Nonprofit/Philanthropy

Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, Inc. is building on the success of its Mobile Bike Hub with a new summer internship program that will teach area teens far more than the mechanics of basic bike repairs.
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After a four-month run as interim executive director of Safe & Sound, Katie Sanders has been selected to lead the nonprofit organization as executive director.
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After parting ways with Repairers of the Breach in light of a legal battle over the organization’s mission and control of the board of directors, MacCanon Brown is launching a new shelter on Milwaukee’s north side.
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The Urban Ecology Center has increased its annual membership rates for the first time in 15 years.
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Six projects were selected as winners of Local Initiatives Support Corp.'s Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation Wednesday.
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After two years of negotiations and planning, the Milwaukee Art Museum has announced its Plan for the Future, a comprehensive public campaign to restore the War Memorial and Kahler buildings and reinstall the Museum's galleries.
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Consumers should be on the lookout for calls from scammers that request your bank account information while claiming to represent the State of Wisconsin and the BadgerCare Plus health care program.
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Make-A-Wish Wisconsin welcomed about 700 members of the state's business community to its Wish Night 2014, held on April 3 at the Pfister Hotel. The signature fundraiser and gala, themed "Spoonful of Sugar," collected funds to support more than 70 wishes for Wisconsin kids impacted by life-threatening medical conditions. The evening, presented by the Marcus Corporation and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, also saluted Make-A-Wish Wisconsin's 30th anniversary.
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BizTimes Media’s fourth annual Giving Guide offers southeastern Wisconsin’s business community an outlet to connect with area nonprofit organizations for philanthropic involvement.
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