Summer is an ideal time to volunteer! Volunteer Milwaukee, a service of the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee, features a calendar full of events, both one-time and ongoing including a Youth Summer of Service flyer. Here are a few opportunities in July and beyond.
As summer temperatures begin to rise, the Milwaukee County Department on Aging offers tips for what older adults need to know about safety in the heat.
During the summer months away from school, every student risks summer learning loss. Children can lose up to 3 months in reading skills over the summer. Below are some tips to prevent “the summer brain drain.”
It’s festival season! Time to enjoy the great outdoors and all the goodness our warm months give us. As temperatures heat up, it’s important to protect your little one from heat and the sun’s harmful rays. Below are some helpful tips to keep your child safe this summer.
With school out, summer is an ideal time for youth to volunteer. Below are youth volunteer opportunities, both one-time and summer-long. Here are a few opportunities in June and beyond. For more opportunities, see the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee’s brochure.
It’s prime moving season and demand for movers is very high. The Wisconsin Better Business Bureau shares tips on hiring a reputable mover.
“I’m bored!” This is a phrase that parents often hear from their children during the summer months. A variety of free and affordable summer camps and programs are available throughout the city to help solve the problem.
New Medicare cards will be mailed out in June to everyone who is enrolled in Medicare. If you are called by someone who claims to be with Medicare and asks for personal information, beware!
As winter gives way to spring, some Milwaukee residents may be emerging from a state of “seasonal sedentary syndrome.” It’s time to lace up those sneakers and start finding your stride.