Lindsay Heights kids program

Grants




2017 Recipients

Artists Working in Education, Inc. $115,000 To support arts education programs for youth in ZNI and other Milwaukee neighborhoods
Betty Brinn Children's Museum $50,000 To support programs for low-income parents and children from ZNI and other underserved neighborhoods
Ceeds of Peace $246,000 To support a peace-building program in Hawaii
City of Milwaukee - Office of the Mayor $50,000 To support Earn & Learn, Milwaukee's summer youth employment program
Columbia St. Mary's Foundation $25,000 To support free dental care for youth attending schools in Lindsay Heights and other neighborhoods
Data You Can Use $200,000 To provide data technical assistance, training, and education to grantees and their partners working in ZNI and other neighborhoods
Discovery World $300,000 To provide science, technology, engineering, and math programming to families and children living in or attending schools in ZNI neighborhoods
EPIC Center Community Organization $40,000 To support afterschool and summer programs for youth in the Layton Boulevard West and Clarke Square neighborhoods
Fellowship Open $10,000 In honor of John Daniels, Jr.
Fondy Food Center $40,000 To create the Fondy Park in Lindsay Heights
Greater Milwaukee Foundation (DYCU) $10,000 To support Milwaukee's participation in the Turning the Corner research project
Historic Milwaukee $10,000 To support the 2017 Doors Open Milwaukee program in ZNI and other neighborhoods
Housing Resources, Inc. $150,000 To provide housing counseling, financial resources, and foreclosure prevention services in ZNI neighborhoods
International Association for Human Values $10,000 To conduct Prison S.M.A.R.T. courses with inmates at the Milwaukee County House of Corrections
Kualoa-He'eia Ecumenical Youth (KEY) Project $150,000 To support community service programs and operations
LISC Milwaukee $200,000 To support public safety, economic development, and family wealth building programs, and the delivery of technical assistance to community development organizations in ZNI and other neighborhoods
Marquette University $125,000 To match Marquette University's contribution to the Neighborhood News Service
Milwaukee Community Business Collaborative $100,000 To support business development, job readiness, and employment programs in ZNI and other low-income neighborhoods
Penfield Children's Center $250,000 To support school- and home-based mental health treatment for low-income children with significant behavior problems
Playworks Wisconsin $8,500 To match Rotary and United Way support for Playworks in Lindsay Heights schools
RiverEdge Nature Center $10,000 To support general operations
Safe & Sound $5,000 To support printing and distribution of Safe & Sound's evaluation
Safe & Sound $250,000 To implement a safety and engagement strategy to create safe and healthy communities in the Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West neighborhoods
Smithsonian Institute $25,000 To support a biodiversity assessment at Coconut Island on Oahu in Kaneohe Bay
Surfrider Spirit Sessions $10,000 For general operations
Teach for America - Milwaukee $25,000 To support recruitment and training of local educators to teach in ZNI and other underserved neighborhood schools
United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee (UNCOM) $5,100 To support Tony Shield's involvement in Leadership Advanced
Victory Garden Initiative $10,000 To support Victory Garden BLITZ activities in Zilber Neighborhood Initiative neighborhoods
Wisconsin Voices $10,000 To support nonpartisan voter education and engagement activities
Wisconsin Voices $100,000 To continue to support nonpartisan voter engagement activities
Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC) $87,500 To provide outreach and business development services to existing and aspiring entrepreneurs in ZNI neighborhoods

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