Organizations, businesses, libraries, schools, churches and other community entities can share information about their resources and services with parents and caregivers through 1800 Days.
Donate: Not everyone is in a position to donate their time, but still wants to help end the achievement gap in Dane County. As 1800 Days is a non-profit organization with a lot of vision for more we could do in the future for our community’s youth, financial contributions could help us take that next step…and are always greatly appreciated. However you can contribute to this effort, your generosity is greatly appreciated. Signing up to help your child, volunteering your time, sharing information about area resources or services, donating books, computers or other supplies or would like to make a financial contribution.