Nonprofit/Philanthropy

Local Initiatives Support Corporation's Milwaukee chapter and Safe & Sound, Inc. are taking the lead on an awards program that has been honoring crime prevention measures in Milwaukee for the past 65 years.
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Social capital is an elusive concept. Many corporate leaders feel part of their work must include “giving back to the community.” While running a business, sitting on a corporate board or leading a division turns the focus on profit, leaders find involvement in the nonprofit sector offers a richer fulfillment that comes from helping others.
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Following its latest grant and investment cycle, The Helen Bader Foundation has passed the $250 million giving mark, the Milwaukee-based foundation announced on Tuesday.
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BizTimes Media announces the recipients of its 2014 Health Care Heroes Awards.
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Brookfield-based Community Care Inc.’s board of directors approved on Tuesday the expansion of the nonprofit organization’s Family Care program into Fond du Lac, Manitowoc and Winnebago counties.
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Pathways to College, Inc. has changed its name to Pathways Milwaukee.
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Variety - The Children's Charity of Wisconsin recently held a special luncheon to shed light on its mission and programs and celebrate its community impact. The nonprofit organization works to improve the lives of children with physical disabilities. The luncheon, which also served as a fundraiser for the organization, was hosted by the Pfister Hotel.
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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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Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. recognized area nonprofit organizations and firm staff members who serve them during a special board appreciation event held Nov. 12 at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The reception, which supported the firm's spirit of philanthropy, also gave nonprofits and nonprofit board members an opportunity to network. More than 200 representatives from southeastern Wisconsin's nonprofit and for-profit communities attended the event.
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