An Annual Gift

The start of a new year is often a time when we reflect of our past in hopes of duplicating or changing our future.  At the Children’s Dyslexia Center of Upper Wisconsin, 2018 was an incredible year of growth and development with our students, practitioners, staff, board, volunteers, and donors.  We have been blessed to be surrounded by those who give generously of their time, talents, and treasures.  We anticipate 2019 to be even more amazing. Please partner with us by making an annual commitment to contribute in any number of ways:


Time to give

o Go over the edge at our Read, Write, and Rappel event https://www.wicdc.org/over-the-edge

o Tend bar at Country & Rock Fest this summer fest4fun@gmail.com

o Golf at the Teddy Bear Classic https://www.wicdc.org/events

o Serve on a committee or board of governors https://www.wicdc.org/cdc-board

o Party with us at the 10 year anniversary of Steppin’ Up for Dyslexia https://www.wicdc.org/events

o Join the poster team to distribute information https://www.wicdc.org/helping-children-1


Talents to share

o Photography or videography

o Decorating or event planning

o Presentation  or leadership skills

o Your unique gifts


Treasures to donate

o In-kind items such as paper, dry erase markers, stamps, and more

o In honor of or in memory of someone special

o Sponsor a student

o Support expanding our services to new areas of northwestern Wisconsin

o Give monthly with an automatic payment of $5 to $500

o Through Facebook Donate for your birthday

o Any amount, at any time, for any reason


Through your time, talents, and treasures you could make a significant difference in 2019 by investing in the lives of children in Upper Wisconsin.



I hope you will choose to follow the Ask Dr. Tammy blog throughout 2019.  I will take a look at the dyslexia related happenings in the greater Chippewa Valley, how our mission connects to those events and activities, the positive characteristics of those with dyslexia, and how we can all be involved through our time, talent, and treasures to be a positive change in the conversation around dyslexia. 

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