Nonprofit/Philanthropy

A cross-sector effort is pushing to make key landmarks in Milwaukee more accessible for individuals with disabilities.
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After racking up 27,000 pounds of design materials, the Green Design Center and the American Society of Interior Designers Wisconsin chapter hope to give it all away this weekend.
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United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County on Tuesday revealed a $60 million goal for its community campaign – the first campaign the organization will embark upon since it merged two United Way branches earlier this year.
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St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care is scheduled to open a second campus on Tuesday. Located in a new 80,000-square-foot, two-story building at 2450 W. North Ave. in Milwaukee, it will be called the Bucyrus Campus.
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Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin will move from its current West Allis location to a former Big Lots store across the street.
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Gus Ramirez, executive chairman at Waukesha-based HUSCO International Inc., embarked on one of the most ambitious projects of his philanthropic career earlier this year when he pledged to make a $60 million investment in improving education in Milwaukee with the development of a new K-12 school on the city's south side.
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BizTimes Media is collecting nominations for its second annual Nonprofit Excellence Awards program, which applaud the philanthropic accomplishments of area business leaders and the effective work of nonprofits.
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BizTimes Media’s fifth annual Giving Guide serves the region’s business community as a vehicle to engage with area nonprofit organizations and discover opportunities for philanthropic involvement.
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United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County on Tuesday revealed a $60 million goal for its community campaign – the first campaign the organization will embark upon since it merged two United Way branches earlier this year.
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