Communities throughout Milwaukee will be doing an organized spring clean up this weekend. Here’s where you can join in.
Busy programs from the Social Development Commission (SDC) spent the day in a Milwaukee neighborhood. The programs took part in an Integrated Mobile Monday at the COA Goldin Center at 2320 W. Burleigh. The free tax preparation services of SDC, Energy Assistance and the Lead Hazard Reduction Assistance programs offered their services at the community […]
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and African American Chamber of Commerce will soon kick off a new revolving loan fund to help provide capital to small businesses and boost black entrepreneurship.
St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care will bring its award-winning and nationally renowned intergenerational programming to Milwaukee’s north side, thanks in part to a grant from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation. The Foundation awarded $100,000 to the nonprofit during the fourth quarter in support of its capital campaign for a new 80,000-square-foot facility. St. Ann Center […]
Just hours after hearing they’d received a $5,000 SPARK grant from Diversified Insurance Solutions, the Dominican Center for Women, Inc. had purchased enough school supplies to fill the back of a minivan. Classes had already started for 80 K-4 and K-5 students at Hopkins Lloyd Community School but most students didn’t come with anything. The […]
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Marquette University’s College of Nursing and COA Youth and Family Centers are partnering to build a community clinic at COA’s Goldin Center.
For the 15th summer, Artists Working in Education is taking its free mobile art program, Truck Studio, to 18 parks and playgrounds in city neighborhoods.
A small group of homeowners on North 9th Street have been meeting monthly at St. Matthew Church to discuss how they can improve the quality of life in their neighborhood. Since September, they’ve learned that change is slow and difficult to effect, but they aren’t giving up.
Workshops for children and parents highlighted the recent family literacy summit sponsored by COA Youth & Family Centers
Residents of the area near 9th Street and Ring enjoyed fellowship and fun at Heal the Hood event.