Madison College Centennial Tribute Gardens
Join Madison College in paving the way to a new century of promise! The Madison College Centennial Tribute Gardens offer you an opportunity to celebrate friends, family and colleagues, to recognize a teacher or mentor or to remember a special place or event.
The Centennial Tribute Gardens have been established in three locations at Truax: The Gateway, the Health Education building and the Protective Services building.
Your tax-deductible gift also will help complete the historic Truax Campus transformation.
Donations may be made in one payment or pledged over a year. The addition of some dedicated elements, such as pavers will be made to the garden on an annual basis, and larger features will be dedicated when at least one-half of the donor commitment has been received.
Tax-deductible contributions in any amount can be made to the Madison College Centennial Tribute Gardens fund that will be used to improve the landscape with trees and other plantings, lighting, water fixtures and more.
You must complete the form by selecting the button below and return it either by postal mail or by email.
If you wish to pay via credit card or direct debit please complete the payment form on this page. If you wish to pay via check please mail it with your completed form to:
Madison College Foundation
3591 Anderson Street, Suite 203A
Madison, WI 53704
Theses 12″ x 12″ pavers will add life to the walkways and gathering spaces at all three locations. A great way to pay tribute to family, a graduating class, workgroup or company.
Carousel tables will provide comfortable seating for students and others to gather for conversation, work or a little of both. Located at the Gateway and Health buildings, the donor’s dedication will be engraved on a plaque and affixed to the table.
Ornamental trees are available for a contribution of $1,000, evergreen trees are available for a contribution for $1,300, and shade trees are available for a contribution of $1,500
Bus Shelters $15,000
Growing numbers of students, employees and visitors are opting for public transportation. Two new shelter facilities will be located on Wright Street between the Gateway and Health buildings. The donor’s dedication will be engraved on a plaque and affixed to the shelter.