Welcome to Neighborhood House!
Neighborhood House Community Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit serving youth, adults, and families in Madison, Wisconsin. Neighborhood House provides youth programming during the school year and summer as well as hosting diverse cultural, recreational, and special interest groups from throughout the city.
Be a part of Neighborhood House
We hope you will stop by our community center and take part in some of our programs and events or volunteer your time. For more information on any events or programs please feel free to contact us at 608.255.5337 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our latest newsletter!
You can pick up a copy at Neighborhood House or read it online by clicking here--> October Newsletter
Collegiate Mentoring Program - Now Enrolling
Looking for a great way to get your kids excited about college? Check out the Collegiate Mentoring Program at Neighborhood House Community Center!
Mentees will be matched with a UW student with similar interests. Our mentors tutor youth in school subjects in an individual and personal manor, as well as present children with a role model who attends college. We strongly encourage youth to think about their higher education and future. Mentoring groups meet twice a week throughout the academic year to work on homework and go on field trips to educational places on the UW campus. Our mentors are UW Madison students, which gives their mentees full access to campus! They go on field trips every week to different UW Madison locations such as Camp Randall, the Geology Museum, the Physics Museum, the Kohl Center, and many more! This program is open to students ages 7-17.
Contact: Amanda Ryan, Program Director | email@example.com | Phone: 608.255.5337
Our mission is to provide high quality programming and social services that facilitate the growth of a diverse, responsible, and welcoming community.
Neighborhood House will create opportunities for area residents to strengthen the quality of their community by making connections, building relationships, and embracing diversity through social, educational, and recreational activities.