Little girl in Clark Square store, Milwaukee

Grants




2009 Recipients

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee $1,200,000 To develop, pilot test and evaluate new program approaches for youth in Lindsay Heights and Clarke Square
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee $500,000 To support construction and other capital expenses of the LaVarnway Club
Center for Resilient Cities $250,000 To support the renovation of Johnsons Park to better meet the needs of residents of Lindsay Heights and surrounding communities
Discovery World $1,250,000 To support the participation of youth and families in ZNI neighborhoods in programs, conduct activities at neighborhood locations, and develop new exhibits and programs
Donors Forum for Milwaukee Area Workforce Funding Alliance $150,000 To improve the workforce development system serving Milwaukee jobseekers and employers
International Association for Human Values $35,000 To develop and pilot test a youth leadership development program in Lindsay Heights
Milwaukee Community Service Corps $100,000 To provide work experience to 160 disadvantaged youth and improve the appearance of housing, yards, and public spaces in Lindsay Heights, Clarke Square and other Milwaukee neighborhoods
Residential Living Services $15,000 To support a study trip to New York by Lindsay Heights educators, child development providers, and community leaders to learn about three program models, including the Harlem Children's Zone
Select Milwaukee $20,000 To support its 2009 Annual Campaign
Social Development Foundation $200,000 To support the use of federal stimulus funding for economic development in Lindsay Heights and Clarke Square
United Community Center $500,000 To deliver substance abuse treatment and other social services to residents of Clarke Square and other Milwaukee neighborhoods
United Performing Arts Fund $20,000 To support the performing arts in Milwaukee

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