About 700 Girl Scouts received awards at a recent ceremony for completing their service projects and for leadership and dedication.
Neighborhood residents joined city officials, representatives of nonprofit organizations and business owners to celebrate the relocation of Bader Philanthropies’ global headquarters to Harambee.
Community members helped install a 7,000-gallon cistern at Paliafito Eco-Arts Park, which will serve as an “eco-arts” learning center where residents can participate in hands-on environmental and arts learning.
An independent evaluation of Safe & Sound by Medical College of Wisconsin researchers shows its community safety team strategy improves neighborhood safety.
Raoul Deal had experience creating art in community settings before moving to Milwaukee, but it took building relationships while teaching in Milwaukee Public Schools for him to fully embrace his role as a community artist.
A documentary about the Young Farmers program run by Groundwork Milwaukee details the benefits to students and their impact on the Metcalfe Park neighborhood.
Despite the recent release of a City of Milwaukee report on lead contamination, community leaders are saying officials have not done enough to educate the public or allocate resources to address the issue.
The first book published by Journey House, “Changing Lives in 5 Days,” recounts the experience of Felix Mantilla Little League players in Puerto Rico through photos, journals and quotations.
Express Yourself Milwaukee is returning to its original location in June, when it opens a studio at Running Rebels Central on Fond Du Lac Avenue.
Erica Kohl-Arenas, a professor, nonprofit researcher and author, recently presented new research on social movements, prompting local nonprofit leaders to say organizations must act differently if they hope to eliminate structural inequalities.