MADISON, Wis. -- As students return to the classroom, the State family wanted to ensure every child has the necessary supplies for a successful year. After hosting the 1st Annual Great State Team Charity Golf Outing, and running an online fundraising campaign, State matched every gift to donate $5700 to the Boys and Girls Club.
“Given the significant disruptions to education over the past 18 months, State wanted to be part of the solution in ensuring every child is ready to learn,” said Tim Haag, State’s president. “We want to support the heroic efforts of teachers, administrators, parents and students throughout the pandemic by providing the financial support necessary to purchase supplies. I am proud of the generosity of our team and thrilled to make a difference in the lives of so many students.”
State’s initial gift was featured in a News 3 Now story about the community-wide Back-to-School fundraiser hosted by the Boys and Girls Club. State is delighted to support the academic achievements of students this school year.
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