The Malaika Early Learning Center in the Harambee neighborhood teaches its students how to manage their mental health.
For over 30 years, WRTP BIG STEP has made its mission to bring diversity to the construction and manufacturing fields.
Arts @ Large, a nonprofit education organization, has been an artistic anchor in Milwaukee for 20 years.
At Lola’s New Beginnings, the goal is to help women achieve their goals.
The Behavior Clinic, a partnership between Penfield Children’s Center and the Marquette University College of Education, provides in-home psychiatric services to children from birth to 6 years old.
Meagan Johnson initially wanted to educate low-income families on cloth diapering. Now she serves as the executive director of the Milwaukee Diaper Mission.
The HOPE Network for Single Mothers gives baby supplies, scholarships and support to mothers and caretakers in the community.
Seven years ago, Milwaukee’s Black Panthers chapter regrouped. The organization’s focus is on bettering the community through neighborhood cleanups, food giveaways and more.
The Riverworks Financial Clinic teaches its clients everything from budgeting to what they need to know about credit reports. Its focus is on ensuring residents learn to be financially fit.
Two local groups have become the driving forces behind what they hope will be a new wave of community- owned spaces for queer, trans, Black and non-binary people.