The Q&A Foundation serves families across Wisconsin who have a child with a disability. We offer three community programs with various opportunities for these families to participate in all year round: Joy Program, Confidence Program, & Inclusion Program. Our joy program offers free seasonal events for families to attend to build their community and experience joy together. Our confidence program offers events that focus on increasing the communication and confidence of children with disabilities. Our inclusion program provides sponsorships to children with disabilities to attend various experiences in their community in an inclusive setting. To sign up for upcoming events or apply for sponsored activities through our inclusion program, visit our events page.
Q&A is here to answer any question you may have. If you have a question about our foundation, finding resources or if you’re wondering how to recommend a family to our foundation, we are here to answer! If you have a question about sponsoring our foundation or volunteering, we will answer! We have many connections to other community resources we would love to connect you with as well. Contact us, we would love to hear from you!
Harper is about to be 2 years old and was born deaf. She has had cochlear implants since turning 13 months old. Recently, Harper has found joy in hearing her mom say “Good Morning Harper!” It’s become a consistency that means Harper is having more success with her cochlear implants. “Watching her turn around still brings tears to my eyes!”
– Harper’s Mom
We want to feature your child, too!
The Community of Peshtigo, Wisconsin, is coming together to fundraise and rebuild Badger Park. The Q&A Foundation will be helping the Peshtigo community by welcoming donations on behalf of this project to fund this amazing new park. The Q&A Foundation is proud to be a part of rebuilding a park for all to enjoy, including individuals with disabilities. The new park will feature all inclusive equipment for multi-generational use and to accommodate individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities. For more information and to make a donation, please visit Badger Park Donation Page.