Friends of the Waisman Center 24th Annual Spring Benefit Concert Join us for an evening of unique music and delectable food and drinks in support of the Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Featuring SistaStrings! 6:00 …
Giizhik, young artist with autism, featured on WPT’s ‘Wisconsin Life”
Wisconsin Public Television’s Wisconsin Life recently featured Klawiter, a young artist with autism, who for the past decade has been designing and selling holiday cards across Sawyer County, raising awareness for autism and more than …
Waisman Whirl Run, Walk & Roll for All Abilities 2018
Friends of the Waisman Center Join us for the fourth annual Waisman Whirl 10k, 5k and 1 mile Run, Walk & Roll for All Abilities. The event will start and finish at the Waisman Center, …
Golf Benefit 2018
26th Annual Golf Benefit, Monday, July 16, 2018 at Bishops Bay Country Club Join us FORE a good cause! The Friends of the Waisman Center golf benefit is a significant fundraiser for our organization—raising more …
Annual Spring Benefit Concert
Friends of the Waisman Center 23rd Annual Spring Benefit Concert Tangled Up In Blue University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Premier Women’s A Cappella GroupJoin us for an evening of lively music and delectable food and drinks in …
Badger Football + Waisman Center = Great things!
The Waisman Center is proud to partner with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Athletic Department for the Wisconsin football team’s annual Spring Game to be held on Friday, April 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Camp Randall …
Holiday Generosity from St. Peter’s School, Reedsburg
Led by their student council members and teachers, the students carried out a ‘Dimes for Down’ syndrome fundraiser and raised more than $700 in support of the Down Syndrome Clinic at the Waisman Center.
Thoughts of Gratitude: David Busta
As basketball season gathers steam (go Badgers!), one small town in northern Wisconsin will be buzzing with excitement about a different basketball tournament on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Holiday cards for autism
Giizhik Klawiter has autism and began drawing at six years old as a therapeutic outlet. For the last six years, Giizhik and his brother Mino have designed holiday greeting cards and sold them in their hometown of Hayward, Wisconsin with the help of their mother, Pam Miller.
Help support autism, epilepsy research at weekend fundraiser
Anyone paying attention to these editorials knows we are passionate supporters of the Waisman Center, especially of the life-changing research into neurodegenerative diseases and causes of developmental disabilities done there.