Financial exploitation of vulnerable adults is a growing problem that causes deep emotional and financial trauma. The financial services industry is working to educate employees and the public to help stop this exploitation.
Fire Prevention Week, which goes until Oct. 14 this year, is the longest-running public health and safety observance on record. This year’s fire safety campaign theme, Every Second Counts, Plan 2 Ways Out, focuses on reinforcing why everyone needs to have an escape plan.
Help youth succeed in school and life! The start of the school year offers many opportunities to volunteer. Volunteer Milwaukee, a service of the Nonprofit Center, features a calendar full of events for volunteers, both one-time and ongoing.
The Better Business Bureau is concerned about fraudsters taking advantage of confusion over the latest news on DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).
As busy parents, we all know how difficult it is to cook, clean, get all our errands done AND have enough time to do what we really want to do, play with our kids! Here are some play-based activities that can be done while parents and caregivers complete their to-do lists.
As the calendar turns to fall, there are many opportunities to help others. Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee lists a number of organizations looking for volunteers.
Another school year is beginning, and for many parents that presents the challenge of trying to figure out what to pack in your children’s lunch boxes. Here are tips for fun, healthy lunches.
If you have a child heading to college, it’s critical to check your insurance policies to make sure that you have adequate coverage for loss of personal property, liability and identify theft.
Planning to watch the solar eclipse on Monday? Looking at a solar eclipse without proper protection can cause serious eye damage. Below are five tips to safely view the eclipse.