The youth arts nonprofit organization seeks to expand its programs and invest in its long-term future, as well as the neighborhood.
A family-owned business on Teutonia Avenue is one of the few shoe-shining and repair shops left in the city.
The second and third of 12 parks to be reconstructed as part of the MKE Plays initiative will open this summer.
Supporters are hopeful that the American Black Holocaust Museum, shuttered since 2008, will get a new home at the corner of North Avenue and Fourth Street.
Mychoua Vang, 29, of the Hmong American Friendship Association, works to give the youth of Washington Park a safe, fun place to go after school.
A new, expanded program is benefiting the second class of barista trainees at the Arts @ Large Walker’s Point café.
Lila Saavedra, 26, found her passion for service working with the Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast. She hopes to use her platform with the organization to empower young girls to become leaders in their communities.
Registration is open for camps throughout Milwaukee that can help keep youth safe, engaged and well fed throughout the summer.
Cameron Henderson, who works in the afterschool program at Holton Center, aims to inspire youth to reach their potential.
Amanda James runs a childcare business and co-founded a women’s empowerment group, believing that women in Milwaukee deserve acknowledgment and support.