Welcome to the Rainbow Project!

Proud recipient of this year’s Design for a Difference!

Founded in 1980, the Rainbow Project is a local non-profit counseling clinic that provides crisis treatment and early intervention services to young children and their families who have experienced or witnessed trauma, such as child abuse, child sexual abuse, neglect, domestic violence and community violence.  The Rainbow Project’s unique “hands on” approach is unlike that of any other therapy clinic because it includes home, daycare and school visits as well as in-clinic treatment. It is our mission to provide all families with a safe, healthy and nurturing world where children can thrive.

Every Child Deserves a Rainbow


 

Stepping Up and Rockin’ to End Child Abuse- April 27th, 6:00-9:00pm

We are honored that the Madison Club has generously offered to host an evening of dancing, eating and raising money for the Rainbow Project this month! April is Child Abuse Prevention Month so we invite all of you to stand up and step up at this fundraising event. The night will feature a signature three-course dinner by the Madison Club culinary team, a silent auction, and a dance competition between Madison’s own Superintendent of Madison Schools, Jen Cheatham, and Dane County District Attorney, Ismael Ozanne! 

The registration deadline is April 15th, so make sure to buy your tickets today!

Tickets can be purchased at http://rainbowproject.eventbrite.com