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FacebookTwitteremailUnited Way of Greater Milwaukee has awarded a total of $70,000 in funds to two local agencies as part of its Healthy Birth Outcomes Initiative to reduce infant mortality. The money comes from a grant through the Helen Bader Foundation. “Dollars invested in our Healthy Birth Outcomes Initiative allows United Way to support programs that […]
FacebookTwitteremailUnited Way of Greater Milwaukee has awarded a grant of $100,000 to City Year Milwaukee to place nine City Year corps members at James Madison Academic Campus (JMAC) in Milwaukee. The “City Year has proven itself as an important partner to Milwaukee’s students, their teachers and the community,” said Nicole Angresano, Vice President of Community […]
FacebookTwitteremailUnited Way of Greater Milwaukee has teamed up with the Milwaukee Area Labor Council to collect blankets and bedding for homeless shelters and those in need this winter. The Blanketing Greater Milwaukee drive kicks-off January 20 and runs through January 31. New and gently used blankets can be dropped off at United Way of Greater […]
FacebookTwitteremailUnited Way of Greater Milwaukee announced that it raised $52,826,484 in its annual community campaign this year, exceeding its $52.5 million projected goal. United Way officials say they raised $1.2 million more than the $51,671,080 raised in 2012, for a 2.4% increase. The community’s generous support will allow United Way of Greater Milwaukee to impact […]
FacebookTwitteremailUnited Way of Greater Milwaukee, in collaboration with Serve Marketing, launched a provocative new campaign today that will deliver a strong message to parents of teen and pre-teen children – if you’re not talking to teens about sex, someone else is. The campaign, titled “Who’s Teaching Your Child about Sex?” is designed to start that […]
FacebookTwitteremailUnited Way of Greater Milwaukee has awarded UMOS $28,200 in urgent need funds to address changes coming to the GED® testing process. The Urgent Need Fund provides financial support to help local agencies meet immediate and pressing needs. Starting January 2, 2014, there will be a new GED test. The consequences could be significant for […]