Nonprofit/Philanthropy

SHARP Literacy, Inc., a Milwaukee nonprofit that uses interaction and the visual arts to help children learn and love to read, will expand its programming through a collection of new community partnerships.
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City Year Milwaukee has bolstered its board of directors with three new members.
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After 27 years of shaping, building and evolving PAVE Milwaukee, founding chief executive officer Dan McKinley will leave the organization at the end of June.
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United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County on Wednesday announced four co-chairs for its 2015-16 Community Campaign.
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Local businesswoman Nanette Gardetto announced she will donate $1 million to the Aurora Health Care Foundation to pilot an innovative integrative medicine program that aims to help people better manage and prevent chronic health issues.
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Gov. Scott Walker recently announced that the Milwaukee County Zoo was selected to participate in the Project SEARCH program during the 2015-16 academic year. Project SEARCH is a program that helps young adults with disabilities gain employment training and skills to enter the workforce by combining classroom instruction with total immersion in a large business.
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Waukesha-based The Caring Place has welcomed four new members to its board of directors. They are Diane Dowling of Moreland OB-GYN Associates; Mike Hanley of Couri Insurance; Patrick Carroll of Cramer, Multhauf and Hammes Law firm; and Nadine Krueger, a retired educator from the Waukesha School District.
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The theme of the 2015 Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Wellness Summit presented by BizTimes Media will be “The Competitive Advantage of a Mentally Healthy Workplace.”
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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 Wednesday announced four co-chairs for its 2015-16 Community Campaign.
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