Nonprofit/Philanthropy

Although United Way in Waukesha County fell short of its $4.75 million campaign goal last year, the organization is on the rebound with a $4.4 million goal for its 2014 campaign, according to an announcement made Wednesday.
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After a two-week social media battle among Future 50 winning companies, Milwaukee-based Quest CE captured the most votes and earned the title of the “Most Social Company.”
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Milwaukee-based Palermo's Pizza will be donating more than 50,000 pizzas to food banks across the country, including one in Milwaukee, during the company's 50,000 Pizza Giveaway for Our 50th Anniversary campaign. In partnership with key grocery retailers, the national frozen pizza manufacturer will tour the country, marking each donation with an event at local grocery stores across the Midwest and southern regions of the U.S., as well as at the Fort Bragg military base.
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BizTimes Media is wrapping up the final week of the nomination process for the inaugural BizTimes Media Nonprofit Excellence Awards.
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While Thoy Schuelke has owned and managed the Asian International Market at 3401 W. National Ave. for eight years, many of the people she meets in Milwaukee don’t know where her grocery store is located.
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Marquette University and Milwaukee-based Brady Corporation together are working to spur social change and community development through the 2014 Good Money Challenge.
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Representatives from the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, the Ronald McDonald House and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, along with patients and their families, gathered on Tuesday to celebrate the opening of the new Watertown Plank Road pedestrian sky bridge in Wauwatosa.
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Ebenezer Child Centers, a Milwaukee-based nonprofit agency that provides early childhood programming and care, has announced its 2014 board of directors.
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The Wisconsin Humane Society plans to open a spay/neuter clinic in Milwaukee in June 2015.
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A vacant 13.5-acre at 140 E. Rawson Ave. in Oak Creek, where Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin once planned to build a 140,000-square-foot facility, is now listed for sale.
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