8th Annual 5K
Walk for Dyslexia-Madison
May 20, 2017
7:30 am Check-in/Registration
8:30 am Start
Vilas Park Shelter House
702 S. Randall Ave., Madison, WI
Thanks to all our wonderful walk participants, sponsors, volunteers, and donors the 7th Annual Walk for Dyslexia-Madison raised $25,000 this year to support our center right here in Madison! Thanks to everyone who helped make this year's event a success!!
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Either way your tax deductible donation will help provide free tutoring for children with dyslexia in the South-Central Wisconsin area.
Please visit this site often as we are continually updating the information provided for everyone involved, or who would like to be involved, in this important fund raising effort.
Want to help?
OR ... you can VOLUNTEER to help the day of the walk. To volunteer, please contact Rachael See at 608.217.2660.
No PayPal Account Required!
Major Credit Cards Accepted.
Online Registraion is now closed.*
You can register at the Walk tomorrow, May 21st beginning at 7:30am. The Walk begins at 8:30am. See you there!
Click Here to see a video of Halie and her mom, Sheila, talking with Amy Carlson about the Children's Dyslexia Center and the Walk for Dyslexia on NBC Channel 15 news. This interview aired Sunday morning, May 15, 2016.
Save The Date!
I've been pleased to serve as Grand Marshal for the Walk for Dyslexia for seven years now and am proud to support this local effort to help children overcome dyslexia. -Pat Richter
*But, you can Still Make Donations and Pledges Here!
Here are this year's T-Shirt Artwork Contest Runner-Ups!
Thank you to Carson, Sean, and Destiny for creating these images to be considered for our 2016 Walk for Dyslexia shirts. The winning artwork was submitted by Logan and will appear on the shirts given to walk participants that day! Be sure to register and get yours!!!
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Watch this great TV interview that aired Sunday, May 10, 2015, on Channel 15. Amy Carlson interviewed recent program graduate Lars and his mom, Charlene Orsted. They talked about dyslexia, the dyslexia center program, and the 2015 walk.