Zilber Family Foundation Board of Directors recently announced the allocation of $3 million in emergency funding to address the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Zilber Family Foundation announced today that its Board of Directors awarded 23 grants totaling $3,020,000 to nonprofit organizations in Milwaukee. The grants support local organizations that deliver affordable housing and community economic development services in the Zilber Neighborhood Initiative’s (ZNI) three targeted neighborhoods.
At its recent meeting, the board of directors of the Zilber Family Foundation awarded 17 grants totaling $3,035,000 to nonprofit organizations in Milwaukee, bringing the total for 2017 to $7,847,265.
At its spring meeting, the board of directors of the Zilber Family Foundation awarded 27 grants totaling $2,196,100 to nonprofit organizations in Milwaukee.
The Zilber Family Foundation awarded five grants totaling $1 million to nonprofit organizations at its August board meeting. Consistent with the Foundation’s mission, the grants support the work of organizations to address basic needs and help ensure personal safety; increase access to social and economic opportunity; and improve the quality of life in neighborhoods. A […]
Round two of funding for the Community Connections Small Grants Program has been announced, a pilot program of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Northwestern Mutual Foundation and the Zilber Family Foundation created to support resident-led efforts to improve the quality of life in neighborhoods. The program awards grants of up to $500 to fund neighborhood projects, […]
The board of directors of the Zilber Family Foundation announced two grants totaling nearly $800,000 in support of projects that will improve the physical appearance and economic vitality of neighborhoods. The grants invest in a multipart strategy to improve housing conditions in the Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West neighborhoods and support a commercial development […]
The board of directors of the Zilber Family Foundation has awarded a $100,000 grant to Neu-Life Community Development in order to remodel its program facilities and create an attractive, safe environment for youth and family programming. Neu-Life is one of 11 nonprofits awarded grants totaling $2,225,000 at the spring meeting of the Foundation’s board of […]
Volunteers from regional Target stores brought more than an extra set of hands and an all-star reading voice to three Milwaukee Public Schools on Wednesday, May 22. Through TARGET: Milwaukee Matters, they also brought more than $28,000 worth of books. TARGET: Milwaukee Matters is a partnership between Target and the Milwaukee-based Zilber Family Foundation that […]
The Zilber Family Foundation announced today that it had awarded a three-year grant in the amount of $600,000 to United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee (UNCOM) to continue its work in support of the Zilber Neighborhood Initiative. The initiative was established by the late real estate developer and philanthropist, Joseph J. Zilber, to, in his words, […]