At North Division High School, about 1,000 fathers and daughters attended the annual Daddy/Daughter Dance, which was streamed live on Facebook for the first time this year.
Hoping to help more low- to moderate-income residents with their finances, three nonprofit organizations partnered to create more Financial Opportunity Centers in Milwaukee.
For 24 hours each year, the Riverwest 24 bike ride transforms 4.5 miles of public streets into a rolling community-building experience.
Fear of repercussions keeps women in low-wage jobs from reporting sexual harassment by supervisors, co-workers and customers.
The city’s Community Improvement Project grew out of a partnership with the Greater Milwaukee Foundation in a limited number of neighborhoods. It now has expanded into a citywide matching grant program with many partners.
In its 20th year, Safe & Sound runs a variety of programs involving community members, law enforcement officers and youth to improve Milwaukee neighborhoods.
Mohamed Abubaukar came to the U.S from Somalia when he was 18 years old with the dream of starting a business. Years later, his dream became a reality.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Artists Working in Education has successfully connected artists with community members and more than 60,000 youth to create large and small pieces of art.
An initiative of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, the Block Projects Menu, engages residents and grows local leaders in South Side neighborhoods.
Three Asian restaurants are participating in Silver City’s annual “Phobruary” event, featuring pho, a traditional Asian soup, for $5.