Built on values of inclusivity, sourcing products locally and providing living wages for employees, the new Tricklebee Café in Sherman Park provides a welcoming place for neighborhood residents to gather and eat. The grand opening begins Dec. 14.
When Dennis Walton went to the Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative for assistance more than a decade ago, he never expected to find a home as co-director.
A group of Milwaukee protesters marched on Wisconsin Avenue starting at Wells Fargo Bank, one of the lenders financing the building of the oil pipeline near the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota.
With the help of nearly 300 volunteers, as well as food and cash donations, Centro Hispano Milwaukee hosted its 47th annual Thanksgiving food drive on Nov. 19.
Tyna Rule, board president of the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative, has a vision for improving the quality of life for area residents.
CEO Andi Elliott has spent her entire career serving low-income residents at Community Advocates. She focuses on fostering a supportive environment for employees, which enables them to provide the best service to clients.
Five panelists gathered before a packed house at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to address a litany of issues related to race in Milwaukee. Held just after the presidential election, discussion lingered on an uncertain future for minorities.
After six years as the executive director of The Dominican Center for Women, Sister Patricia Rogers has become an indispensable leader in the Amani neighborhood. The hardships she faced throughout her life shaped her passion for helping people and led her to pursue a religious life.
Program the Parks, a grassroots youth initiative in Sherman Park, has launched a program that trains and employs teens to help residents maintain their properties.
Executive Director Sherrie Tussler discusses how her 20-plus years of experience in nonprofits has helped grow the Hunger Task Force into the anti-hunger leader it is today.