Nonprofit/Philanthropy

Lake Valley Camp, a summer camp that works with Milwaukee youth from underserved communities, has named Dan Schiller executive director.
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Fondy Food Center, a nonprofit that aims to increase access to fresh, local food in Milwaukee neighborhoods, will host its first pop-up farmers market at Schlitz Park.
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As Make-A-Difference Wisconsin continues to expand its financial literacy programming across southeastern Wisconsin, the nonprofit is seeking volunteer coaches to mentor students in small groups and one on one.
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After watching her brother face the daily struggles of cystic fibrosis (CF) his entire life, Lisa Hedrick hopes that one day, with her help, CF will instead stand for “cure found.”
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The Donors Forum of Wisconsin has a new name – Wisconsin Philanthropy Network.
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Milwaukee composer Penny Corris aims to raise as much money as possible for Fisher House Wisconsin as she debuts a set of original songs at a June 13 concert on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s campus.
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee and Milwaukee Public Schools this fall will partner on a new scholars program that will act as an academic support program.
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Milwaukee nonprofit organization Repairers of the Breach, which provides daytime shelter for the city’s homeless, is requesting donations for its annual Memorial Day Picnic Lunch.
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United Way of Washington County has named Tom and Pat Strachota chairs of its 2015 fundraising campaign.
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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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