An innovative program at COA Goldin Center started last summer to teach teens gardening and entrepreneurship skills yielded camaraderie and cash for participants. This summer, it expanded to four additional locations.
Children participating in Journey House’s summer camp received free soccer gear from The Give N Go Project.
The new executive director of ArtWorks of Milwaukee plans to expand the internship program to give opportunities to more Milwaukee teens.
The Salvation Army’s Feed the Kids summer lunch program distributed more meals during its first three weeks than it did during the same period last year, reflecting greater need in the Milwaukee area.