Philanthropic support from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation totaled more than $80 million in 2018, with grants from Wisconsin’s largest community foundation supporting a vast range of nonprofit organizations and programs in the region and beyond.
Collaboration, building on Flourishing Lives Initiative, will cultivate stronger, healthier communities.
Join the Greater Milwaukee Foundation on Tuesday, Oct. 9, for a special day of building relationships and taking action together to make southeastern Wisconsin a better place to live.
Greater Milwaukee Foundation initiative returns Oct. 9 to transform talk into action.
To recognize the extraordinary contributions of individuals who have helped shape the community in positive ways, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation is currently accepting nominations from the community for its 2018 Civic Awards.
On a single day this fall, people throughout the four-county region will gather in small groups to share a meal and engage in meaningful conversation about the individual and collective measures we can take to improve the quality of life in our community.
Helping ensure everyone in our community has access to opportunities that enrich their lives, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation is continuing Gifts to the Community in 2017 with a summer Saturday of free admission at the Milwaukee Public Museum.
“Judge Pedro A. Colón has been appointed as the 15th member of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation Board of Directors, completing an expansion from a 12-member board that began in 2014.”
Two women whose passion and leadership have uniquely enhanced the greater Milwaukee region and expanded opportunities for many throughout the community were honored Thursday by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation for their service.
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Gifts to the Community program returns in 2016 with a special, one-day opportunity to explore four signature lakefront destinations for free. On Saturday, Oct. 15, all visitors to Betty Brinn Children’s Museum, Discovery World, Milwaukee Art Museum and the Port Washington Historical Society’s Port Exploreum and 1860 Light Station will receive […]