Welcome to the PC Foundation's Homepage 

The PC Foundation is a Madison, Wisconsin, based 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization addressing social justice needs of individuals, families and communities through the following:
  • Provide fiscal sponsorship and other types of organizational support to individuals and groups.
  • Provide financial support (small grants) to individuals and groups.
The PC Foundation accepts donations using Paypal as well as by check.  Checks can be sent to us at PC Foundation, 2820 Marshall Court, #1, Madison, WI, 53705.  You may contribute to the PC Foundation to disburse your donation in small grants or direct support to one of our partner groups. We are grateful for the immense support for these projects and admire all the positive work that's being done locally, nationally and internationally to address the important social and environmental justice issues out there.        

Please contact us or explore this site to learn more about working together.    


Special fundraising project began in November, 2016:

One of our groups, the Helambu Project, launched a special project to raise money for the reconstruction of a traditional meditation-retreat centre that was destroyed in the earthquake April, 2015. 

Drupadrong is a traditional Tibetan Buddhist retreat centre located just above the village of Tarkhegyang in Helambu – a region just 80 km North East of Kathmandu. Yolmo, the local name of Helambu region, is believed to be a scared valley where Buddhist boddhisattvas such as Milarepa and Guru Rinpoche are believed to have visited, blessed, and practiced in. Today, Buddhist practitioners travel from different parts of the Himalayas to conduct meditation retreats for multiple years, continuing a tradition of introspection that is now several millennias old and originated with the historical Buddha. Retreatants live very simple lives in the mountain and live off less than 30 USD a month and keep to rigorous schedules – meditating around 12 hours a day, rising at 3am and finishing well into the night. This particular centre is of the Nyingma tradition of Buddhism, the most wide-spread form of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal, and is home to many accomplished practitioners – hence the name “Village of Accomplishment,” or Drupa Drong.

Your donations in support of restoring this site are greatly appreciated.

To view the film about this site, and to find out more, see: http://helambuproject.org/heritage/  or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HelambuProject/


And from other partner groups:

LGBT Books to Prisoners 
Website: http://lgbtbookstoprisoners.org/
E-mail: lgbtbookstoprisoners@gmail.com
We are a donation-funded, volunteer-run organization based in Madison, WI that sends books and other educational materials, free of charge, to LGBTQ-identified prisoners across the United States.
We have been doing this for nearly 10 years and have sent books to close to 3,500 prisoners in that time.
In 2014, we sent 1,908 packages of books - and we thank you for any support you can give, either in  donations or volunteer help in Madison.  ** Note: Please send book donations to LGBT Books to Prisoners, and not to PC Foundation **
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  Make a recurring $5/monthly donation:

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In other news...  

Logo of 350 Madison Climate Action Team

                              One of our groups, 350.org Madison, has been notified that they have been approved for their own 501c3  status! CONGRATULATIONS to this group doing great environmental work in South Central Wisconsin. Here is a LINK to their website page   http://350madison.org/. Tax deductible donations can now be made directly to this group. Contact: mariafdrews<at>gmail.com to learn more.


 We are pleased to announce a PC Foundation grant award of $100 to Madison's Street Pulse, "Uniting Hearts and Minds" as Madison's Homeless Cooperative Newspaper.  The decision was made at our Board of Directors - Annual Meeting, on October 3, 2015.
Find out more about the good work being done at http://www.streetpulsenews.org/