A partnership between artists and biologists resulted in a year of lessons for 3rd-5th graders and a piece of public art in front of Greenfield Bilingual School.
Layton Boulevard West
At Carmen High School of Science & Technology South Campus, a top public charter high school on Milwaukee’s south side, the Class of 2015 has earned $5.4 million in college scholarships and counting! Those funds will be needed as nearly 100% of Carmen’s graduating seniors have been accepted to at least one college or university, and nearly all of them are from low-income homes in Milwaukee’s central city.
For about 10 years, Rick Becker and his wife, Debbie, have organized a meal program every Wednesday at Ebenezer Lutheran Church, 1127 S. 35th St. in the Layton Boulevard West neighborhood. With the help of volunteers — including Judy Loth, who founded the program — they have served more than 300,000 meals over the years.
The Board of Directors is excited to announce that Tammy L. Rivera will serve as Interim Executive Director of the Southside Organizing Committee (SOC) beginning January 7, 2015. Ms. Rivera is a veteran nonprofit executive, community activist, educator, and lifelong resident of Milwaukee’s Southside. For more than 25 years she has provided strategic and operational […]