The Greater Milwaukee Foundation has received a $1 million grant to its MKE Responds Fund from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as part of the national philanthropy’s $50 million effort to provide humanitarian aid to help some of the families and communities feeling the greatest strain under the COVID-19 health emergency.
MKE Responds provides resources to organizations working in the greater Milwaukee area with communities disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and its economic consequences. Here are some of the recipients.
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. The Greater Milwaukee Foundation has announced the winners of its 2019 Ideas to Action funding, which helps organizations with creative ideas take action to […]
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Community members are encouraged to apply for the two (2) newly created Community Organizer and Research Fellow opportunities! Partnering with the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and the Medical College of Wisconsin, the Fellows will facilitate conversations and engage with Harambee, Halyard Park and Brewers Hill residents and stakeholders.
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) and the Greater Milwaukee Foundation have established a joint vision for impact, selected a developer and announced the future neighborhood and home of their community-based partnership as it moves forward into development stage.
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.