The premiere of a documentary focusing on how violence affects local teens drew an audience of about 1,000 people to the Oriental Theatre.
Our Next Generation and Serve2Unite hosted a teen-led summit to discuss how to decrease gun-related violence.
A transitional-living facility for homeless women offers private rooms and homey communal spaces near the Sherman Park neighborhood. Residents can stay for up to two years.
The Associates in Commercial Real Estate training program paves the way for minorities to get into local real estate development, property management or construction management.
About 50 volunteers from Target and City Year Milwaukee joined forces to decorate Anna F. Doerfler School in Silver City. The event was part of a partnership between Target and the Zilber Family Foundation.
Twenty-five photographers from different neighborhoods captured Milwaukee faces and celebrated community in a recent one-night photo exhibit called “I Am Milwaukee Home.”
More than 100 children whose families have been homeless reside at Maskani Place, a new 37-unit building complete with a playground.
Volunteers at a Milwaukee meal program give back to the organization that helped them change their lives.
The Milwaukee Urban Soccer Collaborative is spreading the popularity of the game across the city by offering free, after-school soccer programs, helping students develop essential life skills while remaining physically active.
Forgivable loans for residents to repair their homes and a grant from the Zilber Family Foundation to remodel Neu-Life, at 2014 W. North Ave., are providing a boost to the Lindsay Heights neighborhood.