The Mann Educational Opportunity Fund is an endowment housed at the Madison Community Foundation which honors the late Bernard and Kathlyn Mann, long time Madison residents who were fierce advocates for students of color in the public schools. They deeply valued public education and actively partnered with the Madison public school system to ensure that each of their five children graduated from Memorial High School. All went on to earn bachelor's degrees and one earned a master's degree. The goal of the Mann Scholars Program is to provide mentoring and educational tools primarily, but not exclusively, to students of color from the Madison Metropolitan School District who show potential for academic achievement, but face significant economic and personal challenges in reaching their full potential.
For more information, please contact: Dawn Mann-Charles firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Richardson email@example.com
Ways to Give By Check: Please make check payable to: MCF/Mann Fund Madison Community Foundation 111 N Fairchild St. Suite 260 Madison, WI 53703