Alice’s Garden was recognized again recently for its continued work in Lindsay Heights, this time with a “Go-To-Bat,” award from the Brewers Community Foundation and State Farm Insurance. The award is given to a nonprofit that’s making a positive difference in its community.
Milwaukee County suffers from alarming rates of sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. Nonprofit organizations and local clinics are using multiple approaches to address the problem.
David Bowen, the 2012 Future of Change award recipient and youngest county supervisor wears his youth as a badge of honor.
Liberty Mutual Insurance has launched its “Like My Community™ Project,” providing $100,000 in support to seven local nonprofit causes with a social media voting campaign.
The new executive director of ArtWorks of Milwaukee plans to expand the internship program to give opportunities to more Milwaukee teens.
The city of Milwaukee’s plan to revitalize the historic Bronzeville in a new location may take a step forward soon.
Growing Power, in collaboration with the Martin Luther King Economic Development Corp., has opened a Deli & Food Market in the Harambee neighborhood.
A recent grant from Greater Milwaukee Foundation will support strengthening Diverse and Resilient’s community health promoter program, which provides outreach and education to the LGBT community.
As Milwaukee’s Hispanic population grows, so does the need for qualified Spanish-speaking interpreters. Trained medical interpreters contribute to better diagnosis and care for non-English speakers.
Residents of Metcalfe Park teamed up with Safe & Sound and the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin to host a movie night that drew more than 100 residents.