After 32 years of working to build a strong nonprofit sector in Milwaukee, the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee has closed as of the end of 2018.
In an effort to be transparent to the community we are providing the following information on the status of the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee.
On Saturday, April 22, the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee will host student volunteers from around the city at a storytelling and Youth Uplift Challenge event in the Sherman Park Neighborhood.
The Nonprofit Center of Greater Milwaukee is hosting a presentation “When Good is Not Good Enough: Repositioning Nonprofits as a Force for Systems Change” on March 14th, 7:30-9:00 am at Central United Methodist Church, located at 639 N 25th St.
The Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee announces the deadline to recognize the area’s most dedicated volunteers through the 35th Annual Inspire by Example Awards.
We’re excited to announce the winners of the NPC Nonprofit Excellence Awards!
An unprecedented collaboration of nearly a dozen groups invites participation of neighbors in Sherman Park, especially the ”Tri-Block” area from North 51st to North 60th Streets and Center to Burleigh Streets, to join together on Sunday, October 23rd, to prepare streets and alleys for fall and winter weather. The day will culminate with a free community celebration and resource fair for neighbors and their families.
From removing invasive weeds to distributing food, you can help out your community this month.
Volunteer Milwaukee, a service of the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee, features a calendar full of events for volunteers, both one-time and ongoing. Here are a few opportunities in April.
A 17 year old who organized a workshop on the levels and manifestations of racism for her entire Milwaukee high school. A retired engineer building houses not interested in rushing the job to completion but in empowering partner families to build and maintain their homes themselves. A volunteer coordinator who recognizes that people with disabilities […]