Madison Civics Club was formed in 1912 to encourage civic engagement and thoughtful discussion of the social issues of the day. We offer a lecture-brunch series highlighting inspiring national and local speakers. We invite and honor outstanding citizens and youth groups, and we welcome everyone to join us.
The Madison Civics Club Youth Grant program celebrates its thirteenth year of community outreach to student and other youth groups throughout Dane County. School- or community-based organizations involved in worthy service activities are invited to apply for financial grants to support their work. Youth Grant recipients are invited to the Saturday brunch meetings with their advisors to hear regional and national speakers in areas of their interest. Both the students and Civics Club members have benefited from inter-generational discussions around the table. Youth groups are also included in a reception prior to the brunch, giving them an opportunity to interact with the guest speaker and MCC members. The Youth Grant program is primarily supported by our MCC membership and anonymous donors.
If your high school student group or youth group would benefit from this program, please complete the Youth Grant Application.
Apply for a Youth Grant for your group.What is expected of Youth Grant recipients on meeting day?