Theodore Lipscomb, who has spent the last 12 years as a Milwaukee County Supervisor, will serve as the new executive director of LISC Milwaukee and build on the organization’s $184 million portfolio of community development support throughout the city.
Editor’s note: Our Posts from the Community feature is a platform for community announcements and event postings. If you have a post to be considered, send it to email@example.com or submit it directly. Brew City Match to Provide Disaster Assistance Loans & Grants Brew City Match partners recognize that small business are vital to our […]
Thanks to support from funders like Verizon and Sam’s Club, we are providing grants to small businesses, to help them keep functioning and remain vital facets of their local economies through this challenging period. The Small Business Relief Grants are part of LISC’s Rapid Relief & Recovery Fund programs to help business with immediate financial impact due to the pandemic.
Our partners have developed two resources for small business owners located within the Brew City Match program area.
The Brew City Match collaborative announced today that the program is now accepting applications from small business owners and commercial property owners within targeted Milwaukee commercial corridors.
The Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (known as the MANDIs) celebrate the “good news” of successful efforts to revitalize neighborhoods and strengthen the community.
Right now, through April 10, 2019 the public can learn and vote for outstanding community projects in Milwaukee. The Wells Fargo People’s Choice Award is an online voting campaign highlighting 10 projects and 2 leaders selected by a volunteer Selection Committee.
Developer, Sports Camps, Music Venue, Holistic Healing Center, and more selected for the 2019 Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDI).
Sponsored by U.S. Bank, in partnership with LISC Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (known as the MANDIs) recognize excellence in community development.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. announced $3.5 million for a collaborative of Milwaukee-based economic development organizations to help fuel economic development in underserved communities—including revitalizing commercial strips, spurring entrepreneurship for people of color, and creating jobs within the MKEUnited footprint.