By creating community connections through timebanking, the Milwaukee Area Time Exchange helps to bring resources to people with disabilities and build community in distressed neighborhoods.
Helping low-income Milwaukee residents prepare their taxes for free, experienced volunteers from Northwestern Mutual set up a successful new site for the Social Development Commission’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program at the Sixteenth Community Health Center this year.
The city hopes that a consultant can breathe new life into the long-anticipated Bronzeville redevelopment project.
Attendees at “Scribe of a Social Conscience: Steinbeck plus 75,” a presentation by Paul McComas at the Marquette University Center for Peacemaking, reflected on the relevance of the author’s social message to present-day Milwaukee.
District 2 Community Liaison Officer Jesus Gloria is responsible not only for handling crisis situations and preventing crime, but also for visiting students, removing graffiti and connecting residents with community resources. It’s not an easy job.
Black Marriage Day, a decade-old national effort, celebrates the role of marriage in African American communities.
Nearly 30 South Side residents met with representatives from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation to discuss potential changes to—or closures of—1-94 entrances and exits serving their neighborhood.
More than 5,000 individuals donated $1.9 million during Thursday’s online fundraising campaign. Greater Milwaukee Foundation contributed $750,000 in matching funds.
Three months into a new program at the Cardinal Stritch University Leadership Center, participants are learning new skills and gaining confidence in their ability to lead.
14th Street C.A.R.E.S. and residents of other blocks in the Borchert Field neighborhood have merged under the new name Borchert Field C.A.R.E.S. A member has offered a building he owns to house the new organization.