Girls in front of a Milwaukee elementary school


2011 Recipients

88Nine Radio Milwaukee $35,000 To support radio and internet programs about Milwaukee neighborhoods
Aspen Institute $40,000 To help fund the Roundtable’s new project, the Action Learning Network on Core Challenges in Community Change
COA Youth & Family Centers $90,000 To increase parent involvement in children’s academic achievement through the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters and Having Involved Parents programs
Community Advocates $375,000 To match, dollar-for-dollar, contributions made to 2011 capital campaign by new donors
Donors Forum of Wisconsin $1,600 To fund assessments of community organizations that provide job training and placement services
LISC Milwaukee $2,500 To help fund an evaluation of the community development system in Milwaukee
LISC Milwaukee $10,000 To cover participation of up to 30 community leaders' at Policy Link's Equity Summit
Milwaukee Community Service Corps $100,000 To renew support of job training and educational services for 150 disadvantaged young people
Neu-Life Community Development $7,500 To support Neu-Life's service to children and youth
Planning Council for Health and Human Services $2,500 To help strengthen efforts to eliminate racial disparities in infant mortality in Milwaukee
United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee (Neighborhood News Service) $65,000 To renew support for the Neighborhood News Service
United Performing Arts Fund $18,116 To support the performing arts in Milwaukee
Wisconsin Voices $40,000 To educate citizens about Wisconsin’s new voter photo identification law
Wisconsin World Affairs Council $440 To support student participation in the 2011 Summer Seminar

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