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The Greater Milwaukee Urban League Black and White Ball will take place Saturday, November 5, 2022, at the Wisconsin Center, 400 West Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee WI, 53203.
The event is the largest fundraiser of the year for the Greater Milwaukee Urban League (GMUL) and helps provide year-round support for programs serving youth and adults in the Milwaukee area. It also provides funding for GMUL’s advocacy work in health, homeownership, and civic engagement.
“Every year, hundreds of people improve their lives and their communities with the help and assistance of Greater Milwaukee Urban League,” said Dr. Eve M. Hall, president and CEO of GMUL. “Those who generously support the Black and White Ball through sponsorships and ticket purchases allow us to fulfill our goal of changing lives and empowering communities.”
Greater Milwaukee Urban League is one of more than 90 affiliates of the National Urban League. Founded in 1919, GMUL is one of the oldest Urban League affiliates in the country. Greater Milwaukee Urban League offers more than a dozen programs ranging from educational support for students from kindergarten through college as well as employment, training, technology, and transportation programs for adults.
Individual ticket sales and sponsorships are now available at the Greater Milwaukee Urban League website. Event sponsorships are also available. Please contact Florida Perry Smith at FPerrySmith@tmul.org.
About Greater Milwaukee Urban League
The Greater Milwaukee Urban League is an affiliate of The National Urban League. We lead through education and outreach, employment and empowerment, and advocacy to achieve economic vibrancy and equal access to all industries and disciplines that positions African Americans to create wealth and live a better quality of life. The Greater Milwaukee Urban League’s vision is to ensure that Wisconsin becomes a top 10 place for African Americans to live and thrive and where the greater Milwaukee area becomes a leader in education and socioeconomic inclusion. For more information, visit www.tmul.org and follow us on Facebook, twitter, and Instagram: @urbanleaguemke.
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