Greater Milwaukee Foundation event promotes transformative philanthropy.
This fall, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation honored five remarkable people for their contributions and commitment to the Milwaukee community and beyond through the organization’s annual Greater Together Awards.
Greater Milwaukee Foundation continues ‘A Milwaukee for All’ series Sept. 17.
Our three-pronged community engagement process consisted of three community visioning sessions, one-on-one interviews with stakeholders, and the creation of a resident-led community advisory council.
To help fortify the economic backbone of local neighborhoods, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation is mobilizing $1 million in low-interest loans to support small businesses in sectors under significant duress from the pandemic.
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation, and its Thriving Communities Advisory Council serving Sherman Park East and North Division, will be hosting a series of informational sessions for community nonprofit organizations to hear more about grants to support youth.
After a global pandemic and a mass call for racial justice, the question we face is not how we rebuild Milwaukee but how we build a better Milwaukee for all.
Continuing a longstanding tradition of recognizing the commitment, talent, passion and vision of those working to strengthen the community, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation has honored four local leaders with 2020 Greater Together Awards.
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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.